Two ancient tombs decorated with rare murals dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) have been discovered in northwest China's Shaanxi. The delicate paintings contain scenes of huren, tribesmen from the north, training horses and leading camels
Originally built in Tang Dynasty (618-907), the Pujiu Temple in Yongji, north China's Shanxi Province is now known in China for its association with a love story from an ancient romance play.
Red and ready! Mangkang county that sits along the Lancang River in SW China's Tibet is known for the ancient salt pans. The area has a long history of salt production that can date back to Tang Dynasty (618-907).
The scroll depicts five princes, including Li Longji, who later became the longest-reigning Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty
When relics come alive... Travel back in time 1,000+ years to find out what's trendy in China's Tang Dynasty
Meet the world’s largest Buddha: Leshan Giant Buddha in SW China’s Sichuan was carved out of a cliff face and stands 71 meters high. It was built in Tang Dynasty (618-907) and took over 90 years to finish.
#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).