The Terracotta Army
||Author: Douglas Brown
On the March: The Terracotta Army comes to London
News Anchor: Over to Qin Shi Huangdi for a special report.
Qin: The view is absolutely breathtaking from my vantage point in the gallery.
Since it opened, 2 million visitors have visited this site annually to gain an
insight into some of the most influential and powerful people. From here I can
see many figures proudly standing side-by-side in the various ranks that
originally depicted a unified nation.
News Anchor: Could you tell us a bit more about the building?
Qin: The building itself comprises of several levels, some going down as far as
15 to 20 feet below ground level. The architecture is rather odd to say the
least, with corridors and rooms separated by earthen walls, paved with strangely
modernistic pottery bricks.
News Anchor: And is there much action in the building at preset?
Qin: Despite the rumour that each of the 8,000 people that inhabit this building
have not moved a muscle since it was opened, some activity was recorded recently
due to a partial roof collapse.
News Anchor: Finally Qin. Could you give us some more information about the
recent discoveries relating to the Terracotta Army?
Qin: The Terracotta Army! Good God No! I am reporting from the Scottish
Parliament in Edinburgh!!
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