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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

Bucket List: Terracotta Warriors

I’m sure I first learned about these ancient warriors in some social studies class. For some reason, they stuck in my memory.

I never really expected to see them in person, but when we found we had an extra day in Xian, it quickly made our agenda. 149 more words


CHINA: Xi'an (西安)

We only had a chance to spend one day/night in Xi’an, but overall I am very glad we managed to squeeze it into the end of our trip. 1,739 more words


China Part 1 - Walls, Watertowns and Warriors

We started off easy – New Zealand was just a more extreme version of the UK. Everything was in English, and we didn’t even have to worry about getting around, everything was arranged for our ‘Baby’s First Adventure’™ courtesy of Stray. 2,420 more words


Day 6 Journal Entry by Anton

Hello! My name is Anton. I am 16 years old and a junior. I attend Hudson High School.你好!我的名字是陈黎明。我今年十六岁,上十一年级。我上哈德森高中。

On day six, we began with a visit to the Terracotta Warriors. 156 more words


Terracotta Warriors, Xi'an

The archaeological site with the terracotta warriors is located outside Lintong, a town close to Xi’an.

I am staying at the Angsana Lintong, which is a nice hotel and much closer to the site than any of the other hotels in the city of Xi’an proper. 574 more words

Terracotta Warriors