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Explain the New Silk Road Initiative
Introduction of the New Silk Road Initiative and the Chinese silk road
About Silk Road Routes
The Silk Road is divided into 3 parts: Xi'an to Dunhuang, Taklimakan Desert to Kashgar, beyond Kashigar and starts from Changan (nowadays Xi'an), passes westwards via Lanzhou, Hexi Corridor, and splits at Dunhuang from south and north of Taklimakan Desert.
About Eurasian Silk Road
The Eurasian Silk Road refers to the Silk Road, a historical trade route that traversed the Eurasian continent and promoted China's friendly exchanges with Asian, European and African countries. As China is the home to silk, silk is the most representative commodity exported from China.
About Silk Road timeline
Looking back on the timeline, it's hard to neglect the role of the Silk Road, which was widely considered as the link connecting China and the west for the first time, as well as the inspiration for today's Belt and Road Initiative.
About Ancient Silk Road
Today, the Ancient Silk Road left not only mysteries and memories but also so many things to see, feel and touch, such as the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, the wild desert Taklamakan, and ancient cities as Turpan, Kashgar and Khotan with a rich taste of cultural treasures of the Silk Road.
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