Live: Behind the scenes with archaeologists at Sanxingdui

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Most recently in June, hundreds of ivory, bronze and jade artefacts were discovered at the Sanxingdui ruins site, located in Guanghan City, southwest China’s Sichuan Province. What’s the significance of these findings? How do they add to our understanding of the ancient Shu civilization in China? Join CGTN’s Nicole Ng at the world renowned #Sanxingdui site to learn how millennia-old relics are being excavated and stored. #CGTNonsite

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