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Lu Zhongmin 卢忠敏 – Gallery Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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Lu Zhongmin 卢忠敏 – Introduction Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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Liu Fang 刘芳 – Gallery Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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Liu Fang 刘芳 – Introduction Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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Fu Zhouping 傅周平 – Gallery Zhejiang Province Posted Apr 3, 2013 by Chinavine

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AAD 252 Summer12 Week 3b ~ by: Amy Duryea Posted Jul 10, 2012 by duryea

While reading the articles, “Insole Embroidery: Introduction” and “Insole Embroidery: Insole Design,” It became clear to me that the tradition of embroidering not only relays a family’s status, but the soles also speak of messages. For example, certain symbols embroidered ...

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Dongba, The Language of Lijiang – Works Cited Posted Jun 29, 2012 by Christopher

  Global Heritage Fund. “Community Development.”  Lijiang, Yunnan Province, People’s Republic of China, 2012. June 13, 2012. <http://globalheritagefund.org/what_we_do/preservation_by_design_community/completed_projects/lijiang_china>. Jackson, Anthony. “Naxi Studies: Past, Present & Future.” New Asia Academic Bulletin 8 (1989). Print. Large Tomatoes Media Group. Living Hieroglyphs. Kunming, ...

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Dongba, The Language of Lijiang – Conclusion: A Language of Changing Meaning Posted Jun 29, 2012 by Christopher

Use in Lijiang Both the Naxi and the Dongba Language are intricately tied to Lijiang. This connection means that, like the city and its rivers, they continue to change constantly. In ancient times one would have been most likely to ...

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Dongba, The Language of Lijiang – A Language of Ritual Posted Jun 29, 2012 by Christopher

Booklets and Scriptures There are an estimated 21,000 Naxi works in existence with the majority being possessed by Chinese libraries (Jackson). Most of these writings are in the form of booklets such as the one pictured below from the U.S. ...

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