Sanxingdui culture is certainly part of ancient Chinese civilization, but Sanxingdui culture has certain differences with the Shang culture in the Central Plains. From the study of the cultural relics unearthed in Sanxingdui, it can be found that although the Yin and Shang Dynasty and Sanxingdui Ancient Country, the civilization center of the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, are separated by more than 1,000 kilometers, they are inextricably linked more than 3,000 years ago. Among the jade weapons and ritual objects such as Ge, Zhang, Cong, Bi, Huan and Yuan unearthed at the Sanxingdui site, most of the artifacts have obvious Shang cultural factors; the unearthed are equivalent to the bronze ritual objects from the upper layers of Erligang and the first phase of Yinxu In the middle, container shapes such as zun, ampoule, plate and lid are common shapes in this period of Shang culture, and the decoration of utensils is also the decoration style of Shang culture. With the further deepening of excavation work and cultural relic research, in the second phase of Yin Ruins, a large number of unique local style artifacts appeared in the Ge and Zhang of jade tools. Although the bronze statue is close to the Yin Shang culture or the middle reaches of the Yangtze River in southern Shaanxi Similar artifacts unearthed in the Hanzhong area, but the ornamentation of the artifacts is very local style, showing strong local ethnic characteristics, which also shows that the ancient Shu people behind the Sanxingdui cultural site have gradually begun to give birth to a bronze civilization with ancient Shu cultural characteristics. But it is worth noting that this does not mean that the Sanxingdui culture does not belong to the ancient Chinese civilization. In fact, the ancient Chinese civilization is a diversified combined civilization. It is represented by the Yin and Shang culture in the Central Plains, as well as the Liangzhu culture in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and the Sanxingdui culture in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River.