ROO F I N G TIL E S AT S H A N G J I N G : A R E F L E C TIO N O N AR C H IT E C T U RAL LI N K S I N A S IA – TAASA Review December 2013


This article was originally found in the December 2013 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 22, Issue 4, Page 14).

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Qinghua Guo S hangjing (literally ‘upper capital’) was the capital of the Bohai kingdom (698926) formed by ethnic Mohe (the forebears of the Manchu) and Goguryeo.

Situated on the Mudan River in north-eastern China, the site of Shangjing consists of a 1,593,000 sq.