"Into the Samsung Pile to read the Chinese Civilization" event

"Into the Samsung Pile to read the Chinese Civilization" event

  This newspaper Deyang May 29 (Reporter Zhao Xiaoxia, Wang Wei, Wang Mingfeng) In order to better understand Samsungan culture, May 28, the State Administration, the State Cultural Relics Bureau, Sichuan Provincial People’s Government in Guanghan, Sichuan The city Samsung Pile Museum jointly organized the theme of "Into the Samsung Pile to read the Chinese Civilization". The event invited more than 200 representatives from the consulates from many countries and regions, representatives and media reporters from the trade promotion agency and media reporters, into Samsungdu, archaeological excavation scenes and museums, and feel the charm of the ancient Chinese culture.

United Nations Telecom, Greek National Archaeological Museum, etc. specializes in video, expressing congratulations on major archaeological discovery for Samsungdu. Samsungi culture is an important part of the Chinese civilization, and it is a common treasure of human civilization. The latest archaeological discovery of Samsung, let Samsung have once again become a hot spot at home and abroad.

On the afternoon, the theme event invited Chinese and foreign media reporters into Samsungdu Archaeological excavation scene, and released the latest progress and results of Samsung Piles from the introduction of the introduction of the archaeological shed. Up to now, nearly 200,000 cultural relics such as ivory, bronze, gold, jade, etc. in 6 "sacrificial pits" are newly discovered, and the latest bronze tops are unveiled and become highlights. The next step will continue to be scientifically prepared to do a good job in archaeological excavation, cultural relics and cultural relics protection work, accelerate the construction of Samsung Stack National Ruins Park, and continue to promote the Chinese excellent traditional culture in the Samsung Pile, and innovate development. (Editor: Gao Hongxia, Luo Wei) Sharing let more people see.