郎靜山一二0周年國際學術研討會
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郎靜山一二0周年國際學術研討會



 

2012.12.14-16•武夷山



 

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I.         
主辦單位:武夷山市政府郎靜山藝術文化發展協會



 

協辦單位中國作家協會上海復旦大學台灣政治大學灣私立世新大學,台北藝術大學,灣美學書房,台南藝術大學,日本福岡亞州美術館等學藝機構



 

 



 

II.       
概念說明



 

郎靜山攝影藝術的創作及其相關中國美學及視覺美感藝術的價值,在當代社會及後現代、解構的文化脈絡下,特別能夠凸顯東方攝影及視覺藝術所凝聚而成美感經驗,構成當代意義下東西方視覺文化的對話基礎。



 

把郎靜山的攝影作品視為「文本」,並對之進行「文本的描述與分析」(text
descr iption),以構成東方視覺的「視覺理論」,是今日構成東西方視覺藝術、視覺文化及視覺美感經驗的基礎。郎靜山對於傳統山水構圖、氣韻生動的美感經驗、線條的藝術表現、中國透視法的再現的深入研究及其境界的體會、以極為簡約的攝影語言,詮釋此一傳統中國、及涵蓋東方的視覺美感及境界。對於現代意義下視覺經驗的普遍性,提供直觀視覺經驗。



 

郎靜山以攝影及暗房技術作為藝術作品的表現方式及表現工具的方法,代表中國視覺藝術在西方現代視覺轉換過程中形成「起承轉合」的作用。同時,在上世紀啟始的西方現代化趨向、及之後的後現代風潮、解構思維的文化多元、去中心的接續衍生,郎靜山多元而豐富的作品、寫實、集錦以及後期抽象攝影系列的形成,成為東西方視覺文本對話的基礎。而在中國攝影的源始性、東方美感攝影典範的構作上,郎靜山作品的視覺語言,成為東西美學互為會通的語言。



 

郎靜山一二0週年之際,於此東西方美感經驗運會之趨,特以上述及相關藝術史、攝影史及郎氏其藝術定位、並及個人、生活、家族史相關議題為旨,以為「郎靜山一二0周年國際學術研討會」邀稿概念的說明。



 

III.     
徵稿範圍



 

1.    
凡符合「概念說明」範圍內相關課題。均歡迎投稿



 

2.    
特設專題:



 

、郎靜山攝影世界與中國視覺美感



 

、郎靜山與現代抽象主義



 

、郎靜山與後現代



 

、郎靜山與解構



 

、郎靜山與中國近現代藝術譜系



 

 



 

IV.     基本日期



 

1.    
論文寫作構想 (proposal) 收件:20121015



 

2.    
通知接受論文寫作構想:20121018



 

3.    
會議版論文全文收件截止日:2012121



 

V.       論文寫作體例與收件方式



 

1.    
論文寫作體例:



 

A.   
論文寫作構想,請以中文、依WINS.WORD撰寫排版,文長以一頁為限,體例不管;會議版論文全文,請以中文、依APA、在WINS.WORD撰寫排版,文長以25頁為限。



 

B.   
會議版論文全文,文前請依序附至多200中文漢字的摘要,以及至多



 

6條的關鍵詞;摘要請勿指稱 (「本論文 [如何如何]…」)、請勿舉例 (「例如:…」)、請勿論述 (「…,所以…」)



 

C.   
設題時,請略依「主標題 + 副標題」,也請貼實文本撰寫。



 

2.    
收件方式:



 

論文寫作構想與會議版論文全文,都請用email附檔方式寄到:郎靜山藝術文化發展協會。



 

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會議語言:中英文



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

RECONSTRUCTING THE IMAGE
AND



 

THE VISUAL IN A CHINESE WAY:
  



 

Long Chin-san 120 Years



 

 



 

December 14-16, 2012



 

Long Chin-san Art & Cultural Development Association



 

Wuyishan City,
FU-JIAN, CHINA



 

 



 

The conference commemorates the 120th
anniversary of the birth of Long Chin-san



 

 (June 12, 1892 –April 13, 1995) by
highlighting different modern photo works in order to reconstruct the Chinese visual
image from his earlier and later works. 120 years after his birth and more than
10 years after his death, the influence of Long Chin-san’ s work in the field
of contemporary visual culture is overwhelming. The papers and discussions of
this two-day conference wish disclose aspects of this influence and of the
ongoing dialogue concerning East and West visual culture’s themes.



