Zhejiang exhibit revisits Qinghai’s role on the 6th-to-8th century Silk Road

Updated: Jul 14, 2022 Print
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Reproduced living scene of the Tuyuhun Kingdom is exhibited at the China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. [Photo/Official WeChat account of the China National Silk Museum]

During the 4th and 7th centuries, there was a nomadic Kingdom called Tuyuhun (吐谷浑) in Northwest China, where contemporary Qinghai province is now located. On July 8, the China National Silk Museum, in Hangzhou, launched an exhibit on Tuyuhun’s history. Abundant cultural relics showcase the role ancient Qinghai played on the Silk Road. The exhibit will end on Aug 25.

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