Leaving no stone unturned

By Wang Kaihao | China Daily | Updated: 2021-03-11 08:05
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The Terracotta Warriors stand as a witness to the country's development in archaeology at the 2,200-year-old mausoleum of Qinshihuang in Shaanxi province's Xi'an. [Photo by Zhu Xingxin/China Daily]

The third edition of the Chinese Archaeology Congress, a high-level symposium, is expected to be held in Sanmenxia in October.

Both Liu and Wang highlight the importance of public participation in marking the anniversary.

Mass media will play a key role.

A five-episode documentary on the history of Chinese archaeology is being planned, Wang says, and China Media Group will present a variety show, titled Chinese Archaeology Conference, that will review the greatest discoveries of the past century.

The Chinese Society of Archaeology and China Cultural Relics News, an industry paper, will organize an appraisal of the "top 100 archaeological discoveries in China of the past 100 years", and a public poll will partially decide the final list.

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