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Volume 24

Volume24, Number4 (Summer, 2007)

Guo Dashun The Intermingling of the Three Major Prehistoric Cultural Regions and the Origins of Chinese Civilization( Abstract
Lee Tien-ming Ching-k'ang's Calamity: The Second Chin Siege of Pien-ching( Abstract
Lin Li-na Settling the Mind and Observing Things: An Anonymous Sung Dynasty Album of Literati Portraits( Abstract
Fung Ming-chu The Transformation and Future of the Historiography Institute Archives( Abstract

Volume24, Number3 (Spring, 2007)
Hung-tai Wang The Idea of "Leisurely Retreat" and the Ideal of Life: Ming-Ch'ing Literati's Life Management( Abstract
Shih Ching-fei Evidence of East-West Exchange in the Eighteenth Century: The Establishment of Painted Enamel Art at the Ch'ing Court in the Reign of Emperor K'ang-his( Abstract
Hsü Ch'ung-te A Discussion of How the Standards of Evaluation of the Annotated Catalogue of The Ssu-K'u Ch'üan-shu were Formulated under the Influence of Politics and Classical Learning( Abstract
Hua Linfu Some Preliminary Observations on the Huang-chao ti-li-chihAbstract

Volume24, Number2 (Winter, 2006)
Mark C. Elliott Manchu-language Archives and the New Ch’ing History( Abstract
Chen Wei-hsin A Consideration of the Problem of Jurisdiction over the Turgut Peoples in the Ch'ien-lung period( Abstract
Lin Shih-hsuan Tributes of Horses during the Ch'ien-lung Period and the Manchu Political Culture ( Abstract
Ch'en Yü-hsiang Perfidious Pirate or Principled Privateer? A Record of the Kuang-t'ing Pirate Pu Hsing-yu ( Abstract

Volume24, Number1 (Autumn, 2006)
Yü P'ei-chin The Relationship Between T'ang Ying and Imperial Kilns of the Yung-Cheng and Ch'ien-lung Time Period - Taking the Painting and Manufacture of Fa-Lang Porcelain as an Example ( Abstract
Chang Li-tuan Two Mechanisms by which the Ch'ing Emperor Kao-tsung Exerted Direct Control Over the Implements Made for Court Use, as Evidenced in the Documents of the Archives of Imperial Workshop( Abstract
Kusunoki Yoshimichi The Battle of Yü-hua-t'ai in 1862 ( Abstract
Wei Hsiu-mei Yen Ching-ming in Shan-tung(1862-1867) ( Abstract