Antiques to the Rescue - Netflix

Antiques to the Rescue is presented by John Foster. He attempts to help to prop up struggling historic houses by uncovering valuable heirlooms that the families can sell.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-09-19

Antiques to the Rescue - Haining - Netflix

Haining (simplified Chinese: 海宁; traditional Chinese: 海寧; pinyin: Hǎiníng) is a county-level city in Zhejiang Province, China, and under the jurisdiction of Jiaxing. It is in the south side of Yangtze River Delta, and in the north of Zhejiang. It is 125 km (78 mi) to the southwest of central Shanghai, and 61.5 km (38.2 mi) east of Hangzhou, the provincial capital. To its south lies the Qiantang River. The city has a land area of 700.5 km2 (270.5 sq mi) and at the 2010 census, had a population of 806,966 inhabitants. Haining is known for its leather industry and spectacular tide in the Qiantang River.

Antiques to the Rescue - History - Netflix

In May 1949 Haining County was occupied by the Communist Army. In June 1949 the county government was relocated to Xiashi Town. In October 1958 Haiyan County was merged into Haining. In December 1961 Haiyan County was re-established. In November 1986 Haining County was elevated to Haining City, under jurisdiction of Jiaxing. In history, Yanguan Town had long served as the seat of county government. During Second Sino-Japanese War, the county seat was moved to Yuanhua Town and even outside the county. After the war, the county government was formed in Xiashi Town.

Antiques to the Rescue - References - Netflix