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  Topic: WWII Section
weichenxi

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PostForum: Pictoral History   Posted: Mon May 19, 2008 17:43:10 UTC   Subject: WWII Section
The content for the section in Pictoral History called 'WWII' has been deprecated to [url=http://www.ibiblio.org/chineseart/contents/arti/c02.html]Artistry :: Art Imitating Life.
  Topic: Video: China earthquake aftermath
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 15:04:50 UTC   Subject: Video: China earthquake aftermath
12 May 2008- China earthquake victims brace for rainy cold night.

Residents in China's Sichuan Province are struggling to cope with rain after their homes were reduced to rubble by Monday's earthqu ...
  Topic: Video: Camera crew captures quake terror
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 15:02:12 UTC   Subject: Video: Camera crew captures quake terror
12 May 2008- A Japanese camera crew captured the panic and confusion at Chengdu airport following the massive earthquake on Monday (May 12) that has killed over 12,000 people.

Chaos struck the depa ...
  Topic: Video: Parents mourn at collapsed school
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 15:00:25 UTC   Subject: Video: Parents mourn at collapsed school
13 May 2008- Hundreds of children in quake struck Dujiangyan in China's Sichuan province are buried under a collapsed school.

Frantic relatives rushed to the scene to find their children but for ma ...
  Topic: Video: NPR host describes China quake
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 14:57:02 UTC   Subject: Video: NPR host describes China quake
13 May 2008- Melissa Block, co-host of NPR's "All Things Considered," talks with Today's Meredith Vieira about being in central China at the time of the earthquake.

  Topic: Video: China Quake death toll tops 10,000
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 14:52:21 UTC   Subject: Video: China Quake death toll tops 10,000
13 May 2008- The death toll from China's worst quake in three decades reaches 10,000; it is expected to go much higher. NBC's Mark Mullen reports.

  Topic: China: Quake left 18,000 buried in one city
weichenxi

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PostForum: Current Events   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 14:44:03 UTC   Subject: China: Quake left 18,000 buried in one city
Official temblor death toll tops 12,000, but figure likely to rise

http://msnbcmedia1.msn.com/j/msnbc/Components/Photo_StoryLevel/080513/080513-china-quake-hmed-115a.h2.jpg

DUJIANGYAN, China - T ...
  Topic: Torch relay downscaled after massive quake
weichenxi

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PostForum: Beijing Olympics   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 14:37:54 UTC   Subject: Torch relay downscaled after massive quake
Flame is scheduled to arrive in devastated Sichuan province on June 13

BEIJING - The Olympic torch relay will be simplified, downscaled and open with a minute of silence Wednesday when a leg starts ...
  Topic: Earthquake- 12 March 2008- video reports
weichenxi

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PostForum: Announcements   Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 04:17:03 UTC   Subject: Earthquake- 12 March 2008- video reports
Thousands feared dead in China quake.



Chinese officials open about scope of quake.



NPR's Robert Siegel in Chengdu: 'There's a lot of anxiety'.



Calculating the damage in China.

  Topic: Immortal in Splashed Ink
weichenxi

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PostForum: Artistry   Posted: Fri May 09, 2008 12:54:57 UTC   Subject: Immortal in Splashed Ink
Immortal in Splashed Ink
Liang K'ai (late 12th-early 13th)

Ink on paper.

Second leaf from the album "Ming-hua lin-lang"

From:
Collection of the National Palace Museum
Taipei, Tai ...
  Topic: Single Subject
weichenxi

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PostForum: Artistry   Posted: Tue May 06, 2008 07:22:56 UTC   Subject: Single Subject
In order to accommodate changes to the page viewing structure of the website, it was necessary to reduce the viewable size of almost all images to a maximum width of 755px. The original images still r ...
  Topic: Hanging Scrolls
weichenxi

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PostForum: Artistry   Posted: Tue May 06, 2008 07:19:56 UTC   Subject: Hanging Scrolls
In order to accommodate changes to the page viewing structure of the website, it was necessary to reduce the viewable size of almost all images to a maximum height of 900px. The original images still ...
  Topic: Interesting article - Tobet
weichenxi

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Views: 7135

PostForum: Tibet   Posted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 05:00:19 UTC   Subject: Article
Thanks for the link! What is your opinion on the situation in Tibet?
  Topic: Ancient Bhuddist/Hindu rock sculpture, bottom of ocean?
weichenxi

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PostForum: Archaeology   Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 15:45:09 UTC   Subject: Gorgon?
'Gorgon' is associated with Greek culture; it might be helpful to make a connection with Buddhist/Hindu iconography here so that visitors (including myself) aren't confused as to the relative nature t ...
  Topic: Ancient Bhuddist/Hindu rock sculpture, bottom of ocean?
weichenxi

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Views: 22103

PostForum: Archaeology   Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 02:40:37 UTC   Subject: On Topic
Please try to keep posts on the topic of Chinese history, art and culture, not Greek gorgons on the ocean floor.
Thanks!
Kind regards,
Richard Wertz
 
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