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Heritage of the Past and the Road to Revival

The Maritime Silk Road, the extension to the trade route of overland Silk Road, derives its name from the profitable Chinese silk trade in ancient times.
A Diversified Road from Ancient Time to the Present-The Maritime Silk Road

China, as one of the four ancient civilizations, has a long history. Meanwhile, China plays an important role in the developing countries, for its economy develops at a rapid speed.
Yide Road: The Museum of Cantonese Maritime Dream

A decade ago, an occasional visit to Yide Road intrigued me with the distinct odor of the dried seafood. Having threaded my way through a swarm of outflow customers, I finally reached the place and was stunned by the bizarre arcades.
Looking Back to History and Grasping a Brand New Starting Point

In October, 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed an initiative called the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road during his state visit to Indonesia when participating in the 25th APEC Summit in Bali Island.
The Belt and Road Initiative Contributes to the Law Growth

More than 2000 years ago, the Silk Road that had connected Europe, Asia and Africa has made a huge contribution to the development of mankind civilization and the communication of commerce and culture among many countries.
The New Silk Road, the Road of Rejuvenation

I am a 20-year-old girl who was born and raised in a great city – Guangzhou. My love and sense of pride for the city was cultivated at a young age when my grandma told me stories about the ancient Maritime Silk Road.
On the Road Again

It’s a commonplace for me to think far and deep, like what does a meaningful life mean? By what means do those contemplative people contemplate? Or how does this changeable world change?
The Maritime Silk Road: a Bond between China and the World

Formed in Qin and Han Dynasties, the Maritime Silk Road is a sea lane in ancient times between China and the rest of the world for economic and cultural exchanges.
Blossoming of Chinese Culture along the Maritime Silk Road

Born in the west coast of Guangdong Province, I was brought up by the gentle wind and endless waves of South China Sea, constantly surrounded by the salty taste of the ocean.
Recollection of the Maritime Silk Road

Dreaming in that immemorial reminiscence, noon at Quanzhou, I see countless vessels coming from afar the frontier of the western Han Dynasty.
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