I found some ancient Go instruments in museum. The owner was Zhu Tan(Mar 15, 1370－Jan 2, 1390, Ming Dynasty), the king of Lu.
The patterns on the Go bowls. The top view and the side view.
The Go board.
The Terracotta Army, also owned by Zhu Tan, the king of Lu. They are much smaller than the Emperor Qin’s.
Something else in the museum. Anyone like Chinese calligraphy?
“The land is so rich in beauty”, wrote by calligrapher Shu Tong. I like this one so much. The phrase was from Mao Zedong’s poem.
A Chinese painting. In Chinese history, Guqin(a seven-stringed plucked instrument), Weiqi(Go), Chinese calligraphy, Chinese painting are the Four Arts. We consider the spirit of them are quite the same. The nobleman and scholar must master all of them.
I was here, Shandong provincial museum.