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a Traveling the Silk Roada leads to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

There are 2 comments on the Pasadena Star-News story from Dec 23, 2013, titled a Traveling the Silk Roada leads to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. In it, Pasadena Star-News reports that:

Named for the luminous fabric traded across the known world, the ancient trade route is the star of the exhibition “Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World” on display at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County through April 13. The exhibition explores how innovations, culture and ideas were transformed ... (more)

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New China

Xuchang, China

#1 Dec 23, 2013
traveling the silk road in the modern world experience and explore the ancient innovation, culture and ideas.
Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#2 Dec 24, 2013
Buy the best DVD on the Silk Road

Go to www.globetrekkerstore.com/rtwsilk.html

Title of the DVD is 'Around the world - The Silk Road'

It is a show which last approximately 2 hours because it covers two parts.

Part 1: From Xi'an to Kashgar
Part 2: From Kashgar to Istanbul

On Part 1, Megan McCormick gives us the answer to the Thread discussed in this Forum, namely --'China's South - North Water Diversion Project Starts to Supply Water'.

Jiayuguan or the Jiayu Pass is a renovated city which has absorbed 350,000 new inhabitants due to the success of the Chinese Water Diversion Project.

What is significant on Part 2 is where Holly Morris mentions the modern capital of oil-rich Azerbaijan, Baku, where Chinese oil pipe lines are headed to.

Item # of the DVD is 704019 - PGD0144

It cost only US $24.95. Buy it for your file. It is an eye-opener.

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