By Erica Eisen
How An 8th-Century Jewish Text Ended Up In A Buddhist Cave Temple In China
Approaching the Mogao Grottoes in Gansu, a province in northwest China, it’s hard to imagine the sights that lie in store. The holes in the cliff can appear, from a distance, to be nothing more than a strange rock formation etched into the face of a sand-beaten desert ridge. It is only as you get…
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