The Museum of Chinese Women and Children is the country's first state-level museum focusing on women and children. It is hence a main source of data on the history of Chinese women and children and China's achievements in undertakings to further their development. The museum is also a medium for expanding cultural communication among women and children in the international community.
CHINA NATIONAL FILM MUSEUM (CNFM) is to date the world's largest professional museum. Founded in 2005 in celebration of 100 years of Chinese cinema, CNFM is designed to showcase the history of Chinese cinema, to host film technology expos, and many academic exchanges and research in order to advance cinema culture both in China and worldwide.
The Dinosaur Museum is located at the Dashanpu Site of Dinosaur Fossils 10 kilometers east of Zigong City of Sichuan Province. The site is one of the most famous production areas of dinosaur fossils. Up till now, 58 hidden sites of dinosaur fossils have been discovered here.
Located in the Dragon Well Village -- a tea growing area south of the West Lake District in Hangzhou, the China Tea Museum was completed and opened to the public in October 1990. It occupies an area of 3,500 square meters and comprises 4 groups of buildings with displays outlining the traditions of growing tea south of the Yangtze River.
China National Silk Museum, opened to the public in February 1992, is located at the foot of Lianhua Peak of Yuhuang Mountain in Hangzhou City of Zhejiang Province. It is a museum dedicated to reflect over 5,000 years of silk development history in China.
The Hong Kong Ocean Park is a famous marine museum. Located between Aberdeen and Repulse Bay, the park sponsored by the Hong Kong Derby was prepared in 1969 and completed 1977. In July 1987, the park was changed from an affiliated organization of the Hong Kong Derby into the independent statutory organization for Hong Kong governor to appoint board members
The Hong Kong Museum of Tea Ware is a specialized museum. Located in the north side of Hong Kong Park and sponsored by the Hong Kong City Administrative Bureau, the museum was opened to the public in July 1984.
The Taipei Insect Science Museum, located at Chenggong High School of Taipei City, is one of the largest insect science museums in Asia. Covering an area of over 600 square meters, the museum was prepared in 1968 and completed in 1971
The Zigong Salt History Museum is a specialized museum of Chinese technological history. The site of the museum was built in 1736 and was originally a guildhall for salt merchants from Shaanxi Province during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
The Xiamen Overseas Chinese Museum is a comprehensive museum that highlights the history of overseas Chinese, and the only Chinese museum set up by overseas Chinese. Located at the foot of Fengchao (bee hive) Hill, the museum was founded by the eminent overseas Chinese philanthropist Chen Jiageng (Tan Kah-kee) in 1958 and opened to the public in May 1959.
The Huqing Yutang Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine is a specialized museum in China. Founded in October 1989, the museum is located at the original site of the Huqing Yutang Chinese Medicine Mill & Shop built in 1874 of the Qing Dynasty (1364-1911).