Co-curated with Professor Ina Asim in support of her Chinese and Asian history courses, this selection of paintings and objects represents ideals of benevolence and loyalty, Confucian values that exerted strong ethical and political influence in China, Korea, and Japan for more than 2,500 years.
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston presents “Made in the Americas”, the first large-scale, Pan-American exhibition to examine the profound influence of Asia on the arts of the colonial Americas.
Over the last forty years, the Metropolitan's collection of Chinese painting and calligraphy has grown to be one of the greatest in the world. Replete with masterpieces dating from the Tang dynasty (608–917) to the present, the collection encompasses the vast historical sweep of the brush arts of China, from serene Buddhist scriptures to bombastic court portraits to lyrical scholars' paintings.
This installation, which features all of the most important examples of Chinese lacquer in the Museum's collection, explores the laborious techniques used to create scenes based on history and literature, images of popular gods and mythical and real animals, and representations of landscapes and flowers and birds.
In the second half of the nineteenth century, Scottish photographer and travel writer John Thomson took four journeys across China. His photographs capture scenes and people from all walks of life—ministers, high officials, wealthy traders, street vendors, brides, boat women, monks, and soldiers—providing a lasting record of nineteenth-century China’s landscapes, architecture, communities, and customs.
The UCFTI Expo connects the United States and China in the field of film and television industry, to build a professional platform for the industries and to develop relationship among professional for trade, exchange, training and cooperation.
This exhibition features recent finds of court treasures from the tombs of provincial princes of the early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), showcasing the luxurious life at provincial courts in 15th-century South China.
The Ohio State University Institute for Chinese Studies presents Associate Professor Meow Hui Goh as part of their "Global and Transnational Experiences" Lecture Series.