1. How do I access the English website of "China Poly Group Corporation" when accessing the Chinese website of "China Poly Corporation"?
Click "ENGLISH" at the top right of the Chinese website homepage, or type http://rock401.com/en/ in the address bar to access the English website of "China Poly Group Company".
2. How to convert the content of China Poly Group's website into Chinese Traditional?
Click "Traditional Chinese" on the top right of the Chinese website homepage, the content of the Chinese website will automatically change to Traditional Chinese, and you can switch between Simplified and Traditional at will.
3. How to know the latest information of China Poly Group Corporation?
In the "Leadership Trends" and "Group News" columns at the top of the homepage, you can learn the latest information of China Poly Group Corporation. You can also directly enter the "News" section for more detailed 比特棋牌4.3.0 information
4. How to know the latest information of the subsidiaries of China Poly Group Corporation?
In the "Subsidiary Enterprise Dynamics" column in the middle of the homepage of the website, you can learn some of the latest information about the subsidiaries of China Poly Group Corporation. If you need more detailed information, it is recommended that you go to the corresponding subsidiary's website to browse and query related information through the "Poly Subsidiary" drop-down menu navigation bar at the bottom of the homepage.
5. How do I know what other media reports about China Poly Group Corporation?
Click "Media Report" at the bottom right of the homepage of the website to learn about other media's reports on China Poly Group Corporation.
6. How to check the social responsibility information of China Poly Group Corporation?
Click "Social Responsibility Report" at the bottom right of the homepage of the website, or enter the "Social Responsibility" column from the upper navigation bar of the homepage, and you can learn about China Poly Group's performance of social responsibility.
7. How to check the electronic publications of China Poly Group Corporation?
In the "Electronic Publication" at the bottom left of the homepage of the website, click on the relevant pictures to view the "Poly Real Estate", "Poly People" magazine and "Poly Newsletter" (auction information).
8. How to know the recruitment information of China Poly Group Corporation?
Click "Job Seeker" on the top left side of the homepage of the website, or enter the "Human Resources" column from the upper navigation bar of the homepage, you can learn about the recruitment information of China Poly Group Corporation.
9. How to know the latest real estate information?
In the "Newest Real Estate" scrolling display bar at the bottom of the website homepage, click on the real estate project you are interested in, and you will be automatically taken to the special site of the rib project for you to check the detailed information of the real estate in detail.
10. How to know the latest performance information of Poly Theater? How do I book a ticket?
On the right side of the homepage, click the "New Performances" section of the Beijing Poly Theater performance schedule (by month), you can understand all the performance information of the Poly Theater in the month, you can also directly click the "Poly Theater online ticketing system" on the right side of the column "Buy tickets for various shows directly online.
11. How to know the latest auction information? How to query auction results
Click "Auction Preview" on the right side of the homepage to get the latest auction information, and click "Auction Results" on the right to query the results of past auctions.
12. How to know the latest movie schedule of Poly Theater? How to order movie tickets online?
On the right side of the homepage, click on the names of the listed cinemas under the "Poly Movies" column, and you can check the movie schedule information for that theater. Of course, you can also click "Poly Cinema Online Ticketing System" on the right side of the column to directly network Order movie tickets.
13. Can you introduce the famous beast head national treasure of the Yuanmingyuan?
These four Yuanmingyuan National Treasures were originally water conservatory bell components in front of the Haiyan Hall in the garden. They were cast during the Qing Emperor Qianlong of the mid 18th century, and were lost overseas due to the looting of British and French forces in 1860. In the spring of 2000, China Poly Group rescued and protected the bronze statues of the monkey head, ox head and tiger head of the Yuanmingyuan in Hong Kong. In September 2003, Dr. He Hongkun, a member of the Standing Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and a well-known Hong Kong and Macau businessman, donated the bronze statue of the pig head of Yuanmingyuan to Poly Art Museum.
