September to October 2005 Magazine

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Editorial by TUYET NGUYET

Correspondence

Yokohama-e: Japanese Prints of Foreigners in the Late 19th Century by SIR HUGH CORTAZZI

Shippōyaki: The Japanese Art of Enameling by GREGORY IRVINE

Kabuki Heroes on the Osaka Stage, 1780–1830 by ANDREW GERSTLE

The Mazarin Chest Project: Japanese Export Lacquer in the Victoria and Albert Museum by JULIA HUTT

Acrobatic Encounters: Korean Horse-Back Acrobats in Tokugawa Japan and Their Representation in Popular Art by CATHERINE DAVID

Chinese Snuff Bottles: The Japanese Connection by ROBERT HALL and IAN HARDY

Snuff Bottles for the Scholar: The Collection of S.L. Tan by ROBERT KLEINER

The C.P. Lin Collection: Contemporary Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy by SZETO YUENT-KIT

Tuyet Nguyet Interviews Edward Dolman of Christie’s by ARTS OF ASIA

(Saleroom News) Christie’s Hong Kong Spring Series Sales on May 29th to June 1st, 2005 by ROBIN MARKBREITER

(Book Reviews) The Work of Netsuke: The Werdelmann Collection at the Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf by SIR HUGH CORTAZZI

(Collectors World) French Vision of China by LEE WING CHONG, ROSE and YU MEI CHI, MAGGIE

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