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China releases second batch of achievements in interpreting oracle bone inscriptions


The National Museum of Chinese Writing, located in Anyang City in central China's Henan Province, released on Thursday the second batch of outstanding results on the interpretation of oracle bone inscriptions, or "Jiaguwen."

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