The large fountain pool outside the main entrance of Haiyan Church is shaped like a figure eight on both sides of the fountain. The figures are staggered according to the zodiac signs. The bronze statues of these animals alternately sprayed an hour (two hours today) of water column. At noon, which is 12 o'clock, the twelve animals' bronze statues sprayed water columns together, and the scene was extremely spectacular. Therefore, as long as you see which zodiac head sprays water column, you can know the time at that time.
These four pieces of Yuanmingyuan National Treasures during the Qianlong period were exquisitely crafted and designed by Italian missionary Lang Shining. The craftsmen of the palace manufacturing office carefully crafted the best alloy copper at the time. They contained many precious metals, deep colors and fine casters. Shows a high level of craftsmanship; because the designers are Western missionaries, their shapes have many Western art features. For example, the bronze statue of a bull head has a distinctive Spanish bullfighting style, with the corners bent forward. The bronze statue of a tiger head is very different from the traditional Chinese tiger shape. If it is not the "king" on the forehead, many people will mistake it for a lion. image of. It turns out that in the eyes of westerners, the lion is the king of beasts; the bronze statue of the monkey head is a "beautiful monkey king" image, which has a much stronger Chinese flavor; the bronze statue of the pig head is quite different from the traditional Chinese pig shape. Long nosed noses, fangs protruding, resembling the image of a wild boar, but the large ears of a fan-like applique, and strong traditional Chinese aesthetic taste, blend the artistic characteristics of eastern and western styles.
14. I have heard of the "rescue" story of the Beast Chief National Treasure in Yuanmingyuan. Want to know the specific situation?
The Yuanmingyuan was burned in the hands of the British and French invaders, and countless precious cultural relics have since flowed to other parts of the world, becoming a permanent grief in the hearts of the Chinese. For more than a century since the Yuanmingyuan cultural relics were looted, the Chinese have been very concerned about the whereabouts of the national treasure, and look forward to their return to the embrace of the motherland one day.
In April 2000, 比特棋牌4.3.0 suddenly came from Hong Kong: Christie's auction house will hold the "Spring Yuanmingyuan Palace Art Special Auction" in Hong Kong on April 30, to publicly auction the Yuanmingyuan relics such as the Emperor Qianlong's monkey statue and the bull's statue. . The Sotheby's auction house will also be auctioning the bronze statue of the Emperor Qianlong Tiger, formerly known as Yuanmingyuan, in Hong Kong on May 2. These three bronze statues were the components of the hydraulic clock in front of the Haiyan Hall of the Yuanmingyuan, and they are the unquestionable remains of the Yuanmingyuan. Once the 比特棋牌4.3.0 came out, it caused an uproar immediately, and all circles at home and abroad were paying close attention to where the national treasure would go.
Christie's and Sotheby's, the national treasures of the Yuanmingyuan, are two of the world's most famous auction houses with a history of more than 200 years. They mainly sell antiques, art and jewelry from around the world. In the 1970s and 1980s, with the revival of the Asian economy, two auction houses began to set up branches in Hong Kong to specifically auction Chinese art.
After learning that the National Treasures of the Yuanmingyuan National Park was going to be auctioned, the State Administration of Cultural Heritage immediately sent a formal letter to the two auction houses on April 20, asking them to wisely stop the public auction of these precious Chinese cultural relics illegally plundered in Hong Kong. The State Administration of Cultural Heritage also held a special press conference, at which officials stated clearly that these cultural relics were legally "relics plundered during the war." UNESCO introduced a principle of modern international law in 1995: any relics lost or lost due to war should be returned without any time limit. The "no time limit" mentioned here means that, no matter when the war takes place, the second is that a return request can be made at any time. This principle has been generally endorsed by the international community. It is the consensus of the international community to fully respect the principles of modern international law. In addition, when the Chinese government signed the International Convention for the Reunification of Cultural Relics in 1996, it solemnly declared that China reserves the right to recourse to historically illegally plundered cultural relics. Officials issued a serious warning: "If the auction house continues to go its own way, it will pay for unwise choices."
