There are several ways to search the Library's catalog for materials; however you might want to use the Subject Headings Art China or Art Chinese.
Article Databases and Journals
ASU Library subscribes to over 400 databases. On the Libraries' homepage under Articles you can search for articles, select a specific database or look up an e-Journal by title. Though there are many databases that might be useful I have selected several to get you started in your research.
Comprehensive online reference resource for all aspects of the visual arts worldwide from prehistory to the 1990s. Includes information on artists, worldwide art, artistic techniques, and other art-related topics.
Contains the complete encyclopedia, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary & the Britannica Book of the Year. Includes articles, illustrations, definitions, and links to Web sites selected, rated, and reviewed by Britannica editors.
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