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Researchers find trickery in ancient Chinese divination 2013-05-14
Protests halt excavation on ancient mausoleum 2013-05-14
Cross-strait efforts target World Heritage status 2013-05-14
Sago Palms were Major Food Prior to Rice in Southern Areas of Ancient China 2013-05-10
Tibet confirms 46 cultural projects in 12th Five-Year Plan 2013-05-10
China eyes more protection of cultural relics 2013-05-08
Damage reported at Ming Tombs 2013-05-03
Calls for volunteers to guard historic sites 2013-05-03
Momentous map 2013-04-29
Animal sculptures to be returned to China 2013-04-29
China's retrieval of lost relics needs time 2013-04-29
Ancient map better preserved 2013-04-24
New museum showcases ancient water gate 2013-04-22
Huns, the Central Plains cultures clash and unite at exhibit 2013-04-22
Vice Premier urges efforts on moveable cultural relics census 2013-04-22
102 cultural relics sites damaged after earthquake 2013-04-22
Ancient map, oracle bones enshrined 2013-04-22
Western Great Wall renovation under way 2013-04-22
Preparation is under way for Grand Canal’s application for World Heritage 2013-04-16
The top 10 Archaeological Discoveries of China in 2012 announced 2013-04-15
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