 

 



 

In recent decades, contemporary East-Asian visual culture has become
increasingly prominent on the international stage. The original dialogue of
visual image between East and West is beginning from the work of Long Chin-san. The paradigm of East
visual image as Japan’s works has been a long-standing
interest in contemporary West world. Last few years, in the context of multicentre
development, the East visual culture as part of debates on the significance of
modernism and postmodernism. Rethinking the works of Long Chinsan is the most important
issue.



 

 



 

This conference also seeks to debate how critical and creative work
in East and West Visual Culture negotiates unexpected transitions and
oscillations between individual and collective, real and virtual, center and
peripheral, and activism and academic analysis.



 

 



 

Proposals are
invited for papers on aspects of East-Asian visual culture related to the
fields of photography as well as to others that work across the boundaries
between different fields. Abstracts should be between 250 and 500 words in
length and should be submitted in electronic form. Invitations to present
papers will be sent out by 1 December, 2012. Papers delivered at the conference
should be limited to 20 minutes in duration. There may be an opportunity to
publish articles related to papers given at the conference in a peer-reviewed
context. Conference registration is free of charge. Please address all
correspondence (including paper submissions, registration and additional
inquiries) to the conference email address: bkshusn@gmail.com



 

附錄:



 

武夷山概况



 

时间:20100402  来源:



 

    武夷山市位于福建省西北部、闽赣两省交界处,属中亚热带地区,前身为崇安县,建置于北宋淳化五年(公元994年),1989年8月经国务院批准撤县建市,是福建省唯一以名山命名的新兴旅游城市。全市总面积2813平方公里,总人口22.37万人,辖3镇、4乡、3个街道、4个农茶场、115个行政村。1999年12月,被联合国教科文组织批准列入《世界遗产名录》,成为我国第4处,世界23处世界文化与自然“双遗产”地之一;境内拥有首批国家重点风景名胜区、国家重点自然保护区、国家旅游度假区,国家一类航空口岸、国家森林公园、国家重点文物保护单位、中国历史文化名村等;是首批中国优秀旅游城市、中国茶文化艺术之乡、原中央苏区县,先后获评全国十大文明风景旅游区、全国三绿工程茶叶示范县、全国首批5A级风景旅游区、中华十大名山等。武夷山的主要特点体现在六个方面:

——武夷山具有独特、稀有、绝妙的自然景观,属罕见的自然美地带,是人类与自然环境和谐统一的代表。1982年11月国务院批准在此设立武夷山国家重点风景名胜区,总面积70平方公里。武夷山景区属典型的丹霞地貌,九曲溪盘环区内,九曲溪两岸分布着36奇峰、99岩。1990年原世界旅游组织执委会主席巴尔科夫人在游览武夷山后欣然题词:“未受污染的武夷山风景区是世界环境保护的典范。”

——武夷山是全球生物多样性保护的关键地区,是尚存的珍稀、濒危物种的栖息地,是代表生物演化过程以及人类与自然环境相互关系的突出例证。武夷山保存了世界同纬度带最完整、最典型、面积最大的中亚热带原生性森林生态系统。1979年7月国务院批准设立武夷山自然保护区,总面积85万亩。区内森林覆盖率达到95.3%,空气负氧离子含量每立方厘米高达8万至9万个,是“天然氧吧”。武夷山物种资源极其丰富,已知植物种类3728种,动物种类5110种,被中外生物学家称为“研究两栖、爬行动物的钥匙”、“鸟的天堂”、“蛇的王国”、“昆虫的世界”、“世界生物之窗”。

——武夷山具有丰富的历史文化遗存,其境内的“古闽族”“闽越族”文化遗存是古代文明的历史见证。武夷山曾是闽越国的政治、经济、文化中心。宋代,武夷山集儒、道、佛于一身,被儒家称为“闽邦邹鲁”,道家称为“升真元化洞天”。南宋著名理学家朱熹曾在这里生活、著书、讲学长达50年,朱子理学在这里萌芽、成熟、传播,其影响深入中国社会生活的各个方面。当代著名学者蔡尚思有诗:“东周出孔丘,南宋有朱熹;中国古文化,泰山与武夷。”

——武夷山是老革命根据地。1925年马列主义就在这里传播,l927年7月建立了中国共产党崇安特别支部。武夷山是闽赣革命根据地之一,1930年曾建立过苏维埃政权,先后发生过著名的上梅暴动和赤石暴动。方志敏、周建屏、粟裕、张云逸、秦基伟等在这块土地上留下了革命足迹。

