The Yin Ruins is a world culture heritage, and a key historical monument under state protection. More than 3,300 years ago, King Pangeng of the Shang Dynasty moved his capital to Yin (present- day Xiaotun village in Anyang), which served as the capital for 12kings of eight generations for 225 years, and created the splendid Yin-Shang civilization. After King Wu of the Zhou Dynasty( ?-1043 B.C.) sent armed forces to suppress Zhou and eliminate the Shang (1600-1046 B.C.), this capital city of Shang Dynasty that was flourishing for more than 200 years gradually became the Yin Ruins in history. In modern times, the Yin Ruins became famous in the world because of a large number of inscriptions on bones or tortoise shells and bronze wares excavated from the ruins, of which Simuwu recatangular ding(cooking vessel), weighing 437.5kg, ranks first of all the unearthed bronze wares in the world. The Yin Ruins covers an area of 36sq km, and is divided into the palace zone, royal tomb zone, graveyard, handicraft workshop zone, civilian residential zone, etc. It is the first site of an ancient capital city confirmed by historical documents, oracle bone inscriptions and archaeological excavations in Chinese history. Tens of thousands of bronze, jade and ivory wares excavated from the Yin Ruins show various shapes and postures, displaying the top carving and cast skills in the Yin-Shang period. They will make viewers gasp in admiration.