Let us move on into the museum. The museum has a vast collection of many artefacts of many Asian Civilisations like China, India, many southeast asian countries. It provides loads of information that allows us to understand more about the Asian Cultures. They also had interactive guides that will clear any of our doubts in the exhibitions.
Well, we were suppose identify 3 artefacts and state the function, and describe the differences to its modern day version. We selected China.
This is the Chinese Robes that the officials of the past wear. Nowadays, these robes are not used, instead, government officials of China wore suits and tuxedos instead of robes. The modern day version is more 21st century style. It is also able to be worn everywhere since it is a formal attire that can also suit casual occasions. However, the robes are only suited for meetings in the royal palace. The robe also have many colourful patterns on it but the suit and tuxedos are just black and white, with a tie.
These are coins of Ancient China. They are used in transaction and trading of goods just like nowadays. However, there are notes now which allow us to not carry so much weight wherever we go. The notes now are foldable, making it easy to keep and store. It is light, very portable and has more patterns and designs on it. Furthermore, they have 'codes' in it to allow the notes to be really 'unique' and 'one of a kind'.
This is a carriage of Ancient China. This is used to carry people and sometimes also statues of gods. They are being held up and moved by human body. However, nowadays, cars are used to replace this carriages. They run on petroleum and wheels and will pollute the environment by its exhaust fume. However, cars are much more efficient in transporting things.