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 Volume37, Number4

Shih, Ching-fei Fulfilling "Vessels" to "Rites": Sacrificial Vessels in the Qianlong Court's Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Imperial Qing Dynasty (Abstract)
Lin, Shih-hsuan A Study of the Manchu, Mongolian, Western Region, and European Elements in Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Imperial Qing Dynasty (Abstract)
Chen, Hui-hsia Further Thoughts on the Study of Qing Dynasty Court Beads (Abstract )
Yiu, Josh Wugong and State Rites (Abstract )
 Lai, Yu-chih  Introduction to the Special Editions on Papers Presented at the International Conference on Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Imperial Qing Dynasty (Abstract )
He, Yan-chiuan An Overview of the Relationship Between the Private Collecting of Calligraphic Model-books and the Development of "Stele Study" During the Late Qianlong Period, Alongside an Examination of the Cultural Implications of the Luoyang Calligraphic Hand (Abstract )

 Volume37, Number3

Guo, Fuxiang The Compiling of Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Imperial Qing Dynasty and the Incorporation of Scientific Instruments into the Ritual System during the Qianlong Reign (Abstract)
Lai, Hui-min The Implications of the Qing Qianlong Emperor's Manufacture of Metal Sacrificial Utensils (Abstract)
Yu, Hui-chun In Tune Without Borders: A Study of the Musical Instruments Section in Illustrated Regulations for Ritual Paraphernalia of the Imperial Court (Abstract )
Yu, Po-ching The Formation and Application of Hydrographical Knowledge by the British to the Downstream Regions of the River Min in the Late Qing Dynasty (1843-1884) (Abstract )

 Volume37, Number2

Lai, Yu-chih “Illustrations” and the Rites: The Formation of Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the Imperial Qing Dynasty and Its Influence (Abstract)
Tong, Yu Making Qing in the Qing Dynasty: A Discourse on Chime Instruments in 18th-Century China (Abstract)
Wu, Hsiao-yun The Temple of Confucius and the Establishment of Ritual Vessels from the Qianlong Court (Abstract )
Hu, Lu-wen The Embroidered Welcoming Spring in the National Palace Museum Collection and Research on Related Works (Abstract )

 Volume37, Number1

Chiu, Shih-hua A Study of the "Suzhou Fakes" Painter Huang Biao (Abstract)
Liu, Shih-hsun The Dingzi Drug as Gift: Its Medical Knowledge and Political Uses in the Early Qing Dynasty (Abstract)
Chen, Fang-mei Ritual Vessels Presented to the Qufu Temple of Confucius by the Yongzheng Emperor: The Five Offering Enamelware Vessels and Bronze Fu and Gui (Abstract )
Chen, Yun-ru The Selection of "Song Paintings": Publicizing the Palace Museum Collection of Paintings in the 1930s and Its Contribution to the Refactoring of Chinese Painting History (Abstract )