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 C100art (IN)Chinese Paper Cuts - China / Books / Art
Temko, Florence
 C101art (IN)Paper Pandas and Jumping Frogs: Origami and its Uses - China / Books / Art
Temko, Florence
 C2106art (IN)Pictorial Album of Chinese Folk Art - China / Books / Art
Wang, Shucun
 C2107art (IN)Traditional Chinese Designs - China / Books / Art
Appelbaum, Stanley
 C2164art (IN)The Chinese Century: A Photographic History - China / Books / Art
Spence, Jonathan and Annping Chin
 C2243art (IN)Chinese Kites: How to Make and Fly Them - China / Books / Art
Jue, David F.
 C2247art (IN)A Concise History of China - China / Books / Art
Roberts, J. A. G.
 C2335art (IN)Children in Chinese Art - China / Books / Art
Wicks, Ann Barrott, ed.
 C2366art (IN)Chinese Folk Art - China / Books / Art
Yang, Xianrang and Yang Yang
 C2368art (IN)Chinese Kites - China / Books / Art
Chungen, Liu
 C2391art (IN)China's Old Dwellings - China / Books / Art
Knapp, Ronald G.
 C2436art (IN)Li Kung-Lin's Classic of Filial Piety - China / Books / Art
Barnhart, Richard M.
 C2464art (IN)Friends of the House: Furniture from China's Towns and Villages - China / Books / Art
Berliner, Nancy and Sarah Handler
 C2465art (IN)Yin Yu Tang: The Architecture and Daily Life of a Chinese House - China / Books / Art
Berliner, Nancy
 C2506art (IN)Looking at Chinese Painting - China / Books / Art
Yao-t'ing, Wang
 C2542art (IN)The Old Towns of Chongqing - China / Books / Art
He Zhiya
 C2830art (IN)Owen Jones' Chinese Ornament - China / Books / Art
Jones, Owen
 C2897art (IN)Chinese Export Art at Historic Deerfield - China / Books / Art
Lange, Amanda E.
 C2903art (IN)Along the Riverbank - China / Books / Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
 C2904art (IN)Splendors of Imperial China - China / Books / Art
Hearn, Maxwell K.
 C2905art (IN)Wisdom and Compassion: Sacred Art of Tibet - China / Books / Art
Thurman, Rhie
 C37art (IN)Understanding China through Cartoons - China / Books / Art
Bled, C. E.
 C39art (IN)Tangrams: Picture-Making Puzzle Game - China / Books / Art
Note, Peter Van
 C76art (IN)A Coloring Book of Ancient China - China / Books / Art
 C77art (IN)China: 7000 Years of Discovery - China / Books / Art
China Science and Technology Palace Preparatory Committee and the Ontario Science Center
 C78art (IN)Selected Drawings by Chinese Children - China / Books / Art
Chinese People's National Committee for the Defense of Children, ed.
 C80art (IN)Treasury of Chinese Design Motifs - China / Books / Art
D'Addetta, Joseph
 C81art (IN)Chinese Folk Songs: An Anthology of 25 Favorites - China / Books / Art
Ding, Mai, comp.
 C85art (IN)Chinese Artistic Kites - China / Books / Art
Ha, Kuiming and Yigi Ha
 C86art (IN)The Romance of Chinese Art - China / Books / Art
Hobson, A. L., et al
 C87art (IN)Magic of the Brush - China / Books / Art
Hsu, Kai-Yu and Catherine Woo
 C91art (IN)Archaic Chinese Jades - China / Books / Art
Lyons, Elizabeth and Robert J. Poor, eds.
 C92art (IN)Paper Lanterns: Two Methods - China / Books / Art
Mann, Shiah
 C93art (IN)New Archaeological Finds in China vols. I - China / Books / Art
 C95art (IN)Pictures by Chinese Children - China / Books / Art
 C97art (IN)China's Puppets - China / Books / Art
Stalberg, Roberta Helmer
 C99art (IN)The Arts of China - China / Books / Art
Sullivan, Michael
 C104chl (IN)Ashima - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yang, Gladys, tr.
 C105chl (IN)Saving the Panda - China / Books / Children's Literature
Bi, Fengzhu
 C106chl (IN)Animal Named Year - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chang, Diana and Helen Chu
 C108chl (IN)Animals of Ancient China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chastain, Frances
 C109chl (IN)Fang-Fang's Teeth - China / Books / Children's Literature
Cheng, Yiru and Jialo Mi
 C110chl (IN)Chinese Myths - China / Books / Children's Literature
Jin, Yu
 C111chl (IN)Tintin's Travel Diaries: China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Dauber, Maximilien and Martine Noblet, tr. Maureen Walker
 C112chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables 5 - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ding, Er, adapter
 C114chl (IN)Stealing the Rhinoceros' Pearls and Other Folk Tales - China / Books / Children's Literature
Fan, He, ed.
 C115chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables 1 - China / Books / Children's Literature
Fang, Yijun, adapter
 C117chl (IN)Favorite Children's Stories from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C118chl (IN)Frog Rider: Folk Tales from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C119chl (IN)Family in China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Fyson, Nace Lui and Richard Greenhill
 C120chl (IN)The Star Panda - China / Books / Children's Literature
Geng, Shouzhong
 C121chl (IN)Long Is a Dragon - China / Books / Children's Literature
Goldstein, Peggy
 C122chl (IN)The Great China Panda Series. See Bi, Geng, Ma, Sha, Tan, and Wang - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C123chl (IN)Little Soldier Chang Ka-tse - China / Books / Children's Literature
Hsu, Kuang-Yao
 C124chl (IN)Favorite Children's Stories from China and Tibet - China / Books / Children's Literature
Hume, Lotta Carswell
 C125chl (IN)The Little Snowman - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ji, Hong
 C126chl (IN)Lu Ban Learns Carpentry - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ji, Hua, adapter
 C127chl (IN)Weighing the Elephant - China / Books / Children's Literature
Jin, Honggang, ill. Wang Guoneng
 C129chl (IN)Happy Children - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ju, Zi, adapter
 C130chl (IN)Proud Peacock - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ju, Zi, adapter
 C134chl (IN)Le Xiaoying's Cartoons for Children - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C135chl (IN)The Chinese Word for Horse and Other Stories - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lewis, John
 C137chl (IN)The Candlewick Fairy - China / Books / Children's Literature
Li, Shufen
 C138chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables 4 - China / Books / Children's Literature
Liao, Di, abr.
 C139chl (IN)The Kitten Visits the Park - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lin, Songying
 C141chl (IN)Fun with Chinese Horoscopes - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lip, Evelyn
 C142chl (IN)Panda Bear Goes Visiting - China / Books / Children's Literature
Liu, Qian
 C144chl (IN)Little Tadpoles Looking for Their Mothers - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lu, Bing
 C145chl (IN)Three Precious Pearls - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lu, Meng
 C146chl (IN)Giant Panda's Habitat - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ma, Xingjin and Guangyou Tang
 C147chl (IN)The Giant Panda, a Living Fossil - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ma, Xingjin and Guangyou Tang
 C148chl (IN)Lei Lei's Day - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ma, Yue
 C149chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables 6 - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ma, Zheng, ed.
 C151chl (IN)Peacock Maiden: Folktales from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C154chl (IN)El Chino - China / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 C155chl (IN)China Coloring Guide - China / Books / Children's Literature
Seablom, Seth H.
 C156chl (IN)Tracking the Panda - China / Books / Children's Literature
Sha, Qing
 C158chl (IN)Snake-bite Doctor and Other Children's Stories from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C159chl (IN)Red Eggs and Dragon Boats: Celebrating Chinese Festivals - China / Books / Children's Literature
Stepanchuk, Carol
 C160chl (IN)Rearing the Panda - China / Books / Children's Literature
Tan, Bangjie
 C161chl (IN)Echo - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ting, Mei
 C162chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Town - China / Books / Children's Literature
Unstead, R. J., ed.
 C163chl (IN)Mother Panda and Her Baby - China / Books / Children's Literature
Wang, Menghu and Shiqiang Huang
 C164chl (IN)Water Buffalo and the Tiger: Folktales from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C165chl (IN)Lion Dancer: Ernie Wan's Chinese New Year - China / Books / Children's Literature
Waters, Kate and Madeline Slovenz-Low
 C166chl (IN)The Legend of Mu Lan: A Heroine of Ancient China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Wei, Jiang and Gen Xing
 C167chl (IN)Brocade of the Zhuang Nationality - China / Books / Children's Literature
Wei, Xinglang
 C168chl (IN)The Chinese Ink Stick - China / Books / Children's Literature
Wiese, Kurt
 C169chl (IN)Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes - China / Books / Children's Literature
Wyndham, Robert, ed.
 C16chl (IN)Tales from Gold Mountain - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yee, Paul
 C170chl (IN)Little Chen and the Dragon Brothers - China / Books / Children's Literature
Xi, Can and Jian Wen, adapter
 C171chl (IN)How the Monkeys Fished for the Moon - China / Books / Children's Literature
Xia, Xia., ed.
 C172chl (IN)Putting the Air to Work - China / Books / Children's Literature
Xiao, Bing
 C174chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yang, Xiangyi and Gladys Yang, tr.
 C175chl (IN)China for Younger Readers - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ye, Yonglie and Nei Wen
 C176chl (IN)Why Rat Comes First - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yen, Clara
 C178chl (IN)One to Zero - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yi, Ho
 C179chl (IN)I Am on Duty Today - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yi, Yang and Liang Ke
 C180chl (IN)Magic Deer - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ying, Mei
 C181chl (IN)The Terrible Nung Gwana: A Chinese Folktale - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed, adapter
 C183chl (IN)Roosters Horns: A Chinese Puppet Play to Make - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed and Hilary Beckett
 C184chl (IN)Sea Flower - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yu, Sung-yen
 C186chl (IN)Four Inventions in Ancient China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Zhu, Kang, ills. Hong Tao and Feng Congying
 C187chl (IN)Ancient Chinese Fables 2 - China / Books / Children's Literature
Zuo, Ni, adapter
 C2109chl (IN)Children's Literature in China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Farquhar, Mary Ann
 C2110chl (IN)Dalai Lama - China / Books / Children's Literature
Demi
 C2111chl (IN)Made in China: Ideas & Inventions from Ancient China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Williams, Suzanne
 C2113chl (IN)Ten Suns: A Chinese Legend - China / Books / Children's Literature
Kimmel, Eric
 C2220chl (IN)The Fundamental Operations in Bead Arithmetic: How to Use the Chinese Abacus - China / Books / Children's Literature
 C2222chl (IN)The Great Wall - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lindesay, William
 C2241chl (IN)Women of the Tang Dynasty - China / Books / Children's Literature
Holdsworth, May
 C2251chl (IN)Voices of the Heart - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed
 C2252chl (IN)Monkey King - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed
 C2346chl (IN)The Master Swordsman & The Magic Doorway - China / Books / Children's Literature
Provensen, Alice
 C2389chl (IN)Sweet amd Sour: Tales from China Retold - China / Books / Children's Literature
Kendall, Carol & Yao-wen Li
 C2422chl (IN)The Seven Chinese Brothers - China / Books / Children's Literature
Mahy, Margaret
 C2423chl (IN)Cleversticks - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ashley, Bernard
 C2426chl (IN)The Moon Lady - China / Books / Children's Literature
Schields, Gretchen
 C2427chl (IN)Moonbeams, Dumplings, & Dragon Boats - China / Books / Children's Literature
Simonds, Nina, Leslie Swartz, & the Children's Museum, Boston
 C2451chl (IN)Monkey King Wreaks Havoc in Heaven - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chen, Debby
 C2462chl (IN)The Butterfly's Dream: Children's Stories from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Keido, Ippo (retold by)
 C2532chl (IN)Exploring Chinatown: A Children's Guide to Chinese Culture - China / Books / Children's Literature
Carol Stepanchuk
 C2543chl (IN)Tikki Tikki Tembo - China / Books / Children's Literature
Mosel, Arlene, retold by
 C2617chl (IN)Fantastic Inventions and Inventors - China / Books / Children's Literature
Zhu, Kang
 C2631chl (IN)Musical Journey - China / Books / Children's Literature
Joon, Liow Kah
 C2639chl (IN)The Song of Mu Lan - China / Books / Children's Literature
Lee, Jeanne M.
 C2640chl (IN)Fa Mulan - China / Books / Children's Literature
San Souci, Robert D.
 C2678chl (IN)China's Bravest Girl - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chin, Charlie
 C2679chl (IN)Ancient China: See Through History - China / Books / Children's Literature
Williams, Brian
 C2680chl (IN)Pie-Biter - China / Books / Children's Literature
McCunn, Ruthanne Lum
 C2683chl (IN)The Rooster's Horns: A Chinese Puppet Play - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed
 C2691chl (IN)Houses of China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Shemie, Bonnie
 C2706chl (IN)Dragon Wings - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yep, Laurence
 C2707chl (IN)The Dragon's Tale - China / Books / Children's Literature
Demi
 C2708chl (IN)Story of the Chinese Zodiac - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chang/Charette
 C2761chl (IN)I See the Sun in China - China / Books / Children's Literature
King, Dedie with illustrations by Judith Inglese
 C2773chl (IN)Word Art - China / Books / Children's Literature
Silver, Cai Xi
 C2774chl (IN)Dear Diana: Travel with me to China! - China / Books / Children's Literature
Collier, Margaret C.
 C2776chl (IN)The Ballad of Mulan - China / Books / Children's Literature
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 C2836chl (IN)Magical Monkey King: Mischief in Heaven - China / Books / Children's Literature
Ji Li Jiang
 C2906chl (IN)Happy New Year - China / Books / Children's Literature
Demi
 C2907chl (OUT)Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Young, Ed
 C2908chl (IN)Mountain Light - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yep, Lawrence
 C2909chl (IN)Spring Pearl: The Last Flower - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yep, Lawrence
 C2910chl (IN)Yeh-Shen A Cinderella Story from China - China / Books / Children's Literature
Louie, Ai-Ling
 C2911chl (IN)Marco Polo for Kids - China / Books / Children's Literature
Herbert, Janis
 C2912chl (IN)Early China and the Wall - China / Books / Children's Literature
Nancarrow, Peter
 C2913chl (IN)Everybody Cooks Rice - China / Books / Children's Literature
Dooley, Norah
 C43chl (IN)Chinese Proverbs - China / Books / Children's Literature
McCunn, Ruthanne Lum
 C4chl (IN)The Mouse Bride: A Chinese Folktale (in English/Korean) - China / Books / Children's Literature
Chang, Monica
 C5chl (IN)Two of Everything - China / Books / Children's Literature
Hong, Lily Toy
 C6chl (IN)Chinese Folk Tales - China / Books / Children's Literature
Hou, Guanbin
 C7chl (IN)Selling the Donkey - China / Books / Children's Literature
Li, Hong
 C8chl (IN)The Dragon Prince: A Chinese Beauty & the Beast Tale - China / Books / Children's Literature
Yep, Laurence
 C2676cam (IN)Wooden Fish Songs - China / Books / Chinese Americans
McCunn, Ruthanne Lum
 C2916cam (IN)The Celestials - China / Books / Chinese Americans
Shephard, Karen
 C192cul (IN)Wisdom in Chinese Proverbs - China / Books / Culture
Chen, Wanheng and Li Xiaoxiang. Tr. Gong Lizeng and Yang Aiwen
 C196cul (IN)Heart of the Dragon - China / Books / Culture
Clayre, Alasdair
 C199cul (IN)Chinese Civilization and Society, A Sourcebook - China / Books / Culture
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley
 C1cul (IN)Origins of Chinese Festivals - China / Books / Culture
Goh, Pei Ki and Kok Kok Kiang, trans.
