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  • Song Xinchao, Deputy Director of the National Cultural Heritage Administration (NCHA), and his entourage, have recently surveyed the work of cultural relics in Jinze of Qingpu, with Wang Lingyu, Deputy District Governor, accompanied.

    Song and his entourage went to Jinze Art Center and Yihao Buddhist Temple and other places in succession for investigation, and listened to briefings on the work of cultural relics protection by relevant officials of the District Administration of Culture, Broadcasting, Films & Television, and Jinze Town. Speaking highly of the important value of the cultural relic resources in Jinze Town and the district’s achievements in the protection, management and utilization of cultural relics, Song put forward some guiding suggestions on how to protect cultural relics in the next step. Song said that it was necessary to strengthen the study and exchange, update the working methods, and actively study and learn from the advanced experience, constantly improving the quality of cultural relics conservation. Efforts should be strengthened to publicize the knowledge of cultural relics protection, so that the general public could understand basic elements of laws and regulations about the protection of cultural relics. We should create a good atmosphere of protecting and caring for cultural heritages in the whole society.

    Song and his entourage visited such cultural protection units as Yingxiang Bridge and Puqing Bridge of Jinze Town as well.

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