Cambridge, England: [American Council of Learned Societies]; the authors, 1969. Fourteen 8x13 inch packets of mimeographed or photo reproduced typescripts, representing the papers delivered at the conference by some of the most significant scholars in the field at the time. Packets are held together with large clips, some leaving minor...
Beijing: the newsletter, 1965. Three issues of the Esperanto-language newsletter, 4, 16 and 4 pages respectively, very good, 5.5x8 inches; laid in are cards announcing programming for Esperanto shortwave radio broadcasts by the Chinese government. OCLC lists only one holding of issue 3, which is devoted to an interview with...
Nanning: Guangxi huaqiao lishi xuehui / Bagui qiao shi zazhishe, 1987-2008. Thirty-two issues of the journal, including all issues from 1987 to 1992 bound in hardcover volumes, later issues loose; the loose issues present include the following: 1993: 1, 2, 4; 1994: 1-4; 1995: 1-4; 1996: 1-4; 1997: 2. From...
Nara, Japan: Research Center for Silk Roadology, 2007. 129p., six photo plates, plus numerous B&W photos in text, wraps. Ilustrated examination of Buddhist stupas, showing regional influences. Text mostly in Japanese, with English summary. Rubberstamp on first blank interior page. Silk roadology 27.
Hangzhou: Dong fang hong si zhi chang ['East is Red' Silk Factory], [196-?]. 8x11.5 inch pictorial silk hanging designed for wall display, depicting the famous gate with Mao's portrait, pedestrians and a bicyclist in the foreground. Woven in black and white with shades of subtle grey; title on right margin...
Kowloon, HK: Xingdao chubanshe, 1989. 143p., very good hardcover, 8.5x11.5 inches, third printing. Thoroughly illustrated with color photos of the student movement in Beijing centered around Tiananmen Square, with a small selection of photos at the end showing corpses and chaos after the government crackdown.
Chengdu: Xizang yanjiu bian ji bu, 1982. Two issues of the Tibetan Studies journal from 1982, text in Tibetan with an English table of contents, very good. Articles on history, religion, traditional medicine, and of course, the glories of liberation brought by the Chinese Communist Party.
New York: American Committee for Justice to China, 1933. 34p., staplebound wraps, light handling wear, "April 1933" penciled in upper right corner of front cover. Introduction by Harry F. Ward, the chairman of the Committee (as well as the first national chairman of the American Civil Liberties Union).