The National Museum of China for the first time is exhibiting its oracle bone collections on a large scale.
The two-month exhibition marks the 120th anniversary of the oracle bone inscription discovery.
It features nearly 200 valuable relics, including oracle bones and shells, bronze ware, jade and books.
Oracle bone inscriptions are important materials for studying the original configuration of Chinese characters.
First unearthed in 1899, oracle bone inscriptions were listed by UNESCO in the Memory of the World Register in 2017.