 C200cul (IN)Chu Hsi's Family Rituals: A Twelfth-Century Chinese Manual for the Performance of Cappings, Weddings, Funerals, and Ancestral Rites - China / Books / Culture
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, trans.
 C203cul (IN)People's Republic of China: A Basic Handbook - China / Books / Culture
Goldstein, Steven M., Katherine Sears, Richard C. Bush
 C210cul (IN)China: People's Republic of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong - China / Books / Culture
Joseph, Dr. William A.
 C215cul (IN)Story of Rice - China / Books / Culture
Kenworthy, Leonard
 C218cul (IN)Traditional Chinese Festivals - China / Books / Culture
Latsch, Marie-Luise
 C2206cul (IN)Tibet - Faces: People, Places, and Cultures - China / Books / Culture
Crooker, Elizabeth, ed.
 C229cul (IN)Fun with Chinese Festivals - China / Books / Culture
Peng, Tan Huay
 C230cul (IN)China: A General Survey - China / Books / Culture
Qi, Wen
 C2350cul (IN)Turning Bricks into Jade: Critical Incidents for Mutual Understanding among Chinese and Americans - China / Books / Culture
Wang, Mary Margaret, et al.
 C237cul (IN)Mooncakes and Hungry Ghosts: Festivals of China - China / Books / Culture
Stepanchuk, Carol and Charles Wong
 C2381cul (IN)Tibetan Tantric Charms and Amulets - China / Books / Culture
Douglas, Nik
 C238cul (IN)China Today: From Youth to Retirement - China / Books / Culture
Su, Wenming, ed.
 C239cul (IN)China Today: Life at the Grassroots - China / Books / Culture
Su, Wenming, ed.
 C240cul (IN)Genius of China: 3,000 Years of Science, Discovery and Invention - China / Books / Culture
Temple, Robert
 C2416cul (IN)Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes - China / Books / Culture
Lau, Theodora
 C2418cul (IN)China: Civilizations Past to Present - China / Books / Culture
National Geographic
 C241cul (IN)Dear Alice: Letters Home from Americans Learning to Live in China - China / Books / Culture
Thompson, Phyllis, ed.
 C247cul (IN)China for Younger Readers - China / Books / Culture
Ye, Yonglie and Wei Wen
 C248cul (IN)Chinese Folk Songs - China / Books / Culture
Yeh, Yung-Ching, ed.
 C2591cul (IN)Chinese Myths - China / Books / Culture
Lin, Te
 C2634cul (IN)Tea and Chinese Culture - China / Books / Culture
Wang, Ling
 C2688cul (IN)Understanding China: A Guide to China's Economy, History, and Political Culture - China / Books / Culture
Starr, John Bryan
 C2692cul (IN)China, Inside the Dragon - China / Books / Culture
National Geographic (May 2008)
 C2702cul (IN)Chinese Have a Word for It - China / Books / Culture
De Mente, Boye Lafayette
 C2709cul (IN)Dress and Festivities of the Minority Peoples in Yunnan - China / Books / Culture
China Travel & Tourism Press
 C2710cul (IN)Naxi Paper - China / Books / Culture
Yunnan Fine Arts Press
 C2712cul (IN)China Gold: China's Quest for Global Power & Olympic Glory - China / Books / Culture
Hong, MacKay & Christensen
 C2757cul (IN)China's New Confucianism: Politics and Everyday Life in a Changing Society - China / Books / Culture
Bell, Daniel A.
 C2784cul (IN)Ai - China / Books / Culture
 C2785cul (IN)Ai Wei Wei Speaks with Hans Ulrich Obrist - China / Books / Culture
Ai Wei Wei and Hans Ulrich Obrist
 C2786cul (IN)Ai Wei Wei's Blog - China / Books / Culture
Ai Wei Wei
 C2829cul (IN)Chinese in Boston, 1865 -1965: Images of America - China / Books / Culture
Wing-kai To, Chinese Historical Society of New England
 C2832cul (IN)Chinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast-Changing Land - China / Books / Culture
Shah, Angilee and Jeffrey Wasserstrom, eds.
 C2849cul (IN)Only Hope: Coming of Age under China's One Child Policy - China / Books / Culture
Fong, Vanessa L.
 C2850cul (IN)Some Assembly Required: Work, Community, and Politics in China's Rural Enterprises - China / Books / Culture
Chen, Calvin
 C2858cul (IN)China Urban: Ethnographies of Contemporary Culture - China / Books / Culture
Chen, Nancy N.; Constance D. Clark; Suzanne Z. Gottschang; Lyn Jeffrey
 C2861cul (IN)Wanting a Daughter, Needing a Son: Abandonment, Adoption, and Orphanage Care in China - China / Books / Culture
Johnson, Kay Ann
 C2914cul (IN)China Inc. - China / Books / Culture
Fishman, Ted C.
 C2915cul (IN)Chinese Cultural Resource Book - China / Books / Culture
 C45cul (IN)Chinese Cultural Activities, vol. I and II - China / Books / Culture
A.R.T.S. Inc.
 C485cul (IN)Visit to Chinatown - China / Books / Culture
Srulowitz, Frances and Leslie Swartz
 C2362eco (IN)The Coming Collapse of China - China / Books / Economics
Chang, Gordon G.
 C255eco (IN)Chinese Economic Thought before the Seventeenth Century - China / Books / Economics
Hu, Jichuang
 C261eco (IN)Bulls in the China Shop: And Other Sino-American Business Encounters - China / Books / Economics
Stross, Randall
 C2684eco (IN)China, Inc. - China / Books / Economics
Fishman, Ted C.
 C2569edu (IN)English (Chinese textbook for learning English) - China / Books / Education
 C273edu (IN)Education and Science - China / Books / Education
Zhou, Yicheng, Cai Guanping, and Liu Huzhang, trans.
 C2880edu (IN)Educating Young Giants: What Kids Learn (and Don't Learn) in China and America - China / Books / Education
Pine, Nancy
 C2441geo (IN)The Territories of the People's Republic of China - China / Books / Geography
Boland-Crewe, Tara and David Lea, eds.
 C2613geo (IN)Exploring the Yangtze, China's Longest River - China / Books / Geography
How Man Wong
 C274geo (IN)China Connections - China / Books / Geography
Kalat, Marie B. and Elizabeth F. Hoermann.
 C2837geo (IN)The Chinese City - China / Books / Geography
Wu, Weiping and Piper Gaubatz
 C10his (IN)Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook - China / Books / History
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley
 C2114his (IN)China: A New History (enlarged edition) - China / Books / History
Fairbank, John King and Merle Goldman
 C2115his (IN)Concise History of China - China / Books / History
Roberts, J. A. G.
 C2116his (IN)Did Marco Polo Go to China? - China / Books / History
Wood, Frances
 C2119his (IN)Mountain of Fame: Portraits in Chinese History - China / Books / History
Wills, John E., Jr.
 C2120his (IN)Private Life of Chairman Mao - China / Books / History
Li, Zhisui
 C2121his (IN)Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection - China / Books / History
Cheng, Pei-kai and Michael Lestz with Jonathan D. Spence
 C2122his (IN)Ten Years of Madness: Oral Histories of the Cultural Revolution - China / Books / History
Feng, Jicai
 C2123his (IN)Yellow River: A 5000 Year Journey through China - China / Books / History
Sinclair, Kevin
 C2161his (IN)Chinese Century: A Photographic History - China / Books / History
Spence, Jonathan and Annping Chin
 C2277his (IN)Xuanzang: A Buddhist Pilgrim on the Silk Road - China / Books / History
Wriggins, Sally Hovey
 C2297his (IN)History of Chinese Civilization - China / Books / History
Gernet, Jacques
 C2511his (IN)Red-Color News Soldier - China / Books / History
Zhensheng, Li
 C2517his (IN)Silk Road Journey with Xuanzang - China / Books / History
Wriggins, Salley Hovey
 C2527his (IN)Boxer Rebellion - China / Books / History
Preston, Diana
 C2581his (IN)Ancient Chinese World - China / Books / History
Kleeman, Terry & Tracy Barrett
 C2588his (IN)Silk Road: Two Thousand Years in the Heart of Asia - China / Books / History
Wood, Frances
 C2610his (IN)China: A Cultural, Social, and Political History - China / Books / History
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley
 C2649his (IN)Twentieth Century China - China / Books / History
Schoppa, R. Keith
 C2652his (IN)Thity Years in a Red House: A Memoir of Childhood and Youth in Communist China - China / Books / History
Zhu Xiao Di
 C2653his (IN)Growing Up in the People's Republic: Conversations Between Two Daughters of China's Revolution - China / Books / History
Ye Weili with Ma Xiaodong
 C2689his (IN)Provincial Patriots: The Hunanese and Modern China - China / Books / History
Platt, Stephen R.
 C2700his (IN)Mountain of Fame: Portraits in Chinese History - China / Books / History
Wills, Jr., John E.
 C276his (IN)Ancient China - China / Books / History
Barrett, G. W.
 C2777his (IN)Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom - China / Books / History
Stephen R. Platt
 C279his (IN)Chen Village: The Recent History of a Peasant Community - China / Books / History
Chan, Anita, Richard Madsen, and Jonathan Unger
 C280his (IN)Rape of Nanking - China / Books / History
Chang, Iris
 C2812his (IN)Cultural Revolution: A Very Short Introduction - China / Books / History
Kraus, Richard Curt
 C2813his (IN)Modern China: A Very Short Introduction - China / Books / History
Mitter, Rana
 C281his (IN)China from the Opium Wars to the 1911 Revolution - China / Books / History
Chesneaux, Jean, Marianne Bastid, and Marie-Claire Bergere
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Yuan, Haiwang
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 C290his (IN)Cambridge Illustrated History of China - China / Books / History
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Jones, Claire
 C310his (IN)China: Selected Readings - China / Books / History
Kublin, Hyman, ed.
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Livingston, Jon and Jean Highland, ed.
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Luo, Zhewen and Zhao Luo
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Schurmann, Frank and Orville Schell
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Waley Arthur
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Lu Xun
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Young, Ed
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Chang, Jung
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Lin, Yutang
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Lo, Kuan-chung
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Lu, Wenfu
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Van Gulik, Robert
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Waln, Nora
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Wang, David Der-Wei and Jeanne Tai, eds.
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Wang, Shiqing
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Wu, Cheng'en
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Yang, Xiangyi and Gladys Yang
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Chinoy, Mike
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Goldman, Merle
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Hoff, Benjamin
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Kohn, Livia
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Mullin, Glenn H.
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Shun, Kwong-Loi
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Murphey, Rhoads
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Yue, Daiylan and Carolyn Wakeman
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Lindgren, Merri V., ed.
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 G2567his (IN)History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray U.S. History - East Asia / Books / History
Lindaman, Dana and Hyle Ward
 G2584his (IN)The Asian World, 600-1500 - East Asia / Books / History
Des Forges, Roger V. and John S. Major
 G2596his (IN)The Human Drama: World History: From the Beginning to 500 C.E. - East Asia / Books / History
Johnson, Jean Elliott and Donald James Johnson
 G2597his (IN)The Human Drama: World History: From 500 to 1450 C.E. - East Asia / Books / History
Johnson, Jean Elliott and Donald James Johnson
 G2611his (IN)East Asia: A Cultural, Social, and Political History - East Asia / Books / History
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, Anne Walthall, James B. Palais
 G2666his (IN)A Silk Road: Art and History - East Asia / Books / History
Tucker, Jonathan
 G26his (IN)A Brief History of Chinese and Japanese Civilizations - East Asia / Books / History
Schirokauer, Conrad
 G2734his (IN)Connections Across Eurasia - East Asia / Books / History
Liu, Xinru and Lynda Norene Shaffer
 G2779his (IN)Modern East Asia - East Asia / Books / History
Lipman, Jonathan, Barbara Molony, and Michael Robinson
 G2845his (IN)History Wars - East Asia / Books / History
Linenthal, Edward T. and Tom Engelhardt
 G2901his (IN)Traditions and Encounters - East Asia / Books / History
Bentley, Jerry H., Herbert F. Ziegler
 G2902his (IN)East Asia: Tradition and Transformation - East Asia / Books / History
Fairbank, John F., Edwin O. Reischaner, Albert M. Craig
 G2933his (OUT)American Phoenix: The Remarkable Story of William Skinner - East Asia / Books / History
Kilborne, Sarah S.
 G552his (IN)The Pacific Century (2nd edition) - East Asia / Books / History
Bothwick, Mark
 G553his (IN)The Pacific Century: Study Guide - East Asia / Books / History
Bothwick, Mark and Gil Latz
 G556his (IN)War-Wasted Asia: Letters, 1945-46 - East Asia / Books / History
Cary, Otis, ed.
 G560his (IN)East Asia and the Western Pacific - East Asia / Books / History
Hinton, Harold C.
 G566his (IN)Southeast Asia - East Asia / Books / History
Mestrovic, Matthew
 G567his (IN)East Asia: A New History - East Asia / Books / History
Murphey, Rhoades
 G568his (IN)National Standards for History for Grades K-4 - East Asia / Books / History
National Center for History in the Schools
 G570his (IN)National Standards for World History - East Asia / Books / History
National Center for History in the Schools
 G577his (IN)When Tigers Fight: The Story of the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 - East Asia / Books / History
Wilson, Dick
 G2197lit (IN)Asian Pop Cinema: Bombay to Tokyo - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Server, Lee
 G2202lit (IN)Between Worlds: Contemporary Asian-American Plays - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Berson, Misha, ed.
 G2578lit (IN)War Trash - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Jin, Ha
 G28lit (IN)Masterworks of Asian Literature in Comparative Perspective: A Guide for Teaching - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Miller, Barbara Stoler, ed.
