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518國際博物館日-優遊佛館特色主題區


文/佛館國際組 Buddha Museum International Affairs Team 圖/ 佛館編輯組 Buddha Museum Editorial Team

The International Museum Day (IMD) falls on May 18th. This year, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) has chosen the theme Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics.

It is interesting how each museum attracts new publics through new approaches and how to keep up with this hyperconnected world.

國際博物館協會訂定今年518國際博物館日的主題為「超連結博物館:新方法‧新公眾」,來看看博物館如何與現代接軌,在資訊快速流動的世代以特有的新方法推廣給新公眾,與時俱進。

Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum was established in commemoration of the Buddha. When the Buddha Museum was still under construction, Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the founder of the Buddha Museum, has come up with design to combine modern technology with Buddhist culture. The following are the specially selected attractions that coincide with this years IMD.

佛光山佛陀紀念館為紀念佛陀而創立,建館初期,佛陀紀念館創辦人佛光山開山星雲大師即為了因應世代的潮流與科技的發展,在規劃展場空間時,試圖結合現代與嶄新的策展模式,帶領群眾以創新的方式認識佛教文化。此次佛館精選符合今年518國際博物館日的特色展區:

Let us travel through the Buddhas time ! 想回到佛陀的時代嗎?

The 4D animation at the Life of the Buddha Museum will bring one back to the Buddha’s time and have a quick understanding about the life of the Buddha!

佛陀一生館以4D動畫的聲光效果,帶領群眾在短時間回到佛陀的時代,完整認識佛陀的一生!

The complex of Buddha Museum as a Buddhist encyclopedia 佛館的建築格局猶如一部佛教百科!

One can find the Buddhist symbols in everywhere at the Buddha Museum through the white elephants and lions out of the Front Hall, the Eight Pagodas, stone sculptures, and the Main Hall in Indian style. How many do you know?

從大廳外的白象與獅群,再到八塔、甚至石雕,以及印度式的本館建築,無不帶有佛教象徵意義,您認識幾個呢?

An ecological journey of the Buddhas time 來一場佛陀時代的生態之旅!

There are so many plants related to the Buddha such as Bodhi Trees, Asoka Trees, Golden Lotus Banana, Datura, and etc. Have you seen them before?

在佛館有許多與佛陀相關的植物,例如:菩提樹、無憂樹、地湧金蓮、曼陀羅花等等,您看過幾種呢?

 

Golden Lotus Banana in bloom

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