The first floor of the Shipping Museum is the Chinese Shipping History Museum. Apart from the well-known maritime trade in Tang and Song Dynasties, the sea silk and porcelain road and Zheng He's voyage to the Western Ocean, it tells the story of the historical changes of Wusong River and Huangpu River, as well as the development of Shanghai's Shachuan City. The exhibits on display not only include pictures and text, but also collect a large number of objects and models. Especially many large ship models, exquisite workmanship, a comprehensive restoration of the historical outlook, impressive. Personally, as a cultural and cultural exposition unit, if only pictures and words are displayed, it seems to be propaganda, which is too monotonous and not enough weight. Like the display of the site of the First Congress of the Communist Party of China, there are weaknesses in this respect.
In front of me, this building belongs to the ship department when I was studying in Jiaotong University. At that time, there was the information room of the ship Department on the second floor. There was a friend who worked there. One person worked very clean. I had to climb the stairs to sit almost every day. For more than 20 years, when I passed in October last year, I still wondered what kind of organization was working in it. The staircase of the reference room on the second floor had been blocked by chains. Until the end of January this year, on the way from the old library to Qian Xuesen's library, I took a look at the crack in the door of this building, which turned out to be Dong Haoyun Shipping Museum. I knew there was such a museum, but I didn't expect it to be in this building.
On the second floor of the Shipping Museum, Dong Haoyun's life story is introduced in detail. Dong Haoyun, the father of Tung Chee-hwa, the first Chief Executive of Hong Kong, was an earlier generation of ship king than Bao Yugang. He fought for many years to break out of his own world in the world shipping industry. Here with a large number of objects, including rudder, bell, king's desk and so on, a full display of Mr. Dong Haoyun's struggle life, many exquisite ship models reproduce the king's huge fleet. A person in the quiet inside of the viewing, thoughts, emotions. A good museum like this. Next time you're going to take a kid to see it.
Dong Haoyun Shipping Museum is located in the new courtyard of Jiaotong University. The second floor of the building is a Western-style building with a patio inside. It is an early student dormitory in the school. It has a history of more than 90 years. It is full of vicissitudes of history. It is good, the environment is elegant, and the transportation is convenient. It is worth seeing.
It is an excellent place to know the history of ancient Chinese shipping and Dong Haoyun's life.
In fact, it is near Qian Xuesen's library. If you come to visit Qian Lao's Library in the afternoon, turn right after you leave the library and walk for a while. There is a big anchor beside the museum. It's easy to recognize. The Museum has two floors. The second floor mainly introduces Dong's life. On the first floor, the history of Chinese shipping is introduced. The emphasis of appreciation is on many beautiful models.
Located in Xuhui Campus of Shanghai Jiaotong University, there are abundant exhibits in an old two-storey building. On the first floor, China's navigation history is introduced. On the second floor, Dong Haoyun's life and achievements are presented in detail. There are historical objects, historical materials and many related ship models. After visiting, you can knock a commemorative stamp at the entrance.
This is a museum introducing the history of China's shipping development. It is located in Xuhui Campus of Jiaotong University. The museum is divided into two layers, one is the introduction of shipping history and the other is the introduction of Dong Haoyun's life story. There are many precious pictures, cultural relics, and ship models in the museum, which can not be missed by sailing enthusiasts.
The museum is very close to Qian Xuesen's library. It is located on the east side of Huashan Road. The antique atmosphere of the building does not seem very conspicuous. The atrium in the middle can also receive natural lighting. The upper level is introduced by personal life, while the lower level has many models of various ancient boats, which are quite interesting.