|Japanese monk: Bury me in Xinjiang|
Wearing Japanese-styled cassock, Yasutaka Kojima, a prominent Buddhist monk from
Those who get to know Yasutaka Kojima won't feel surprised by his belief. Since 1982, the Japanese monk has visited Xinjiang, in northwest
In 1982, Kojima came to Xinjiang for the first time to do jewelry business. "However, I was deeply fascinated by this land even though my business venture failed," he said.
Kojima said that Xinjiang had been part of the
The team's greatest discovery was a color-embroidered brocade with lavish patterns that have eight Chinese characters (Wuxing
The place where Kojima found the brocade is what was known later as the "
According to Han Shu which recorded the history of Han Dynasty,