Chinese people at home and abroad have also been provoked by the auction activities set up by the two auction houses. People protested at the two auction houses for auctioning the war stolen goods and demanded that they respect the national feelings of the Chinese people. The response from Hong Kong people was the strongest. Public opinion generally believes that these cultural relics have witnessed a history of humiliation in China. The behavior of the auction house has damaged the dignity of the Chinese people. They expressed their indignation at the auction house's insistence on auctioning national treasures, and also held large-scale protests and asked the SAR government to make decisive decisions. Decided to recover the relevant cultural relics through judicial procedures. Mr. Zheng Yaotang, a representative of the National People's Congress and the chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions, said that everyone knew that these national treasures were looted when the British and French coalition invaded China. This is a kind of theft. Now it is reasonable for China to demand that these national treasures be recovered. A group of teachers, including the director of the Federation of Hong Kong Education Workers and the member of the Hong Kong Teachers' Centre Li Siyuan, stated in the statement: In the middle of the 19th century, the British and French forces entered Beijing and destroyed the Yuanmingyuan. On auction. This activity is an insult to Chinese children. The national treasure belongs to the 1.3 billion Chinese people, including 7 million Hong Kong citizens.
However, the international conventions on the return of plundered cultural relics during the war will not allow old colonial countries such as Britain and France to participate-how can the stolen goods in hand be re-spit out? At the same time, after more than 100 years of wind and rain, how many times have these Yuanmingyuan cultural relics been transferred? Hong Kong implements "one country, two systems", and laws on the protection of cultural relics in mainland China do not apply to Hong Kong. As Tan Yaozong, a member of the Executive Council of Hong Kong, said: According to the current law, the SAR Government has limited measures to prohibit auction houses from auctioning these national treasures.
Because of this, the two auction companies turned a blind eye to the statement of the Chinese government and the voices of Chinese people at home and abroad. Until the preview of the auction, Sotheby's still did not withdraw from the auction, and still put up the bronze statue of the tiger in accordance with the original plan. However, at Christie's auction preview, bronze statues of monkey heads and bull heads have not been shown. Many kind Chinese think that Christie's will take down the auction-because it is customary not to show up in the auction preview, and it is necessary to withdraw the auction. However, by the time of the April 30th auction, people found themselves being fooled-Christie's still had to auction the bronze statues of bulls and monkeys. The situation is very urgent and the war is about to begin
At 4:30 pm on April 30, 2000, a Christie's Spring 2000 auction entitled "Special Auction of Qing Dynasty Court Art" began at the Hong Kong Admiralty Hotel. The bronze statue of the monkey head and the bronze statue of the bull head are about to separate. Debut.
At that moment, there was a sudden noise in the venue. Someone raised a tweeter and protested loudly. Demonstrators clashed with the security of the venue. A large number of protesting Hong Kong citizens also gathered outside the venue, and some people slammed the door with their heads from the outside, shouting slogans such as "Stop auctioning thieves and return the national treasure immediately". The auctioneer was forced to temporarily suspend the auction and paused for half an hour.
At 5:10, the auction resumed. The bronze statue of the monkey head first appeared, but only a slideshow appeared. The auctioneer announced a starting price: HK $ 2 million, with each bid increasing by HK $ 200,000. Initially, the auction was very enthusiastic, and sometimes even the auctioneer had to report the full price in the future, and the bidders in the audience had already raised the number plate high. At HK $ 4 million, many buyers resigned. Only a middle-aged man with a flat head and a mandarin speaking and a woman in a gray suit were participating in the auction. This woman represented a woman who bid on the phone. Mysterious character-Mysterious person remotely bids for a woman in a gray suit by phone. You and I come and go without giving up. The middle-aged man quickly paid the price, and at the 25th time the price rose to 7.4 million Hong Kong dollars, the mysterious character exited. It all took just two minutes!
The subsequent auction of the bronze statue of the bull head started from 2 million Hong Kong dollars, but due to the experience of the auction of the bronze statue of the monkey head, many people on the scene were just watching, and only middle-aged men and mysterious characters on the phone were seen on the field. Contest ". You and I are faster than you. In just one minute, the two sides bid 21 times. The middle-aged man finally won, and he overwhelmed the mysterious figure for 7 million Hong Kong dollars.
