Guan Qiang(China),Deputy Director and Member ofParty Committee,State Administration of CulturalHeritage (SACH).Cla
After his graduation from the Department of Archeology of Peking University (BA) in 1985 and later from the Department of Archeology of Jilin University (MA) in 1988, Mr. Guan entered Exhibition Department of the Palace Museum in July, 1988. During his work, Mr. Guan participated in a language programme (English) in Predeparture Training Department at Beijing Language and Culture University and then pursued further education on Archeology at Cairo University in Egypt. From 1993 to 1996, he was temporarily transferred to Cultural Relics Division II of State Administration of Cultural Heritage.
In 1997, Mr. Guan started to serve in the SACH, and successively worked for Archaeology Management Division, Department of Cultural Relics Preservations, and Administrative Office. In April 2009, he took the post of the Chief of Department of Cultural Relics Preservations and Archeology (Department of World Cultural Heritage). Since December 2015, he has served as Deputy Director of the SACH and member of its Party Committee, in charge of the Department of Science and Technology (Department of Museum and Cultural Relics), Beijing Luxun Museum (New Culture Movement Memorial of Beijing), Cultural Relics Publishing House, and Art Exhibitions China.
With fairly long-time experience of working with museums and cultural heritage preservation, Mr. Guan published academic articles as follows, Study on the Archaeological Relics in “Hetao Region” of Neolithic Age, Theoretical Breakthrough on the Protection of Street Blocks, etc.dythe Archaeological Relics in rotection of Street Block.