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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

United China Relief was founded in 1941 in New York City for the purpose of raising funds to aid the Chinese people during times of national crisis. The main function of United China Relief was to provide funds for the...
Those images are depicting the everyday life of a group of children and adults in a funeral mortuary in China in 1948. Coffins were used as tables, as playground, as storage units and of course as ... coffins. Source: blog.163.com
Guangzhou urban village - On July 1, 2010, Guangzhou began demolition of Yangqi village. The work went on for over a year.  On August 17, work began in full swing. July 14, 2010. Roofs of the village photographed from a nearby...
Mongolia declared its independence from China in 1911. Soon it became a protectorate of the Russian Empire. After only 1 year, Russian Empire recognized suzerainty of China over Mongolia. Images were taken by photographer Stefan Passe in 1913. The first picture...
Directly from the archives of the University of Southern California (UCLA) twenty hand-painted shots of a China almost completely disappeared. Hand-painted pictures of old China Source topic: hand-painted old photographs of China
A series of French postcards depicting one of the most gruesome punishment in China: Death by a thousands cuts (Lingchi). Death by a thousands cuts or slow slicing was a form of torture and execution used in China from...
History of Qi Gong - There are hundreds of types of Qi Gong: some only need meditation and others require body motion to music. They are popular among Chinese who wish to improve their health and cure their diseases....
Images of The Flying Tigers: Many Chinese (mostly coming from Guangdong) joined the American Flying Tigers in Yunnan to fight Japanese invading forces. Chinese government sent many students to Arizona to train. Back in China, they become members of the...
The National Archives of Japan has disclosed the names of 3,607 members of the Imperial Japanese Army’s notorious Unit 731, which conducted germ warfare and other biological experiments mainly on prisoners in China before and during World War II,...
Read online "Horæ sinicæ: translations from the popular literature of the Chinese" by Robert Morrison, 1812. San-tsi-king: the three-character classic; on the utility and honour of learning.--Ta-hio; the great science.--Account of Foe, the deified founder of a Chinese sect.--Extract from...

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