The “Hou Mu Wu” bronze ding (food container) is reported to have been unearthed at Wuguan Village, Anyang, Henan Province in the 1930s, with its abdominal inscription giving it its name. The shape of this ding is square and its body is huge, making it appear both majestic and solemn. It weighs 832.84 kg, making it the heaviest known bronze ware from ancient China. It fully demonstrates the massive production scale and outstanding technical achievements of the bronze casting industry at that time, representing the height of bronze culture development during the period.