A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project
A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project

Ancient Buddhist sites linked to Maritime Silk Road explored in Hong Kong video and audio exhibition

  • ‘Atlas of Maritime Buddhism’ uses a mix of archaeology, digital imaging, digital media and location shooting to explore historical Buddhist sites
  • Borobudur in Indonesia is there, as well as India’s Ajanta Caves and two other cave complexes there, but there are surprisingly few images of cave murals

Topic |   Chinese history
A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project
A visitor uses a control stick to navigate a spherical projection of a Buddhist rock-cut cave in India at the “Atlas of Maritime Buddhism” exhibition, City University of Hong Kong. Photo: The Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Research Project
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