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Updated: 2023-05-11 06:20 ( China Daily )
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A gold-inlaid turquoise ornament unearthed from a tomb at the Panlongcheng Site. [Photo provided to China Daily]

According to Li Liusan, director of the China Academy of Cultural Heritage, in the past five years, the legal framework of the national archaeological site parks has been continuously improved, and cultural heritage has been steadily promoted.

Out of the 55 parks, 33 are covered by local regulations protecting cultural relics. These are issued by local governments. Seven parks have issued new regulations for site protection and 10 parks have started or completed the revision of their cultural heritage protection plans, ensuring the continuous, scientific and effective development of heritage protection.

With a total planned area of 67,000 hectares, the 55 parks presently have 25,000 hectares of land under management, and 46 have museums. Another 42 have archaeological workstations and 54 have visitor service centers and office buildings.

A total of 465 archaeological and scientific research projects and 633 academic activities have been conducted in the 55 parks, including 35 international academic conferences and 179 domestic academic conferences.

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