China, Kartu Pos, Negara, Uncategorized

Red Revenue Stamp of China

Unsurcharged Red Revenue Stamp of China and 1897 Red Revenue, surcharged $1 on 3C in small figure. Postcard by China Guardian Auction. Published on 2015 at Singapore 2015 - World Stamp Exhibition. (www.cguardian.com)
Unsurcharged Red Revenue Stamp of China and 1897 Red Revenue, surcharged $1 on 3C in small figure. Postcard by China Guardian Auction. Published on 2015 at Singapore 2015 – World Stamp Exhibition. (www.cguardian.com)
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60th Anniversary of Asia Africa Conference

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Sampul filateli, dalam rangka ikut merayakan 60 tahun diselenggarakannya Konferensi Asia Afrika di Bandung.

China, Kartu Pos

Old Town of Lijiang

Li Jiang Old Town, Postcard by Postal Bureau of Li Jiang, Used, 2016
Li Jiang Old Town, Postcard by Postal Bureau of Li Jiang, Used, 2016

Kota Lijiang merupakan salah satu kota di Tiongkok. Letaknya di bagian selatan. Tepatnya di provinsi Yunnan. Lijiang biasanya dijuluki sebagai kota tua”. Kota tua ini didirikan pada tahun 811. Kota ini pernah hancur akibat gempa pada tahun 1996.

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China, Kartu Pos, Negara

Peace Reigns Over River, Qiu Ying

Kartupos dari Shanghai (09 Januari 2015) ke Jakarta (29 Januari 2015). Terima kasih, Volkan. (CN 1518589)
Kartupos dari Shanghai (09 Januari 2015) ke Jakarta (29 Januari 2015). Terima kasih, Volkan. (CN 1518589)

Beautiful Chinese classical paintings and calligraphy works. These a copy of Peace Reigns Over River (Partial), Qiu Ying, Ming Dinasty (1368-1644). Ink and color on silk, 31 cm x 987cm. Continue reading “Peace Reigns Over River, Qiu Ying”

China, Kartu Pos, Negara

China

China - Terracota Army Pit 3 - Southern Chamber
Terracota Army Pit 3 – Southern Chamber

Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army or the “Terracotta Warriors and Horses” is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. It is a form of funerary art buried with the emperor in 210–209 BCE and whose purpose was to protect the emperor in his afterlife.

 

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