After F怎么挽回老婆的心作为过来人看我是怎么【挽回老婆方法】的an Jinshi graduated from the History Department of Peking University in July 1963, facing the choice between Beijing and Shanghai, Fan Jinshi resolutely chose a small western town thousands of miles away, and never left after coming to Dunhuang.
For more than 40 years, Fan Jinshi has devoted himself to grotto archeological research. Using the method of archeological typology, she completed the periodization of the Northern Dynasties, Sui and the early Tang Dynasty of Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, and became the recognized achievement of Dunhuang Grottoes in the academic circles. Her “A Hundred Years Retrospect and Prospect of Dunhuang Grotto Research” is a summary and reflection on the study of Dunhuang Grottoes in the 20th century. The 26-volume series “Complete Collection of Dunhuang Grottoes”, edited by her and published by the Hong Kong Commercial Press, is a concentrated display of a century of Dunhuang Grottoes research.
In 1998, after Fan Jinshi became the dean of the Dunhuang Academy, Fan Jinshi led scientific research personnel to blaze a practical way in the scientific protection and scientific management of grotto sites, and initially formed some theories and methods for scientific protection of grottoes. Fan Jinshi first proposed the idea of using computer technology to realize the permanent preservation of Dunhuang murals and colored sculptures. She organized the Dunhuang Research Institute and Zhejiang University to jointly apply for the National Natural Science Foundation of China “Multimedia and Intelligent Technology Integration and Art Restoration”. The Gao Grottoes is the focus, and Mogao Grottoes is presented to people for the first time with multimedia and intelligent technology.
Since the mid-1980s, Fan Jinshi has actively sought international cooperation in the protection and research of Dunhuang Grottoes. With the help of UNESCO, the Dunhuang Academy has successively carried out cooperative projects with institutions in Japan, the United States and other countries to gradually integrate the conservation research of Dunhuang Grottoes with international standards.