Leutze, Jim
October 2011
Metro Magazine (Raleigh Metro Magazine);Oct2011, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p5
The article reflects on the commercial trade, culture, and religion on the Silk Road. It says that the Silk Road can be reached through the Karaberam Highway between China and Pakistan. It notes that the area is surrounded by various ethnic groups including Mongols, Tibetans, and Uighur's. Meanwhile, it explores the religions introduced among people who traveled on the Silk Road including Buddhism, Islam, and Manichaeism.


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