According to the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, outstanding universal value is at the core of the definition of World Heritage. Any type of heritage, natural, cultural or mixed, can only be inscribed as World Heritage when it is identified as having outstanding universal value. The Law of Cultural Heritage Protection in the Peoples Republic of China, the second specific law on heritage protection, was enacted in 1982 and amended in 2002. An interpretation hall is a common method of displaying underground remains in a cultural heritage or archaeological context. We have included this method in the interpretation strategies at Yinxu. Given the uniqueness of Yinxu in Chinese archaeological history, the group A foundations in the palace and shrine area excavated in the 1930s by the Institute of Historical and Linguistic Research was chosen to be the subject for display. The partial reconstruction was built in-situ with every single pillar in its original position.