Yishu - Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
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January 2008
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Volume 7, Number 1, January 2008

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The Emperor Decomposed Long Ago, Only the Scent of the Nanmu Tree Remains
by Qiu Zhijie
p. 10
Ching Ho Cheng: A Reintroduction
by Jonathan Goodman
p. 18
Modernism and Hybridity in the Works of Lin Fengmian
by Sandy Ng
p. 25
A World of Contrasts—on Wang Huaiqing’s Modern Structure
by Jia Fangzhou
p. 31
Some Thoughts about Wang Huaiqing
by Michael Sullivan
p. 35
HistoriCITY—A Roundtable on Art Historical Writing in and on Hong Kong
by Chang Tsong-zung, Christina Chu, Pamela Kember, Koon Yee Wan, Lu Peng, Frank Vigneron, Wan Qingli
p. 38
Construction and Expansion of Contemporary Art
by Shen Kuiyi
p. 52
Only When Things Belong to the World, Can They Belong to a Nation
by Lu Hong
p. 54
Do We Have Time for the Subtleties of Guohua?
by Britta Erickson
p. 56
Reboot—The Third Chengdu Biennale: A Review
by Michael Hatch
p. 59
Contemporary Ink: In Service of the Everyday
by Pauline J. Yao
p. 70
Visiting Reality in the Anonymous and Weak Light: A Conversation between Chu Yun and Hu Fang
by Hu Fang
p. 80
The 10th Istanbul Biennial—Staging a Communitarian Utopia
by Hilary Tsui
p. 86
Animated Realities: the Art of Qiu Anxiong
by Rosalind Holmes
p. 96
The Perception of Things: Recent Drawings and Photographs by Evan Lee
by Charo Neville
p. 100
A Space in Time: Reflections on Developments in Contemporary Art in Taiwan
by Sophie McIntyre
p. 104