Tracing Back of India’s Empires and Pilgrims in Java: The Great Impacts of Hindu-Buddhist Culture to Java Kingdoms in Earliest Centuries
Tracing Back of India’s Empires and Pilgrims in Java: The Great Impacts of Hindu-Buddhist Culture to Java Kingdoms in Earliest Centuries

Tracing Back of India’s Empires and Pilgrims in Java: The Great Impacts of Hindu-Buddhist Culture to Java Kingdoms in Earliest Centuries

Throughout the years, the historians and archaeologists have delved into the culture of various different Asian countries and they have…

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From Song Dynasty to Jayabaya King:  The Prosperity of Kediri Kingdom Based on Chinese Inscription of Song Dynasty (960 – 1270 AD)
From Song Dynasty to Jayabaya King: The Prosperity of Kediri Kingdom Based on Chinese Inscription of Song Dynasty (960 – 1270 AD)

From Song Dynasty to Jayabaya King: The Prosperity of Kediri Kingdom Based on Chinese Inscription of Song Dynasty (960 – 1270 AD)

As we learnt that since the first century, the triumph of Java and Srivijaya kingdoms had been a distinctive attention…

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The Trace of King Suryavarman I: The Greatest King of Khmer Empire Establishing Tremendous Territories and Temple in 11th Century
The Trace of King Suryavarman I: The Greatest King of Khmer Empire Establishing Tremendous Territories and Temple in 11th Century

The Trace of King Suryavarman I: The Greatest King of Khmer Empire Establishing Tremendous Territories and Temple in 11th Century

King Suryavarman I (1002 – 1050 AD), a great Khmer king of the Angkor period of Cambodian history, marks a…

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History of Collecting Chinese Arts: Collecting Ancient Chinese Ceramics as “Pusaka”, Ethnographic and Historical Value for Asian Collectors
History of Collecting Chinese Arts: Collecting Ancient Chinese Ceramics as “Pusaka”, Ethnographic and Historical Value for Asian Collectors

History of Collecting Chinese Arts: Collecting Ancient Chinese Ceramics as “Pusaka”, Ethnographic and Historical Value for Asian Collectors

Chinese ceramic was considered as a primary source of inspiration, artists express attitudes, feelings, and sentiments about environment through personal…

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Tracing Back of Chinese Artifacts History: The Trading and Diplomacy Relationship Between China and Archipelago in Early Century
Tracing Back of Chinese Artifacts History: The Trading and Diplomacy Relationship Between China and Archipelago in Early Century

Tracing Back of Chinese Artifacts History: The Trading and Diplomacy Relationship Between China and Archipelago in Early Century

Located between two continents, Asia and Australia, Indonesia’s archipelago is often portrayed as a bridge connecting the two continents. According…

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