After the auction, the middle-aged man was besieged by reporters outside the door. He only said two words: "The two national treasures belong to the Chinese people! They will return to Beijing!"
The middle-aged man who won a bronze statue of a cow head and a monkey head at a Christie's auction failed to announce his identity at the outset, which attracted much discussion. In fact, his name is Yi Suhao, and he is a consultant to the Poly Art Museum.
Poly Art Museum is a museum owned by China Poly Group Corporation, a large state-owned enterprise group in China. It was established in December 1998 with the approval of the State and Beijing Municipal Cultural Relics Administration. It is the first art museum in China to be run by a state-owned enterprise. The excellent traditional culture and art of the Chinese nation, the purpose of rescuing and protecting precious Chinese cultural relics scattered overseas, and promoting the construction of corporate culture. For more than three years, the Poly Art Museum has rescued and protected a large number of Chinese national treasures from overseas. More than a hundred bronze wares have been collected, and there are even a number of domestic and overseas gods such as the Western Zhou Dynasty gods face mask, Wang Zuo Zuo Shouding, and Rong Sheng bell Unique and exclusive products. For the spring auctions of Christie's and Sotheby's, the Poly Art Museum, whose mission is to rescue and protect the Chinese national treasures that have been scattered overseas, will not be missed.
On April 28, representatives of Yi Suhao and other Poly Art Museum flew to Hong Kong to prepare for the auction of the two companies. However, the target was not four pieces of Yuanmingyuan National Treasures, but several masterpieces of calligraphy and painting flowing from the Qing Dynasty in the early years. It is not that the Poly people do not care about the National Treasure of the Yuanmingyuan, but that the statement of the National Cultural Relics Bureau and the strong protest from people from all walks of life will make the two auction companies eventually withdraw the national treasure. At the same time, the collection of the Poly Art Museum is mainly concentrated on ancient Chinese bronzes, stone carvings, paintings, etc On the other hand, it does not involve handicrafts such as porcelain, so there is not much preparation in advance.
However, in the afternoon of the 30th, when Yi Suhao and others entered the auction venue, they were astounded to learn that the national treasure was still being auctioned, and witnessed the scene of protests from Hong Kong citizens, which deeply impressed the patriotic enthusiasm of Hong Kong citizens. They immediately called to report the situation to the head of China Poly Group Corporation, which was on a working visit to Europe. The leaders of Poly Group immediately conducted research with relevant experts and believed that the national treasure was already out of control. If they did not take decisive measures, they would again suffer the doom lost 140 years ago. Later events also confirmed this. The final bid for the bronze statue of the tiger with Poly was said to be a large American collector. Christie's and Sotheby's auction of the National Park's National Treasure in Hong Kong is a major damage to the national and national interests. It not only involves the centuries-old national complex of the Chinese people, but also concerns the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. As a state-owned enterprise, it is right to think what the country thinks, and what the country needs. After asking the relevant authorities, the leaders of Poly Group immediately instructed the representatives of Poly Art Museum in Hong Kong to try their best to rescue the national treasure. It took half an hour for Poly to make the decision to rescue the national treasure, that is, half an hour obtained by Hong Kong citizens in protest!
Immediately after receiving the instructions, Yi Suhao hurriedly walked to the venue-the bronze statue of the monkey head was about to be auctioned off. After entering the venue, he quietly told several domestic buyers in the venue that he would bid for two national treasures on behalf of Poly. Please help him look after him. Everyone in this room paused, then flushed cheeks with excitement.
After winning the first battle to rescue the monkey head and bull head bronze statue, the leaders of Poly Group and Yi Suhao, who were in front of them, began to plan how to successfully bid for tiger head bronze at the Sotheby's auction on May 2. Like to come.