——武夷山物产资源丰富,是我国江南著名的粮区、林区、茶叶产区。武夷山市森林覆盖率达79.2%。武夷岩茶为全国十大名茶之一,已有1000多年历史,以独具岩韵而享誉中外,早在十七世纪即远销欧美。全市现有茶园11万多亩,半数以上出口外销。全行拥有各类花卉资源近130种。已探明的矿产有钨、铁、钼、水晶、花岗岩、煤等30多种。以竹、木、石加工为主的旅游系列工艺品,倍受中外游人的青睐。

——武夷山旅游服务体系日臻完善,旅游经济发展前景广阔。武夷山市共有旅行社69家,各类宾馆饭店280多家,星级饭店40家,其中五星级2家、四星级6家、三星级19家、二星级13家),2家金叶级“绿色旅游饭店”,具备年接待700万人次的能力。武夷山已初步形成航空、铁路、公路为一体的旅游交通网,成为闽北立体交通网络中心。境内拥有国家一类航空口岸,武夷山机场现已开通境内外航线20多条;横南铁路武夷山段已开通20条运营线路;南平至浦城、宁德至上饶、武夷山至邵武三条高速公路将汇通武夷山下,浦南高速公路已建成通车,宁上、武邵高速公路正在建设中,京福高铁、浦建龙快铁项目武夷山段的规划研究工作已基本完成。全市现有餐饮、娱乐服务行业经营单位近千家,已初步形成了吃、住、行、游、购、娱配套完善的旅游服务网络。



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

About Wuyishan



 







 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





History



 

Wuyishan City has a long
history. Before the Qin (221-206 B.C.) and Han (206 B. C.-A. D. 25) dynasties,
the city was under the jurisdiction of the State of Yue, in Southeast China.
According to ancient records and archeological evidence, the site of the city
was inhabited more than 4,000 years ago. "Boat-shaped Coffins"
suspended from cliffs, said to be some 3,800 years old, can still be seen.
After Emperor Qin Shihuang conquered Yue, he set up Minzhong Prefecture, and a
city on the site of present-day. Wuyishan was founded as a border city. In the
fifth year of the Chunhua reign period of the Northern Song Dynasty (994), the
area was named Chong'an County, and in the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368) Chong'an
County came under the jurisdiction of Jianyang Lu. The area became well-known
when the leading philosopher Zhu Xi gave lectures in Ching'an, where he resided
for some time. In 1989, Chong'an County was re-named Wuyishan City.



 

Geography



 

Located at the foot of the
southeastern slope of Huanggang Mountain, the main peak of the Wuyi Mountains,
Wuyishan City sits on hilly land consisting of red gravel rocks, with an
elevation of about 400m. The highest peak exceeds 700m. With an area of 70sq
km, Wuyishan City lies between latitudes 27o35
ˊ-27o43ˊN, and longitudes 117o55ˊ-118o01ˊE. The city boasts unique natural
scenery of bluish-green waters and reddish hills. The physiognomy of Wuyishan
is typical Danxia Landscape. The peaks of the Wuyi Mountains are vivid, elegant
an
d grotesquely
shaped. Of them, Danxie Hill is of Particular attraction.



 



Climate



 

Located close to the tropic of
Cancer, Wuyishan City has a sub-tropical, humid monsoon climate. The high
mountains to the northwest of the city keep off cold air from the north in
winter, and block warm and humid air currents from the ocean in spring and
summer. Hence, the city has a warm, fresh and cool climate, with an average
annual temperature of 17.9
. July is the hottest month of the year, when the average
temperature
is
about 27
. January is the
coldest month, when the average temperature is about 8
. The city is suitable for tourism all
the year round. Wuyishan City has much rainfall, with a mean annual
precipitation of around 1,900mm, concentrated in spring and summe
r. It has 150-160 rainy days
and about 110 foggy days a year.



 

In early spring, Wuyishan City
is Very pretty, with green mountains, clear waters and colorful flowers, in
addition to the delicate scent of birch trees. In summer, the city is a
pleasant resort, with densely growing trees, murmuring streams, and cool winds.
In the clear and crisp autumn, the city boasts red maple leaves and camellias
in full bloom, making people feel relaxed and happy. In winter, beautiful plum
blossoms and green pine trees form a lovely picture. The scenery of the mountains
is changeable at different times of the day, and is particularly appealing on
windy, rainy or snowy days.



