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The Mystery of Qin Shi Huang’s Everlasting Lamps 

Qin Shi Huang was the first emperor in China and his achievements were outstanding. He ended the war among kingdoms and realized the first...

6 Amazing Places You Must Visit in China

When people think of visiting China, their minds are largely filled with images of strolling on top of the Great Wall or walking down...

Terracotta Warriors Guarding Immortality Exhibition

The feature exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in Melbourne is the Terracotta Warriors and Cai Guo-Qiang, combining ancient Chinese artifacts with...

Sword of Goujian Found to Be Sharp and Untarnished After 2,000 Years

When an archaeological team excavated ancient tombs of the Chinese Spring and Autumn Period (771 to 476 B.C.), they discovered a long sword covered...

Science Sheds Light on Mystery of Terracotta Army Weapons

The chrome plating on the Terracotta Army bronze weapons — once thought to be the earliest form of anti-rust technology — derives from a...

The Case of the Terracotta Thumb Theft

The theft of the ancient Chinese terracotta soldier’s finger by a U.S. citizen has stirred up quite a debate. While China has demanded the...

The Chinese Terracotta Warriors

The Chinese Terracotta Warriors, also known as the Terracotta Army, come from the most significant archaeological excavation of the 20th century, and one of...

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