China’s Terracotta Warriors Featured in Deborah Schull’s New ACOUSTIGUIDE Audio Tour for the San Francisco Asian Art Museum


Deborah Schull has just completed the writing of a new audio tour for Acoustiguide, Inc., entitled "China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy." Kicking off the tenth anniversary of the Asian Art Museum at San Francisco's Civic Center on February 22, 2013, this epic exhibition will draw from one of the greatest archeological discoveries of modern times. On view will be 120 rare objects from the tomb complex of China's First Emperor (259-210 BCE), including horses, chariots, and ten life-size terracotta warriors. An estimated 8,000 terracotta figures have been excavated from the underground city, which took 700,000 laborers and nearly 40 years to build. This is Deborah’s third audio tour with Acoustiguide. John Simoniello was the editor.