China to Hold Archaeological Exhibition in Mexico

The Museum of Glass in Mexico's Nuevo Leon state will sponsor an exhibition of over 200 Chinese relics in the Mexican city of Monterrey on February 6.

The museum director, Emilio Flores, said on Friday that the collection will include the renowned terra-cotta warriors recovered from the mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shihuang, who united China for the first time over 2,000 years ago.

Jewelry, pottery, china, weapons, and other artifacts dating back to the Ming Dynasty will also be on display.

(Xinhua 01/20/2001)

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Han Dynasty Ruins Unearthed in Xuzhou

Discovery Pushes History Back

Ancient City Wall Unearthed in Hebei

Complete Fossilized Dinosaur Excavated in Northeast China

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Mexico Supports China's Entrance into WTO



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