 G33lit (IN)Cambodian Folk Stories from the Gatiloke - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Carrison, Muriel Paskin
 G581lit (IN)For Spacious Skies - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Buck, Pearl S.
 G582lit (IN)Pearl S. Buck-A Biography: Her Philosophy as Expressed in Her Letters - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Harris, Theodore F.
 G583lit (IN)Muae: A Journal of Transcultural Production - East Asia / Books / Literature and Film
Lew, Walter K., ed.
 G2102pol (IN)Blowback: The Costs & Consequences of American Empire - East Asia / Books / Politics and Government
Johnson, Chalmers
 G2184pol (IN)The Chinese and the Japanese - East Asia / Books / Politics and Government
Akira, Iriye
 G2521pol (IN)Junior Scholastic, Vol. 106, No. 11, 1/19/04: Election 2004 - East Asia / Books / Politics and Government
Scholastic, Inc.
 G2842pol (IN)Cultures of War - East Asia / Books / Politics and Government
Dower, John W.
 G591pol (IN)The Third Century: America's Resurgence in the Asian Era - East Asia / Books / Politics and Government
Kotkin, Joel and Yoriko Kishimoto.
 G600rec (IN)Games of the World - East Asia / Books / Recreation and Fitness
Grunfield, Frederic, ed.
 G2410ref (IN)The World History Highway: A Guide to Internet Resources - East Asia / Books / Reference
Trinkle, Dennis A. and Scott A. Merriman, eds.
 G2579ref (IN)The Penguin State of the World Atlas, 7th edition - East Asia / Books / Reference
Smith, Dan
 G2580ref (IN)The Penguin Atlas of Women in the World - East Asia / Books / Reference
Seager, Joni
 G2628ref (IN)The World History Highway: A Guide to Internet Resources - East Asia / Books / Reference
M.E. Sharpe
 G29ref (IN)The State of Women in the World Atlas - East Asia / Books / Reference
Seager, Joni
 G603ref (IN)Materials for Indochinese Students: An Annotated Bibliography - East Asia / Books / Reference
Do, Tuan Dinh, ed.
 G611ref (IN)Standards for the English Language Arts - East Asia / Books / Reference
National Council of Teachers of English and the International Reading Association
 G612ref (IN)State of the World's Children, 1996 - East Asia / Books / Reference
UNICEF
 G2103rel (IN)Confucius Lives Next Door - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Reid, T. R.
 G2210rel (IN)Confucius and Confucianism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Baker, Rosalie F. and Charles F. Baker
 G2298rel (IN)Religions of the World: Confucianism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Slavicek, Louise Chipley
 G2468rel (IN)Buddhas of Kamakura - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Kobin Yukawa
 G2474rel (IN)Buddha, A Very Short Introduction - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Carrithers, Michael
 G2568rel (IN)Buddhism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Wilkinson, Philip
 G2718rel (IN)Teaching Confucianism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Richey, Jeffrey L.
 G2730rel (IN)Religions of Asia Today - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Esposito, John L., Darrell J. Fasching, and Todd Lewis
 G2745rel (IN)The Path of Buddhism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Life Magazine, March 7, 1955
 G2811rel (IN)Women Practicing Buddhism - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Gregory, Peter N. and Susanne Mrozik, eds.
 G2826rel (IN)Buddhist Ethics: A Very Short Introduction - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Keown, Damien
 G2827rel (IN)Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Keown, Damien
 G2835rel (IN)Being Peace - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Thich Nhat Hanh
 G2935rel (IN)The Lord Buddha - East Asia / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Rev. Ryowa Takahashi
 G2331soc (IN)Thunder from the East: Portrait of a Rising Asia - East Asia / Books / Society
Kristof, Nicholas D. and Sheryl WuDunn
 G2570soc (IN)'Asian Journey' - East Asia / Books / Society
Time Magazine
 G617tra (IN)Host Family Survival Kit: A Guide for American Host Families - East Asia / Books / Travel
King, Nancy and Ken Huff
 G2235wom (IN)Women in Asia: Tradition, Modernity, and Globalization - East Asia / Books / Women
Edwards, Louise and Mina Roces
 G2305wom (IN)Women in the Material World - East Asia / Books / Women
D'Aluisio, Faith and Peter Menzel
 G2316wom (IN)Gender in World History - East Asia / Books / Women
Stearns, Peter N.
 G585wom (IN)Rice Bowl Women: Writings by and about the Women of China and Japan - East Asia / Books / Women
Shimer, Dorothy Blair, ed.
 J1869mpa (IN)Corpse with Atmosphere - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Betsuyaku, Minoru
 J1870mpa (IN)Japanese Theatre - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Bowers, Faubion
 J1871mpa (IN)Golden Country: A Play about Martyrs in Japan - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Endo, Shusaku
 J1872mpa (IN)Kabuki - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Gunji, Masakatsu
 J1873mpa (IN)Kabuki Handbook - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Halford, Aubrey S. and Giovanna M. Halford
 J1874mpa (IN)Song, Dance, Storytelling: Aspects of the Performing Arts in Japan - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Hoff, Frank
 J1876mpa (IN)Chushingura (The Treasury of Loyal Retainers) - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Keene, Donald
 J1877mpa (IN)Understanding Japan: Japanese Theater (Rewrite of Kokubo) - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Kikuchi, Akira
 J1878mpa (IN)Understanding Japan: Japanese Theater - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Kokubo, Tamotsu
 J1880mpa (IN)Selected Plays of Kyogen - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
McKinnon, Richard N., ed.
 J1883mpa (IN)Three Modern Kyogen - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Richie, Donald
 J1884mpa (IN)Japanese Folk-Plays - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Sakanishi, Shio, trans.
 J1885mpa (IN)Puppet Theatre of Japan - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Scott, A. C.
 J1886mpa (IN)Kabuki - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Toita, Yasuji and Chiaki Yoshida
 J1887mpa (IN)No Plays of Japan - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Waley, Arthur
 J2011mpa (IN)Kyogen Book: An Anthology of Japanese Classical Comedies - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Kenny, Don
 J2357mpa (IN)Word and Image in Japanese Cinema - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Washburn, Dennis and Carole Cavanaugh, eds.
 J2559mpa (IN)Jazz Journeys to Japan: The Heart Within - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Minor, William
 J2846mpa (IN)Noh - Japan / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Maruoka Daiji and Tatsuo Yoshikoshi
 J1959art (IN)Japanese Castles - Japan / Books / Art
Fujioka, Michio
 J2166art (IN)In Search of the Spirit: The Living National Treasures of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Hamanaka, Sheila and Ayano Ohmi
 J2193art (IN)Aomori and Maine: Bridges Through Time - Japan / Books / Art
Maine State Museum and Aomori Prefectural Museum
 J2212art (IN)Art of Japanese Prints - Japan / Books / Art
Cawthorne, Nigel
 J2263art (IN)Japan: A History in Art - Japan / Books / Art
Smith, Bradley
 J2284art (IN)Snow, Wave, Pine: Traditional Patterns in Japanese Design - Japan / Books / Art
Thomas, Jay W., trans.
 J2288art (IN)Japanese Crafts: A Complete Guide to Today's Traditional Handmade Objects - Japan / Books / Art
Japan Craft Forum
 J2314art (IN)Playthings and Pastimes in Japanese Prints - Japan / Books / Art
Baten, Lea
 J2322art (IN)100 Views of Mount Fuji - Japan / Books / Art
Clark, Timothy
 J2333art (IN)Japanese Woodblock Printing - Japan / Books / Art
Salter, Rebecca
 J2376art (IN)Guide to Japanese Prints and Their Subject Matter - Japan / Books / Art
Stewart, Basil
 J2380art (IN)Japanese Design Motifs - Japan / Books / Art
Matsuya Piece-Goods Store
 J2394art (IN)Japanese Gardens: An Illustrated Guide to Their Design and History - Japan / Books / Art
Conder, Josiah
 J2405art (IN)Utamaro: Portraits from the Floating World - Japan / Books / Art
Kobayashi, Tadashi
 J2407art (IN)Japan's Folk Architecture - Japan / Books / Art
Kawashima, Chuji
 J2442art (IN)Sesshu's Long Scroll: A Zen Landscape Journey - Japan / Books / Art
Chiba, Reiko
 J2467art (IN)Anno's The Tale of the Heike - Japan / Books / Art
Eric Carle Museum Exhibition Book
 J2473art (IN)Japanese Modern Art: Painting from 1910 to 1970 - Japan / Books / Art
Schaarschmidt-Richter, Irmtraud, ed.
 J2500art (IN)Japanese Coloring - Japan / Books / Art
Tanaka, Ikko
 J2503art (IN)Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence - Japan / Books / Art
Juniper, Andew
 J2507art (IN)Twelve Tokyo Crafts - Japan / Books / Art
International Society for Educational Information
 J2555art (IN)Worlds Revealed: The Dawn of Japanese and American Exchange - Japan / Books / Art
Edo-Tokyo Museum and Peabody Essex Museum
 J2562art (IN)Japanscapes: Three Cameras, Three Journeys - Japan / Books / Art
Simmons, Ben, Johnny Hymas, Gorazd Vilhar
 J2635art (IN)Color Woodblock Printmaking: The Traditional Method of Ukiyo-e - Japan / Books / Art
Kanada, Margaret
 J2636art (IN)Japanese Print Coloring Book: 38 Designs Rendered for Coloring - Japan / Books / Art
Sibbett, Jr., ed.
 J2671art (IN)Japanese Woodblock Designs to Color - Japan / Books / Art
 J2672art (IN)Beyond the Tanabata Bridge - Japan / Books / Art
 J2682art (IN)Woodblock Prints Catalog - Japan / Books / Art
Varshavskaya, Elena
 J2770art (IN)120 Hiroshige Woodblock Prints - Japan / Books / Art
Hiroshige, Ando, illus.
 J2816art (IN)Reinventing Tokyo: Japan's Largest City in the Artistic Imagination - Japan / Books / Art
Morse, Samuel C., ed.
 J2920art (IN)Asian Art - Japan / Books / Art
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
 J2921art (IN)Coloring Book of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
 J2922art (IN)Courtly Splendor - Japan / Books / Art
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 J2923art (IN)Japanese House in Space, Memory and Language - Japan / Books / Art
Takeshi, Nakagawa
 J2924art (IN)Kakiemon - Japan / Books / Art
Nagatake, Takeshi
 J2925art (IN)Shino - Japan / Books / Art
Kuroda, Ryoji
 J619art (IN)Japanese Design Motifs: 4260 Illustrations of Heraldic Crests - Japan / Books / Art
Adachi, Inmie, trans.
 J620art (IN)How to Look at Japanese Art - Japan / Books / Art
Addiss, Stephen
 J621art (IN)Art, Life, and Nature in Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Anesaki, Masaharu
 J622art (IN)Origami for Christmas - Japan / Books / Art
Araki, Chiyo
 J623art (IN)Origami in the Classroom: Book II - Japan / Books / Art
Araki, Chiyo
 J625art (IN)Foreigner in Yokohama - Japan / Books / Art
Avery, Edward W. and Frederic A. Sharf, eds.
 J626art (IN)Timely Encounter: 19th-Century Photographs of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Banta, Melissa and Susan Taylor
 J627art (IN)Zen Ink Paintings - Japan / Books / Art
Barnet, Sylvan and William Burto
 J630art (IN)Hiroshige's Tokaido - Japan / Books / Art
Chiba, Reiko, ed.
 J631art (IN)Making of a Japanese Print - Japan / Books / Art
Chiba, Reiko, ed.
 J632art (IN)Hybrid Culture: What Happened When East and West Met - Japan / Books / Art
Cosmo Public Relations Corp.
 J633art (IN)Traditional Japanese Design Motifs - Japan / Books / Art
D'Addetta, Joseph
 J634art (IN)Nagasaki and Yokohama Prints from the Richard Gump Collection - Japan / Books / Art
D'Argence, Rene-Yvon Lefebvre.
 J635art (IN)Utagawa Kuniyoshi - Japan / Books / Art
Dailey, Merlin C.
 J636art (IN)Themes in Japanese Society: Study Guide to PBS Film Series (KQED) - Japan / Books / Art
DeVos, George and Audie Bock
 J637art (IN)Sho Japanese Calligraphy - Japan / Books / Art
Earnshaw, Christopher J.
 J638art (IN)Gift Wrapping: Creative Ideas from Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Ekiguchi, Kunio
 J639art (IN)Japanese Residences and Gardens: A Tradition of Integration - Japan / Books / Art
Fujioka, Michio
 J641art (IN)Treasury of Japanese Designs and Motifs for Artists and Craftsmen - Japan / Books / Art
Grafton, Carol Belanger
 J642art (IN)Space and Spirit in Modern Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Greenbie, Barrie B.
 J643art (IN)Origami - Japan / Books / Art
Harbin, Robert
 J645art (IN)World of Chiyogami: Hand-printed Patterned Papers of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Herring, Ann
 J646art (IN)Japan Day By Day: An Exhibition in Honor of Edward S. Morse - Japan / Books / Art
Hickman, Money and Peter Fetchko
 J647art (IN)Mr. Smith Goes to Tokyo: Japanese Cinema ynder the American Occupation, 1945-1952 - Japan / Books / Art
Hirano, Kyoko
 J648art (IN)Sumi-E: Just for You - Japan / Books / Art
Hirayama, Hakuho
 J649art (IN)Paintings Depicting Historical Scenes of Hokkaido - Japan / Books / Art
Hokkaido Government Office Gallery
 J651art (IN)Traditional Japanese Crest Designs - Japan / Books / Art
Hornung, Clarence
 J652art (IN)Japan Idea: Art and Life in Victorian America - Japan / Books / Art
Hosley, William
 J653art (IN)Ikebana - Japan / Books / Art
Ikenobo, Senei
 J655art (IN)Tsujigahana: The Flower of Japanese Textile Art - Japan / Books / Art
Ito, Toshiko
 J656art (IN)Gardens of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Itoh, Teiji
 J661art (IN)Hokusai's Views of Mt. Fuji - Japan / Books / Art
Jones, Easley Stephen
 J662art (IN)Japan's Creative Origami - Japan / Books / Art
Kawai, Toyoaki
 J663art (IN)Utamaro - Japan / Books / Art
Kikuchi, Sadao
 J665art (IN)Creative Cards: Wrap a Message with a Personal Touch - Japan / Books / Art
Kitagawa, Yoshiko
 J666art (IN)Origami for Parties - Japan / Books / Art
Kobayashi, Kazuo and Makoto Yamaguchi
 J668art (IN)Brush Writing: Calligraphy Techniques for Beginners - Japan / Books / Art
Kuiseko, Ryokusho
 J669art (IN)Famous Ceramics of Japan: Shino - Japan / Books / Art
Kuroda, Ryoji
 J670art (IN)Complete Book of Origami - Japan / Books / Art
Lang, Robert J.
