There are four types of people who use the Chinese Archaeology Website: specialists and their students, archaeological enthusiasts, the media, and other websites and organisations. Scientific establishments have an advantage in creating websites in that they have academic strength and resources; we have done our best to exploit this advantage. The future of disseminating archaeology lies in public archaeology, and public archaeology has been our goal since the website was established. We have consistently strengthened the form and content of our dissemination of archaeological knowledge, and we have made our forums more open so that readers and users can participate. The Chinese Archaeology Website team will continue to work hard to listen to the public, making the website both a professional site and a window on culture and archaeology. The public will be able to participate, enhancing the websites function as a platform for dissemination and exchange and as a fruitful garden for public archaeology.