China's Qinling Plank Roads to Shu - 秦蜀栈记

Lueyang or ancient Xingzhou

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Garmin GPSMap 60CSx

Google Earth & GPS

Modis image of China

Selected Qinling Shu Road Projects:

Sir Eric Teichman's Tangluo Road

2012 Field Notes & Visit Reports

Qing Period Maps

Alexander Wylie's Travels & Writings

Hanzhong 3S Symposium May 2007

The Chinese Name for Australia

 

The Website has Changed! Please Read about it HERE

Selected Qinling Shu Road Documents:

Introduction to the Shu Roads

Alexander Wylie's 1867 Travels

Catholics on the Shu Roads

The Chinese name for Australia

Sir Eric Teichman and the Tangluo Road

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(The Qin Shu Roads site includes some Chinese text. To view the characters you may need to install and⁄or enable East Asian language support.)

豈不由忘夫所重,
重夫所忘者哉。
法顯傳終(ca. 400 CE)

Completed ACC Shu Roads Project
2006-2009:

Australia-China Cooperation to Enhance the Knowledge and Impacts of Historical Culture through 3S Technologies in the Hanzhong Area of Western China.

中澳合作 在中国西部汉中地区应用3S技术促进历史古迹研究,提高历史文化影响

This collaborative project ran between 2006 and 2009 with the Australian activity supported by the Australia-China Council (ACC). In China it was supported by Provincial and local Governments and carried out in cooperation with the Hanzhong City Museum and the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Soil and Water Conservation at Yangling in Shaanxi Province.

The project demonstrated how modern technology can support historical research, help preserve history and be used for the development and promotion of historical and adventure tourism in the Qinling and Ba Mountainous regions crossed by China's ancient Shu Roads.

The original Project outcomes are summarised in the Final Summary Report and in the Project acquittal reports accessed via the Link below. Support for the project in China has continued and further outcomes can be found in the Main Menu, in the central links or under "What's New".

 
Project Final Acquittal & References