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Poem of the Week, by Lisel Mueller

Long ago, only fifteen years after they were first discovered by farmers digging a well near Xian, I went to see the terracotta warriors. The memory haunts me. 328 more words

Terracotta Warriors of China

The main attraction to visit while in the city of Xi’an, China, is the grave of the first emperor Qin Shi Huang and his famed terracotta warriors.   264 more words

Rayna The Explorer

Travelling with pain #arthritis #chronicpain #fibromyalgia

Travelling when you suffer with chronic pain can be a tricky endeavour. Let’s face it, leaving the comfort zone and stepping out into the unknown is a high risk manoeuvre if you suffer from frequent or reoccurring pain. 797 more words


Xi’an, China | Asia Adventure 2016

Following our adventures in Beijing and the Great Wall, our G Adventures tour group headed to Xi’an, which is about a two-hour flight south west of Beijing. 1,149 more words


The Silk Road: Xi'an, the ancient capital of China

So we begin our journey along the Silk Road!

Just last week, I came back from a two-week trip, where we essentially followed the Silk Road from Xi’an all the way to Xinjiang (the edge of China). 693 more words


ZhengZhou/Xi'An Day 4: Terracotta Warriors & Hua Qing Hot Springs Pool (兵马俑&华清池)

THE LONG-AWAITED TERRACOTTA WARRIORS (兵马俑)TOUR!!!!!!! Yas Mummy Ong is carrying the NTU umbrella in Xi’An HAHAHA.

Okay before I start on this, I just wanna record down this stupid incident that occurred because I wanted to save SGD$30. 1,413 more words