December 2, 2007

china's terracotta army exhibition

i'm not a person very much into historical events, pre-war or not. but with one exception. one thing that i've longing to see with my own eyes, and if only i get the chance to touch it too, is the China's Terracotta Army exhibition. I've seen the documentary on discovery channel, it will be a great experience to explore more on this precious discovery.
Named one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of the 20th century, these terracota's army from Xi'an China were believed to be buried alongside the First Emperor in readiness for the afterlife, to protect the China’s First Emperor, Qin Shihuangdi.
The exhibition is now on at the The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London. Arrangements are made for people from outside London or overseas to come see the exhibition. Package includes a night stay at a London's hotel and one ticket to the exhibition. Don't miss this chance if you're interested in seeing this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition.


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