In the past few days, some entrepreneurs and collectors from China gathered together to form a strong lineup. Everyone felt that they represented not only individuals but also a cause of justice and the power of justice. Everyone is united to support Poly and Yi Suhao. Yi Suhao They did not sleep for three days and three nights. They discussed the countermeasures together and invited many experts to study and plan. Some said that they could find a Hong Kong friend to bid. Some say that you can find a foreigner to bid. However, many people from Laos at the time in Hong Kong said that if Yi Suhao (Poly) didn't buy it, they would buy it, no matter how much it was, they would not let foreigners buy it. Yi Suhao estimates that if so many people come to bid, the situation may be very chaotic and tacit understanding will not be formed. If Poly can't afford it, it will be impossible to estimate whether others will buy it back to the motherland. After several studies, everyone decided that it is better to attack head-on; if they attack head-on, many friends will let them.
In an instant, on May 2, Sotheby's auctioned the bronze statue of the tiger at the Shangri-La Hotel, Admiralty, Hong Kong as scheduled. The auction was a bit nervous from the start, and the lobby, which can accommodate more than 300 people, was crowded and lively. After three days of experience, the protesters were blocked, security in the hall increased, and even a policeman in uniform appeared. Although precautions were strengthened, shortly after the auction began, a Hong Kong youth suddenly flashed out in the back row, shouting in Cantonese: "The auction is shameful! Stop the auction immediately and return the national treasure to China." Youths were taken away from the scene.
At 3:45, another exciting moment came—the bronze statue of the tiger's head was invited to the auction floor. Starting at 3.2 million Hong Kong dollars, it was still very lively at first. Yi Suhao initially watched from the side. When he reached 5 million Hong Kong dollars, he started to participate in the bidding. Each price was urgent and fast. It seemed to force his opponent to give up. When the price rose to 8 million Hong Kong dollars, only Mr. Yi and the mysterious telephone commissioned bidder remained on the scene. When the mysterious character reported HK $ 9.2 million, Mr. Yi suddenly reported HK $ 10 million. The other party hesitated for a while and reported $ 10.5 million. Then you and I fought for each other, accumulating every 500,000 Hong Kong dollars, and the other side shook their heads and gave up until Mr. Yi bid 14 million Hong Kong dollars. As the hammer of the auctioneer sounded, thunderous applause broke out again.
It was the short four or five minutes when the bronze statue of the tiger was auctioned. Beijing, the interior of the curator of Poly Art Museum, Chen Hongsheng, executive deputy general manager and deputy curator of Poly Art Museum, and deputy curator Ma Baoping held the phone. Liaise constantly with representatives in Hong Kong to direct the auction. At that moment, the air in the office seemed to freeze all of a sudden, and the battle-hardened business elites became tense. It was only when they reconfirmed that the auction was successful that everyone breathed a sigh of relief and the atmosphere at the scene became much easier. .
15. What happened to the Poly Museum?
Poly Art Museum was established in December 1998 with the approval of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage and the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Cultural Relics. It was opened in December 1999 and is the first museum in mainland China to be run by a large state-owned enterprise. The museum aims to promote the national traditional culture and art, and actively rescue and protect precious Chinese cultural relics scattered overseas. The collection display consists of two major parts, bronze and stone sculptures. Most of the exhibits were rescued by the group from overseas. A considerable part of the exhibits are fine, unique or orphan products, and have high historical and artistic value. Among them, more than 100 pieces of bronze products (groups) exhibited in the "Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Bronze Art Treasures" show the development history and unique charm of ancient Chinese bronze civilization; Display stone statues from the 5th to 8th centuries AD to outline the style of Chinese Buddhist art at its peak. At present, the Poly Art Museum has been hailed as "one of the most modern museums in mainland China" by the museum circles at home and abroad, and "has entered the ranks of famous museums in China".
In May 2000, the Poly Group rescued three Yuanmingyuan National Treasures-Bull Head, Monkey Head, and Tiger Head bronze statues plundered by the powers more than 100 years ago. . After the return of the three national treasures to the motherland, the group company has organized tour exhibitions in more than a dozen large cities such as Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Taiwan. People from all walks of life and the masses have visited the exhibition for more than 4 million people. A huge reputation.
