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Beijing :: China | 1 year ago

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In 1970, construction workers found in the south of the city a large hoard of gold and silverware produced in the Tang Dynasty (618-907)...Today one of the best-known tourist attractions nationwide and a must-see in the city, the site of the giant

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Deyang :: China | 1 year ago

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The Wenchuan earthquake created many new relics - ruins and debris since converted into memorials and museum exhibits...The temblor toppled hundreds of museum display cases in Sichuan province, shattering more than 2,000 items that had survived

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Bucharest :: Romania | 1 year ago

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The exhibition, part of a global tour to promote cultural exchanges between China and the world, will run until Aug 1. "We hope to offer a glimpse of China's 5,000-year civilization and an enjoyable visiting experience for the Romanian people," says

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Bucharest :: Romania | over 1 year ago

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Four of China's precious terracotta warriors and one terracotta horse are on display at an exhibition named "Treasures of China", which opened Monday in Bucharest, at the National Museum of Romania's History. In his speech at the opening ceremony of

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Bucharest :: Romania | over 1 year ago

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Treasure of China, a high-profile historical exhibition consisting of 101 Chinese civilization relics spanning the country's 5,000 year history, has arrived at the National Museum of Romanian History in Bucharest, Romania. The exhibition, which is p

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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They were a Chinese emperor's elite guards, faithful to the last. China's most famous warriors are back in San Francisco, and Chen Jia is on site to record their adventures. Returning to the City by the Bay for the first time in 20 years, China's

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Shanghai :: China | over 1 year ago

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China's first emperor leads the current exhibition of life-size terracotta warriors at the Asian Art Museum. With the exhibition China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy, the museum celebrates its 10th anniversary in the Civic Center

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Shanghai :: China | over 1 year ago

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Full screen March 15, 2013 The Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi (259-210 B.C.), discovered by chance in 1974, is often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. Bern's Historical Museum has opened an exhibition on China's fascinating

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Zhengzhou :: China | over 1 year ago

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Chinese paleoanthropologists have given the name Luanchuan Man to Homo erectus fossil specimens discovered in Central China's Henan province. The fossilized teeth of an early human were recently discovered at the Sunjiadong excavation site in

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Shanghai :: China | over 1 year ago

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Chinese scientists have found that the indoor environment where the Terracotta Warriors are housed could cause them to deteriorate, prompting some scientists to raise the idea of using air curtain technology to help control the environment in the

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