Situated in the focal point of Shanghai in People's Square, Shanghai Museum is an expansive exhibition hall of old Chinese craftsmanship. Its style and presentation encompass guests with curios exhibiting old shrewdness and logic. The outside configuration of the round vault and the square base symbolizes the antiquated thought of a round paradise and a square land. The historical center is partitioned into eleven displays and three show lobbies. The eleven Galleries cover the vast majority of the real classes of Chinese craftsmanship: Ancient Bronze, Ancient Ceramics, Paintings, Calligraphy, Ancient Sculpture, Ancient Jade, Coins, Ming and Qing Furniture, Seals, and Minority Nationalities. The bronze product of the Shang and Zhou administrations add to our comprehension of antiquated human progress. The more than 400 bits of flawless bronze products cover the historical backdrop of antiquated Chinese bronze workmanship.