source：china daily editor：zhang wenni
exhibits include a dragon-shaped roof ornament（left）；a tiger-shaped bronze musical instrument from the spring and autumn period (770-476 bc) on show at the national museum of china（middle）;exhibits include a porcelain bowl from the northern song dynasty (960-1127)(right).[photo by lin qi/china daily]
and porcelain excavated from the baijiao no 1 shipwreck, in dinghai bay, fujian province, is also on display. beginning in 1989, it was one of the country's first underwater archaeological sites. several excavations over the years also involved cooperation with australian counterparts from the university of adelaide and the western australian maritime museum.
zhuang lina from the national museum of china's archaeology institution says that over the years they have been pursuing a cross-disciplinary working method, and pushing forward the integration of technology into archaeological excavations, which have become a new tradition of the museum so as to better serve the country and its people.