The Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture
The exhibition was hosted in the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture, Beijing.
A Cross-cultural Collaboration Design and Implementation Process
A series of discussions, meetings and on-site workshops were held between Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture and Lincoln University to exhibition proposal with
On 16th September, 2017, “Aotearoa New Zealand – The Story of New Zealand’s National Parks” officially opened in the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture.
Exchange of gifts and stories
Exchange of gifts between the director of the museum and Teoti Jardine, the display of Pounamu and a full giant Moa skeleton being publicly displayed in China for the first time.
Immersive Stories and Interactive Experiences
A series of interactive displays and exhibits helped visitors engage and immerse in the rich cultural, natural and environmental stories of Aotearoa’s National Parks.
Symposium and Ongoing Learning and Research opportunities
On 17th September, 2017, The “China-New Zealand National Park Symposium” was held in the Beijing Forestry University, and was co-held by the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University and Tsinghua University.
A book has been designed and printed to share the stories presented at the exhibition.