The second theme is "Liu Shui Shui - Literati's Small Fortune", which shows that wine adds a lot of interest to daily life and is an endless source of creative inspiration for literati and scholars. However, if the gathering of literati was only drinking and eating, it would be too monotonous and tedious, and a group of congenial literati went to the wine order and played the famous Qushuiliu in later generations. ! 13cd42b2- Photo Credit: provided by Lan Cang Artifacts on display In the history of Chinese literature that has lasted for thousands of years, the literati who is famous for good wine is none other than Li Bai, a poet in the Tang Dynasty.
You must be happy, don't let the banner design golden bottle face the moon.", "Drinking alone under the moon": "Raise a glass to invite the bright moon, and face the shadow into three people." And so on, modern people can still speak loudly. There was also a 20th century "Drunken Portrait of Li Bai" from the National Museum of History on display, allowing the audience not only to learn about the drinking utensils used in the past from the various wine utensils that have been continuously introduced in the past dynasties, but also through the wine lovers.
Li Bai's porcelain dolls recall the ease and comfort when poets drank poetry together or drank alone under the moon. Photo Credit: provided by Lan Cang Another exhibition relic that has attracted attention in this exhibition area should be the Tang Dynasty glass goblet next to the statue of Li Bai, which is also a cultural relic collected by the National Museum of History. The Tang Dynasty was a diverse and enlightened society. In addition to the Han people, there were also many foreign merchants who came to Chang'an to do business.