Resource Collections

  • Humanism in China Resources

    All Grades, Arts & Literature, History, Society, Resource Collection

    Hugging a Portrait of Wife For Fall 2009, China Institute Gallery has selected one hundred works from the groundbreaking collection of documentary photography at the […]

  • The Last Emperor’s Collection Resources

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    Painting and Calligraphy from the Liaoning Provincial Museum Introduction The Last Emperor’s Collection features more than twenty-four works of painting and calligraphy from the Ming […]

  • Enchanted Stories: Chinese Shadow Theater in Shanxi

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    Treasures from the Shanxi Provincial Art Gallery Introduction The magic of the movies had a predecessor in the pre-modern world. For centuries, shadow theater — […]

  • Confucius (孔夫子)

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    子曰﹕學而時習之,不亦說乎? Zǐ yuē, “xué ér shí xí zhī, bù yì yuè hū?” The Master said, ‘Is it not a pleasure, having learned something, to try […]

  • Along the Yangzi River: Regional Culture of the Bronze Age from Hunan

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    China’s Bronze Age Cultures — an Introduction With every archaeological discovery of bronze age artifacts throughout China’s vast territory, we gain a more complete and […]

  • China’s ‘China’: Porcelain’s Contribution to World History and Culture

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    A simple and clear-cut way of demonstrating the significant impact that Chinese porcelain has had on global material culture over many centuries is to consider […]

  • Beijing and Nanjing: China’s Capital Cities Resources

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    Beijing & Nanjing – China’s Late Imperial and Modern Capitals For over five centuries, Beijing was the imperial capital for both the Ming (1368 – […]

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