I always been fascinated with ancient histories and artifacts since High School days. When Te papa Museum launched their Mummy exhibit I was there to witness the amazing cultures and artifacts of Ancient Egypt.
The other day I went to St James Theater in Wellington to check the on going exhibition of Terracotta Warriors of Qin.
I was amazed with the Terracotta Warriors while I’m standing in front of the two generals I remember a scene from the movie ” The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” I feel like I’m Brendan Fraser and ready to battle with Emperor Han.
Kidding aside, Mr. Fun Yin of St. James Theater explained to me the battle formation of the Terracotta Warriors from the two General in front and up to the Robe Warriors at the Back. Mr. Yin interview,Click HERE
According to Yin, The exhibition features a spectacular display of more than 60 of the famed Terracotta Warriors of Qin, made by professional artisans from the home of the original museum in Xi’an, China.
There are also five specially painted figures that show exactly how the Terracotta Warriors of Qin looked in their original colours when they were buried 2,200 years ago and check the video ,click HERE
The kids and adult alike will enjoy the Terracotta Warriors exhibition . For more information , go to http://www.terracottawarriors.co.nz