Mass human sacrifice?

Archaeologists have unearthed a trove of skulls in Mexico that may have once belonged to human sacrifice victims. The skulls, which date between A.D. 600 and 850, may also shatter existing notions about the ancient culture of the area.The find, described in the January issue of the journal Latin American Antiquity, was located in an […]

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A passion project that became a literary journey through Kyoto

Stephen Mansfield When a group of friends, academics, translators and professors of literature formed a monthly circle dedicated to studying Kyoto’s sumptuous literary legacy, they likely did not expect their passion and commitment would span a 10-year period. Astounded to find no English anthology of literature on the city, they decided in the spring of […]

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Pakistani Youth learnt a lot in World Panda Youth Reporters Camp

Gwadar Pro Chengdu: World Panda Youth Reporters Camp was held in Chengdu. 20 outstanding youth from 6 countries, including 2 Pakistani youth, Zaid Ahmed and Aftab Ali took part in this event.They got opportunities to visit and interview Chengdu around 6 themes such as urban greening, urban industries, history, technology, sport, and entertainment. After this […]

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National museum exhibits over 140 antiques from China’s Bronze Age

Beijing: More than 140 bronze antiques from China’s bronze age were recently exhibited at the National Museum of China. Dating back to multiple dynasties including Shang, Zhou, Qin and Han, which spanned from around 1600 B.C. to A.D. 220, all the antiques were excavated in Baoji, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, and nearby areas. According to […]

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Online activities continue at China Cultural Center in Pakistan during Coronavirus

Islamabad: The COVID-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial impact on the arts and cultural heritage sector. The global health crisis and the uncertainly resulting from it profoundly affected organizations operations as well as individuals across the sector. By March 2020, most cultural institutions across the world were indefinitely closed (or at least with their […]

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