（浙江省普查办 曾昭明 ）
The Academy Started Cultural Relics Identification
On December 5th, the leading group for the first national mobile cultural relics census in Zhejiang Province organized a group of experts led by Chai Xuanhua, the director of Cultural Relics Identification and Inspection Office, to went to CAA for identifying cultural relics officially. With the close cooperation from CAA, the expert group gave a preliminary conclusion the same day that about 340 cultural relics were in the range of the census, including 1 for national second-level and 14 for national third-level.
As one of the most complete, well-equipped and earliest national higher art academies in China, CAA has profound cultural and art accumulations and is an important place to collection mobile cultural relics. Therefore, CAA was a key unit in the census. According to an investigation last year and a visit paid by experts from provincial level in March, CAA had different sorts of cultural relics for more than 30, 000 (uncertain), including ancient books, paintings and calligraphy, shadow puppet, Bauhaus-style works, ceramics, woodcarvings, bamboo carvings, sculptures, statues, etc. As a provincial-level university, the census will be completed by experts from provincial-level identification office in accordance with hierarchical implementation.
Before, the open of the meeting for mobile cultural relics census on October 28th marked the census in CAA entered into concrete implementation phase. According to the policy from the central government and Zhejiang Province, CAA should finish identifying all its cultural relics in 2014 and acquire and register the information of these relics by the end of 2015. So the next step is that the provincial census office would keep in touch CAA and guided it in order to acquire and register the information of these relics in time.
(Zhejiang Province Census Office Zeng Zhaoming)