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Nǐ hǎo! (Hello in Mandarin)

People often say, ‘If you haven’t been to Xi’an, you haven’t been to China!’ With a legacy as ancient as 3000 years, Xi’an is one of the oldest cities in China, still rich with cultural and traditional lineage. Originally named Chang’an before the Ming Dynasty, Xi’an was an influential city even outside the Great Wall of China in ancient times, and is also the starting point of the Silk Route. It is also the residence of Qin Shi Huang, the Emperor of the Terracotta Army. Xi’an has become the epicenter of China’s cultural, educational and industrial growth, and is now one of the most prominent cities of the country. Catching up with the social and political changes worldwide, Xi’an has slowly become a cosmopolitan city with students and delegates from across the world.

Nǐ hǎo! (Hello in Mandarin)

People often say, ‘If you haven’t been to Xi’an, you haven’t been to China!’ With a legacy as ancient as 3000 years...

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