Here’s a look at the internationally famous terracotta warriors. I got the shot when we visited China in 2007 on our visit to Xi’an. Quite impressive is an understatement of the experience. 71 more words
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Today I am celebrating the discovery of the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, China in 1974. Some farmers were digging a well not far from the site where Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, was laid to rest in 210 BC. 1,007 more words
Dragon Trip Entry 4: Chengdu, Xi'an and in transit to DengFeng (closest village to the Shaolin temple)
Long journal ahead! So much has been happening on this leg of our trip I will try my best not to miss anything!
Once we arrived in Chengdu, after our 25 hour train ride, we all spent some time relaxing before trekking out for tea. 1,452 more words
In which we finally see the terracotta warriors and I search in vain for non-squat toilets in Western China..
The first day in Xi’an, I learn three things: 1,040 more words