January to February 2005 Magazine

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Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

The Kingdom of Siam: The Art of Central Thailand, 1350–1800 by FORREST MCGILL

Lumière De Soie: Riboud Collection of Asian Textiles at the Musée Guimet by YVONNE TAN

Classic Furniture From China: Beauty and Quality—The Essence of the Ignazio Vok Collection by GRACE WU BRUCE

The Quest for Korean Chests: Elegant Yet Restrained Beauty by BEVERLY STOCQUELER-BEAUCHAMP

Korean Traditional Men’s Headwear in the Chosun Dynasty: A Study on Types of Gwan by JIN-SOOK YANG

Chinese Calligraphy and Inscriptions on Snuff Bottles by S.L. TAN

In the Emperor’s Own Words: Inscribed Jades of the Qianlong Court by SAM BERNSTEIN

The Stupas at Ahneint, Myanmar: “Village of the Rhino” by NOEL F. SINGER

(Saleroom News) Christie’s New York: Fine Chinese Furniture, Archaic Bronzes and Works of Art on September 21st, 2004 by JEN LYN LOW

(Saleroom News) Indian and Southeast Asian Art Including 20th Century Indian Paintings on September 23rd, 2004 by YAMINI MEHTA

(Book Reviews) Meiji Ceramics: The Art of Export Porcelain and Satsuma Ware 1868–1912 by SIR HUGH CORTAZZI

The Story of a Museum: The National Museum of Cambodia by BARRY BROMAN

(Collectors World) Twelve Young Women: Further Studies in a Search for the Earliest Chinese Paintings on Pith by IFAN WILLIAMS

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