The Poly Art Museum Advisory Committee is composed of more than 40 well-known experts and scholars, including Qi Gong, Xu Bangda, Su Bai, Ma Chengyuan, Li Xueqin, Wang Shixiang, Zhu Jia (Jin Jin), Shi Shuqing, Jin Weinuo, Geng Baochang, Sun Ji, Yang Hong, Li Boqian, Tang Chi, etc., Professor Yu Weichao, former curator of museums in China and vice chairman of Chinese Archaeological Society, served as honorary curator of Poly Art Museum. It can be said that the Poly Art Museum Advisory Board includes almost all the top scholars in the field of bronze and stone carvings, calligraphy and painting identification and research in mainland China. The Poly Art Museum's solicitation and other aspects of work depend on the support and guidance of consultants. The book "Poly Collection Gold", which reflects the essence of the bronzes in the collection, was written by more than 20 experts and scholars. It is expected that the Atlas of Poly Collection Stone, which was formally published in October this year, will also be compiled by a group of well-known scholars from mainland China.
Poly Art Museum's collection of cultural relics strives to be rigorous and precise. In practice, a set of cultural relics collection methods have been formed. Taking the collection of cultural relics from overseas as an example, because Poly Group has a high reputation and credit at home and abroad, in the case of non-payment, the cultural relics can be brought back to Beijing first, and then more than three well-known names in Beijing, Shanghai and other places can be invited. Scholars, individually and individually examine and appraise, provide opinions and issue appraisal certificates. After these experts have unanimously determined that the cultural relics are truly unquestionable and meet the museum's collection requirements, they should discuss the price with the owner and then pay; if the expert opinions are not unified or the negotiation fails, they will be returned as they are. This method of collection ensures that the museum's collections are both authentic and reliable, as well as high, precise and sharp.
Thanks to the joint efforts of China Poly Group Corporation and a large number of experts and scholars, the Poly Art Museum was completed in just one year and reached a high standard. Many experts praise her as one of the most modern museums in mainland China, and she has become one of the most famous museums in China.
The Poly Art Museum now has two thematic exhibition halls, including the "Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Bronze Art", which displays more than 150 pieces (groups) of bronze treasures from the early Shang Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty (16th century BC to 9th century BC), Shows the development history and unique charm of ancient Chinese bronze civilization. Among the three ox beasts in the Shang dynasty, the beast face statue, history statue, Gang Bozheng, and the Western Zhou god face, Wang Zuo Zuo Shouding, and Rongsheng chimes are rare. Rare and orphan. "Chinese Stone Carvings of Buddhist Statues and Fine Arts Exhibition", with more than 40 stone carvings from the Northern Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty (5th to 8th AD), outlines the style of Chinese Buddhist art at its peak. Among them, a group of Buddha statues carved in Qingzhou, Shandong, from the 6th century to the 7th century (Northern Dynasty), are well preserved and the craftsmanship is rare in the world.
The purpose is to promote the excellent traditional culture and art of the Chinese nation, rescue and protect precious Chinese cultural relics scattered overseas, and promote the construction of corporate culture. The Poly Art Museum currently has two thematic galleries. "Ancient Chinese Bronze Art Exhibition" displays more than 150 pieces (groups) of bronze wares from the early Shang Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty. "Ancient Chinese Stone Carving Buddha Statue Art Exhibition" displays more than 40 stone carving Buddha statues from the North Dynasty to the Tang Dynasty. Poly Art Museum is known as "one of the most modern museums in mainland China.
Ancient Chinese bronze civilization began in the Xia Dynasty, flourished in the Shang and Zhou Dynasties, and has been glorious for more than 10 centuries. Because it was used to reflect the strict identity of the class, it was widely used in the noble class to worship ancestors, banquet guests and other ritual exchanges. It was called a ritual vessel. All the talents and creations of our ancestors have been condensed into an excellent work of art. Although time has passed thousands of loads, many bronzes still have endless artistic appeal, which is astounding and fascinating. Since the establishment of the Poly Art Museum in 1998, it has prudently focused on the collection and display of ancient Chinese bronzes with historical and artistic value as a key task. Most of the bronzes in the collection are collected from overseas. From the Shang and Zhou Dynasties to the Double Tang Dynasty, they basically covered all aspects of bronze art at that time.