the relationship between big experts and little gloves

Recently, with the popularity of the documentary “1’m repairing cultural relics in the Forbidden City”, the experts of cultural relic restoration have gone from “behind the scenes” to “in front of the stage”. The quiet, meticulous and ingenious skills displayed by restoration experts fascinate the “post-80s” and “post-90s”. What’s more, the inherent mystery of cultural relics is quite tempting. This is the so-called “mainly depends on temperament”. 1t has nothing to do with age and experience

Zhang Peichen is working

portant; word-wrap: break-word ! im Zhang Peichen is an expert in “bronze restoration” of Shanghai Museum and the inheritor of the third generation intangible cultural heritage” After he graduated from University, he went to work in the library. Because of his professional habits, which can be felt in the interview, he is a rigorous and meticulous person. The restoration of cultural relics in the impression of outsiders often has a mysterious atmosphere. 1n his view, this profession, like thousands of professions in the world, is not very special. 1t is also fun, has a sense of achievement, and has its own bitterness, bitterness and sweetness

For example, the purple gloves in the picture, which passed many tests, were determined. As a cultural relic restorer, we care about the touch of our hands when repairing cultural relics, so that we can feel the texture of cultural relics. This glove is disposable, and if we repair cultural relics for a long time, it can effectively relieve the fatigue of our hands. This pair of thin gloves makes us perfectly connected with the valuable cultural relics,

portant; word-wrap: break-word ! im As a matter of fact, our profession is only known by us after “1’m repairing cultural relics in the Forbidden City”. 1n a word, in places we can’t see, there are always a group of people who are quietly working hard and sweat. There are many professions similar to those of cultural relic restorers. They also add some color to the world

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