 J671art (IN)Great Work of Japanese Graphic Art - Japan / Books / Art
Mannering, Douglas
 J672art (IN)Essentials of Ikebana - Japan / Books / Art
Massy, Patricia, ed.
 J674art (IN)Japanese Border Designs - Japan / Books / Art
Menten, Theodore
 J675art (IN)Japanese Cut and Use Stencils - Japan / Books / Art
Menten, Theodore
 J676art (IN)Origami for the Enthusiast - Japan / Books / Art
Montroll, John
 J677art (IN)Arts of Japan: An Illustrated History - Japan / Books / Art
Munsterberg, Hugo
 J678art (IN)Mingei: Folk Arts of Old Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Munsterberg, Hugo
 J680art (IN)Paperfolding for Beginners - Japan / Books / Art
Murray, William D. and Francis J. Rigney
 J682art (IN)Famous Ceramics of Japan: Kakiemon - Japan / Books / Art
Nagatake, Takeshi
 J683art (IN)What Is Japanese Architecture? - Japan / Books / Art
Nishi, Kazuo and Kazuo Hozumi.
 J684art (IN)Japanese Architecture - Japan / Books / Art
Noboru, Kawazoe
 J685art (IN)Arts of Japan: Ancient and Medieval - Japan / Books / Art
Noma, Seiroku
 J686art (IN)Arts of Japan: Late Medieval to Modern - Japan / Books / Art
Noma, Seiroku
 J687art (IN)Japan One Hundred Years Ago: E. S. Morse Collection of Photos - Japan / Books / Art
Ohara, Tetsuo, ed.
 J688art (IN)Art and Architecture of Japan - Japan / Books / Art
Paine, Robert Treat and Alexander Soper
 J689art (IN)E. S. Morse Collection, Photography, Text in Japanese - Japan / Books / Art
Peabody Museum of Salem
 J690art (IN)Japan, Through the Eyes of E. S. Morse - Japan / Books / Art
Peabody Museum of Salem
 J691art (IN)Japanese Movie - Japan / Books / Art
Richie, Donald
 J693art (IN)Art of Sumi-E - Japan / Books / Art
Sato, Shozo
 J694art (IN)Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics - Japan / Books / Art
Schodt, Frederik L.
 J696art (IN)Japan, Through the Eyes of E.S. Morse - Japan / Books / Art
Shogakukan
 J697art (IN)Japanese Prints Coloring Book - Japan / Books / Art
Sibbett, Ed, Jr.
 J699art (IN)Cut and Make Japanese Masks - Japan / Books / Art
Smith, A.G. and Josie Hazen
 J700art (IN)Art of the Japanese Kite - Japan / Books / Art
Streeter, Tal
 J701art (IN)Classic Buddhist Sculpture - Japan / Books / Art
Sugiyama, Jiro
 J703art (IN)In Battle's Light: Woodblock Prints of Japan's Early Modern Wars - Japan / Books / Art
Swinton, Elizabeth de Sabato
 J704art (IN)Origami for Fun, 31 Basic Models - Japan / Books / Art
Takahama, Toshie
 J705art (IN)Art and Technique of Sumi-e - Japan / Books / Art
Thompson, Kay
 J706art (IN)Japanese Painting: A Brief History - Japan / Books / Art
Toda, Kenji
 J707art (IN)Tokaido: Hiroshige - Japan / Books / Art
Tokuriki, Tomikichiro
 J709art (IN)Japanese Stencil Designs - Japan / Books / Art
Tuer, Andrew
 J710art (IN)Sumi-E - Japan / Books / Art
Uchiyama, Ukai
 J711art (IN)Early Ukiyo-E Master: Okumura Masanobu - Japan / Books / Art
Vergez, Robert
 J713art (IN)Ikebana: A New Illustrated Guide to Mastery - Japan / Books / Art
Wafu, Teshigahara
 J714art (IN)Swords, Samurai, and Suzuribako - Japan / Books / Art
Wasilewski, Marcy A.
 J716art (IN)Tsu Ku Ru: Aesthetics at Work - Japan / Books / Art
Yoshida, Mitsukuni
 J717art (IN)Folk Art - Japan / Books / Art
Yoshida, Shoya
 J1172chl (IN)Baseball Saved Us - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Mochizuki, Ken and Dom Lee, ills.
 J1591chl (IN)The Grateful Crane (Kodansha Nihongo Folktales Series 3) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kodansha
 J1629chl (IN)*Issun Boshi - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Tachihara, Erika
 J1630chl (IN)*Inaba no Shiro Usagi - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Takashi, Yoichi
 J1632chl (IN)Momotaro - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Tsutsui, Keisuke et al
 J1961chl (IN)Yoshiko and the Foreigner - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Little, Mimi Otey
 J1962chl (IN)The Adventures of Momotaro, The Peach Boy (series of 5, bilingual) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Ioe Saito and Ralph F. McCarthy
 J1963chl (IN)The Grateful Crane - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Quackenbush, Hiroko C., ed.
 J1964chl (IN)Little One-Inch and Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sakade, Florence, ed.
 J1965chl (IN)Journey to Topaz - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko
 J2144chl (IN)Cool Melons - Turn to Frogs! The Life and Poems of Issa - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Gollub, Matthew
 J2239chl (IN)A Rainbow in the Desert: An Anthology of Early-Twentieth-Century Japanese Children's Literature - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Ohta, Yukie, trans.
 J2258chl (IN)Shipwrecked: The True Adventures of a Japanese Boy - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Blumberg, Rhoda
 J2338chl (IN)Hokusai: The Man Who Painted a Mountain - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Ray, Deborah Kogan
 J2339chl (IN)I Live in Tokyo - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Takabayashi, Mari
 J2340chl (IN)Attack on Pearl Harbor: The True Story of the Day America Entered WWII - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Tanaka, Shelley
 J2396chl (IN)Momotaro, The Peach Boy (Kodansha Nihongo Folktales Series 1) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kodansha
 J2403chl (IN)Guri and Gura - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nakagawa, Rieko and Yuriko Yamawaki
 J2425chl (IN)Haiku Picturebook for Children - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nishimoto, Keisuke
 J2428chl (IN)The Farmer and the Poor God - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Wells, Ruth
 J2429chl (IN)The ABC's of Origami: Paper Folding for Children - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sarasas, Claude
 J2430chl (IN)Peach Boy: A Japanese Legend - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sakurai, Gail
 J2431chl (IN)Little Oh - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Melmed, Laura Krauss
 J2490chl (IN)Shin's Tricycle - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kodama, Tatsuharu
 J2491chl (IN)The Lunch Box - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kodama, Tatsuharu
 J2492chl (IN)The Angry Jizo - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Harrison, Beth, trans.
 J2493chl (IN)The Story of Barefoot Gen - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Oda, Hisashi and Ann Herring
 J2494chl (IN)Uepekere of Chitose: Thirteen Stories from the land of the Ainu - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Yaguchi, Yujin, trans.
 J2544chl (IN)One Day in Japan with Hokusai - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Altmann, Julia
 J2545chl (IN)Music for Alice - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 J2553chl (IN)Allison - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Allen Say
 J2554chl (IN)Hachiko Waits - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Newman, Leslea
 J2575chl (IN)Tokyo Friends - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Reynolds, Betty
 J2603chl (IN)Kamishibai Man - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 J2637chl (IN)The Friends - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Yumoto, Kazumi
 J2638chl (IN)Grandfather's Journey - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 J2667chl (IN)Lily and the Wooden Bowl - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Schroeder, Alan
 J2668chl (IN)On That Summer Day - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nagasaki City, trans.
 J2686chl (IN)The Seven Gods of Luck - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
 J2687chl (IN)The Wakame Gatherers - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Thompson, Holly
 J2751chl (IN)Kintaro, the Nature Boy (series of 5, bilingual) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Suiho Yonai and Ralph F. McCarthy
 J2755chl (IN)Urashima and the Kingdom beneath the Sea - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Shiro Kasamatsu and Ralph F. McCarthy
 J2769chl (IN)Eliza's Cherry Trees: Japan's Gift to America - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Zimmerman, Andrea with Ju Hong Chen, illus.
 J2771chl (IN)All About Japan: Stories, Songs, Crafts and More - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Moore, Willamarie with Kazumi Wilds, Illus.
 J2775chl (IN)I Remember Hachiko Speaks - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Newman, Leslie
 J2781chl (IN)Grass Sandals: The Travels of Basho - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Dawnine Spivak, illustrated by Demi
 J2789chl (IN)Hachiko: The True Story of a Loyal Dog - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Turner, Pamela S. and Yan Nascimbene, illus.
 J2790chl (IN)Sixth Grade Math (in Japanese) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Author unknown
 J2807chl (IN)A Letter from Okinawa - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Miyagi, Chie
 J2810chl (IN)Kijimuna and Shisa (English/Japanese) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uehara Roland, Mariko
 J2853chl (IN)Sadako - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Coerr, Eleanor and Ed Young
 J2854chl (IN)Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Eleanor Coerr
 J2926chl (IN)Botchan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Soseki, Natsume
 J2927chl (IN)Kids Explore America's Japanese-American Heritage - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Westridge Young Writers Workshop
 J2928chl (IN)Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Haslam, Andrew and Clare Doran
 J2929chl (IN)Origami Activities - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
LaFosse, Michael G.
 J2930chl (IN)Tea Ceremony - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sato, Shozo
 J718chl (IN)'Kazue' - A Rose of Love - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Aoki, Kaori
 J719chl (IN)Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shogun - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Blumberg, Rhoda
 J720chl (IN)Children's Hiroshima Collection (5 books) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
 J721chl (IN)Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. 5 vols - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Coerr, Eleanor
 J722chl (IN)The Terrible Eek - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Compton, Patricia A
 J723chl (IN)In the Eyes of the Cat: Japanese Poetry for all Seasons - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Demi, ill.
 J724chl (IN)A Family in Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Elkin, Judith
 J726chl (IN)How My Parents Learned to Eat - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Friedman, Ina and Allen Say, ills.
 J728chl (IN)Secrets of the Samurai - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Gaskin, Carol
 J730chl (IN)Grandfather Cherry Blossom - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Hirezaki, Eiho and Ralph McCarthy
 J731chl (IN)Shin's Tricycle. 5 vols - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Hokumen-Jones, Kazuko and Jacky Copson
 J732chl (IN)Shops and Stores in Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Igarashi, Toyoko
 J733chl (IN)The Snow Country Prince - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Ikeda, Daisaku
 J734chl (IN)Haiku by the Children - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
JAL Foundation
 J735chl (IN)Urashima and the Kingdom Beneath the Sea (series of 5, bilingual) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kasamatsu, Shiro and Ralph McCarthy
 J736chl (IN)The Inch-High Samurai (series of 5, bilingual) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kasamatsu, Shiro and Ralph McCarthy
 J737chl (IN)Once Upon a Time in Japan, books 1 and 2 - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kawauchi Sayumi, ed.
 J738chl (IN)Journey to Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Knight, Joan
 J739chl (IN)The Lunch Box. 5 vols - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Kodama, Tatsuharu and Yasushi Nagasawa
 J740chl (IN)A Samurai Castle - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
MacDonald, Fiona, John James, and David Antram
 J742chl (IN)The Girl Who Loved Caterpillars - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Merrill, Jean
 J743chl (IN)Little Pictures of Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Miller, Olive Beaupre, ed.
 J744chl (IN)Heros - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Miller, Olive Beaupre, ed.
 J745chl (IN)Legends of Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Naito, Hiroshi
 J746chl (IN)Riko Rabbit - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nakano, Mei
 J747chl (IN)The Sea and I - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nakawatori, Harutaka and Susan Matsui
 J748chl (IN)Momotaro, The Peach Boy - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nihongo Folktales Series
 J749chl (IN)The Runaway Riceball - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nihongo Folktales Series
 J750chl (IN)*The Grateful Crane - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nihongo Folktales Series
 J751chl (IN)The Night Train - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nishimura, Shigeo
 J752chl (IN)Grandpa's Town - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Nomura, Takaaki
 J753chl (IN)The Moon Princess (series of 5, bilingual) - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Oda, Kancho and Ralph McCarthy
 J754chl (IN)Of Nightingales That Weep - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Paterson, Katherine
 J756chl (IN)The Sign of the Chrysanthemum - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Paterson, Katherine
 J757chl (IN)The Tale of the Mandarin Ducks - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Paterson, Katherine
 J759chl (IN)Momotaro, The Peach Boy - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Quackenbush, Hiroko C., ed.
 J760chl (IN)The Runaway Riceball - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Quackenbush, Hiroko C., ed.
 J761chl (IN)Japanese Children's Favorite Stories - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sakade, Florence, ed.
 J762chl (IN)Kintaro's Adventures and Other Japanese Children's Stories - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Sakade, Florence, ed.
 J763chl (IN)The Bicycle Man - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 J764chl (IN)Tree of Cranes - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Say, Allen
 J765chl (IN)New Scope English Course II - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Shoseki, Tokyo
 J768chl (IN)The Boy of the Three-Year Nap - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Snyder, Diane
 J770chl (IN)Faithful Elephants - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Tsuchiya, Yukio
 J771chl (IN)A Jar of Dreams - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko
 J773chl (IN)The Dancing Kettle - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko
 J774chl (IN)The Magic Listening Cap - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko
 J775chl (IN)The Rooster Who Understood Japanese - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko
 J776chl (IN)The Wise Old Woman - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Uchida, Yoshiko and Martin Springett, ills.
 J777chl (IN)Jojofu - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Waite, Michael P.
 J779chl (IN)A to Zen - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Wells, Ruth
 J780chl (IN)The Angry Jizo. 5 vols - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Yamaguchi, Yuko
 J781chl (IN)Kenta: My Life in Japan - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Yamato, Yuko
 J782chl (IN)The Rooster Who Understood Japanese - Japan / Books / Children's Literature
Yamato, Yuko
 J1967cul (IN)Japanese Food: Customs and Traditions - Japan / Books / Culture
International Society for Educational Information
 J1968cul (IN)A Teachers' Textbook and Writers' Handbook on Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
International Society for Educational Information
 J1972cul (IN)The Japanese Abacus: Its Use and Theory - Japan / Books / Culture
Kojima, Takashi
 J1973cul (IN)Making Delicious Food in 30 Minutes - Japan / Books / Culture
 J1975cul (IN)Japan: The Story of a Nation - Japan / Books / Culture
Reischauer, Edwin O.
