to our expeditions section!
featured expedition takes us to the remote desert oasis city of
Dunhuang, China and it's treasure trove of Buddhist arts and culture
known as the Mogao Grottoes.
is located in the western side of Gansu Province in Northwestern
China. Dunhuang was established during the Han Dynasty around 111
BC and quickly became the key junction of economic, cultural, and
religious exchange between China, Persia, Tibet, India, and Europe.
This important junction on the Silk Road is most famous for it's
Mogao Grottoes, widely considered by experts to be the single most
spectacular collection of Buddhist sculpture, painting, and scripture
anywhere in the world. Please click here
to proceed with a photo tour by Steven Yang.