 

Natural Ecological Environment



 

Wuyishan City has an extremely
fortunate natural ecological environment, its forest coverage rate being 53
percent. In the Wuyishan National Tourist Attraction Area, the forest coverage
rate reaches 65.3 percent, and 98 percent of the Wuyishan National Nature
Reserve is covered by forests. The quality of its air and water greatly exceeds
the state's standards. Tourism plays a leading role in Wuyishan's economy. The
setting up of industrial projects which may harm the natural environment is
forbidden here. When the Chairman of the Executive Board of the World Tourism
Organization visited Wuyishan, she said, "Unpolluted Wuyishan is a good
model for the world environmental protection." Dr. Moroy of UNESCO World
Heritage Committee once claimed, "Wuyishan is the everlasting symbol of
Chinese natural resources which can be applied continuously."



 

Economy



 

Wuyishan City mainly relies on
its export-oriented economy, and tourism is its pillar industry. Every year,
the revenue contributed by tourism makes up more than one third of the city's
total. By relying on its rich bamboo, timber, rock tea and granite resources,
it has formed a series of sturdy industries mainly serving tourism, including
the production of tourist arts and crafts, processing of bamboo and forest
products, making fine rock tea and quanying granite. Wuyishan City is also a
commodity grain base and key forest area, as well as a famous tea producer in
China. Its agriculture has constantly been optimized along with the development
of tourism, and its grain, timber, tea, bamboo products, flowers and vegetable
sectors are thriving.



 



Culture



 

Wuyi Mountains is a famous
cultural mountain with a long history. Since the Qin and Han dynasties, it has
been held in great esteem, and in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), it was named a
famous mountain by the Court. It was reputed to be the location of the
"No.16 Cavern" by the Taoists, and of the "Cavern of Idealist
Philosophy in the South" in the Song Dynasty (960-1279). Zhu Xi, a scholar
who created Neo-Confucianism during the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279),
installed himself in the "Wuyi Best Cottage" here, where he gathered his
disciples, gave lectures and wrote books, thus turning it into a cultural and
academic center in Southeast China. Many men of letters, such as Li Shangyin,
Lu You, Xin Qiji, Liu Yong, Xu Xiake and Qi Jiguang toured Wuyi Mountains,
leaving more than 2,000 immortal articles and poems in the area. Wuyi Mountains
has numerous unique historical sites, such as the boat-shaped coffins of the
Shang (ca. 16th-11th century B.C.) and Western Zhou (11th century-771B.C.)
dynasties, the ruins of an ancient city of the Han Dynasty, the ruins of the
Ziyang Academy, the ruins of the 10,000 Year Palace, Cheng Village the Xiamei
Building Complex of the Qing Dynasty, the Yongle Buddhist Temple, the
Taoyuandong Taoist Temple, the Zhizhi Nunnery, Yuqing Bridge and ancient cliff
carvings. There is a wealth of folk takes about the mountain. Scholar Cai
Shangsi wrote a poem: "Eastern Zhou gave birth to Confucius, and Southern
Song, to Zhu Xi. China's ancient culture is represented by Tai Mountains and
Wuyi Mountains."



 

A Survey of Tourist Industry



 

Wuyishan City is the only
tourism city named after a famous mountain in Fujian Province. It is rich in
tourism resources, with unique scenic spots and many historical sites. It has a
state key scenic area, key nature reserve, key tourist resort, first-class
airport, and the ruins of the ancient city of the Han Dynasty at Chengcun,
which is included in the fourth category of historical monuments and cultural
relics under state protection. Thanks to its unique geographical location, the Chinese
Government has given it approval to set up examining port organizations such as
customs and border, commodity, animals and plants, and hygiene supervision
bodies. With the approval of the General Administration of Customs, the
Wuyishan Bonded Warehouse Zone has been set up here.



 

Depending on its abundant
natural resources and historical sites, and the preferential policies offered
by the State and Fujian Province, Wuyishan City has success fully implemented
the strategy of "developing through tourism, supported by environment
protection, enriched by opening up and strengthened by science and
education" since the Eighth Five-year Plan period (1990-1995), thus
getting rid of the traditional agricultural county economy barrier and setting
up a brand-new pattern for its tourist economy with Wuyishan characteristics.
Since then, the city's economy has developed rapidly, and its tourism sector
has expanded constantly. Especially since it started to turn itself into
"Top Tourist Cities of China", Wuyishan has paid great attention to
the improvement of tourism infrastructure facilities, the construction of
modernized functions of a tourist city of tourism infrastructure facilities,
the construction of modernized functions of a tourist city and the improvement of
the quality of tourist services, thus further promoting the sustained, stable
and healthy development of the tourist economy. At present, Wuyishan City has
32 travel agencies, including 4 international travel agencies, and 246 tourist
hotels. Now the city has the capability of receiving five million tourists a
year, including 150,000 foreigners. In 2005, the city's total GNP came to five
billion yuan. The revenue from tourism made up one third of the city's total,
and 43.6 percent of the city's GDP.



