Follow the hosts to step into the world of the ancient Shu Kingdom.
You have seen the logo in Chengdu many times — printed on the taxi, placed high atop the flyover — but you may not have a clear idea of what it is.
The logo is the city symbol of Chengdu, with it's pattern copied on the basis of the "Gold Sunbird", a relic found at the Jinsha Site in the western suburbs of Chengdu.
The excavation of Jinsha Site is one of China's most important archaeological discoveries at the start of the 21st century.
A total of more than 6,000 precious relics, including the gold foil of the "Gold Sunbird", jade, bronze, stoneware, tons of elephant tusks, and pieces of pottery and ceramics, have been unearthed at the Jinsha Site, believed as the remains of the ancient Shu Kingdom.
Mysteries still remain about the ancient Shu Kingdom of more than 3,000 years ago. Who are they? What was the people's life like? Where did they come from and where did they go?
So follow the hosts of the livestream to step into the world of the ancient Shu Kingdom, and you will come to know an unexpected guest in our livestream at the Jinsha Site.
The livestream is to be reported bilingual. We will also provide 20 tickets to Jinsha Site (each person could get two tickets) for 10 lucky viewers. Looking forward to seeing you.
Time: 14:30-16:30, Sept.20
Watch the livesteam at GoChengdu Weibo Account: Gochengdu-Live, Facebook: Go Chengdu and一直播ID (Yizhibo): 213992858