July to August 2015 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Correspondence

The Aga Khan Museum Opens in Toronto by JOHN E. VOLLMER, FILIZ ÇAKIR PHILLIP and RUBA KANA’AN

A Possible Source for the Panelling on One Type of Kraakware by LINDA ROSENFELD POMPER

“Nixon Nestorian Crosses” Reconsidered by JOAN Y.H. HO

Buddhist Bronzes of the Dali Kingdom in Yunnan Province by CHRISTIAN BOEHM

A Forgotten Slice of Democracy: Japan, 1900–1960 by PATRICIA SALMON and MICHIYO MORIOKA

The Symbolism of Chinese Musical Instruments in Chinese Art: When a Zhu is More Than a Zither by PATRICIA BJAALAND WELCH

Reassessing the Dating of Some Prominent Yixing Zisha Teapots: Artefacts From the Bei Shan Tang Collection in the Art Museum, CUHK by LAI SUK YEE

Art for the Foreigner: 19th Century Chinese Export Paintings From the Collection of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria by by BARRY TILL and PAULA SWART

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s Hong Kong: Contemporary Literati: Curiosity on April 5th, 2015 and Important Chinese Works of Art on April 7th, 2015 by JULIAN KING

(Book Review) The Cultural Monuments of Tibet by SJOERD DE VRIES

(Collectors World) Woodcarvings in Communal Halls (Dinh) in Northern Vietnam: Themes, Influences, Continuity, Change by KERRY NGUYEN-LONG

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