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express
Police hunt for vandal tourist brazenly filmed destroying Great Wall of Chinahave said the friend's comment is wrong as the parts of the wall damaged by the
Police hunt for vandal tourist brazenly filmed destroying Great Wall of China
express / Posted 5 days ago
have said the friend's comment is wrong as the parts of the wall damaged by the vandals were in fact made during the Ming dynasty (1368 to 1644 AD) – an extension of the original structure, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage... Read more
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Daily Mail
Outcry after man caught on camera destroying Great Wall of Chinathe footage, the wall looks like it is an unrestored part of the wall. He says
Outcry after man caught on camera destroying Great Wall of China
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
the footage, the wall looks like it is an unrestored part of the wall. He says that this section of the wall is from the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) and is a wild section that has not undergone repair and is not monitored. People have been... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Footage shows tourist destroying pieces of Great Wall of China in viral videoCEN) Investigators, however, told local media that the part of the wall damage
Footage shows tourist destroying pieces of Great Wall of China in viral video
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
CEN) Investigators, however, told local media that the part of the wall damaged by the vandals was in fact made during the Ming dynasty (1368 to 1644 AD) - an extension of the original structure, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Damage... Read more
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Aljazeera
Why China cares about the South China Seaa timeless civilisation that dates back past the dawn of history. But the real
Why China cares about the South China Sea
Aljazeera / Posted 11 days ago
a timeless civilisation that dates back past the dawn of history. But the real roots of modern China can be found in the Ming dynasty that unified the Chinese empire under Chinese rulers nearly eight centuries ago, in AD 1368. It was then that... Read more
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The Economic Times
After decades of mistrust, Pope Francis pushes for breakthrough with Chinain the late 16th century, embraced Chinese culture and became fluent in Mandari
After decades of mistrust, Pope Francis pushes for breakthrough with China
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
in the late 16th century, embraced Chinese culture and became fluent in Mandarin, earning him access to the court of Ming dynasty Emperor Wanli. Ricci, who died in 1610, was buried in Beijing with the approval of the emperor. In some... Read more
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The Hill
Looking at China's past to understand its futurecultural impact often stopped at the water’s edge, it did once have one of the
Looking at China's past to understand its future
The Hill / Posted 12 days ago
cultural impact often stopped at the water’s edge, it did once have one of the most powerful navies in the world during the Ming Dynasty, when Admiral Zheng He explored the world, visiting many kingdoms and continents. Zheng He’s navy was both... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Stunning temple, disrespectful touristslast stop on our quick visit to the Nanshan cultural zone was to the Brahma Bel
Stunning temple, disrespectful tourists
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
last stop on our quick visit to the Nanshan cultural zone was to the Brahma Bell Garden, where 39 ancient bells from the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and the Qing dynasty (1644-1912) were hanging with three even larger bells, which represent peace,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Vienna art installation brings attention to refugee crisissolo show "translocation - transformation", with the central exhibit of a tea m
Vienna art installation brings attention to refugee crisis
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 13 days ago
solo show "translocation - transformation", with the central exhibit of a tea merchant family's ancestral temple from the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), in Vienna The installation, entitled "F. Lotus", consists of 201 rings each holding five life... Read more
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KECI Missoula
9 tourist attractions that are crumbling downneed someone to leap to their defense. About 2,000 kilometers, or 30 percent, o
9 tourist attractions that are crumbling down
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 days ago
need someone to leap to their defense. About 2,000 kilometers, or 30 percent, of the ancient fortification built in the Ming Dynasty era has disappeared due to natural erosion and human damage, according to the Beijing Times. Machu Picchu The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
China's Pottery Trade On the 'Belt and Road', World Civilisation (Part IIIon the spread of Chinese civilisation in the world... THE spread of Chinese ci
China's Pottery Trade On the 'Belt and Road', World Civilisation (Part III
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
on the spread of Chinese civilisation in the world... THE spread of Chinese civilisation in the world started when Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) ended the rule of Yuan Dynasty. And Confucianism was neglected by the Mongol rulers; Ming emperors... Read more
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The Hindu
Buddha idols found in temple tank debrissaid that excavations taken up by the Department of Archaeology in the 1970s yi
Buddha idols found in temple tank debris
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
said that excavations taken up by the Department of Archaeology in the 1970s yielded Chinese ware and copper coins of the Ming dynasty, coins belonging to the Chola era and bronze articles and pottery at the port area confirming that Motupalli had... Read more
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The Star
Other side of One-Belt One-Road planinto China for the first time and spread to the western part of central Asia.
