Live: Stories behind the excavation process at Sanxingdui
Updated 11:10, 20-Mar-2021

The Sanxingdui site has been described as an awakening from a 3,000-year slumber to amaze the whole world. In 1986, two large sacrificial pits dating back to ancient China's Shang Dynasty (1600 BC-1046 BC) were discovered. Bronze work, jade and gold artifacts, stone walls and ivory have been excavated at the site. What are the stories behind the excavation process at Sanxingdui? What can new discoveries tell us? Join CGTN for more.

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