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Hong Kong Maritime Museum
The World on Paper: From Square to Sphericity

Nature: 

Historical Museum Exhibition

Scope of Work: 

Exhibition Design, Graphic Design and Exhibits Display

Location:

Hong Kong Maritime Museum

The Qian Kun, one of the trigrams in the Yijing (Book of Changes), traditionally represents the concept of tiandi (heaven and earth) for the Chinese. Chinese understanding of the outside world was changed gradually by expeditions and exploration.

Rare books and maps are display in the exhibition, they show the record history as well as philosophies and cultures of the Ming and the Qing dynasties.  Western missionaries introduced new concepts and discoveries in science and cartography to China, which greatly influenced scientific development and China 's perception of the world.

Sometimes Dimension create the concept of Chinese map"Orbicular sky and rectangular earth", designing the space with Chinese drawing tools to form a world on paper.

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