Majin Fu, the Chinese farmer who lives in Muslim-majority region of Ningxia in Haiyuan Province, has collected the manuscript copies from different places both inside China and elsewhere.
Some of the copies in the collection are invaluable as they date back to around one thousand years ago.
The farmer has allowed TV networks to film the copies, which he keeps in a 10-meter room, for the first time.
Majin Fu learned the Quran early in childhood and started collecting rare copies of the Holy Book in 1993.
The number of the manuscript copies in his collection, which include a wide variety of styles and calligraphy forms, are more than 600.
Muslims are believed to have been in China for the last 1,400 years of continuous interaction with Chinese society. Some sources indicate that about 1–2 percent of the total population in China are Muslims.