Hubei Female Officials Visit Wuhan Tax Museum

March 19, 2014
By Zhu FenEditor: Leo Yin
Hubei Female Officials Visit Wuhan Tax Museum
President of Hubei Women's Federation, Peng Limin, accompanied by female government officials, visits the Wuhan Tax Museum on the afternoon of March 1, 2014 to celebrate the upcoming 104th International Women's Day. [Hubei Wonmen's Federation/Zhu Fen]
President of Hubei Women's Federation Peng Limin, accompanied by female government officials, visited the Wuhan Tax Museum on the afternoon of March 1, 2014, to celebrate the upcoming 104th International Women's Day. 
 
The 1700-square-meter museum has collected over 25,000 precious relics, and currently displays about 4,000 pieces for public viewing, including various tax bills used in ancient China. 
 
The museum presents a vivid introduction to Chinese 4,000-year tax history, through exhibited relics, pictures, written material and videos. 
 
The visitors agreed that tax has played a large role in the national economy, and spoke highly of the great contributions made by hard-working female tax workers. 
 
(Provided by Hubei Wonmen's Federation/Translated by womenofchina.cn)

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