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EDITORIAL TUYET NGUYET 4  
ASIA WEEK IN NEW YORK TUYET NGUYET AND
ROBIN MARKBREITER
10  
CORRESPONDENCE   18  
NEW AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM:
THE SIR PERCIVAL DAVID COLLECTION
IN THE SIR JOSEPH HOTUNG CENTRE
FOR CERAMIC STUDIES
JAN STUART 57  
SIR JOSEPH HOTUNG:
A BENEFACTOR’S PERSPECTIVE
CAROL MICHAELSON 69  
THE PERCIVAL DAVID COLLECTION:
TOWARDS A HISTORY OF ACQUISITIONS
STACEY PIERSON 72  
SOME NOTABLE TANG TO SONG DYNASTY
CERAMICS IN THE PERCIVAL DAVID
FOUNDATION OF CHINESE ART
ROSE KERR 78  
SIR PERCIVAL DAVID'S
YUAN DYNASTY CERAMICS
ROSEMARY SCOTT 86  
A NEW CONCEPT FOR A CLASSIC
COLLECTION: THE MING CERAMICS IN
THE SIR PERCIVAL DAVID COLLECTION
AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM
JESSICA HARRISON-HALL 95  
QING IMPERIAL PORCELAIN AND GLASS REGINA KRAHL 106  
BEYOND ORIENTALISM:
WORKS INSPIRED BY ISLAMIC ART
LUCIEN DE GUISE 116  
20TH-21ST CENTURY ARTISTS (SERIES 5)
A GLIMPSE INTO THE ARTISTIC
WORLD OF DING YANYONG
RAYMOND TANG 125  
SALEROOM NEWS
Christie's Paris: Collection of Yves Saint Laurent
and Pierre Bergé on February 23rd to 25th, 2009
ROSEMARY SCOTT 132  
BOOK REVIEWS
China: museums
ROGER KEVERNE 136  
Sindh: Past Glory, Present Nostalgia STEPHEN MARKBREITER 140  
COLLECTORS WORLD
Koshashin - A New Collection of Early Japanese
Photography Captures a Moment of Change
in 19th Century Japan
TONY LUPPINO 142  
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 152  

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