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Cultural relic from Qing Dynasty used as cutting board

新华网 2016-01-19 16:56

     

  Cultural relic from Qing Dynasty used as cutting board

  According to newssc.org, a villager in Dazhou, southwest China's Sichuan province used a plaque from Qing Dynasty as cutting board. Several local Wechat public accounts claimed that the plaque was a gift from Zhang Bilu, the provincial commander-in-chief of three provinces to Wanyuan villagers during Daoguang reign of the Qing Dynasty. The authenticity of the plaque still needs further verification. (Photo/newssc.org)

 

  According to newssc.org, a villager in Dazhou, southwest China's Sichuan province used aplaque from Qing Dynasty as cutting board. Several local Wechat public accounts claimedthat the plaque was a gift from Zhang Bilu, the provincial commander-in-chief of threeprovinces to Wanyuan villagers during Daoguang reign of the Qing Dynasty. Theauthenticity of the plaque still needs further verification. (Photo/newssc.org) 

 

  According to newssc.org, a villager in Dazhou, southwest China's Sichuan province used aplaque from Qing Dynasty as cutting board. Several local Wechat public accounts claimedthat the plaque was a gift from Zhang Bilu, the provincial commander-in-chief of threeprovinces to Wanyuan villagers during Daoguang reign of the Qing Dynasty. Theauthenticity of the plaque still needs further verification. (Photo/newssc.org) 

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