The board should work with the built in IDE TFT library if you wire the display up as follows (this assumes you are using an UNO):
VCC => UNO 5V
GNC => UNO GND (aka 0V)
CLK => UNO pin 13
SDA => UNO pin 11
RS (also known as DC) => UNO pin 9
RST => UNO pin 8
CS => UNO pin 10
NC means "No connect" so those pins do not need to be wired up as they do nothing! It might look like one PCB track goes to an NC pin but the track path takes it to another adjacent pin.
The good news is that you do not need a logic level converter for that display, so it was a good choice.
These connections should work with any TFT Arduino example, such as Examples > TFT > Arduino > TFTDisplayText
If the examples do not work or there are some display problems the post back.
If the examples do work then post back anyway so that other forum readers know too.
Good luck with your project.