 J2135cul (IN)Ainu, Spirit of a Northern People - Japan / Books / Culture
Fitzhugh, William W. and Chisato O. Dubreuil
 J2136cul (IN)Contemporary Japan and Popular Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Treat, John Whittier
 J2138cul (IN)Japanese Family System in Transition: A Sociological Analysis of Family Change in Postwar Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Emiko, Ochiai
 J2140cul (IN)Samurai from Outer Space - Japan / Books / Culture
Levi, Antonia
 J2142cul (IN)Japanese Aesthetics & Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Hume, Nancy G.
 J2143cul (IN)Geisha - Japan / Books / Culture
Dalby, Liza
 J2232cul (IN)Japan and the Pacific Rim (5th ed.) - Japan / Books / Culture
Collinwood, Dean W.
 J2240cul (IN)Japan Pop! Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Craig, Timothy J., ed
 J2278cul (IN)Kimono: Fashioning Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Dalby, Liza
 J2283cul (IN)A Day in the Life of Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Smolan, Rick (photojournalist) and David Cohen, ed.
 J2285cul (IN)Japan: The Cycle of Life - Japan / Books / Culture
Nicol, G. W., Diane Durston, and John Bester
 J2287cul (IN)Bamboo in Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Bess, Nancy Moore
 J2290cul (IN)Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke - Japan / Books / Culture
Napier, Susan J.
 J2294cul (IN)Japan in the Global Age - Japan / Books / Culture
Nakamura, Masao, ed.
 J2306cul (IN)Art and Life of the Ainu: The Aboriginal People of Northern Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Stepney, Philip H.R., ed./ The Provincial Museum of Alberta
 J2330cul (IN)Views of Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Urban Connections
 J2347cul (IN)The New Japan: Debunking Seven Cultural Stereotypes - Japan / Books / Culture
Matsumoto, David
 J2349cul (IN)Multicultural Japan: Palaeolithic to Postmodern - Japan / Books / Culture
Denoon, Donald, et al., ed.
 J2377cul (IN)Star Lore of Japan: The Starscape of a People - Japan / Books / Culture
Kitao, Kouichi
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Inaba, Kazuya and Shigenobu Nakayama
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Riccardi, Victoria Abbott
 J2495cul (IN)Ainu History and Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
The Ainu Museum
 J2496cul (IN)Old Tales of Kyoto - Japan / Books / Culture
Dawes, Walter
 J2565cul (IN)Kyoto: Seven Paths to the Heart of the City - Japan / Books / Culture
Durston, Diane
 J2593cul (IN)Godzilla on my Mind: Fifty Years of the Kind of Monsters - Japan / Books / Culture
Tsutsui, William
 J2767cul (IN)The Cherry Blossom Festival:Sakura Celebration - Japan / Books / Culture
Ann McClellan
 J2796cul (IN)Who's Who of Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Japan Travel Bureau
 J2797cul (IN)Japanese Business Glossary - Japan / Books / Culture
Mitsubishi Corporation
 J2798cul (IN)Japan at a Glance - Japan / Books / Culture
Kodansha Int'l, Pub.
 J2822cul (IN)The Edo-Tokyo Museum - Japan / Books / Culture
Edo-Tokyo Museum
 J2825cul (OUT)Modern Japanese Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Sugimoto, Yoshio
 J2839cul (IN)The Encyclopedia of Japanese Pop Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Schilling, Mark 1997.
 J2843cul (IN)Prophets of Peace - Japan / Books / Culture
Kisala, Robert
 J2848cul (OUT)Pink Globalization: Hello Kitty's Trek across the Pacific - Japan / Books / Culture
Yano, Christine R.
 J2859cul (IN)Bodies of Evidence: Women, Society, and Detective Fiction in 1990s Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Seaman, Amanda C.
 J2870cul (IN)The Book of Incense: Enjoying the Traditional Art of Japanese Scents - Japan / Books / Culture
Morita, Kiyoko
 J2887cul (IN)Japanese Popular Culture and Globalization: Key Issues in Asian Studies - Japan / Books / Culture
Tsutsui, William M.
 J785cul (IN)As the Japanese See It - Japan / Books / Culture
Aoki, Michiko and Margaret B. Dardess, eds.
 J788cul (IN)Japan: Aspects of Life - Japan / Books / Culture
Bekki, Atsuhiko
 J789cul (IN)The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Benedict, Ruth
 J790cul (IN)Japan: The Cycle of Life - Japan / Books / Culture
Bestor, John
 J791cul (IN)Neighborhood Tokyo - Japan / Books / Culture
Bestor, Theodore C.
 J793cul (IN)Journal of Popular Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Browne, Ray B.
 J798cul (IN)Japan-Think, Ameri-Think - Japan / Books / Culture
Collins, Robert T.
 J800cul (IN)Modern Japan: A Concise Survey - Japan / Books / Culture
Cortazzi, Hugh
 J801cul (IN)Pictorial Encyclopedia of Japanese Culture - Japan / Books / Culture
Nakayama, Kaneyoshi, ed.
 J803cul (IN)Etiquette Guide to Japan: Know the Rules That Make the Difference - Japan / Books / Culture
DeMente, Boye Lafayette
 J804cul (IN)Japan's Cultural Code Words - Japan / Books / Culture
DeMente, Boye Lafayette
 J810cul (IN)Gucci on the Ginza: Japan's New Consumer Generation - Japan / Books / Culture
Fields, George
 J813cul (IN)Japan: An Invitation - Japan / Books / Culture
Furse, Raymond
 J816cul (IN)Pictorial Encyclopedia of Japanese Life and Events - Japan / Books / Culture
Nakayama, Kaneyoshi, ed.
 J817cul (IN)Pictorial Encyclopedia of Modern Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Kubota, Akira and Richard DeLapp
 J818cul (IN)Furo: The Japanese Bath - Japan / Books / Culture
Grilli, Peter and Dana Levy
 J819cul (IN)Japan's Modern Culture and Its Roots - Japan / Books / Culture
Hase, Akinisa
 J823cul (IN)Japan: The Changing Tradition Study Guide - Japan / Books / Culture
Holland, Thomas R.
 J825cul (IN)Tea Ceremony - Japan / Books / Culture
Iguchi, Kaisen
 J830cul (IN)Festivals of Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Japan Travel Bureau, Inc.
 J831cul (IN)Illustrated Eating in Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Japan Travel Bureau, Inc.
 J832cul (IN)Illustrated Living Japanese Style - Japan / Books / Culture
Japan Travel Bureau, Inc.
 J833cul (IN)A Look into Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Japan Travel Bureau, Inc.
 J836cul (IN)American and Japanese Communication Styles: Can We Talk? - Japan / Books / Culture
Joint Center for Political Economic Studies, Inc.
 J841cul (IN)101 Unuseless Japanese Inventions - Japan / Books / Culture
Kawakami, Kenji
 J844cul (IN)Japanese Cooking and Etiquette - Japan / Books / Culture
Keisen Girls School
 J845cul (IN)Experiencing Japanese Culture: An Activity and Q-A Approach - Japan / Books / Culture
KEK International Exchanges
 J851cul (IN)Japanese Cooking for Health and Fitness - Japan / Books / Culture
Konishi, Kiyoko
 J852cul (IN)Latest Official Survey on Consciousness of Japanese Students in U.S.A - Japan / Books / Culture
Kyodo News Service and Diamond, Inc.
 J866cul (IN)Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings - Japan / Books / Culture
Morse, Edward S.
 J867cul (IN)Japanese Society: Industrialization; Modernization - Japan / Books / Culture
Mover, Ross E. and Nozomu Kawamura
 J870cul (IN)Mutual Understanding of Different Cultures - Japan / Books / Culture
Naotsuka, Reiko, Nancy Sakamoto, et al.
 J880cul (IN)Japan: Land and People - Japan / Books / Culture
Peterson, Lorraine
 J881cul (IN)Introducing Kyoto - Japan / Books / Culture
Plutschow, Herbert
 J884cul (IN)Clueless in Tokyo - Japan / Books / Culture
Reynolds, Betty
 J886cul (IN)Introducing Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Richie, Donald
 J887cul (IN)Introducing Tokyo - Japan / Books / Culture
Richie, Donald
 J888cul (IN)Cha-No-Yu: The Japanese Tea Ceremony - Japan / Books / Culture
Sadler, A. L.
 J891cul (IN)A Japanese Touch for Your Garden - Japan / Books / Culture
Seike, Kiyoshi, Masanobu Kudo, and David Engel
 J892cul (IN)Chado: The Japanese Way of Tea - Japan / Books / Culture
Sen, Soshitsu
 J893cul (IN)Our Land Was a Forest: An Ainu Memoir - Japan / Books / Culture
Shigeru, Kayano, Kyoko Selden, and Lili Selden, trans.
 J894cul (IN)Mirror, Sword, and Jewel: The Geometry of Japanese Life - Japan / Books / Culture
Singer, Kurt
 J899cul (IN)The Way of Tea: American Art for the Japanese Tea Ceremony - Japan / Books / Culture
Thorn, Barbara, ed.
 J902cul (IN)Sushi Made Easy - Japan / Books / Culture
Tsuda, Nobuko (foreword by Donald Richie)
 J903cul (IN)Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art - Japan / Books / Culture
Tsuji, Shizuo
 J906cul (IN)Total Japan -- A Descriptive Visual Analysis - Japan / Books / Culture
U.S. Japan Marketing Center
 J910cul (IN)Japanese Etiquette: An Introduction - Japan / Books / Culture
World Fellowship Committee of Tokyo YWCA
 J913cul (IN)Sushi: The Delicate Flavor of Japan - Japan / Books / Culture
Yoshino, Masuo
 J1976eco (IN)Brochures from Various Japanese Companies - Japan / Books / Economics
 J2145eco (IN)Nippon Nyumon: An Idea Book for Teaching Japanese Economic Topics - Japan / Books / Economics
Johnson, Marcia L.
 J2223eco (IN)Crafting Selves: Power, Gender and Discourses of Identity in a Japanese Workplace - Japan / Books / Economics
Kondo, Dorinne K.
 J2224eco (IN)Office Ladies and Salaried Men: Power, Gender, and Work in Japanese Companies - Japan / Books / Economics
Ogasawara, Yuko
 J2312eco (IN)Japan's Lost Decade - Japan / Books / Economics
Yoshikawa, Hiroshi
 J2615eco (IN)Shrinking-Population Economics: Lessons from Japan - Japan / Books / Economics
Miller, Brian, trans.
 J2655eco (IN)Competing to Be Really, Really Good - Japan / Books / Economics
Miller, Brian, trans.
 J915eco (IN)Salaryman in Japan - Japan / Books / Economics
Belcher, Dick, trans.
 J919eco (IN)Second to None: American Companies in Japan - Japan / Books / Economics
Christopher, Robert C.
 J930eco (IN)Japan's Economic Development - Japan / Books / Economics
Hiromatsu, Takeshi
 J935eco (IN)Japan, Inc.: Introduction to Japanese Economics - Japan / Books / Economics
Ishinomori, Shotaro
 J941eco (IN)Japanese Business: Nine Booklets - Japan / Books / Economics
Japan External Trade Organization
 J943eco (IN)Sales Promotion in the Japanese Market - Japan / Books / Economics
Japan External Trade Organization
 J945eco (IN)Japan, an International Comparison, 1998 - Japan / Books / Economics
Keizai Koho Center
 J951eco (IN)Decline and Prosperity: Corporate Innovation in Japan - Japan / Books / Economics
Makino, Noboru
 J957eco (IN)Small Businesses in Japan: Underpinnings of Economic Vitality - Japan / Books / Economics
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
 J962eco (IN)Japan's Industrial Economy - Japan / Books / Economics
Okuda, Yoshio
 J964eco (IN)The Japanese Miracle and Peril - Japan / Books / Economics
Price, Willard
 J967eco (IN)Honda Motor: The Men, the Management, the Machines - Japan / Books / Economics
Sakiya, Tetsuo
 J969eco (IN)Bringing Home the Sushi: Japanese Business Comics - Japan / Books / Economics
Silverman, Laura
 J973eco (IN)Japan as Number 1: Lessons for America - Japan / Books / Economics
Vogel, Ezra
 J1009edu (IN)Understanding Japan: Geography of Japan - Japan / Books / Education
International Society for Educational Information
 J1012edu (IN)Education Reform Under the Allied Occupation of Japan - Japan / Books / Education
National Institute for Educational Research
 J1013edu (IN)Learning to Go to School in Japan - Japan / Books / Education
Peak, Lois
 J1015edu (IN)Teaching and Learning in Japan - Japan / Books / Education
Rohlen, Thomas P.
 J1020edu (IN)Japan/United States Textbook Study Project - Japan / Books / Education
Textbook Research Center
 J1022edu (IN)Education from the Pluralistic Viewpoints: Hokkaido-New England Seminar in Sapporo - Japan / Books / Education
Toshikazu, Aiuchi
 J1024edu (IN)The University of Tokyo 1989-1990 - Japan / Books / Education
University of Tokyo International Affairs Division
 J1025edu (IN)The Japanese Educational Challenge: A Commitment to Children - Japan / Books / Education
White, Merry
 J1026edu (IN)The Material Child: Coming of Age in Japan and America - Japan / Books / Education
White, Merry
 J1027edu (IN)Internationalizing the U.S. Classroom: Japan as a Model - Japan / Books / Education
Wojtan, Linda S. and Donald Spence, eds.
 J2276edu (IN)School Education in Japan - Japan / Books / Education
Ishizaka Kazuo
 J2336edu (IN)National Standards and School Reform in Japan and the United States - Japan / Books / Education
DeCoker, Gary, ed.
 J2358edu (IN)Ganbatte Means Go For It? Or…How to become an English Teacher in Japan - Japan / Books / Education
Heiter, Celeste
 J2886edu (IN)Learning to be Adolescent: Growing up in U.S. and Japanese Middle Schools - Japan / Books / Education
Letendre, Gerald K.
 J980edu (IN)Education in the Japanese Life-Cycle - Japan / Books / Education
Ellington, Lucien
 J981edu (IN)Learning to Bow - Japan / Books / Education
Feiler, Bruce S.
 J982edu (IN)Japan in the American Classroom - Japan / Books / Education
Fersh, Seymour
 J983edu (IN)Transcending Stereotypes: Discovering Japanese Culture and Education - Japan / Books / Education
Finkelstein, Barbara, Joseph Tobin, and Anne E. Imamura
 J984edu (IN)America Revised - Japan / Books / Education
FitzGerald, Frances
 J987edu (IN)Social Education Special Section: 50 Years of U.S.-Japanese Foreign Relations - Japan / Books / Education
Grossman, David L.
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International Society for Educational Information
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International Society for Educational Information
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International Society for Educational Information
 J1028geo (IN)The Geography of Japan - Japan / Books / Geography
Isamu, Ota
 J1029geo (IN)Japan: A Bilingual Atlas - Japan / Books / Geography
Kodansha International
 J1030geo (IN)How to Lie with Maps - Japan / Books / Geography
Monmonier, Mark
 J1032geo (IN)Complete Atlas of Japan - Japan / Books / Geography
Teikoku-Shoin Co., Ltd
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Karan, Pradyumna P.
