China, Switzerland cooperate to revive relics at unique museum

by swisschambei in Culture & Society

On March 17, the batch of metal artifacts unearthed from Liye, restored by experts from the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage with funding from the Swiss Federal Office of Culture (FOC), were presented at the Liye Qin Slips Museum. That same day, the Movable Cultural Relics Institute of the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage – Liye Working Station was officially established, signifying that local cultural heritage conservation and research work has taken a new step forward. “We believe that cultural heritage belongs to all mankind. Most of Switzerland’s tangible cultural heritages are well preserved, and Switzerland will continue to promote the protection of cultural heritage in partner countries including China,” Swiss Ambassador to China Jürg Burri said during a visit to the exhibition of the restored artifacts.

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