World heritage triggers deep exploration on Chinese civilization

Added On July 15, 2019

According to China's top cultural heritage official Liu Yuzhu, China will step up efforts to conduct comprehensive archaeological research and in-depth discussion about the development of civilization in the region using advanced technologies, such as remote sensing and biotechnology.

The head of the National Cultural Heritage Administration said that China will strengthen international cooperation in archaeological work and promote research on global subjects, including the origin of human being and civilizations. 
The research will have a focus on issues like communication and trade between Chinese civilization and neighboring cultures.  
The Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City were recognized by the UNESCO World Heritage List as a cultural site on July 6, bringing the total number of Chinese sites on the list to 55, top of the world.