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New Sensations from Ancient Wonders 2007-03-13
Skulls Show Surgery Performed in Ancient China 2007-03-13
China: Fossil Finds Link Embryos to Adults 2007-03-13
German Theory of Tang Dynasty Collapse Debunked 2007-03-13
National museum to close for renovation 2007-01-12
Drought Blamed for Tang Collapse 2007-01-12
Smuggled Terracotta Figurines Returned 2006-12-29
Ancient Fresco May Show Genghis Khan Funeral 2006-12-29
Lab Work to Identify 2,800-year-old Mummy of Shaman 2006-12-26
Scientists Say Mummy of Shaman Broken, But Research Will Continue 2006-12-26
Beijing earmarks millions for art and culture venues 2006-12-15
China's national museum moves out 620,000 items 2006-12-15
China to enhance protection of world heritage sites 2006-12-05
China's first regulation protecting the Great Wall goes into effect 2006-12-05
China to unveil catalogue of relics in Forbidden City 2006-12-05
Xinjiang's Ancient Milan Mapped by Satellites 2006-11-24
Mogao Grottoes Open Five Caves For Free 2006-10-31
Discovery Sheds Light on Sichuan's Prehistoric Locals 2006-10-31
China's Terracotta Warriors face growing mould threat 2006-10-20
Traditional Chinese Writing Tools for World Heritage List 2006-10-20
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