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Articles with keyword "China"

This woodblock print by Yoshu Shuen depicts a reception given by the Meiji Emper


The Odyssey of Ulysses S. Grant

After winning the Civil War and living in the White House, he decided to see the world.



The Chinese "Old Master" Laozi authored a book that would transform Chinese culture.

Chinese commemorative stamp for Go.


Go Figure

In talking about their national game, Chinese reveal world views, personal philosophies, and notions of other lands and peoples.


Breaching the Great Wall

The Manchu came as allies but stayed to rule China.


A Silken Path to Trade

Six thousand years of art goes on display at the new Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.


Bridging Two Worlds

Writer Bette Bao Lord speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about blending Chinese and American culture in her life.


Gilded Splendor: A Nomadic Tribe Creates a Dynasty

The Liao came from the steppes of Mongolia to erect a capital city that becomes Beijing.


Recluse At Court

From a chapter on art in the Yuan Dynasty, written by James Cahill in the NEH-supported 1997 reference work Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting (Yale University Press).

Portrait of Emperor Kangxi in Court Dress


Imperial Scrolls of China

Monumental paintings from the Qing dynasty document the power of its emperors.

Image of edition of <em> Stèles</em>, first published in 1914.


The End of Man

And the Art of Victor Segalen.