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Chengdu Center plays on ancient past to stoke future growth

[ 2017-03-27 ]
...site. The ruins were excavated from 2013 to 2014, when archeologists discovered a number of relics dating back to the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) up to the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), including city walls, streets, houses and yards, wells, ponds, as well as ceramics, coins and iro...

'Paradigm' shift in data analysis promises change

[ 2017-03-27 ]
The Big Data Industry Summit 2016 was held in Guiyang, Guizhou province, on May 25, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua] Statistics experts in hot demand as research into AI gathers pace in China, elsewhere A special statistical modeling competition was going on in a well-decorated office in no...

You snooze, you lose: HK must shed provincialism

[ 2017-03-24 ]
...u - now a prefectural-level city in central Jiangsu province - was made southern capital of China under Emperor Yang of Sui (reign 604-618 AD). With the completion of the Grand Canal at the end of the dynasty, Yangzhou experienced a rise in trade and prosperity from the Tang (618...

Zhouzhuang historical story: Chunluzhisi[1]

[ 2017-03-24 ]
...ing on the shore of Nanhu Lake in Zhouhzuang originates from an intriguing historical story: Chunluzhisi. During the Western Jin Dynasty (AD 265-316), a royal advisor named Zhang Han was said to be so homesick that he resigned from his prestigious post and returned to his hometo...

UK follows US with laptop flight ban

[ 2017-03-23 ]
...ears." Reaction from the affected airports' host governments was generally low-key, and Emirates turned the situation into a lighthearted ad extolling the strengths of its in-flight entertainment, entitled: "Who needs a laptop?" However, some potentially affected passengers sai...

UK follows US with laptop flight ban

[ 2017-03-23 ]
...ears." Reaction from the affected airports' host governments was generally low-key, and Emirates turned the situation into a lighthearted ad extolling the strengths of its in-flight entertainment, entitled: "Who needs a laptop?" However, some potentially affected passengers sai...

Exhibition highlights work by Dunhuang pioneer

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... World Heritage sites in 1987. The 735 caves are adorned with Buddhist murals and sculptures. The earliest date back to the fourth century AD. The latest were decorated in the 14th century. They record the history of Dunhuang, an oasis and a cultural crossroad on the Silk Road. Z...

Looking ahead

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... students and young people. Report to look at restoration of treasured cultural relics A massive 500,000-square-meter Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) archaeological site has been uncovered in Tongzhou, Beijing's new subcenter. Beijing invested 140 million yuan ($20.3 million) in the...

Bactrian bounty

[ 2017-03-21 ]
The three-month exhibition, Afghanistan: Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul, featuring artifacts from a legendary gold hoard, opens in Beijing's Palace Museum. Wang Kaihao reports. If you want to see artifacts from the Bactrian hoard, your time has come. A selection of ar...

Exhibition highlights work by Dunhuang pioneer

[ 2017-03-21 ]
While there is still debate over whether the studies of Zhang Daqian (1899-1983) of the murals in Dunhuang's Mogao Grottoes damaged the art, his work during a time of war and social upheaval is much prized. An ongoing exhibition in Beijing that'll run through April 12 offers tes...

Looking ahead

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... students and young people. Report to look at restoration of treasured cultural relics A massive 500,000-square-meter Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) archaeological site has been uncovered in Tongzhou, Beijing's new subcenter. Beijing invested 140 million yuan ($20.3 million) in the...

Exhibition highlights work by Dunhuang pioneer

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... World Heritage sites in 1987. The 735 caves are adorned with Buddhist murals and sculptures. The earliest date back to the fourth century AD. The latest were decorated in the 14th century. They record the history of Dunhuang, an oasis and a cultural crossroad on the Silk Road. Z...

Bactrian bounty[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2017-03-21 ]
...eum, also known as the Forbidden City, on Friday. The 231 exhibits are from the period covering the third century BC to the first century AD. They were unearthed from four archaeological sites in Afghanistan and give visitors a glimpse of the initial years of the Silk Road. ...

Looking ahead

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... students and young people. Report to look at restoration of treasured cultural relics A massive 500,000-square-meter Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) archaeological site has been uncovered in Tongzhou, Beijing's new subcenter. Beijing invested 140 million yuan ($20.3 million) in the...

Bactrian bounty[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2017-03-21 ]
...eum, also known as the Forbidden City, on Friday. The 231 exhibits are from the period covering the third century BC to the first century AD. They were unearthed from four archaeological sites in Afghanistan and give visitors a glimpse of the initial years of the Silk Road. ...

Bactrian bounty[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2017-03-21 ]
...eum, also known as the Forbidden City, on Friday. The 231 exhibits are from the period covering the third century BC to the first century AD. They were unearthed from four archaeological sites in Afghanistan and give visitors a glimpse of the initial years of the Silk Road. ...

Exhibition highlights work by Dunhuang pioneer

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... World Heritage sites in 1987. The 735 caves are adorned with Buddhist murals and sculptures. The earliest date back to the fourth century AD. The latest were decorated in the 14th century. They record the history of Dunhuang, an oasis and a cultural crossroad on the Silk Road. Z...

Fujian company sponsors German runner's Silk Road marathon

[ 2017-03-21 ]
...al Chinese figures — military strategist Sun Zi, who wrote The Art of War during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC), and Wu Zetian (AD 624-705), who was the only empress in China’s history. To Markus, they represent the wisdom and courage of ancient China. Modern Chinese p...

Bactrian bounty[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2017-03-21 ]
...eum, also known as the Forbidden City, on Friday. The 231 exhibits are from the period covering the third century BC to the first century AD. They were unearthed from four archaeological sites in Afghanistan and give visitors a glimpse of the initial years of the Silk Road. ...

Exhibition highlights work by Dunhuang pioneer

[ 2017-03-21 ]
... World Heritage sites in 1987. The 735 caves are adorned with Buddhist murals and sculptures. The earliest date back to the fourth century AD. The latest were decorated in the 14th century. They record the history of Dunhuang, an oasis and a cultural crossroad on the Silk Road. Z...
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