 

 



 

 



 

Historical Figures and Cultural Landscapes



 







 

Wuyi Mountain is an example of
natural landscapes and historical figures and cultural landscapes in perfect
harmony.



The excavation of the ruins of Min Yue Royal Cepital
City opens a glorious page of Wuyi Mountain's history. The ruins cover an area
of 480000 square meters. It is the best preserved and intact ancient city ruins
in the Western Han Dynasty with most historical relics ever found in south of
the Yangtze River. As early as more than 4000years ago, the ancient Min Yue
people laboured and lived here. Gradually, the "ancient Min Yue"
culture in the remote southeastern China and the subsequent culture of the
"Min yue Nationality" is formed. The remained boat-shaped coffins
suspended from cliffs reveal the peculiar funeral customs of the ancient Min
Yue people. The suspended coffins with the longest history ever found at home
and abroad –- Wuyi boat – shaped coffins – are the most valuable materials for
the study of the history in the pre-Qin period and the vanished ancient Min Yue
Nationality's culture. Wuyi Mountain is another famous mountain rich in
ideological culture after Mount Taishan in China. "The Eastern Zhou
Dynasty (770-256 B.C) produces Confucius and there is Zhu Xi in the southern
Song Dynasty (1127—1279). The ancient Chinese culture was born in Mount Taishan
and Wuyi Mountain." The remarks of Cai Shangsi, the well-known scholar,
reveal the origin and status of Wuyi Mountain's history and culture. In the
Southern Song Dynasty, the famous Chinese philosopher, thinker and educationist
Zhu Xi once lived, wrote books, gave lectures here for more than 50 years and
created the Confucian school of idealist philosophy in the Song Dynasty, which
constituted half of the ancient Chinese culture and made Wuyi become the
cultural center in Southeastern China at that time. In addition, other
historical figures such as Li Shangyun, Yang Shi, Fan Zhongyan, Lu You, Xin Qiji,
Liu Yong, Xu Xiake and Qi Jiguang,all left treasured pieces of calligraphy or
painting in praise of Wuyi Mountain. There are still over 400 identifiable
historical inscr iptions on precipices in Wuyi Mountain.

Wuyi Mountain is also famous for its religious culture incorporating
Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. Since the Qin and Han Dynasties, Wuyi
Mountain has been granted by the imperial courts the title of famous Mountain
and River in China and it has become a place yearned for and visited by celebrities
and Buddhist monks from all over the country. More than 300 Buddhist and Taoist
temples, palaces, academies of classical learning , pavilions, terraces and
open halls have been built, which witness the historical glories and
vicissitudes of Wuyi Mountain.

"Grown by the celestial being in the ancient time, the precious
tea-plant by the streamside is the best in the world." The Wuyi Rock Tea
has enjoyed a long history and a worldwide reputation for its unique rock tea
flavor and traditional tea culture. The rock tea is the primordium of the
Oolong tea, one of the top ten famous teas in China. It is the landmark in the
development of tea industry, and Wuyi Mountain is entitled "The Hometown
of Chinese Tea Culture."

The combination of rich folklore culture and abundant tourist resources in Wuyi
Mountain, full of life and extraordinary splendor, creates a wonderful picture
of regional culture.



 



The History of Zhuxi's Neo-Confucianism

Wuyi Mountains was the cradle of Zhuxi's Neo-Confucianism, and it's popularly
known as "the hub of Neo-Confucianism in the South China". Zhuxi was
thought as a greatest adeologist, philosopher and educator after Confucius and
he himself was also the representative of Confucianism. Zhuxi set up academies
and he had lived, written and taught here for over 50 years, thus making Wuyi
Mount the "center for Neo-Confucianism for three Dynasties of Song, Yuan,
Ming". From Zhiyan Academy in Wufu to Wuyi Academy under the Hidden Screen
Peak, Wuyi Mountains saw remains of the culture of Neo-Confucianism all over
the place.

Since its formation in Chunxi Reign in Song Dynasty, Neo-Confucianism had
been lasting over 700 years to thirty-first year of Guanxu Reign in Qing
Dynasty. During his life time Zhuxi wrote a great many of poems and essays.
Some of them are quite famous and influential even nowadays. Among them are
"The Collection of Works By Zhuxi" and "Notes from Zhuxi ".
The famous historian CaiShansi once said; "There was a Confucius in
East—Zhou Dynasty, while in South-Song Dynasty there was Zhuxi. The ancient
Chinese culture found the origin both in Taishan Mount and Wuyi Mount."



