This museum in Jiangnan was an important manufacturing and trading base for bricks and roof tiles during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now, the Wuxi Museum of Kiln Cluster group is still silently recounting the popular “brick-tile culture” beside the canal. China is the birthplace of sintering bricks. During the neolithic period, the Chinese invented the world’s first piece of baked brick in the Yangtze River Basin. Traditional Chinese architecture has played the biggest part in the brick art. The distinctive designs of up-curved eave corners and brick carvings featuring strong Chinese cultural elements offer unique perspectives of Chinese civilization. The Construction Kiln has a thousand years of history in Wuxi. The city has become an important brick origin in Jiangnan. Because Wuxi is along the Grand Canal, with very convenient water transportation, brick and tile manufacturing has thrived here.