 J1036his (IN)The Coming of the Barbarians: A Story of Western Settlement in Japan 1853-1870 - Japan / Books / History
Barr, Pat
 J1037his (IN)Meiji Japan - Japan / Books / History
Bolitho, Harold
 J1038his (IN)Modern Japan: The American Nexus - Japan / Books / History
Boyle, John Hunter
 J1039his (IN)Japan's Early History and Traditional Culture - Japan / Books / History
Center for Educational Media
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Dunn, Charles J.
 J1047his (IN)Peasants, Rebels and Outcasts: The Underside of Modern Japan - Japan / Books / History
Hane, Mikiso
 J1049his (IN)MacArthur's Japanese Constitution - Japan / Books / History
Inoue, Kyoko
 J1051his (IN)Biographical Dictionary of Japanese History - Japan / Books / History
Iwao, Seiichi, ed.
 J1054his (IN)Drifting to the Southeast - Japan / Books / History
Kawada, Shoryo
 J1061his (IN)Sources of Japanese History, vols. 1 - Japan / Books / History
Lu, David John
 J1064his (IN)Ogyu Sorai's Instructions for Students: A Translation and Commentary. Offprint from Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies - Japan / Books / History
Minear, Richard
 J1068his (IN)Traditional Japan - Japan / Books / History
Nardo, Don
 J1069his (IN)Modern Japan - Japan / Books / History
Nardo, Don
 J1070his (IN)Simplified New World History (in Japanese) - Japan / Books / History
Naruse, Osamu
 J1071his (IN)America Encounters Japan: From Perry to MacArthur - Japan / Books / History
Neumann, William L.
 J1075his (IN)The Making of Modern Japan - Japan / Books / History
Pyle, Kenneth B.
 J1077his (IN)Japan: Past and Present - Japan / Books / History
Reischauer, Edwin O.
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Reischauer, Edwin O.
 J1080his (IN)The Japanese Emperor Through History - Japan / Books / History
Sakamoto, Taro
 J1083his (IN)Low City, High City: Tokyo from Edo to the Earthquake - Japan / Books / History
Seidensticker, Edward
 J1088his (IN)Sources of Japanese Tradition, vos. I and II - Japan / Books / History
Tsunoda, Ryusaku, et al.
 J1089his (IN)John Manjiro (Voyager to Destiny) - Japan / Books / History
Warinner, Emily V.
 J1090his (IN)The Modern History of Japan - Japan / Books / History
Yasuoka, Akio
 J1985his (IN)Japan's Opening to the West in Smithsonian, July 1994 - Japan / Books / History
Fallows, James
 J1988his (IN)The Japanese Miracle and Peril - Japan / Books / History
Price, Willard
 J1989his (IN)An Introduction to Japanese History - Japan / Books / History
Runkle, Scott
 J2146his (IN)Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The WWII Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel - Japan / Books / History
Minear, Richard H.
 J2147his (IN)Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of WWII - Japan / Books / History
Dower, John W.
 J2151his (IN)Pearl Harbor Papers: Inside the Japanese Plans - Japan / Books / History
Goldstein, Donald M. and Katherine V. Dillon, eds.
 J2154his (IN)Warriors of the Rising Sun: A History of the Japanese Military - Japan / Books / History
Edgerton, Robert B.
 J2191his (IN)The Japanese Experience: A Short History of Japan - Japan / Books / History
Beasley, W. G.
 J2214his (IN)The Japanese Discovery of America: A Brief History with Documents - Japan / Books / History
Duus, Peter
 J2215his (IN)In Search of Sugihara - Japan / Books / History
Levine, Hillel
 J2242his (IN)Bodies of Memory: Narratives of War in Postwar Japanese Culture, 1945-1970 - Japan / Books / History
Igarashi, Yoshikuni
 J2245his (IN)Musui's Story: The Autobiography of a Tokugawa Samurai - Japan / Books / History
Kokichi, Katsu (translated by Teruko Craig)
 J2259his (IN)The Victim as Hero - Japan / Books / History
Orr, James J.
 J2270his (IN)Japan Through American Eyes: The Journal of Francis Hall 1859-1866 - Japan / Books / History
Notehelfer, F. G.
 J2271his (IN)War, Occupation, and Creativity: Japan and East Asia 1920-1960 - Japan / Books / History
Mayo, Marlene J, and Rimer, J. Thomas with Kerkham, H. Eleanor
 J2272his (IN)Organizing the Spontaneous: Citizen Protest in Postwar Japan - Japan / Books / History
Sasaki-Uemura, Wesley
 J2275his (IN)A Chronological Outline of Japanese History - Japan / Books / History
Bito Masahide and Watanabe Akio
 J2293his (IN)Japan's Postwar History - Japan / Books / History
Allinson, Gary D.
 J2295his (IN)Japan: A Short History - Japan / Books / History
Hane, Mikiso
 J2323his (IN)Samurai Sketches: From the Bloody Final Years of the Shogun - Japan / Books / History
Hillsborough, Romulus
 J2324his (IN)Ryoma: Life of a Renaissance Samurai - Japan / Books / History
Hillsborough, Romulus
 J2325his (IN)The Last Shogun: The Life of Tokugawa Yoshinobu - Japan / Books / History
Shiba Ryotaro
 J2437his (IN)Giants of Japan - Japan / Books / History
Weston, Mark
 J2463his (IN)The Great Wave: Gilded Age Misfits, Japanese Eccentrics, and the Opening of Old Japan - Japan / Books / History
Benfey, Christopher
 J2482his (IN)Trans-pacific Racisms and the U.S. Occupation of Japan - Japan / Books / History
Koshiro, Yukiko
 J2498his (IN)Beyond the 'Judgment of Civilization' - Japan / Books / History
Ericson, Steven J., trans.
 J2514his (IN)Drifting Toward the Southeast: The Story of Five Japanese Castaways told in 1852 by John Manjiro - Japan / Books / History
Nagakuni, Junya and Junji Kitadai, trans.
 J2523his (IN)A Modern History of Japan: From Tokugawa Times to the Present - Japan / Books / History
Gordon, Andew
 J2564his (IN)Edo, The City That Became Tokyo: An Illustrated History - Japan / Books / History
Naito, Akira
 J2586his (IN)Okinawa: The History of an Island People - Japan / Books / History
Kerr, George H.
 J2587his (IN)A Much Recorded War: The Russo-Japanese War in History and Imagery - Japan / Books / History
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 J2614his (IN)Escape from Impasse: The Decision to Open Japan - Japan / Books / History
Noble, David, trans.
 J2744his (IN)A Modern History of Japan: From Tokugawa Times to the Prsent, Second Edition - Japan / Books / History
Gordon, Andrew
 J2763his (IN)Toxic Archipelago: A History of Industrial Disease in Japan - Japan / Books / History
Walker, Brett L.
 J2766his (IN)Modern Japan: A History in Documents - Japan / Books / History
Huffman, James L.
 J2799his (IN)Japanese Swords - Japan / Books / History
Ogasawara, Nobuo
 J2803his (IN)Japan: Its History and Culture - Japan / Books / History
Morton, W. Scott and J. Kenneth Olenik
 J2804his (IN)Japan: A Modern History - Japan / Books / History
McClain, James L.
 J2818his (IN)Okinawa Prefecture Peace Memorial Museum Workbook (in Japanese) - Japan / Books / History
Okinawa Prefecture
 J2833his (IN)Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering: Japan in the Modern World - Japan / Books / History
Dower, John B.
 J2851his (IN)Reflections on the Way to the Gallows: Rebel Women in Prewar Japan - Japan / Books / History
Hane, Mikiso tr. and ed.
 J2857his (IN)A Place in Public: Women's Rights in Meiji Japan - Japan / Books / History
Anderson, Marnie S.
 J2871his (IN)William Smith Clark: A Yankee in Hokkaido - Japan / Books / History
Maki, John M.
 J2872his (IN)Japan in World History - Japan / Books / History
Huffman, James L.
 J2873his (IN)The Principled Politician: Ralph Carr and the Fight against Japanese American Internment - Japan / Books / History
Schrager Adam
 J2874his (IN)The Conquest of Ainu Lands: Ecology and Culture in Japanese Expansion - Japan / Books / History
Walker, Brett L.
 J2878his (IN)Understanding the Edo Period in a Glance: Maps, Graphics, and Illustrations (in Japanese) - Japan / Books / History
Takeuchi, Makato and Hiroaki Ichikawa
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Huffman, James L.
 J2894his (IN)Soldier of God: MacArthur's Attempt to Christianize Japan - Japan / Books / History
Moore, Ray A.
 J2934his (IN)Bending Adversity: Japan and the Art of Survival - Japan / Books / History
Pilling, David
 J1168jam (IN)Amerasia Journal: Japanese American Internment (V. 19, No. 1) - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Asian American Studies Center
 J1169jam (IN)Snow Falling on Cedars - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Guterson, David
 J1170jam (IN)Farewell to Manzanar - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Houston, Jeanne Wakatsuki and James D. Houston
 J1171jam (IN)Barbed Wire and Rice: Poems and Songs from Japanese Prisoner-of-War Camps - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
McKendree, Bishop D.
 J1173jam (IN)The Children of Topaz-The Story of a Japanese American Internment Camp - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Tunnell, Michael O. and George W. Chilcoat
 J1175jam (IN)Kids Explore America's Japanese American Heritage - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Westridge Young Writers Workshop
 J2291jam (IN)By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Robinson, Greg
 J2317jam (IN)Free to Die for Their Country - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Muller, Eric L.
 J2342jam (IN)What Did the Internment of Japanese Americans Mean? - Japan / Books / Japanese Americans
Murray, Alice Yang, readings selected by
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Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo
 J1567lan (IN)Kikansha Yaemon - Japan / Books / Language
Agawa, Hiroyuki
 J1570lan (IN)Chi'isai Ouchi (Small House) - Japan / Books / Language
Burton, Virginia
 J1572lan (IN)The Kanji ABC - Japan / Books / Language
Dykstra, Andrew
 J1574lan (IN)'Even Monkeys Fall from Trees' and Other Japanese Proverbs - Japan / Books / Language
Galef, David
 J1579lan (IN)New York Town Page - Japan / Books / Language
Hisao, Koyo
 J1580lan (IN)All-Romanized English-Japanese Dictionary - Japan / Books / Language
Hyojun Romaji Kai
 J1582lan (IN)Speak a Little Japanese - Japan / Books / Language
Japan Air Lines
 J1583lan (IN)Illustrated Japanese Characters - Japan / Books / Language
Japan Travel Bureau
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Kai, Miwa
 J1590lan (IN)Gems of Japanized English - Japan / Books / Language
Kenrick, Miranda
 J1593lan (IN)The Runaway Riceball (Kodansha Nihongo Folktales Series 2) - Japan / Books / Language
Kodansha
 J1596lan (IN)Japanese/English Lingograms - Japan / Books / Language
Marenghi, Guy J.
 J1600lan (IN)Let's Learn Katakana - Japan / Books / Language
Mitamura, Yasuko Kosaka
 J1605lan (IN)Going to Buy Gloves - Japan / Books / Language
Niimi, Nankichi
 J1608lan (IN)Read Aloud Japanese Folktales (5 volumes) - Japan / Books / Language
Nishimoto, Keisuke
 J1609lan (IN)Tenguno Kakuremino - Japan / Books / Language
Nishimoto, Keisuke
 J1611lan (IN)Japanese Through Images - Japan / Books / Language
Nomoto, Chizuko, Mori Yuki, and Ishikawa Masaru
 J1615lan (IN)Urashimatoro - Japan / Books / Language
Ozawa, Tadashi
 J1616lan (IN)Moons, Months, and Seasons - Japan / Books / Language
Pulvers, Roger
 J1617lan (IN)Everyday Japanese Characters - Japan / Books / Language
Pye, Michael
 J1619lan (IN)Japanese English Picture Dictionary - Japan / Books / Language
Renyi, Inc.
 J1626lan (IN)BunBuku Chagama - Japan / Books / Language
Shogakkan Co., Ltd.
 J1628lan (IN)Words in Context - Japan / Books / Language
Suzuki, Takao
 J1633lan (IN)How to Learn Japanese - Japan / Books / Language
Turney, Alan J.
 J1635lan (IN)Kodansha's Romanized Japanese-English Dictionary - Japan / Books / Language
Vance, Timothy J.
 J1636lan (IN)Japanese-An Appetizer: Introducing the Japanese Language - Japan / Books / Language
Wakan, Naomi
 J1638lan (IN)Hiragana for Fun, vols. I - Japan / Books / Language
Yoneji, Noriko
 J1640lan (IN)Ichi, Ni, San - Japan / Books / Language
Yoshida, Hideo Chester
 J1641lan (IN)A Skylark in the Sky - Japan / Books / Language
Yoshida, Kazuho
 J1990lan (IN)Harrap's Japanese Phrase Book - Japan / Books / Language
Crocket, Mami and Tom Mitford for LEXUS
 J1994lan (IN)Pinokio - Japan / Books / Language
 J1995lan (IN)Mangajin (nos. 9, 15, 17, 22, 33, 36, 38) - Japan / Books / Language
Simmons, Vaughn P., ed.
 J1996lan (IN)Kanji Foundation Dictionary - Japan / Books / Language
Todo
 J2424lan (IN)Kanji Pictographix - Japan / Books / Language
Rowley, Michael
 J2432lan (IN)Kana Pictographix - Japan / Books / Language
Rowley, Michael
 J2815lan (IN)Okinawan-English Wordbook: A Short Lexicon of the Okinawan Language with English definitions and Japanese Cognates - Japan / Books / Language
Sakihara, Mitsugu
 J1645lit (IN)Woman in the Dunes - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Abe, Kobo
 J1648lit (IN)Rashomon and Other Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Akutagawa, Ryunosuka
 J1650lit (IN)Kabuki Dancer - A Novel of the Woman Who Founded Kabuki - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ariyoshi, Sawako
 J1653lit (IN)The Square Persimmon and Other Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Atoda, Takashi
 J1656lit (IN)The Diary of Lady Murasaki - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Bowring, Richard, tr.
 J1657lit (IN)A Haiku Journey: Basho's 'The Narrow Road to the Far North' and Selected Haiku - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Britton, Dorothy, trans.
 J1658lit (IN)Audrey Hepburn's Neck - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Brown, Alan
 J1662lit (IN)In the Shade of Spring Leaves - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Danly, Robert Lyons
 J1663lit (IN)Crackling Mountain - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Dazai, Osamu
 J1666lit (IN)36 Views of Mount Fuji - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Davidson, Cathy N.
