November to December 2014 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Correspondence

Creating Ripples on the Ming Pond by JESSICA HARRISON-HALL

Conserving Two Ming Paintings at the British Museum by JIN XIAN QIU and YU-PING LUK

Ming Pyrotechnics: The Xiaoling and the Linggusi in the 1407 Scroll by RODERICK WHITEFIELD

Yongle Dadian by DAVID HELLIWELL

Xuande Bronzes: A Legend Re-Examined by PENGLIAN LU

Chinese Archaeology of the Ming Dynasty: From Archaeological Policies to Revealing Spirit Worlds by XIAONENG YANG

Colourful and Superbly Crafted: Discoveries from the Early Ming Tomb of Zhu Tan, Prince Huang of Lu by JIANG QUN

Two Chinese Buddhist Wanderers with a Tame Tiger: Identifying Iconography and the Power of Names by MALCOLM MCNEILL

Japanese Buddhist Sculpture in the Inaugural Exhibition of the New Heisei Chishinkan Wing at the Kyoto National Museum by CHRISTIAN BOEHM

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Song Ceramics, Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art, Devotional Works of Art and Paintings on September 16th and 17th, 2014  by HAROLD YEO

(Saleroom News) Christie’s New York: Chinese Paintings, Cloisonné Enamels, Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art on September 16th, 18th and 19th, 2014 by ELIZABETH HAMMER and MICHELLE CHENG

(Book Review) Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia by JULIAN HARDING

(Collectors World) Marionettes of Myanmar: An Endangered Species by BARRY BROMAN

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