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A talk with Palace Museum’s bronzeware masters
A talk with Palace Museum’s bronzeware masters

Wang Youliang working on a bronze ding (sacrificial vessel) of the Warring States Period (475–221 BCE) Photo: Ban Xiaoyue/CSS…

How Lu Xun inspired Kenzaburō Ōe
How Lu Xun inspired Kenzaburō Ōe

Lu Xun on his 50th birthday in Shanghai, September 1930 Photo: FILE Western influences upon Kenzaburō Ōe’s works have be…

Literati painting: What does it do?
Literati painting: What does it do?

“Apricot Blossoms, Thatched Houses” by Tang Yin (1470–1524), a representative literati painter in the Ming Dynast…

How should junzi be translated?
How should junzi be translated?

A Qing Dynasty portrait of Confucius, who first invested the term junzi with an ethical significance Photo: FILE Junzi (君子) is…

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