Tuesday, March 29, 2016
This blog attracts its readers from all over the world. Generally, the United States has always been the most represented country in visits to my blog. However, this is not guaranteed. Sometimes, more readers have been found from other countries. For example, during the period from January 7 to 14, 2016. The Russia is number one in the readers list by country. Today I have found that France provided more readers than any other countries during the period from March 22 to 29, 2016.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
As you can find from reading of this blog, it shouldn't be new for you to recognize the fact that Dr. Dave Wang's academic papers have been widely cited among scholars, history teachers and professors in the United States. However, I have noticed that his papers are also starting to make inroad into Chinese academic circles. Below you can find a Chinese writer's work, in which he cited Dr. Wang's Article, The US Founders and China - Association for Asian Studies.
Friday, March 18, 2016
In his new book, The Great Chinese Art Transfer: How So Much of China's Art Came to America, Professor Michael Clair cited Dr. Dave Wang's blog posts. Through reading of his excellent book, a reader will learn the history of millions of Chinese works of art came to collectors and institutions in the West, in particular to the United States. Readers will also have a big picture how the Europeans and the Americans collected arts, such as paintings, bronzes and ceramics, as well as sculptures and jades, created by the Chinese over several centuries. No doubt, Professor Clair presented us the history of one of the greatest outflows of Chinese culture’s artistic heritage in human history. This is a very readable book full of knowledge and information on Chinese arts.