This Blog is No Longer Being Updated

Author: Kelly M



Dear readers,

China Heritage Watch is currently on indefinite hiatus due to numerous other projects, including a recently-launched blog I’m working on, The Archaeology of Tomb Raider.

The Archaeology of Tomb Raider offers news and information about the sites, artefacts, and ancient cultures featured in the Tomb Raider game and film series. The key objectives of the blog are to a) show that there is a clear difference between archaeology as an academic discipline and treasure hunting, and b) use the Tomb Raider series as a platform for further study and inspire others to learn more about world history and archaeological sites.


In the latest Tomb Raider game, Lara Croft searches for the lost kingdom of Yamatai and ends up stranded on a remote & hostile island off the coast of Japan

If you’re a fan of the Tomb Raider games or simply want to learn more about world archaeology and heritage sites, feel free to check out the blog, visit its Facebook page, or follow me on Twitter (@TRArchaeology)

The fate of China Heritage Watch has yet to be determined. It has been a wonderful few months and I’m very appreciative of all the interest and support I’ve received from my readers. The blog will remain active for the time being so please feel free to read (or re-read) the published blog posts.

Kelly M.

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