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Qing Dynasty photos: The best old photos of China , amazing old maps of China, eunuchs of Imperial China , the dramatic Henan famine in 1942 , Lost City Shicheng found underwater ,  episodes of cannibalism in China during the famine , lotus feet , torture in ancient China , old pictures of Tibet , boxers during late Qing dynasty , the history of Chinese prostitution , Chinese opium-smockers paintings of the Ming and Qing DynastiesHistory of Chinese Diaspora in America. Chinese Folklore: Chinese hell images and description , Chinese spirits and demons , Black magic in China , Tibetan sky burial picturesTraditional Paintings of Chinese DragonsPaintings of Demons and Mythological Creatures of the Chinese Folklore. 1890-1934: Xinhai revolution (1911 revolution of China) pictures65 rare images of old China by Maurice-Louis BrangerChinese during World War I in France The curious case of mr Alfred Raquez, a Parisian fugitive on the run in the Far East , Amazing Japanese war prints of the Sino-Japanese war. Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II: Unit 731 part 1 and 2 , Japanese officer committing seppuku , Liberation of Shanghai (1949) , The Chinese Flying Tigers & The American Flying Tigers. Mao Era pictures: Sino-Soviet images , Propaganda during Cultural Revolution , Propaganda for Chinese children during Cultural RevolutionThe beginning of the Cultural Revolution , the trains of MaoCultural revolution memorabilia , the Great Tangshan earthquake. After 1978: 30 beautiful pictures of a traditional Chinese saunaPictures of the war of China against Vietnam , 40 years of history of China , China in the '80s , Chinese Space Program photostoryThe colors of China: 30 years of China’s history in pictures , 14 Flags of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Ethnic minorities: The Ahxia walking marriage of the Mosuo People , The history of Yunnan Topics: photos of ancient china, historical photographs archive,oldest photos of china, history of photography in china, ancient china photos

"Workers, Farmers" is an exhibition that collects the work of the Chinese photographers Zhuxianmin and Wang Yuwen. The work of two talented photographers focuses mainly on working conditions in industrial and mining complexes. Wang Yuwen took over as vice president...
Chinese native plants that shaped Western food culture and traditions. Every day, every moment of our lives, even the most trivial, to a more careful and curious look, can offer countless ideas to reflect on. Our eating habits and traditions,...
"Faces of China, Portrait Painting of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1912)" is Europe's first-ever grand exhibition explicitly dedicated to Chinese portrait paintings. A selection of more than 100 paintings from the collections of the Palace Museum Beijing and the...
The introduction of American native plants in China. The voyages to the Americas by Christopher Columbus represents a 'point of no return' for the history of humanity. From this moment on, the world became larger, the old world met the...
The Xinhai Revolution (辛亥革命, Xīnhài gémìng) or 1911 revolution was a nationwide rebellion against the Qing dynasty, China's last imperial dynasty. The uprising established the Republic of China (R.O.C.). The revolution was named Xinhai (Hsin-hai) because it occurred in 1911, the...
Cultural Revolution memorabilia - A collection of propaganda material made by the Chinese Communist Party during the Cultural Revolution (National Library of Denmark). The Cultural Revolution was a sociopolitical movement that took place in China from 1966 until 1976. Its goal...
Maurice-Louis Branger was a French photographer born in Fontainebleau in 1874. He began to work as a photographer beginning in 1895. Around 1905 Branger created the photo reportage agency Photopresse. The following images were taken between 1900 and 1914 in...
A dragon day celebrated by the Chinese in France and Chinese students at the Western Front. The first group of images shows Chinese celebration during World War I in-France. The display was probably part of a Chinese New Year celebration...
Guo Ke Interview: Twenty Two is a Chinese documentary about 22 Chinese 'comfort women', victims of sexual enslavement by Japanese soldiers during the WWII The documentary was made with over 32,000 contributions from crowdfunding. At the time of filming, only 22...
LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvian archeologists have discovered in a sacred pre-Incan site the bodies of 16 men from China who arrived to South America almost two centuries ago as semi-enslaved workers. Related article: History of Chinese diaspora in America The secret...
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