First Emperor Terracotta Army Seattle

First Emperor Terracotta Army display Jesse Tam. It’s finally arrived in Seattle for those who are interested in viewing the world famous Terracotta Army and artifacts.  The display will run from April 8 to Sept 4, 2017 for the West Coast Premiere.   The site in Xian  is still massive and excavation continues to preserve each warrior.  A group of friends and Rotarians from greater Seattle were fortunate to visit Xian and the actual excavation location.

See the warriors in person without traveling out of the country and you will be amazed at the handcrafted features on each individual.  Reserve tickets early so you won’t be disappointed.

Here’s more on event and time

“World Premiere at Pacific Science Center, April 8, 2017 Featuring Real Figures From the Terracotta Army and Artifacts from the First Imperial Dynasty of China.

Embark on an experience 2,200 years in the making to discover the scientific story of the terracotta warriors and the untouched tomb of the first Emperor.

Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor is an immersive investigation of the science behind priceless artifacts including real figures from the terracotta army and over 100 artifacts illustrating the technological advancements of the Qin Dynasty. Unearth one of the most epic discoveries of our time and explore the mysteries buried within the untouched tomb of the First Emperor in this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition…”

Thanks for reading  Jesse    More updates and blogs

Terracotta Warrior Army inside excavation site in Xian

City of Xian, early morning view


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