From uncovering the 600-year-old imprint of the Forbidden City, to exploring the mirror legends, digital codes, and handed down cultural relics in the Forbidden City... During these two months of exploring the Forbidden City, various eye-opening elements of the Forbidden City have become The wonderful "news" that make people shine.

At 20:30 this Saturday, the third season of "New to the Forbidden City" will usher in a wonderful finale.

Deng Lun, Wei Chen, and Nie Yuan, the developers of the Forbidden City literature innovations, will complete the last exploration of the Forbidden City this season. While searching for the most magical colors of the Forbidden City, they will appreciate the unique color aesthetics of the Forbidden City.

 "Climbing to the top" Hall of Nourishment of Heart "Revealing Tiles on the House"

The magical color aesthetics of the Forbidden City amazes everyone

  Different from the previous explorations in the interior of the Forbidden City, the developers of cultural and creative products will board the roof of the Hall of Nourishment, which is under major repair, to explore the most magical colors of the Forbidden City.

Such a special trip to the Forbidden City is a "first experience" worth remembering even for Deng Lun, who has been on the ceiling of the Dongnuan Pavilion and the Zhongcui Palace.

There are more than 1,800 pieces of various precious cultural relics in this Hall of Nourishing the Heart, where eight emperors have lived.

However, the dragon pattern in the clue this time is hidden in a tile on the roof of the Hall of Yangxin.

According to Zhang Dian, a senior engineer of the Palace Museum, there are 81,640 tiles recorded in the Yangxin Hall area so far, and 18,396 tiles with identification information.

Can they find the same dragon pattern in tens of thousands of tiles?

  In order to find the most magical colors in the Forbidden City, the three of them ran around with great pains.

In the Huangji Hall, which has rich colors and various dragon patterns, they followed the Palace Museum experts to learn more about the rare but extraordinary grand feast of the "Thousands of Old Men" in history.

In the Department of Cultural Protection, Science and Technology of the Palace Museum, the three people also discovered a colorful and exquisite lacquerware—the Wanli black lacquer and painted inlaid dragon pattern box.

As a masterpiece of the Ming Dynasty lacquer craftsmanship, the dragon-patterned box craftsmanship is complex, involving four crafts: color painting, gold tracing, inlaying of snails, and flat gold and silver pieces. The dazzling and gorgeous appearance caused Deng Lun to exclaim: "My God, this is really good. Look!" Does this dragon box also contain the most magical colors of the Forbidden City?

 Deng Lun presents students with a unique closing ceremony to make a "sustainable" environmentally friendly gift box

  Time flies, and the season of the show comes to an end.

As a creative product developer who has accompanied the Forbidden City for three seasons, Deng Lun also prepared a closing ceremony for everyone.

In the show, as soon as this meaningful gift was announced, everyone was plunged into memories of the Forbidden City experts.

At the scene, Nie Yuan bluntly said that he would like to communicate with experts if he had the opportunity; Wei Chen also thought of teacher Li Yongge who looked like him; Deng Lun said that the "mirror brothers" who impressed most were Wang Zilin and Wang Guangyao, and sighed: " Not only are some academic issues that shock you, but they also have a kind of persistence that will also infect you." What exactly is this "valuable" gift?

Why did Deng Lun express such emotions?

  What is worth looking forward to is that the students from Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts and Jiangnan University also carefully designed two exquisite and environmentally-friendly gift boxes.

At the end of the year, excessive packaging of gift boxes has always been a hot topic among the public.

This time, the students not only cleverly integrated Chinese traditional elements into the gift box, but also followed the "zero waste" concept advocated by the Forbidden City and designed the gift box into a sustainable and environmentally friendly product.

The two nut gift boxes are delicious and fun, and each has its own characteristics. In the end, which team's work can catch up with this season's "last train" and successfully launch a new one?

For more excitement, stay tuned for the third season of "The Forbidden City" broadcast on Beijing Satellite TV and iQiyi at 20:30 this Saturday.