China Eye Magazine

Contents of SACU's magazine China Eye for the year 2009.

For more details about the magazine please visit the China Eye page.


Issue 24 (Winter 2009)

China Eye 24

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Dunhuang anf the development of Chinese Art - Brian Morgan looks at the Buddhist paintings and sculptures at Dunhuang, Gansu and considers their influence in Chinese Art.

‘The Butterfly Man’ Zhuang Zi - Joan Chan continues her survey of important Chinese historical texts to consider the writings of Zhuang Zi.

The British Council at Chongqing and SACU - Zoë Reed recounts a recent visit to Chongqing and the re-invigorated relationship of SACU with the British Council there.

Living and Studying at Shenyang - Christopher Henson describes his recent experience as a teacher in Liaoning.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 23 (Autumn 2009)

China Eye 23

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Flowers from China - Many of the garden beauties have made there way from China. Jacqueline Buksh gives some well known examples.

Curing ailments the Chinese way - Jacqueline Buksh gives examples of Chinese herbal cures for colds, flu and coughs to help us make ready for Winter.

Lao Zi and the Canon of Virtue - Joan Chan looks at the works of the great Daoist sage.

Book reviews - Reviews of recently published books.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 22 (Summer 2009)

China Eye 22

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Peter Morgan - An appreciation of the life of SACU's hard working representative in Birmingham.

Tacit Meanings in Chinese Art - Brian Morgan looks beyond the brushstrokes at the symbolism behind many paintings.

Aspects of Confucius - Walter Fung gives the background to the great sage of Chinese Civilization.

Book reviews - Reviews of recently published books.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 21 (Spring 2009)

China Eye 21

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Jim Pennington - An appreciation of the life of one of SACU's most loyal and hard working supporters.

Panggu : The Chinese Creator - Joan Chan comments on Chinese traditions concerning the origin of mankind.

A History of China's relationship with the West - Walter Fung surveys the changing role of China in the World.

Traditional Chinese food and its medicinal properties - Jacqueline Buksh surveys the traditions of foods that are truly good for you.

Book reviews - Reviews of recently published books.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.

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