Kunmíng City Museum

Kunmíng City Museum ulasan, Kunming

08:00-17:00
Senin
08:00 - 17:00
Selasa
08:00 - 17:00
Rabu
08:00 - 17:00
Kamis
08:00 - 17:00
Jumat
08:00 - 17:00
Sabtu
08:00 - 17:00
Minggu
08:00 - 17:00

4.0
44 ulasan
Luar biasa
13
Sangat bagus
18
Biasa
10
Buruk
3
Sangat buruk
0

Indiajudd
Shanghai, Cina39 kontribusi
Mei 2022
Worth visiting - a whole lot of contemporary art which is quite good, good ceramic section but best is a sutra tower from Dali carved with figures and Lanza writing. i came 8 years ago when it was closed for construction - even today the second floor is...you guessed it..closed for construction. So the place is full of hammering, shouting and chemical smells. This museum surely has the worst gift shop ever - i think one t-shirt and a staff member sleeping

the garden is quite tranquil
Ditulis pada 19 Mei 2022
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Cher-xue
Kunming, Cina8 kontribusi
Okt 2019 • Sendiri
As you see, there are two museums in the Kunming. One is the Kunming city museum, the other is the Yunnan province museum. Compare the Yunnan museum, the city museum is small and poor. Today I visit the city museum, it exhibits the contemporary calligraphy and paints and the fans. It seems like exhibit the bronze ware and the Flying tigers.
But the interesting thing is in JingZhuang( building with Buddhism lection and joss). It was build in the Song dynasty. It was the Dali Nation culture. If you look careful about it, you can see a lot of things,such as the joss and buildings, and so on.
Near the museum, there is a flower marketing about 5 minutes walks. You can buy some fresh or dry flowers.
Ditulis pada 10 Oktober 2019
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Moodaeng T
Phetchabun, Thailand12 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Sendiri
I had planned to take only an hour here but ended up three hours.

I did enjoy temporal art exhibitions which included more than a hundred of beautiful paintings by Chinese artists. Wasn’t much interested in Flying Tigers Museum which was about wwII things. Fan paintings and porcelain halls were splendid. Dinosaur fossil exhibition would be kids’ favorite. Unfortunately, the exhibition of antique bronze ware closed today. Three hours well spent.

Make a visit if you have nothing to do. Free entry.
Ditulis pada 20 Oktober 2018
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MWG12
Leonia, NJ156 kontribusi
Apr 2018 • Pasangan
Interesting exhibit on the Flying Tigers and the Dali Stele. But not that much to see. Disappointing.
Ditulis pada 1 Juni 2018
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Sherrie and Chris
Peterborough, Australia125 kontribusi
Mar 2018 • Pasangan
Free to enter this is a good museum, albeit not a lot in it. Main displays are the WWII Flying Tigers exhibit, which is excellent, a beautiful ceramics display, painted fans display and a good dinosaur exhibit. Many signs etc in English. Very quiet and gift shop was closed when we went.
Ditulis pada 14 April 2018
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hweeying
Johor Bahru, Malaysia4.444 kontribusi
Mar 2018 • Keluarga
Near to our hotel. We came on Saturday and there was a opening ceremony for art paints exhibition. We spent 1 hour there.
Ditulis pada 31 Maret 2018
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George700East
San Marino, CA3.308 kontribusi
Mar 2018 • Pasangan
The Museum is in a two story building. There are local exhibit from the Providence of Yunnan and the City of Kunming. The Flying Tigers exhibits is extensive with many pictures of the area, the war, the people in the war. The damage from the war and extensive maps of the war zone.
Ditulis pada 29 Maret 2018
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Larry Chambers
Phnom Penh, Kamboja62 kontribusi
Feb 2018 • Keluarga
Very few American know the sacrifices that was made by Claire Chennault and his Flying Tigers group. General Chennault went to China in 1938 to help China fight the Japanese. Chennault was sent to Kunming, in western China to set up the Chinese Air Force and teach Chennault fighting techniques.
In May 1942, the only connection to the outside world was the Burma Road was cut off by Japanese. From May to Sept 1945 Hump flight transports flew 1.5 million hours and transported 725,000 tons of supplies. The Hump Flight Route extended 800 kilometers, passing through the Himalayas and Hengduan mountain range on the way to the south section of the Himalayan Mountains, there are towering peaks, deep valleys harsh and changeable climate. Plus ever present Japanese warplanes.

the ‘Flying Tigers,’ they would be the first American fliers to go up against Japan’s air force, which had previously ruled the skies over Thailand and Vietnam. These American volunteer pilots understood the risks and the consequences of being shot down or captured by the Japanese. Being captured meant being sent to one of the Japanese prison camps where prisoners were regularly beaten, starved, clubbed, shot, beheaded, or worked to death. The Japanese held the capture of U.S. pilots as one of their highest priorities.

After Pearl Harbor, Vietnam became the object of an intensive American air bombing campaign. The bombing of strategic Japanese targets in northern Vietnam started in 1942, first by the American Volunteer Group (AVG) the Flying Tigers, then by the China Air Task Force (CATF) of the Tenth Air Force, and later by the Fourteenth Air Force.

Four hundred and fourteen U.S. flyers died flying over Vietnam during World War II.

Statistically, within three years and 3 months Hump transportation China and US army had lost 609 planes in total. U.S. army had 456 planes crashing 107 lost which made a total 563 planes while the CNAC lost 46 planes. All together 1,500 pilots of both countries lost their lives flying the Hump route.

I found a photo of John Taylor Donovan on the wall of the exhibit. Donovan was the first of the ‘Tiger’ pilots to die over Vietnam, shot down on May 12th, 1942 during a bombing raid over Gia Lam air base.
Ditulis pada 8 Februari 2018
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Javier G
262 kontribusi
Sep 2017 • Pasangan
As a museum has very few exhibits, mainly ceramics (mind you, remarcable items). The temporal exhibitions may be the most interesting. The most stricking point is the display on the USA help to the Nationalist army during the II WW. Don't expect to find any tea shop nor even gift shop.
Ditulis pada 29 November 2017
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Michael P
Sapa, Vietnam4.241 kontribusi
Jul 2017 • Sendiri
I went there specifically to see the Flying Tiger's exhibit, which I thought was just fantastic. I probably spent two hours looking at the professionally curated displays. With plenty of signage in English, this is a great place for history buffs.

The remainder of the museum is dedicated to Chinese art, specifically the art of Yunnan province. Kunming City Art Museum might have been a better choice of names.

There is also a good sized dinosaur exhibit which is sure to be a big hit with children.

Overall, an excellent museum, particularly when you consider that admission is free.
Ditulis pada 13 Juli 2017
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