We have always been convinced that the diverse ancient traditional culture of China is an important spiritual source of the country’s economic development and social governance. It is an important pillar of our social values to respect and protect the tangible and intangible cultural heritages and help them to be restored and integrated into the modern society in appropriate forms. Over the years, we have taken part in many projects for preservation and revitalization of cultural and religious heritages in Tibet as a sacred land for Tibetan Buddhism and Tai’an as the birthplace of Confucianism.