Yin Ruins Museum

On February 26, China Xinhua News Agency reported that the new Yin Ruins Museum in Anyang, Henan Province, was officially opened on February 26, which is the first major thematic museum in China to show the business civilization in a panoramic view. Yin Ruins is the first capital site of the late Shang Dynasty that has been documented and confirmed by archaeological excavations and oracle bone inscriptions in Chinese history. The exhibition hall of the new Yinxu Museum covers an area of 22,000 square meters, displaying nearly 4,000 sets of cultural relics such as bronzes, pottery, jade and oracle bones. The number and types of cultural relics on display are the most extensive exhibitions of cultural relics in the Shang Dynasty. Among them, more than three-quarters of the precious cultural relics were unveiled for the first time, and a series of new archaeological achievements were displayed for the first time.