Trade routes, Silk Road, Silk
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Trade routes, Silk Road, Silk


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The Silk Routes holds 2,000-year history of human association and interaction from Eastern and Western civilizations. Silk Roads has been well-travelled network of routes which proved to be a bridge for Chinese merchants to reach Middle Eastern, European, and Central Asian traders. Xian, known as ChangAn in ancient times, is the geographical and historical origin of the Silk Roads. In ancient times, Chinese traders didnt travel beyond their home markets as often to sell silk or porcelain (McGregor, 2011). Chinese traders used to meet foreign traders who arrive at ChangAn and sell. Central Asian traders reached Chinese market after travelling through Rocky Mountains and blistering deserts. They travelled in groups of caravans in order to survive the travel difficulties, weather

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