Oldest archaeological finds of bamboo articles in China were unearthed from the remains of a primitive society that existed some 7.000 yrs ago in what is now Hemudu,Yuyao County,Zhejiang Province.Early as Shang Dynasty(16th-11th century B.C)Chinese people used bamboo for making household articles& weapons,such as bows paper was invented,strips of bamboo were the most important writing medium,more widely used than silk for example-cheaper,resistant to corrosion, abundant

Oldest archaeological finds of bamboo articles in China were unearthed from the remains of a primitive society that existed some 7.000 yrs ago in what is now Hemudu,Yuyao County,Zhejiang Province.Early as Shang Dynasty(16th-11th century B.C)Chinese people used bamboo for making household articles& weapons,such as bows paper was invented,strips of bamboo were the most important writing medium,more widely used than silk for example-cheaper,resistant to corrosion, abundant

Manuscript-Occult Manuscript-Talisman- Kitab-al- Bulhan, 14th century

Manuscript-Occult Manuscript-Talisman- Kitab-al- Bulhan, 14th century

The Tibetan culture and identity can only be preserved and protected by the Tibetans themselves and not by any others.

The Tibetan culture and identity can only be preserved and protected by the Tibetans themselves and not by any others.

Avalokitesvara as a guide of souls, ink and colours on silk: Woman being led to Amitabha (the Buddhist paradise) by the bodhisattava Avalokitesvara - from Mogao, near Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, Five Dynasties or Northern Song Dynasty, 10th century AD

Avalokitesvara as a guide of souls, ink and colours on silk: Woman being led to Amitabha (the Buddhist paradise) by the bodhisattava Avalokitesvara - from Mogao, near Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, Five Dynasties or Northern Song Dynasty, 10th century AD

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