For the Porcelain Tower of Nanjing, Relicase tailored the display cases base on exhibit character, enhanced the display effect and received great approval.
The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing, part of the former Bao'en Temple, is a historical site located on the south bank of the external Qinhuai River in Nanjing, China. During the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty, a grandest and extraordinary building was created in Nanjing, once the most illustrious building in China's architectural history. It was considered one of the greatest wonders from the middle ancient times in the world.
The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing has passed down its Buddhist heritage continuously for a thousand years, preaching that one should always be grateful for their encounters, be it good or bad, and all that happened stem from a cause. The world-renowned Grand Bao'en Temple and the Glazed Pagoda were announced to be built and named by Emperor Yongle to repay the debt of gratitude, especially the unlimited debt to one's parents for fostering them up. "On the top of the Buddhist Temple is a real bone-made Sarira, which response to the worldly vicissitudes; among all Sarira, the one of Xuanzang ranks top of the sanctity". The sacred relics remain here for a millennium unchanged.