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Three Ports, Three Stars

The ocean is the cradle of life. Maritime Silk Road, formed from the Song and Yuan Dynasties, has a history of more than two thousand years, and strides across the vast sea, connecting China with foreign countries.
The Modern Meaning Maritime Silk Road

From the beginning of Yalu River in Liaoning Province, we can see a gorgeous coastline of mainland China. In the past 2000 years, it has been considered as the cradle of ancient maritime civilization.
The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road

The Maritime Silk Road can date back to Qin dynasty, especially in the Song dynasty. At that time, China had direct trade contact with many countries.
Maritime Silk Road: The Bridge of History and Future

Most of us may recall from our history book the phrase “Silk Road”, a 4000-mile pathway for silk and porcelain trade to Western Europe 2,000 years ago. Actually, it’s not only a single road, rather an extensive interconnected network of trade routes.
The Sea Silk Road to Common Destiny

From that moment when the Sea Silk Road began its remarkable role in trade between China and other nations, commercial interactions and cultural exchanges along the maritime routes became active, bringing prosperity and peace to the people alongside
Maritime Silk Road: Past and Present

There was an ocean route that is not national but international, not istorical but at present and bound for future-the one and only Maritime Silk Road.
The Chinese Blue Dream

Have you ever watched the sea? At first sight, I believe anyone will lose his heart to its mystery and beauty.
Dream Taking off with the Maritime Silk Road

History has it that there are two great men in the ancient China. One is memorized as the first Chinese to see the world and the other one is hailed as the pioneer of human’s maritime exploration.
The History of Silk Road

As is known to us, the Silk Road is the most well-known trading route of ancient Chinese civilization. The Silk Road, a trade and cultural exchange road, has a history of more than two thousand years.
A Chain on the Sea

How to define a chain? To make things easier, you can say it is a bond connected one thing to another or one place to another.
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