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The past of radio in China

In the 1960s and 1970s, most people The main way to receive information from the outside world is that people happily gather around the radio to listen to radio programs in their leisure time. As one of the most favorite electronic products of the Chinese people, the radio carries too many memories of the golden years of a generation.

Childhood Radio

In the 1960s and 1970s, children used their spare time to learn to repair semiconductor radios and use it to listen to children's programs. The radio accompanied them through a wonderful childhood and an era, and it is still a continuation of feelings today.

Architectural layout

The exterior of the Radio Museum is a two-story retro building with characteristics of Western Sichuan. It relies on the antique architecture of Qianfoya Scenic Area in Jiajiang County. The layout of the exhibition hall is divided into the ground floor hall: primary and secondary students Popular science area, data reference area, development history and purpose area of ​​the Communist Party of China, Chairman Mao Memorial area, industrial history area, agricultural history area, anti-Japanese war history area, diplomatic history area, army construction history area, China's first series of radio areas, etc. The building is divided into the experience area of ​​the People’s Commune Broadcasting Station, where national leaders use the radio and the National Gift Radio, and the Puppet Manchurian Emperor is the radio experience area. The key points and the whole echo each other, showing a reasonable artistic image.

Exhibition content

Jiajiang County Radio Museum displayed a large number of domestic rare models.

Visiting information

After the museum was completed, it received a large number of social groups, tourists, and elementary and middle school students to visit and study, which played a good role in social education. Understand science and advocate science.

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