 J1667lit (IN)Folk Legends of Japan - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Dorson, Richard M.
 J1675lit (IN)Tales from the Japanese Storytellers - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Henderson, Harold
 J1678lit (IN)The Girl with the White Flag - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Higa, Tomiko
 J1679lit (IN)The Haiku Handbook: How to Write, Share and Teach Haiku - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Higginson, William J. and Penny Harter
 J1682lit (IN)Journey of the Wind - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Hoshino, Tomihiro
 J1697lit (IN)The Sound of the Mountain - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kawabata, Yasunari
 J1698lit (IN)The Romance of the Bear God -- Ainu Folktales - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kayano, Shigeru
 J1701lit (IN)Dawn to the West, Vol. II: Poetry, Drama, Criticism - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Keene, Donald, ed.
 J1703lit (IN)Some Japanese Portraits - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Keene, Donald, ed.
 J1707lit (IN)Black Eggs - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kurihara, Sadako
 J1709lit (IN)Totto-chan: The Little Girl at the Window - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kuroyanagi, Tetsuko
 J1717lit (IN)The Yanagita Kunio Guide to the Japanese Folktale - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Mayer, Fanny Hagin, trans.
 J1720lit (IN)The Temple of the Golden Pavilion - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Mishima, Yukio Ivan Morris, trans.
 J1721lit (IN)New Japanese Voices: The Best Contemporary Fiction from Japan - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Mitsios, Helen, ed.
 J1723lit (IN)The Wild Geese - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Mori, Ogai
 J1728lit (IN)The Silent Cry - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Oë, Kenzaburo
 J1734lit (IN)Stories of Osaka Life - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Sakunosuke, Oda
 J1737lit (IN)Anthology of Modern Japanese Poetry - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Shiffert, Edith and Yuki Sawa
 J1739lit (IN)The Tale of Genji - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Shikibu, Murasaki (Seidensticker-transl)
 J1742lit (IN)Botchan - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Soseki, Natsume
 J1744lit (IN)The Man'yo-Shu: A Complete Translation in 5/7 Rhythm - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Suga, Teruo
 J1749lit (IN)In Praise of Shadows - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Tanizaki, Jun'ichiro
 J1755lit (IN)The Master Haiku Poet: Matsuo Basho - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ueda, Makoto
 J1758lit (IN)So Far from the Bamboo Grove - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Watkins, Yoko Kawashima
 J1760lit (IN)Betty-san - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Yamamoto, Michiko
 J1766lit (IN)MacArthur's Children - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Yu, Aku
 J2155lit (IN)American Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kafu, Nagai
 J2195lit (IN)The Tale of Murasaki - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Dalby, Liza
 J2227lit (IN)My Asakusa - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Sawamura, Sadako
 J2230lit (IN)The Counterfeiter and Other Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Inoue, Yasushi
 J2246lit (IN)Basho and His Interpreters: Selected Hokku with Commentary - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ueda, Makoto
 J2269lit (IN)Harukor: An Ainu Woman's Tale - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Katsuichi, Honda
 J2300lit (IN)When We Were Orphans - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ishiguro, Kazuo
 J2319lit (IN)The Last Samurai - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
DeWitt, Helen
 J2327lit (IN)A Hundred Years of Japanese Film, A Concise History - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Richie, Donald
 J2393lit (IN)The Izu Dancer and Other Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kawabata, Yasunari and Inoue, Yasushi
 J2397lit (IN)The 47 Ronin Story - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Allyn, John
 J2400lit (IN)Inside My Glass Doors - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Soseki, Natsume. Tsunematsu, Sammy I., trans.
 J2409lit (IN)Spring Miscellany and London Essays - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Natsume, Soseki
 J2411lit (IN)Silence to Light: Japan and the Shadows of War - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Stewart, Frank, ed.
 J2438lit (IN)The Chrysanthemum and the Fish - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Hibbett, Howard
 J2472lit (IN)Southern Exposure: Modern Japanese Literature - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Molasky, Michael and Steve Rabson, eds.
 J2497lit (IN)When We Say Hiroshima, Selected Poems - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Minear, Richard H., trans.
 J2508lit (IN)The Elephant Vanishes - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Murakami, Haruki
 J2563lit (IN)The Doctor's Wife - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ariyoshi, Sawako
 J2644lit (IN)Festival in my Heart - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
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 J2647lit (IN)Palm of the Hand Stories - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kawabata, Yasunari
 J2731lit (IN)The Housekeeper and the Professor - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Ogawa, Yoko
 J2732lit (IN)The Hundred-Yen Singer - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Gill, Tom, trans.
 J2742lit (IN)William Wheeler: A Young American Professor in Meiji Japan - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Campbell, Kazue E., trans.0
 J2800lit (IN)Anthology or Japanese Literature - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Keene, Donald, ed.
 J2802lit (IN)Kokoro and Selected Essays - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Soseki, Natsume, tr. Edwin McClellan
 J2820lit (IN)Southern Exposure: Modern Japanese Literature from Okinawa - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Molasky, Michael and Steve Rabson
 J2852lit (IN)Plum Wine - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Davis-Gardner, Angela
 J2877lit (IN)Child of Vengeance - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Kirk, David
 J2893lit (IN)The Temple of the Wild Geese and Bamboo Dolls of Echizen - Japan / Books / Literature and Film
Mizukami, Tsutomu
 J1768min (IN)The Invisible Visible Minority: Japan's Burakumin - Japan / Books / Minorities
Yoshino, Roger and Sueo Murakoshi
 J2216min (IN)Japan's Minorities: The Illusion of Homogeneity - Japan / Books / Minorities
Weiner, Michael, ed.
 J1092pw (IN)Nagasaki 1945 - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Akizuki, Tatsuichiro
 J1093pw (IN)The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Alperovitz, Gar
 J1094pw (IN)The Records of the Atomic Bombing in Nagasaki - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Anonymous
 J1095pw (IN)Hiroshima: A-Bomb A.M. 8:15 August 6, 1945 - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Anonymous
 J1099pw (IN)Japan's Decision to Surrender - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Butow, Robert J. C.
 J1101pw (IN)Give Me Water: Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Citizens' Group
 J1102pw (IN)Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Claypool, Jane
 J1103pw (IN)Days to Remember: An Account of the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Committee of Japanese Citizens
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Dower, John W. and John Junkerman, eds.
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Dower, John
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Garson, Joseph
 J1111pw (IN)Japan Diary - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Gayn, Mark
 J1113pw (IN)The End of the World: Six Lives in the Atomic Age - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Goldman, Peter
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Hein, Laura, ed.
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Hiroshima A-Bomb Teachers, ed.
 J1122pw (IN)Hiroshima: A Day That Made History - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Hoare, Stephen
 J1124pw (IN)Hiroshima in History and Memory - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Hogan, Micheal
 J1125pw (IN)Black Rain - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Ibuse, Masuji. John Bester, trans.
 J1126pw (IN)The Pacific War, 1931-1945: A Critical Perspective on Japan's Role in World War II - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Ienaga, Saburo
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Japanese Broadcasting Corporation
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Kimura, Yasuko
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Kirkup, James
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Kosakai, Yoshiteru
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Miyao Ohara, ed. Kurihara, Sadako, et al.
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Lammers, Cheryl Green, trans.
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Lifton, Betty Jean
 J1138pw (IN)The Hiroshima Panels - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Maruki, Iri and Toshi Maruki
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Maruki, Toshi
 J1140pw (IN)My Mother Died in Hiroshima - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Matsumoto, Yuko
 J1141pw (IN)Hiroshima: Three Witnesses - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Minear, Richard H., ed. and trans.
 J1142pw (IN)Japan Echo: The War in Japan - Revisionist Views - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Mochida, Takeshi, ed.
 J1144pw (IN)Living Beneath the Atomic Cloud: Testimony of the Children - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Nagai, Takashi
 J1145pw (IN)Nagasaki: A Guide to Peace - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Nagasaki Appeal Committee
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Nakazawa, Keiji
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Nakazawa, Keiji
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Ogura, Toyofumi
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Rielly, Robin
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Sekimori, Gaynor, tr.
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Taya, Haruko and Cook, Theodore
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Terkel, Studs
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Tomita, Mary Kimoto
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Yoder, Carolyn P.
 J1166pw (IN)Requiem for the Battleship Yamato - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Yoshida, Mitsura
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Yoshiteru Kosakai
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Takeyama, Michio
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Frank, Richard B.
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Dower, John W.
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Shoji, Masako
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O'Brien, David and Yasuo Ohkoshi
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Shimizu, Hayao
 J2281pw (IN)Hiroshima in Memoriam and Today: A Testament of Peace for the World - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Takayama, Hitoshi, ed.
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Hearn, Maxwell K. and Wen C. Fong
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New English Teachers Association
 J2590pw (IN)This Was the Battle of Okinawa - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Ota, Masahide
 J2595pw (IN)Hiroshima Notes - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Swain, David and Toshi Yonezawa, trans.
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Takeo, Iguchi ( David Noble, trans)
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English Dept., Hiroshima Jogakuin High School, ed.
 J2834pw (IN)The Hiroshima Children's Drawings: An Enduring Symbol of Hope (2012 Calendar) - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
All Souls Church Unitarian, publ.
 J2864pw (IN)The Light of Morning - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Atomic Bomb Survivors of Nagasaki
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Morimoto, Junko
 J2866pw (IN)Records of the Nagasaki Atomic Bombing - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
City of Nagasaki
 J2867pw (IN)DVD Book, Iwanami Peace Archives - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Ritsumeikan University
 J2868pw (IN)The A-bomb that I Experienced - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Keijiro Matsushima
 J2869pw (IN)Peace Education in Nagasaki City - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Suehiro Koura
 J2876pw (IN)Beyond the Mushroom Cloud: Commemoration, Religion, and Responsibility after Hiroshima - Japan / Books / Pacific War and Hiroshima
Miyamoto, Yuki
 J1770pol (IN)The Rise of Modern Japan - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
Beasley, W. G.
 J1795pol (IN)The Pacific Theater: Island Representations - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
White, Geoffrey M. and Lamont Lindstrom, eds.
 J2002pol (IN)'The Enthronement' - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
 J2163pol (IN)Japan in the 20th Century - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
Prindle, Tamae K., ed.
 J2268pol (IN)Minamata: Pollution and the Struggle for Democracy in Postwar Japan - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
George, Timothy S.
 J2487pol (IN)Organizing the Spontaneous: Citizen Protest in Postwar Japan - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
Sasaki-Uemura, Wesley
 J2501pol (IN)Machiavelli's Children, Leaders & Their Legacies in Italy & Japan - Japan / Books / Politics and Government
Samuels, Richard J.
 J1807rec (IN)Dynamic Sumo - Japan / Books / Recreation and Fitness
Newton, Clyde
 J2332rec (IN)Japanese Sports: A History - Japan / Books / Recreation and Fitness
Guttmann, Allen and Lee Thompson
 J2412rec (IN)The Chrysanthemum and the Bat: Baseball Samurai Style - Japan / Books / Recreation and Fitness
Whiting, Robert
 J1812ref (IN)Japanese Colleges and Universities, 1991 - Japan / Books / Reference
Association of International Education
 J1813ref (IN)Japan/United States Textbook Study Project Joint Report - Japan / Books / Reference
Becker, James and Masato Tokuyama, dir.
 J1815ref (IN)Cultural Atlas of Japan - Japan / Books / Reference
Colcutt, Martin, Marius Jensen, and Isao Kumakura
 J1830ref (IN)Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan - Japan / Books / Reference
Kodansha International/USA Ltd.
 J1831ref (IN)Japan: An Illustrated Encyclopedia - Japan / Books / Reference
Kodansha International/Tokyo
 J1832ref (IN)Japanese A-Bomb Literature: An Annotated Bibliography - Japan / Books / Reference
Lammers, Wayne P. and Osamu Masaoka, comp.
 J1834ref (IN)Japan in Transition: One Hundred Years of Modernization - Japan / Books / Reference
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 J1845ref (IN)Guide to Recommended Curriculum and Audio-Visual Materials for Teaching about Japan - Japan / Books / Reference
Wojtan, Linda S.
 J2009ref (IN)What Shall I Read on Japan? - Japan / Books / Reference
Kublin, Hymann
 J2321ref (IN)The Anime Encyclopedia: A Guide to Japanese Animation Since 1917 - Japan / Books / Reference
Clements, Jonathan & Helen McCarthy
 J1846rel (IN)Japanese Religion - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Agency for Cultural Affairs
 J1851rel (IN)Tales of the Old Todaiji - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Education Department of the Todaiji
 J1855rel (IN)Tenrikyo: Teachings for the Joyous Life - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Japan Times
 J1857rel (IN)Shinto - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Calliope
 J1862rel (IN)The Unfettered Mind: Writings of the Zen Master to the Sword Master - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Soho, Takuan
 J1863rel (IN)Nichiren Shoshu Head Temple Taisekiji - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Soka Gakkai
 J1865rel (IN)The Lord Buddha - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Takahashi, Ryowa
 J1866rel (IN)The New Religions of Japan - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Thomsen, Harry
 J1867rel (IN)The Culture of Anima: Supernature in Japanese Life - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Yoshida, Mitsukuni, Tanaka Ikko, and Sesoko Tsune, eds.
 J2740rel (IN)Living Buddhas - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Jeremiah, Ken
 J2824rel (IN)In Search of Japan's Hidden Christians: A Story of Suppression, Secrecy, and Survival - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Dougill, John
 J2889rel (IN)Zen Past and Present: Key Issues in Asian Studies - Japan / Books / Religion and Philosophy
Cunningham, Eric
 J2329soc (IN)The Dark Side: Infamous Japanese Crimes and Criminals - Japan / Books / Society
Schreiber, Mark
 J2479soc (IN)San'ya Blues: Laboring Life in Contemporary Tokyo - Japan / Books / Society
Fowler, Edward
 J2585soc (IN)A Nagging Sense of Job Insecurity: The New Reality Facing Japanese Youth - Japan / Books / Society
Yuji, Genda
 J1889tra (IN)Nara: An Official Guide - Japan / Books / Travel
Anonymous
 J1893tra (IN)Tokyo City Guide - Japan / Books / Travel
Conner, Judith and Mayumi Yoshida
 J1897tra (IN)Kyoto - Japan / Books / Travel
Izumoji, Yoshikazu
 J1898tra (IN)Tokyo - Japan / Books / Travel
Izumoji, Yoshikazu
 J1906tra (IN)Must-See in Kyoto - Japan / Books / Travel
Japan National Tourist Organization
 J1909tra (IN)Japan Solo: A Practical Guide for Independent Travelers - Japan / Books / Travel
Kanno, Eiji
 J1912tra (IN)Yokohama: Past and Present - Japan / Books / Travel
Kato, Yuzo, ed.
