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Forum on ‘The Ancient Civilisation of the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties in Henan Province’ Exhibition

Organised by the Hong Kong Museum of History
Venue: Lecture Hall, G/F, Hong Kong Museum of History
Seats: 139 seats, free admission, first come, first served. (Audience will be admitted 15 minutes before the forum starts)
Language: Putonghua
The Museum makes no representation concerning the contents of the forum.
The forum will be conducted in Putonghua and delivered in hybrid mode. You may click here to subscribe our YouTube channel for receiving notifications.

Subject to the consent from the speakers, video archives will be available on our online platform "Talking History, e-Go!".


Heavenly Mandate Mysterious Bird: Latest Archaeological Discoveries of Shang Dynasty in Henan Province

21 / 4 (Sun)

2:30 - 5pm

New Archaeological Discoveries and Studies on Shang Dynasty in Zhengzhou Area
Ms LI Suting
(Researcher, Henan Provincial Institute of Cultural Heritage and Archaeology)

Archaeological Discoveries and Findings from the Shang Noble Burials at Shuyuan Street in Zhengzhou
Mr HUANG Fucheng
(Researcher, Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Archaeology)

Recent Discoveries of Shang Archaeological Sites in the Surrounding Areas of Yinxu, Anyang
Mr LIU Yanjun
(Director, Anyang Institute of Cultural Heritage and Archaeology)

Professor PENG Peng
(Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

* Please click here to join the live broadcast

​The above programme is also one of the activities in the Chinese Culture Promotion Series. The LCSD has all along promoted Chinese history and culture through organising an array of programmes and activities to enable the public learn more about broad and profound Chinese culture. For more information, please visit

Programmes are subject to change without prior notice.

For programme details, please contact us at 2724 9082.


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