Around the 10th century, Maya people mystically fled their hometown and were nowhere to be found. Copán, Honduras, once a thriving Mesoamerican city, has become an important archaeological site since its discovery by Spanish explorers in 1570. Mysteries are yet to be fully revealed. In the last few years, Chinese archaeologists have been traveling to Copán twice a year to conduct research on Maya civilization. In this programme, we follow archaeologists Li Xinwei and Li Moran on site and have them sharing stories on their work and life in Honduras, as well as archaeological discoveries that piece together bits of Copán society and Maya civilization from more than a thousand years ago.