The Atlantic’s Rebecca J. Rosen describes surprising new archaeological findings on early...
by Josh Rudolph | May 18, 2012
By investing heavily in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, China has extended its political influence in the war-torn country, and secured some of the resources needed to fuel its own rapid development. In 2007, state-owned...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 15, 2011
The Los Angeles Times reports the impending destruction of a 5th Century Buddhist monastery in Afghanistan to make way for a Chinese copper mine. “As an archaeologist, of course I’m worried about this,” said...
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From the Associated Press: An agreement was signed for a three-year project funded by China’s Commerce Ministry to explore waters near the popular tourist towns ofMalindi and Lamu, the official Xinhua News Agency reported...
by dwang | Jun 11, 2009
Israeli, Chinese, and American scientists have dated the pottery fragments excavated from a cave in Henan province to be 18,000 years old. From the Jersualem Post: Early last week, the team reported that they had reexcavated...
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