Beijing, Sichuan sign cultural heritage cooperation agreement

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The Beijing Municipal Cultural Heritage Bureau and Sichuan Provincial Cultural Heritage Administration recently signed an agreement establishing a strategic cooperation framework.

The agreement aims to strengthen cooperation in areas such as world cultural heritage application and management, archaeological research, museums and exhibitions, in order to promote the high-quality development of cultural relics and heritage.

Both Beijing and Sichuan possess abundant cultural heritage resources and are ranked among the top in the country in terms of the number of world cultural heritage sites, immovable and movable cultural relics, and museums. The signing of the agreement will facilitate the development of a series of cooperation and exchange activities between cultural institutions and museums in Beijing and Sichuan.

The two sides will cooperate in archaeological and historical research, particularly focusing on important sites like Sanxingdui and Liulihe. They will also work together to protect and preserve revolutionary relics, establish an alliance for the protection and utilization of revolutionary relics, and organize joint exhibitions on revolutionary relics.

In addition, Beijing and Sichuan plan to hold an exhibition at the Capital Museum in Beijing, showcasing archaeological discoveries from the Sanxingdui Ruins. The exhibition will feature more than 10,000 cultural relics from six sacrificial pits of the ruins, including bronze, gold and jade wares, as well as ivory carvings.

In the future, more cultural and museum resources from Beijing and Sichuan will be shared between the regions. The two sides will collaborate to build a platform for museum exhibition and exchange, organize joint exhibitions and establish a mechanism for staff exchanges and training.

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