Beijing Arts & Crafts Museum (BACM), founded in 1987 and run by Beijing Gongmei Group, is one of the first museums to be owned by enterprises. Its voluminous collections of arts and crafts, a total of 3,000 rare pieces, are comparable to that of any provincial museum. Every year, it receives a great deal of visitors from home and abroad.
Located on the fifth floor of Parkson Department Store, is a museum to prove that contemporary Chinese craftsmanship is every bit as good as it was during the Tang dynasty. Many items suggest otherwise, particularly large chunks of jade painstakingly carved into monuments, and ceramic statues of arhats picking the wax from their ears. But it's a good introduction to traditional crafts and where they are produced in China.
BACM collects more than 3,000 pieces fine arts & crafts wares, including prestigious china traditional arts and crafts of "Jade Carving , Ivory Carving, Cloisonné and Carved Lacquer", also collects some handicrafts "gold filigree inlaid ware, antique porcelain, ancient bronze ware, valued embroidery works, gold lacquer and personality Chinese paintings and calligraphy works. Visiting Beijing Arts & Crafts Museum seems marching into the artistic palace. The masterpieces make you full of passion; they are entirely marvelous artistic works. You may feel that it’s a perfect integration from the bronze shape and jade carving. The white jade Jigong Monk is designed and carved by Master Wang Shu-sen; it’s praiseworthy by every visitor. Master Liu De-ying is good at carving flower & birds. He created coral "All the Birds Worshipped the Phoenix", attracts everyone. Among them the agate Dragon Plate is well known at home and abroad. Generally each exhibit shows us that Chinese people’s wisdom and talent.