 



Liu Yong—the master of "Romantic School" Ci-poems in Song
Dynasty


Liu Yong, first named as "San Bian", with another name of
"Jiqing"' later changed to "Yong". As he was the seventh
son in the family, he had also been called as Liu Qi.(Seven).He was born in
about 98 A.D during North Song Dynasty in Wufuli in WuyiShan in Fujian (Now in
Shanmei County in Wuyishan City). He once served as the royal officer of
Tuntian, thus people sometimes called him Liu Tutian.

He devoted all his life to Ci-poem writing, themed on the city views and
women singers' life. He was especially good at describing traveling life and
its fellings. He was well learned and informed and was also popularly thought
as the Master of The "Romantis School". His works, The Collection of
Poems includes about 200 poems. But he died depressed in 1053 A.D during
Huanyou Reign in North_Song Dynasty. At that time he was about 74 years old.

Liu Yong spent his childhood in Wuyi Mountains. He studied very hard. He
often burned candles late into the night for his reading and writing. The
villagers named the place where he studied as the "Candle Mount" and
"Brush Crate Mount". He like to visit Wuyi Mountains together with
his friends. He once went to Chongyou Temple, writing a poem about its scenery,
which was inscribed in the Curtain Pavilion Peak in Wuyi Mount. His poems spoke
highly of wuyi's wonders and its majestic mountains and water. Liu Yong wrote
the magnificent scenery into his beautiful fairy tales. The poems well express
the young poet's knowledge, imaginations, and the deep love for his homeland.
Even now people in his hometown still regard him as "a magic poet under
the Goose Peak".



 



The Ancient Minyue Royal City

The Minyue Royal City is also popularly known as "the Ancient Han
city", "the Min Royal city". It is situate at the 24 km away
from the south of Wuyi Gong. The city was first built in 202 B.C when Wuzhu,
the King of Minyue Kindom was bestowed with the land by Liu Ban,the first
Emperor of Han Dynasty. The total area of the royal city covered 480000 km2. It
was built on the mountains surrounded by waters. The city wall was 2896meters
long, even now the outline of the city wall can be recognized easily. On the
wall there were built city towers,beacon towers, and observation towers,and
outside there were official buildings, houses, malls and graves.The "Royal
palace site" in the city center was found to be featured by the enclosed
complex palaces with the compact layout and good patterns. Its architectural
style resembled that of Qin and Han Dynasties. But its patterns of houses were
unique with the typical local style and culture. The Minyue Royal city is the
best preserved Han Dynasty city in China, and it is also an important component
of the world's cultural heritage in Wuyi Mountains. It serves as a window to
the lost ancient civilization in Fujian.



 



The Mystery of "Boat-coffin" in Wuyi Mountains

The "Boat-coffins" in Wuyi mountains can be dated back to about
3800---4000 years ago. It is the originating place of the
"Boat-coffins" because of its special geographic environment and
cultural history. Geographically, Wuyi mountains enjoy many high peaks, winding
water, deep valleys and steep cliffs, thus forming different sizes of caves.
Some are wide and round like bee cells, some like cracks are long and narrow
and still others with irregular sizes of rectangles, triangles and so on. Some
are deep while some shallow. These different sizes and shapes of caves not only
make them mysterious but also make them the good place for
"Boat-coffins".

The Boat-coffin culture is the living fossil of Wuyi history. Drifting down the
Nine-bend River you'll find the "fairy boats" in the crevice high up
on the cliffs on the banks. They are the cultural heritage sites and play a
great role in the research of ethnics, history and archeology.



 

 



 

Ecological Landscapes



 







 



This is the green homeland for people to return to
nature; this is the land of promise of harmonious coexistence between people
and nature.

Wuyi Mountain Natural Reserves, listed by the United Nations as the
"global biosphere protection zone", "gather its life energy from
the heaven and the earth, picks its vital essence from the sun and the
moon". Unfolds the life chain one after another and demonstrates the
closely-linked life evolution of people and nature.



 

Wuyishan National nature
Reserve is well-known for its intact forest ecological system and abundant
biological resources. Tourists will admire a wide array of unique and
intriguing animals and flora as well as the magnificent mountains, flying
waterfalls to your heart's content. Mount Huanggan,heighet 2,158M ,the summit
of Wuyi Mountains,is the highest peak in Southeast China and is classed the
"Roof of East China".