Other side of One-Belt One-Road plan
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
into China for the first time and spread to the western part of central Asia. The impact of the Jesuits at the end of the Ming dynasty and during the early Qing dynasty led to the end of isolationism, after a period where China banned maritime... Read more
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New Kerala
Chinese Palace Museum gets its own mobile game - newkerala.com #87019partnership would make use of the internet and new technology to foster a love
Chinese Palace Museum gets its own mobile game - newkerala.com #87019
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
partnership would make use of the internet and new technology to foster a love of traditional Chinese culture among young people, an official from the Palace Museum said. The Chinese Palace Museum was home to 24 Chinese emperors of the Ming Dyna... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Adding Value to Future of Art in AfricaI co-curated the Embassy of Portugal's multi-million dollar collection, Bridges
Adding Value to Future of Art in Africa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 days ago
I co-curated the Embassy of Portugal's multi-million dollar collection, Bridges, at the National Museum. Thirteenth Century Ming Dynasty earthenware, lithographs by Oscar Niemeyer and Paula Rego (number 14 of the top selling living female artists)... Read more
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The Manila Times
PANGLAO ISLANDSpaniards came into the island, Panglao was doing trade with the Chinese as evi
PANGLAO ISLAND
The Manila Times / Posted 23 days ago
Spaniards came into the island, Panglao was doing trade with the Chinese as evidenced by archeological finds of Tang and Ming Dynasty porcelain and trade wares. People from the Indo-Malay islands of Moluccas and Ternate also came and... Read more
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FOX News
China's island building in South China Sea echoes Great Wall mentality, critics say(popularly thought to track a wall erected by China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Hu
China's island building in South China Sea echoes Great Wall mentality, critics say
FOX News / Posted 23 days ago
(popularly thought to track a wall erected by China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang) was mostly built during the later Ming dynasty in the 16th century to keep out fierce nomad tribes to the north. Early Ming emperors had found other ways to... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Curating my culture crisisof traditional Asian art. There are times when I feel embarrassed, and I defini
Curating my culture crisis
The Daily Californian / Posted 26 days ago
of traditional Asian art. There are times when I feel embarrassed, and I definitely feel obligated to unconditionally love Ming dynasty vases and bamboo paintings. But much like trying to overcome my own internalized racism, it’s a process and I’m... Read more
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The Borneo Post
The tourist attractions of Beijingand Yuan dynasties did not pay much attention in maintaing it and it fell into
The tourist attractions of Beijing
The Borneo Post / Posted 27 days ago
and Yuan dynasties did not pay much attention in maintaing it and it fell into disrepair. “When Zhu Yuan Zhang, Emperor of Ming Dynasty relocated the capital city to Nanjing, he realised the importance of the Great Wall as a solid defence against... Read more
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examiner.com
Shark meat, dangerous delicacy-Shark Week 2016and avoiding them at all our favorite beaches but what about eating them? An an
Shark meat, dangerous delicacy-Shark Week 2016
examiner.com / Posted 27 days ago
and avoiding them at all our favorite beaches but what about eating them? An ancient delicacy in some countries since the Ming Dynasty and even here in the United States but are these fish a delightful delicacy or a toxic treat? Shark fin soup... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Chattanooga Film Festival Announces Cine-Rama Summer SeriesInn (July 6) The Chinese wuxia (martial arts) picture was never the same after
Chattanooga Film Festival Announces Cine-Rama Summer Series
The Chattanoogan / Posted 29 days ago
Inn (July 6) The Chinese wuxia (martial arts) picture was never the same after King Hu’s legendary Dragon Inn. During the Ming dynasty, the emperor’s minister of defense is framed by a powerful court eunuch and then executed; his children are... Read more
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Business Insider
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen againyou say, 'Oh, well we never even suspected this fault system.' So if you were b
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen again
Business Insider / Posted 30 days ago
you say, 'Oh, well we never even suspected this fault system.' So if you were building nuclear power plants for the Ming Dynasty you wouldn't build 'em here and you wouldn't build 'em here," he said, pointing to the now at least two... Read more

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