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Volume 25

Volume25, Number4 (Summer, 2008)

Chen Jing An Interpretation of Cinnabar Inscriptions on Excavated Lacquerware from the Tang Dynasty, the Five Dynasties and the Song and Yuan Dynasties ( Abstract )
Chen Pao-chen The Goddess of the Luo River in the Liaoning Provincial Museum and Its Related Problems ( Abstract )
Takahashi Satoshi The Value of the Old Japanese Transcripts of Lun-yü Chi-chieh (Concentrated Expositions of the Analects) from the Former Collection of the Kuan-Hai Studio in the National Palace Museum in Taiwan ( Abstract )
Huang Shizhong A Study of Operas in the Sokodo-Bunko (Shuang Hong Tang Library) ( Abstract )

Volume25, Number3 (Spring, 2008)
Hsu Yuan Ting An Unfulfilled Voice for Western Studies in Late Ming China:Li Chih-tsao and His T'ian- Hsüeh Ch'u-Han ( Abstract )
Ma Yan-wei The Ch'ing Historiography Institute's Kuo-shi: Ju-lin Chuan ( Abstract )
Chuang Chi-fa Tradition and New Ideas - A Discussion of Official Annals Compiled by the State Historiographer's Office and the Ch'ing Historiographer's Office ( Abstract )
Wang Kuo-liang The Book Collection of the Late Ch'ing Book Collector Kung Yi-t'u - An Investigation Using the Wu-shih-shan-fang Chien-ming Shu-mu and Ta-t'ung-lou Ts'ang-shu Mu-lu-pu ( Abstract )

Volume25, Number2 (winter, 2007)
Teng Shu-p'ing "Hua-hsi (Western China) Jade"Theorization and Research Prospects ( Abstract )
Chen Hui-hsia The Historical Significance of Rhinoceros Horn Raft Carvings during Late Ming and Early Ch'ing Period ( Abstract )
Shih Ching-fei Concentric Ivory Spheres and the Exchange of Craft Techniques: Canton, the Ch'ing Court and the Holy Roman Empire ( Abstract )
Li T'ai-han Illustrating the Battles in Taiwan during the Ch'ien-lung Reign ( Abstract )

Volume25, Number1 (Autumn, 2007)
Zhang Maorong A Study of the I-yüeh I, and the Issue of Transformation in the Functions of Shang and Chou Dynasty Bronze ( Abstract )
Lai Yu-chih Imaging the Foreign: On the Painting Lady Wen-chi Returning to China in the National Palace Museum ( Abstract )
Hsieh Yü-chen The Meanings of Early Ming Official Wares Decorated with Human Figures ( Abstract )
Li Xiaocong A Preliminary Introduction to the Ch’ing Dynasty Maps Held in the National Palace Museum’s Department of Rare Books and Documents ( Abstract )