As for the claim that the terracotta warriors and horses are the “eighth wonder of the world,” it takes a lot of nights. In fact, this was raised by Chirac, who was the mayor of Paris at the time and then the president of France, when he visited the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang in 1978. According to the memories of Han Xiaoan from the Press Office of the Foreign Affairs Office of Shaanxi, as a senior archaeological and cultural relics lover, Chirac, after visiting Pit No. 1 of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang on the afternoon of September 23, 1978, praised the terracotta warriors and the old “Seven Wonders of the World”. Tied together, it can be called “the eighth wonder of the world.” At first, this comment did not attract the attention of the Chinese side, but the reporters from AFP and Le Monde who accompanied Chirac at the time recorded it, and reported Chirac’s comments in Paris, which aroused the attention of the French. Generally concerned. It was in the 1980s that Chirac’s comments were “exported to domestic sales,” and they were noticed by the domestic authoritative media. They carried out numerous reports in the country and became well-known to the people. Obviously, when Chirac proposed the Terracotta Warriors and Horses as the “Eight Wonders of the World”, there were both the excitement of travelers in Herodotus’s time when they checked out the landmarks of exotic civilizations, and the shock of later generations when they faced the grand ruins of ancient times. So, is it possible that the archaeological discoveries of Sanxingdui will make Sanxingdui the “ninth wonder of the world”? What needs to be clarified is that large buildings are not absent in the Sanxingdui site. According to archaeological discoveries, a total of seven sections of rammed city walls of Wuhua soil were found at Sanxingdui site, namely, the east city wall, the south city wall, the west city wall, the moon bay city wall, the Sanxingdui city wall, the Cangbaobao city wall and the north city wall. The total area of the city is 3.5 square meters. Kilometers. Among the city sites, the most ambitious building is Qingshanguan F1, which is built on a rammed earth platform and covers an area of more than 1,000 square meters. The existing “Seven Wonders of the World” Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt has a base area of 56,900 square meters, which is 56.9 times the size of Qingshan Pass F1. Therefore, from the standpoint of a single building, the scale of Qingshanguan F1 is obviously not as large as the Pyramid of Khufu, one of the “Seven Wonders of the World”. Therefore, although there are indeed large buildings at the Sanxingdui site, their size is not outstanding. From this point of view, the archaeological discoveries at Sanxingdui do not feature “large scale” as their main feature. Since the Sanxingdui site cannot be called a “large scale,” then can it be used as a “landmark” for people from other countries to recognize China? Judging from the current archaeological discoveries, although the Sanxingdui site represents the premier bronze civilization in Shu during the same period, it can hardly surpass the Anyang Yin Ruins in the Central Plains and become the representative of civilization on the land of China in the same period. This is mainly because the academic circles generally believe that although the Sanxingdui civilization represented by the Sanxingdui site has its own characteristics, it should be a Fang Kingdom during the Shang Dynasty, and it was dominated by the Shang civilization represented by the Anyang Yin Ruins of the same period. Not only that, before Sanxingdui, there were many cultural Icon jewels in China: Whether it is the terracotta warriors and horses that have been positioned as the “eighth wonder of the world” or the Great Wall, which is sometimes on the “list of wonders of the world”, they look better than those in Sanxingdui. The IP must be large, and it has the “recognition” that represents the Chinese civilization. Because of this, the Sanxingdui site can hardly be called the “ninth wonder of the world.” However, when we stop at the Sanxingdui site today, we will inevitably be amazed at this brilliant civilization thousands of years ago. This and the ancient travelers who traveled through the Mediterranean and the Middle East stayed on the side of the “Seven Wonders of the World” and sighed at the glorious years. It seems to be the same. If so, whether it is called the “Ninth Wonder of the World” or not, if the Sanxingdui site can attract people to “wander around, it is enough for the most audio-visual entertainment,” it is not a “trustworthy Coke”.