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Chinese experts mull major restoration of world’s largest stone Buddha statue…
A drone 3D model of a Chinese treasure. Enjoy this model of the UNESCO World Heritage building, in the Shenyang Imperial Palace.
Being one of the most diverse and vast continents in the world, Asia is dotted with some incredible wonders that are unique and gorgeous in every sense. The continent has its own natural charm and is home to amazing monuments, wildlife, and so much more.
Shenyang Imperial Palace is considered the most ancient architectural complex of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) – second to the Forbidden City in Beijing. In recent years, experts have been using high-tech tools, such as drones and 3D modeling, for preserving major relics.
A silk mill that generated an immeasurable amount of money for Japan, is not getting the favor returned.
Located in the center of a golden triangle formed by the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta and Taiwan, Xiamen looks set to assume a big role in the country’s development map.
Sino-Japanese TV production weaves stories around three world-famous sites in China, Wang Ru reports.
Source: A ramble through heritage
Photo Essay: The Battle to Save the World’s Biggest Stone Buddha; Sun Liangzi & Li Hang; Caixin Global
Cracks and discoloration from water damage and plant life are threatening the Leshan Giant Buddha in Southwest China’s Sichuan province…
World Heritage grottoes to reopen as China contains latest COVID-19 resurgence; Zhang Xiaoliang; UkraNews
Why Did This Chinese City of Canals Collapse in the Third Millennium B.C.E.?; David Kindy; Smithsonian Magazine
New research suggests Liangzhu, “China’s Venice of the Stone Age,” was abandoned due to extreme flooding…
A highly advanced culture blossomed about 5300 years ago in China’s Yangtze delta, which is considered to be one of the earliest proofs of monumental water culture.
Twenty-two museum directors and distinguished scholars from around the world issued a proposal on Tuesday for global cooperation to ensure the protection of cultural heritage in Afghanistan.
World Heritage grottoes to reopen as China contains latest COVID-19 resurgence; He Wen & Chang Yuan; Xinhua
As a treasure trove of cultural relics with unique styles and great history, Southwest China’s Xizang Autonomous Region has made steady progress in the science-based protection of cultural relics over the past few years.
As a treasure trove of cultural relics with unique styles and great history, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has made steady progress in the science-based protection of cultural relics over the past few years.
Source: Great Wall Of China