The exhibition brings together over 230 representative pieces of jade and pottery that were lately excavated from the Jiaojia archaeological site. This marks that for the first time these national treasures are unveiled to the public in the most complete array. Among the exhibits are large ritual wares such as jade battle-axes and jade knives, exquisite jade accessories and daily-use utensils. In ancient times, they were the symbols of supreme royalty, wealth or status. Today, they have a more important function and mission as the representative physical evidence of the traditional Chinese culture and they convey information about the mysterious and distant history. We are ready to take the opportunity of the new archeological discovery and the exhibition to unveil the ancient history, appreciate the ancient civilization and make unremitting efforts for sustained prosperity of the traditional Chinese culture.