Zhejiang section Shenshen mark Sanjiangkou heritage protection rectification project key block located in the park in front of Qing'an Hall (data picture) China Grand Canal "Shenzhen", has been in full swing. Yesterday, the reporter learned from the Hangzhou Canal Comprehensive Insurance Committee that the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal will welcome the on-site assessment and acceptance of international experts at the end of September. Moreover, the China Grand Canal (Zhejiang Section) has its own heritage mark, the Grand Canal (Hangzhou section) heritage. Districts also have identification signs and boundary pillars. The heritage mark of the Grand Canal (Zhejiang Section) is the main design element of the main channel of the Zhejiang section of the Grand Canal and the developed water network system. The traditional Chinese engraving art is used as a means of expression, and the canal water, the "Zhe", the land of fish and rice, and the luck The elements of the starting point and the humanistic spirit are organically combined, which means that the water of the Grand Canal is endless and the culture has a long history. On the whole, it is faint to see a "Zhe" word. The construction of the heritage pillar and the heritage mark of the Grand Canal (Hangzhou section) lasted about three months and has been fully completed. The relevant person in charge of the Hangzhou Canal Comprehensive Insurance Committee revealed: “There are 154 standard-type heritage boundary pillars, 86 standard buffer boundary pillars, 126 small-scale heritage boundary points, and 62 buffer boundary points.” In addition, heritage monitoring The center was officially opened. In order to monitor and manage the canal in real time, the 245-square-meter Heritage Monitoring Center monitors the “every move” of the Hangzhou section. There are 8 46-inch LCD screens in the center, which means that as soon as you enter the heritage area, you will automatically enter the monitoring area. “There are a total of 597 road monitoring. The monitoring content mainly includes three aspects: heritage ontology, human behavior and natural disasters.” The center staff introduced, “This system can effectively observe the dynamics of various elements of the Hangzhou section in 24 hours, such as Rivers, historical and cultural blocks and ancient buildings, etc.. Especially when monitoring threats, the center will analyze and evaluate, and issue corresponding warning information and protection management instructions in time to achieve real-time supervision. In the “World Canal Heritage World Heritage Text” submitted to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, the Chinese Grand Canal is divided into ten major river sections, namely the Tongji Canal Section, the Yongji Canal Section, the Huaiyang Canal Section, and the Jiangnan Canal Section. , Zhejiang East Canal Section, Tonghui River Section, North Canal Section, South Canal Section, Huitong River Section and Zhonghe Section. The Zhedong Canal, which is connected to the sea by Ningbo and connected to the Maritime Silk Road, serves as the city at the end of the Zhejiang East Canal and is also the southern end of the Chinese Grand Canal. The Zhedong Canal began in the Spring and Autumn Period and is in line with the current Hangyong Canal. It is an important part of the Grand Canal of China. In addition to communicating with the inland waterway in the southeastern part of Hangzhou Bay, the Zhedong Canal has its main purpose and core value, providing the Grand Canal with an excellent seaport that integrates foreign trade and the marine economy. Because of a grand canal, Ningbo has become a place where Central Plains culture and Zhedong culture blend. At one time, the Ning Band of the Zhejiang East Canal was also one of the most important passages for the ancient Korean peninsula and Japanese envoys and monks to come to China. Because of this, it changed the closed state of Ningbo for a long time. Ningbo, with its unique location development advantages, provides the greatest possible and best choice for the development and value realization of the Grand Canal by the Zhedong Canal. It is understood that at the end of September, international experts will conduct a comprehensive assessment of the Zhejiang section of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal (Jiangnan Canal and Zhedong Canal).