 

With a total area of 565 square
kilometers, Wuyi Mountain Natural Reserves is in possession of the well
preserved, the most complete, most typical parallel subtropical primeval forest
ecological system with the largest area in the world; there are the dense
forests, deep canyons, rumbling waterfalls and


the highest peak in east china—Huanggang Mountain; here distributes in
proper order the complete vertical belt and the forest coverage reaches 95% in
the area; there are multitudinous species of animals and plants which have
lived and multiplied from generation to generation. As a result, Wuyi Mountain
Natural Reserves has always enjoyed the reputation of "paradise of
Birds", "Kingdom of Snakes", "World of Insects" and
"Window of Living Things In the World". Walking into Wuyi Mountain
Natural Reserves, people will sense the vigorous green life and experience a
harmonious and peaceful rhythm of life.

The newly developed Grand Canyon Ecology Park in Wuyi Mountain is situated on
the upper reaches of the Nine-twist stream and is known as the "Rear
Garden" of the scenic area in Wuyi Mountain. In the Ecology Park which
covers an area of 185.8 square kilometers, there are 8 major scenic spots,
namely, the Red River


Valley, the Emerald Valley, the land of the Son of Heaven, the Grand
Canyon Drifting the White Pagoda Mountain, the imperial Edict Mountain, the
Northeast Pond and the Sunny Peak. There are dense forests, numerous canyons,
diverse living things and waterfalls everywhere. It is an ideal place for
ecological tour, such as drifting, watch waterfalls, mountaineering, fishing,
forest exploration and biological investigation. Return to nature, be close to
mountain and rivers, release emotions, sense and comprehend the life, enjoy
nature to your heart's content in the natural oxygen bar, all this is the
glamour of ecological tour in Wuyi Mountain.



 

 



 

Wuyishan Travel Service Tours



 









 

Wuyishan is located in
northeast part of Fujian Province, occupying an area of 70 square kilometers.
It's surrounded by streams and valleys. Wuyishan ( Wuyi Mountain), is one of
the nicest spots and one of the most pleasant mountains in all of China. Jiuqu
Stream (Nine Turns Stream) is fantastic with torrents churning over shoals, throwing
sheets of spray into the air, and then merging into clear deep pools which are
as smooth as a mirror. On its two banks, different peaks go up. The Jiuqu
Stream is an amazing place to visit. One taking a bamboo raft downstream would
feel as if cruising in the mysterious universe. The beautiful Wuyishan is
gifted with exotic flowers and rare plants, precious birds and animals. It
boasts of a kind of tea growing on rocks with a bright color, strong scent, and
pure taste. Among them Dahongpao "Grand Red Robe" is the most famous
and precious.



 

We offer all kinds of package
tours and hotel reservation in Wuyishan with airport, train transfers. If you
have some special request, please contact us.



 

Tour Guide to The Wuyi Mountains



 

One-day Tour

Route 1 Morning: Abroad the rafts at Xinchun Bamboo Rafts Pier for a tour
along the Nine-Bend River, then to Song Street, Wuyin Palace, Wuyi Famous
Ancient People Museum, and All-spring Garden; Afternoon to visit Roaring Tiger
Rock, and A-Thread-of-Sky.

Route 2 Morning: Visit Cloud Cave, Tea Cave, and climb the Heavenly-Tour
Peak, and then to Peach Blossom Cave, Zhuxi Memorial Museum; Afternoon: Abroad
the rafts at Xinchun Bamboo Rafts Pier for a tour along the Nine-Bend River,
then to Song Street, Wuyin Palace, Wuyi Famous Ancient People Museum, and
All-spring Garden.

Route 3 Morning: Visit Roaring Tiger Rock and A-Thread-of-Sky; Afternoon:
Rafting along the Nine-Bend River, then to Song Street, Wuyin Palace, Wuyi
Famous Ancient People Museum, and All-spring Garden.



 

Two-day Tour

First Day, the same as the One-day tour

Second day: Morning: to Water Curtain Cave, then the remains of Ancient
Cliff Dwellings, Eagle’s Beak Rock, Hui Garden and Liuxiang Ravine; Afternoon:
Enjoy The Big Robe Tea Cultural Tour, and then to the Tianxin Ever-Happy
Temple.



 

Three-day Tour:

First day: Morning Visit Cloud Cave, Tea Cave, and climb the Heavenly-Tour
Peak, and then to Peach Blossom Cave, Zhuxi Memorial Museum; Afternoon: Abroad
the rafts at Xinchun Bamboo Rafts Pier for a tour along the Nine-Bend River,
then to Song Street, Wuyin Palace, Wuyi Famous Ancient People Museum, and
All-spring Garden.

