November to December 2017 Magazine

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Editorial by ROBIN MARKBREITER

Creating the New Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia by JANE PORTAL

Between the Mobile and the Settled: Rediscovering Steppe Objects Showing Interregional Contacts Essential to China by YI CHEN

Stories on Cizhou Wares at the British Museum by WENYUAN XIN

The Revival of Xipi Lacquer: A New Acquisition at the British Museum by MEI XIN WANG

Something Old, Something New: Contemporary Chinese Paintings and Prints by MARY GINSBERG

The Indus Civilisation and Long-Distance Exchange Networks Across Middle Asia in the 3rd Millennium BC by DANIELA DE SIMONE

Jaina Material on Display in the Hotung Gallery by SUSHAM JANSARI

From Tipu to Ambedkar: Retelling the Story of South Asia at the British Museum by IMMA RAMOS

Japanese Bamboo Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art by MONICA BINCSIK

The Asian Art Collection at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem by MIRIAM MALACHI

(Saleroom News) Sotheby’s New York: Asia Week Sales on September 13th, 14th and 16th, 2017 by HANNAH B. THOMPSON

(Saleroom News) Christie’s New York: Chinese Snuff Bottles, Ceramics and Works of Art on September 13th–15th, 2017 by TRISTAN BRUCK

(Book Reviews) Vietnamese Ceramics From the Yi-Lu Collection by ANN PROCTOR

(Collectors World) Ode to Orissa and its Overlooked Buddhist Legacy by ANNE BRECKENRIDGE DORSEY