SOURCE: New York Times
President Xi Jinping has pushed “cultural self-confidence” as a signature policy, and one of the beneficiaries has been the former home of emperors, neglected no longer.
SOURCE: New Historian
The relics have been lying underground, buried for more than 600 years, beneath the feet of museum experts.
SOURCE: The New Scientist
Chinese engineers used an ice road to drag stones to build the Forbidden City.
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