The first insurance museum in China opened in Ningbo, East China

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The first insurance museum in China, the China Insurance Museum, opened on Jan. 12 in Ningbo, east China's Zhejiang Province, the daily Ningbo Daily reported on Jan. 14.

With a total area of ​​more than 4,000 square meters, the China Insurance Museum is a four-story building located at 126 Baishalu Road, Jiangbei District, Ningbo City. It is free to the public and provides visitors with a comprehensive and authoritative explanation of the insurance industry using collections, display boards and interactive features.

The museum tells visitors the history of the global insurance industry and the development of insurance in China using historical materials, cultural relics, recorded history and cultural exchange.

The museum is not only a platform for the exchange of insurance cultures between the domestic and foreign insurance sectors, but also a platform for research on history, culture and strategies. development of the insurance sector in China. It's also a base for advertising and education on insurance-related risk management and insurance innovations, according to Ningbo Daily.

Co-organized by the Ningbo Municipal People's Government and the Chinese Insurance Company and managed by the Chinese Museum of Finance, the Chinese Museum of Insurance should become a cultural monument of the insurance industry in China and should have a global influence on insurance. culture over the next three years.

Ningbo is part of the first group of Chinese cities where the first insurances were born. Ningbo merchants are expected to have signed the first marine insurance contract in China's history and formed the first group of Chinese insurance companies, which has dominated the development of China's insurance industry for nearly a year. half a century.