Live: Join CGTN's Feng Yilei for a closer look at the exhibition titled "Meet the Tang Dynasty Again"
A tomb dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) was discovered in NW China's #Shaanxi Province, the province's archaeology institute said Tuesday. The tomb is believed to belong to Xue Shao, the first husband of Princess Taiping, daughter of Emperor Gaozong of the Tang Dynasty.
#ChinaBuzz Holding hands from the Tang Dynasty: Street artists dressed in Tang-dynasty costumes perform as "tumbler doll" and shake hands with tourists at Datang Everbright City in Xi'an, NW #China 's Shaanxi Province
#AmazingChina : Check out Leshan Giant Buddha in SW China’s Sichuan, a masterpiece built in Tang Dynasty(618-907). It is the largest stone statue in the world and christened by UNESCO on the list of World Heritage sites.
Fanjing Mountain in SW China's Guizhou Province is a #UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most sacred mountains in China, known for its rich Buddhism presence that stretches back to the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).