CULTURE Exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" debuts for preview in New Zealand

CULTURE

Exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" debuts for preview in New Zealand

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13:45, December 14, 2018

A woman visits the exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" during its preview at the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 13, 2018. (Photos: Xinhua)

The exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" debuted for the preview to specific audience on Thursday before its scheduled formal opening up to the public from Dec. 15 until April 22, 2019.

Rebecca Rice (R), curator of the Museum of New Zealand, introduces Chinese terracotta warriors during the preview of the exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" at the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 13, 2018. The exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" debuted for the preview to specific audience on Thursday before its scheduled formal opening up to the public from Dec. 15 until April 22, 2019. The exhibition features eight warriors standing 180 centimeters tall, and two full-size horses from the famous terracotta army, as well as two half-size replica bronze horse-drawn chariots. Also on display are more than 160 exquisite works of ancient Chinese art made from gold, jade and bronze. (Xinhua/Guo Lei)

The exhibition features eight warriors standing 180 centimeters tall, and two full-size horses from the famous terracotta army, as well as two half-size replica bronze horse-drawn chariots.

Also on display are more than 160 exquisite works of ancient Chinese art made from gold, jade and bronze.

A visitor takes photos during the preview of the exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" at the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 13, 2018.

The exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" debuted for the preview to specific audience on Thursday before its scheduled formal opening up to the public from Dec. 15 until April 22, 2019.

The exhibition features eight warriors standing 180 centimeters tall, and two full-size horses from the famous terracotta army, as well as two half-size replica bronze horse-drawn chariots. Also on display are more than 160 exquisite works of ancient Chinese art made from gold, jade and bronze.

A visitor looks at the portrait of Liu Bang, the first emperor of the the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC to 8 AD) during the preview of the exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" at the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 13, 2018.

A painted maid of the Western Han Dynasty (202 BC to 8 AD) is displayed during the preview of the exhibition "Terracotta Warriors: Guardians of Immortality" at the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand, Dec. 13, 2018.

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