Second Day: Morning: to Water Curtain Cave, then the remains of Ancient
Cliff Dwellings, Eagle’s Beak Rock, Hui Garden and Liuxiang Ravine; Afternoon:
Enjoy The Big Robe Tea Cultural Tour, and then to the Tianxin Ever-Happy
Temple.

Third Day: Morning to visit Roaring Tiger Rock and A-Thread-of-Sky;
Afternoon to Lianhua Peak, Yulinting Kiln Site.



 

Four-day Tour:

First Day: Morning Visit Cloud Cave, Tea Cave, and climb the Heavenly-Tour
Peak, and then to Peach Blossom Cave, Zhuxi Memorial Museum; Afternoon: Abroad
the rafts at Xinchun Bamboo Rafts Pier for a tour along the Nine-Bend River,
then to Song Street, Wuyin Palace, Wuyi Famous Ancient People Museum, and
All-spring Garden.

Second Day: Morning: to Water Curtain Cave, then the remains of Ancient
Cliff Dwellings, Eagle’s Beak Rock, Hui Garden and Liuxiang Ravine; Afternoon:
Enjoy The Big Robe Tea Cultural Tour, and then to the Tianxin Ever-Happy
Temple.

Third Day: Morning to visit Roaring Tiger Rock and A-Thread-of-Sky;
Afternoon to Lianhua Peak, Yulinting Kiln Site.

Fourth Day: Morning Visit the ancient Minyue Royal city in Chengchun,
Afternoon: Enjoy the drifting in Wuyi Mountain Gorge.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Mountain and River Landscapes



 







 



Geographically speaking, Wuyi Mountains is featured
with typical red rock formation. The wonderful nature creates us a land with
exquisite mountains, winding water and outstanding scenery. With 36 spectacular
peaks and the serene Nine-Bend River, it's described as "fairyland on
earth".

The key Scenic Area covers 70 km2, boasting of 36 peaks, 72 caves, 99
rocks and 108 scenic spots as well. The magnificent and exquisite mountains and
waters are the real delight. The whole area can be subdivided into many scenic
spots as Wuyi Palace, Nine Bend river, Peach Blossom Cave, A Threat of Sky,
Tiger Roaring Peak, Tianxin Rock, Water Curtain Cave, Lianhua Peak, YulinTing
Kiln Site.



 

The hazy view of Wuyi mountains
and rivers is of special appeal and prospect. The clouds and mists of Wuyi
Mountain are spectacular and veiled in mystery. The sea of clouds and wove to
mists surge above mountain peaks, sometimes heavy and sometimes thin, now
moving and then static, which composes magnificent spectacles one after
another, some as light as veil hanging among the crags, some as heavy as
splashes of ink spraying the valleys, some like torrents rolling and surging,
some like ripples disappearing far away, which displays all the gracefulness,
colorfulness, romantic charm and appeal of Wuyi Mountain.



 



The most sophisticated charm of Wuyiu Mountains
rests in the Nine-bend River, which is winding its ways amidst the jungle of
peaks and rocks. Drifting down the river you can not only enjoy the beautiful
scenery but the mysterious Boat-coffins and many ancient rock inscr iptions
along the banks.



 

Tianyou Peak (Peak of Sky
Tour): Frequently shrouded in clouds and mist, it towers aloft over clusters of
peaks. Ascending to its top, one feels as if traveling upon a sea of clouds
high up the sky. Hence it becomes the most famous spot of Wuyishan. The
pavilion on the top, the highest among myriad peaks commands a panoramic view
of Wuyishan encircled by well-known peaks and the Jiuqu Stream on its three
sides.



 



Water Screen Cave: It's formed by curved cliff walls
and an over-hanging cliff, each measuring several hundred feet in height or in
width. It's spacious and can seat some thousand people. Built along the walls
are a few roofless temples. Two springs keep cascading down day and night from
the over-hanging cliff. Blown by the breeze, the waterfalls break into tiny
drops, which resemble two water screens hanging from the top, and descend into
the Dragon Bath Pond below.



 

Wanniangong (Palace of Ten
Thousand Years) As one of famous Taoist religious service centers, it consisted
of over three hundred halls and rooms in the Song and Ming Dynasties, but
declined since mid Qing Dynasty. Today only one temple and two wells have remained.



 

The beautiful Wuyishan is
gifted with exotic flowers and rare plants, precious birds and animals. It
abounds in teas growing on rocks with a bright color, strong scent, and pure
taste. Among them Dahongpao "Grand Red Robe" is the most famous and
precious.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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