Series: Images of Asia

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Aceh : Art and Culture (Images of Asia) by Holly S. Smith
Arts in the Tang Court (Images of Asia) by Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky
At the Chinese Table (Images of Asia) by T.C. Lai
At the Japanese Table (Images of Asia) by Richard Hosking
At the South-East Asian table by Alice Yen Ho
Balinese Paintings (Images of Asia) by A.A.M. Djelantik
Bamboo and Rattan: Traditional Uses and Beliefs (Images of Asia) by Jacqueline M. Piper
The Betel Chewing Traditions in South-East Asia (Images of Asia) by Dawn F. Rooney
The Birds of Java and Bali (Images of Asia) by Derek Holmes
The Birds of Peninsular Malaysia (Images of Asia) by Derek Holmes
The Birds of Singapore (Images of Asia) by Clive Briffett
The birds of Sumatra and Kalimantan by Derek Holmes
Borobudur (Oxford in Asia Paperbacks) by Jacques Dumarcay
Burmese Puppets (Images of Asia) by Noel F. Singer
The Cheongsam (Images of Asia) by Hazel Clark
China's Muslims (Images of Asia) by Michael Dillon
China's Walled Cities (Images of Asia) by Ronald G. Knapp
Chinese Almanacs (Images of Asia S.) by Richard Smith
Chinese Buddhist art by Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky
Chinese Classical Furniture (Images of Asia) by Grace Wu Bruce
Chinese Dragon Robes (Images of Asia) by Valery Garrett
Chinese Dragons (Images of Asia) by Roy Bates
The Chinese Garden (Images of Asia) by Joseph Cho Wang
The Chinese House: Craft, Symbol and the Folk Tradition (Images of Asia) by Ronald G. Knapp
Chinese Jade (Images of Asia) by Joan Hartman-Goldsmith
Chinese Maps: Images of "All Under Heaven" (Images of Asia) by Richard J. Smith
Chinese musical instruments by Alan R. Thrasher
Chinese Mythological Gods (Images of Asia) by Keith G. Stevens
Chinese New Year (Images of Asia) by Patricia Bjaaland Welch
Chinese Paper Offerings (Images of Asia) by Roderick Cave
Early Maps of South-east Asia (Images of Asia) by R.T. Fell
Folk Pottery in South-East Asia (Images of Asia) by Dawn F. Rooney
Fruits of South-East Asia by Jacqueline M. Piper
A Garden of Eden: Plant-life in South-east Asia (Images of Asia) by Wendy Veevers-Carter
Guanyin by Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky
The House in Southeast Asia (Images of Asia) by Jacques Dumarçay
Images of the Buddha in Thailand (Images of Asia) by Dorothy H. Fickle
Imperial Belvederes: The Hill Stations of Malaya (Images of Asia) by S. Robert Aiken
Indonesian Batik: Processes, Patterns, and Places (Images of Asia) by Sylvia Fraser-Lu
Japanese Cinema: An Introduction (Images of Asia) by Donald Richie
The Japanese Kimono (Images of Asia) by Hugo Munsterberg
Japanese Musical Instruments (Images of Asia) by Hugh de Ferranti
Javanese Gamelan by Jennifer Lindsay
Javanese Shadow Puppets (Images of Asia) by Ward Keeler
The Kris: Mystic Weapon of the Malay World (Images of Asia) by Edward Frey
Lao Textiles and Traditions (Images of Asia) by Mary Connors
Macau (Images of Asia) by Cesar Guillen-Nunez
Mandarin Squares by Valery Garrett
Modern Chinese Art (Images of Asia) by David Clarke
Musical Instruments of South-east Asia (Images of Asia) by Eric Taylor
New Chinese Cinema (Images of Asia) by Kwok-kan Tam
Old Bangkok (Images of Asia) by Michael Smithies
Old Hanoi (Images of Asia) by Mark Sidel
Old Kuala Lumpur by J. M. Gullick
Old Kuching (Images of Asia S.) by Alice Yen Ho
Old Malacca by Sarnia Hayes Hoyt
Old Manila (Images of Asia) by Ramon M. Zaragoza
Old Penang by Sarnia Hayes Hoyt
Old Seoul (Images of Asia) by Keith Pratt
Old Shanghai (Images of Asia) by Betty Peh-T'i Wei
Old Tokyo (Images of Asia) by Keiko Imai Packard
Rice in South-east Asia : cultures and landscapes by Jacqueline M. Piper
Sailing Craft of Indonesia (Images of Asia) by Adrian Horridge
Silverware of South-east Asia (Images of Asia) by Sylvia Fraser-Lu
South China village culture by James Hayes
Spices by Joanna Hall Brierley
Temples of the Empress of Heaven (Images of Asia) by Joseph Bosco
Traditional Chinese Clothing: in Hong Kong and South China, 1840-1980 (Images of Asia) by Valery Garrett
Voyage of the Emerald Buddha (Images of Asia) by Karen Schur Narula

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