 J1919tra (IN)What's What in Japanese Restaurants - Japan / Books / Travel
Satterwhite, Robb
 J1921tra (IN)Sapporo - Japan / Books / Travel
Shuzo Imaruoka
 J2012tra (IN)The Road to Sata: A 2,000-Mile Walk Through Japan - Japan / Books / Travel
Booth, Alan
 J2014tra (IN)Living Japanese Style - Japan / Books / Travel
Japanese Travel Bureau
 J2019tra (IN)Packet of Materials on Kanegasaki - Japan / Books / Travel
 J2560tra (IN)Japan: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide - Japan / Books / Travel
Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Inc.
 J2739tra (IN)Japan Atlas: A Bilingual Guide - Japan / Books / Travel
Kodansha International
 J2821tra (IN)Tokyo Map (in Japanese) - Japan / Books / Travel
Mapple
 J2862tra (IN)Kyoto Map - Japan / Books / Travel
Mapple
 J2863tra (IN)Nagasaki Guidebook - Japan / Books / Travel
Mapple
 J1923wom (IN)The River Ki - Japan / Books / Women
Ariyoshi, Sawako
 J1928wom (IN)The Secrets of Mariko: A Year in the Life of a Japanese Woman - Japan / Books / Women
Bumiller, Elizabeth
 J1929wom (IN)Womansword: What Japanese Words Say about Women - Japan / Books / Women
Cherry, Kittredge
 J1930wom (IN)A Half Step Behind: Japanese Women of the '80s - Japan / Books / Women
Condon, Jane
 J1931wom (IN)The Waiting Years - Japan / Books / Women
Enchi, Fumiko
 J1933wom (IN)Reflections on the Way to the Gallows - Japan / Books / Women
Hane, Mikiso
 J1942wom (IN)Polite Lies - Japan / Books / Women
Mori, Kyoko
 J1944wom (IN)Political Women in Japan: The Search for a Place in Political Life - Japan / Books / Women
Pharr, Susan J.
 J1946wom (IN)Women in the Japanese Workplace - Japan / Books / Women
Saso, Mary
 J1952wom (IN)This Kind of Woman: Ten Stories by Japanese Women Writers - Japan / Books / Women
Tanaka, Yukiko and Elizabeth Hanson
 J1953wom (IN)To Live and to Write: Selections by Japanese Women Writers 1913-1938 - Japan / Books / Women
Tanaka, Yukiko, ed.
 J1955wom (IN)Factory Girls: Women in the Thread Mills of Meiji Japan - Japan / Books / Women
Tsurumi, E. Patricia
 J1957wom (IN)Clara's Diary: An American Girl in Meiji Japan - Japan / Books / Women
Whitney, Clara
 J2225wom (IN)Office Ladies and Salaried Men: Power, Gender, and Work in Japanese Companies - Japan / Books / Women
Ogasawara, Yuko
 J2238wom (IN)Women of Okinawa: Nine Voices from a Garrison Island - Japan / Books / Women
Keyso, Ruth Ann
 J2741wom (IN)The New Paradox for Japanese Women - Japan / Books / Women
Foster, Mary, trans..
 J2932wom (IN)The Only Woman in the Room - Japan / Books / Women
Gordon, Beate Sirota
 K2551mpa (IN)Korean Drama Under Japanese Occupation - Korea / Books / (now T) Music and the Performing Arts
Kim, Jinhee, trans.
 K2020art (IN)Seoul Olympic Arts Festival 1988 - Korea / Books / Art
Seoul: Korean Overseas Information Services, 1987
 K2021art (IN)Treasures from Korea: Art Through 5,000 Years - Korea / Books / Art
Whitefield, Roderick, ed.
 K2092art (IN)Traditional Korean Designs - Korea / Books / Art
Appelbaum, Stanley, ed.
 K2505art (IN)Korean Art and Design - Korea / Books / Art
Victoria and Albert Museum
 K2549art (IN)Korean Art Guide - Korea / Books / Art
Korean Information Service
 K2556art (IN)Korean Collection of the Peabody Essex Museum - Korea / Books / Art
Peabody Essex Museum
 K2023chl (IN)Korean Cinderella - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Adams, Edward B.
 K2024chl (IN)Two Brothers and Their Magic Gourds - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Adams, Edward B.
 K2025chl (IN)Korea's Favorite Tales and Lyrics - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Hyun, Peter, ed.
 K2026chl (IN)Korean Ways - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Moffet, Eileen F.
 K2055chl (IN)Yoo Kwan-Soon - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Nakamura, Osamu
 K2056chl (IN)Hello From Korea - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Jeannie and Edward, Sylvia Chue, Beckchee Cho, et al.
 K2057chl (IN)Older Brother, Younger Brother: A Korean Folktale - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Jaffe, Nina
 K2059chl (IN)Long Season of Rain - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Kim, Helen
 K2060chl (IN)Sun Girl and the Moon Boy - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Choi, Yangsook
 K2062chl (IN)Kongi and Potgi - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Han, OK.S.
 K2133chl (IN)My Freedom Trip: A Child's Escape from North Korea - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Frances & Giner
 K2318chl (IN)Single Shard - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Linda Sue
 K2452chl (IN)Let's Visit Korea - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Han, Suzanne Crowder
 K2453chl (IN)Let's Learn about Korea: Customs of Korea - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Han, Suzanne Crowder
 K2458chl (IN)Tigers, Frogs, and Rice Cakes: A Book of Korean Proverbs - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Holt, Daniel D., trans.
 K2459chl (IN)Land of Morning Calm: Korean Culture Then and Now - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Stickler, John
 K2646chl (IN)Legend of Hong Kil Dong - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
O'Brien, Anne Sibley
 K2658chl (IN)Korean Children's Stories and Songs - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Hyun, Peter, ed.
 K2659chl (IN)I Love Korea! - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Nahm, Andrew, B.J. Jones, and Gi-eun Lee, eds.
 K2724chl (IN)Suro: The First King of Gaya - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Christian J., trans.
 K2725chl (IN)Dangun Wanggeom: Founder of the First Korean Kingdom - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Christian J., trans.
 K2726chl (IN)Jumong: Founder of Goguryeo - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Park, Christian J., trans.
 K2772chl (IN)All About Korea - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Bowler, Ann Martin with Soosoonam Barg
 K2809chl (IN)Tap Dancing on the Roof - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Parks, Linda Sue and Istvan Banyai
 K2828chl (IN)My First Book of Korean Words: An ABC Rhyming Book - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Amen, Henry J. IV, and Kyubyong Park; Aya Padron, Illus.
 K2847chl (IN)Mr. Moon and Miss Sun & The Herdsman and the Weaver - Korea / Books / Children's Literature
Adapted by Vorhees, Duane & Mark Mueller; Illus. by Kim Yon-kyong
 K2045cul (IN)Koreans - Korea / Books / Culture
Harvey, John T.
 K2046cul (IN)Korean Culture - Korea / Books / Culture
 K2047cul (IN)Wonderful Korea - Korea / Books / Culture
 K2052cul (IN)Korea: Its History and Culture - Korea / Books / Culture
 K2054cul (IN)Korean Games with Notes on the Corresponding Games of China and Japan - Korea / Books / Culture
Culin, Stewart
 K2446cul (IN)Things Korean - Korea / Books / Culture
Holstein, John, tr.
 K2547cul (IN)Book of Kimchi - Korea / Books / Culture
Korean Overseas Information Service
 K2645cul (IN)Korea: Land of the Morning Calm - Korea / Books / Culture
Brown, Craig J.
 K2660cul (IN)Korean Food Guide in English - Korea / Books / Culture
Korea Foundation, ed.
 K2782cul (OUT)Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea - Korea / Books / Culture
Demick, Barbara
 K2783cul (IN)PyongYang: A Journey in North Korea - Korea / Books / Culture
DeLisle, Guy
 K2856cul (IN)Eating with the Enemy: How I Waged Peace with North Korea from my BBQ Shack in Hackensack - Korea / Books / Culture
Egan, Robt and Kurt Pitzer
 K2840geo (IN)The History of Imperial Japan's Seizure of Dokdo - Korea / Books / Geography
Byungryull, Kim
 K2027his (IN)Korean War - Korea / Books / History
Gardner, Lloyd C., ed.
 K2029his (IN)Korean War: History and Tactics - Korea / Books / History
Rees, David, consulting ed.
 K2068his (IN)Sourcebook of Korean Civilization: Vol I - Korea / Books / History
Lee, Peter H.
 K2070his (IN)Korea's Place in the Sun - Korea / Books / History
Cumings, Bruce
 K2460his (IN)Sources of Korean Tradition, Volume One: From Early Times Through the Sixteenth Century - Korea / Books / History
Lee, Peter H. and Wm. Theodore deBary, eds.
 K2461his (IN)Sources of Korean Tradition, Volume Two: From Sixteen Through the Twentieth Centuries - Korea / Books / History
Ch'oe, Yongho, Peter H. Lee, and Wm. Theodore deBary, eds.
 K2520his (IN)New England Journal of History: 'The Forgotten War: Korea Fifty Years Later,' Vol. 60, Nos. 1-3, Fall, 2003 - Spring, 2004 - Korea / Books / History
New England History Teachers Association
 K2633his (IN)Concise History of Korea - Korea / Books / History
Seth, Michael J.
 K2721his (IN)Exploring Korean History Through World Heritage - Korea / Books / History
Academy of Korean Studies
 K2722his (IN)Korea Through the Ages (Vol. 1 Ancient) - Korea / Books / History
Academy of Korean Studies
 K2723his (IN)Korea Through the Ages (Vol. 2 Modern) - Korea / Books / History
Academy of Korean Studies
 K2808his (IN)Impossible State: North Korea, Past and Future - Korea / Books / History
Cha, Victor
 K2875his (IN)Memoirs of Hun Pong: The Pendulous Life of a Korean Man Who Served Both Sides of a Divided Nation - Korea / Books / History
Park, Yongjae
 K2891his (IN)Korea in World History: Key Issues in Asian Studies - Korea / Books / History
Clark, Donald N.
 K2895his (IN)Under the Black Umbrella: Voices from Colonial Korea 1910-1945 - Korea / Books / History
Kang, Hildi
 K2898his (IN)Panorama of 5000 Years: Korean History - Korea / Books / History
Nham, Andrew C.
 K2289kam (IN)Kori: The Beacon Anthology of Korean American Fiction - Korea / Books / Korean Americans
Fenkl, Heinz Insu and Walter K. Lew, eds.
 K2071lan (IN)Basic Korean Dictionary - Korea / Books / Language
Lee, Sang-Oak
 K2030lit (IN)Korean Folktales: Imps, Ghosts, and Fairies - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Bang, Im and Yi Ryuk
 K2031lit (IN)Korea and Her Neighbors - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Bird, Isabella
 K2032lit (IN)Tales of a Korean Grandmother - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Carpenter, Frances
 K2033lit (IN)Story Bag: A Collection of Korean Folktales - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
So-un, Kim
 K2044lit (IN)Encounter - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Hahn, Moo-Sook
 K2072lit (IN)Modern Korean Literature: An Anthology 1908-1965 - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Chong-wha, Chung, ed.
 K2073lit (IN)Land of Exile: Contemporary Korean Fiction - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Pihl, Marshall R., ed.
 K2075lit (IN)Lost Names--Scenes from a Korean Boyhood - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Richard
 K2077lit (IN)Early Lyrics - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Ju, So Chong
 K2078lit (IN)Life and Hard Times of a Korean Shaman - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kendall, Laurel
 K2079lit (IN)Peace Under Heaven - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Chae, Man-sik
 K2080lit (IN)Ready-Made Life: Early Masters of Modern Korean Fiction - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Chong-un and Bruce Fulton
 K2282lit (IN)Variations: Three Korean Poets - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Brother Anthony of Taize and Young-Moo Kim
 K2315lit (IN)When My Name Was Keoko - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Park, Linda Sue
 K2518lit (IN)Our Twisted Hero - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Minyol, Yi
 K2531lit (IN)Curse of Kim's Daughters - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kyong-ni, Park
 K2533lit (IN)Drawing Lines: Selected Poems of Moon Dok-su - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Ko, Chang Soo and Julie Pickering, trans.
 K2534lit (IN)Flowers in the Toilet Bowl: Selected Poems of Choi Seungho - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Won-Chung and James Han
 K2535lit (IN)What the Spider Said: Poems of Chang Soo Ko - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Ko, Chang Soo, author & trans.
 K2552lit (IN)Floating City on the Water - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Choi, Jin-Young, trans.
 K2607lit (IN)Love Song for the Earnest: Selected Poems of Shin Kyungrim - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Won-Chung and Jamese Han, trans.
 K2608lit (IN)Cracking the Shell: Three Korean Ecopoets - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Won-Chung, trans.
 K2609lit (IN)Sunrise Over the East Sea: Selected Poems of Park Hi-jin - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Ko, Chang Soo and Julie Pickering
 K2651lit (IN)My Sister Bongsoon - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Gong Ji-young
 K2661lit (IN)Still Life With Rice - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Lee, Helie
 K2719lit (IN)Calligrapher's Daughter - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Kim, Eugenia
 K2728lit (IN)Bamboo Grove - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
Rutt, Richard, editor & trans.
 K2743lit (IN)Urban Temple: Sizjo, Twisted & Straight - Korea / Books / Literature and Film
McCann, David
 K2475min (IN)North Koreans in Japan, Language, Ideology, and Identity - Korea / Books / Minorities
Ryang, Sonia
 K2036pol (IN)The Two Koreas - Korea / Books / Politics and Government
 K2081pol (IN)The Two Koreas (Headline Series, #269) - Korea / Books / Politics and Government
Cumings, Bruce
 K2082pol (IN)Korea's Quest for Reform and Globalization: Selected Speeches of President Kim Young Sam - Korea / Books / Politics and Government
Pres. Secretariat, Republic of Korea
 K2598pol (IN)Rogue Regime: Kim Jong Il and the Looming Threat of North Korea - Korea / Books / Politics and Government
Becker, Jasper
 K2831pol (IN)Escape from Camp 14 - Korea / Books / Politics and Government
Harden, Blaine
 K2414rec (IN)Taekwondo: Guide to the Korean Art of Self-defense - Korea / Books / Recreation and Fitness
Hornsey, Kevin
 K2038ref (IN)Handbook of Korea - Korea / Books / Reference
 K2040ref (IN)Joint US-Korea Academic Studies - Korea / Books / Reference
 K2085ref (IN)U.S. and Pacific Rim: Focus on Korea - Korea / Books / Reference
Czarra, Fred, ed.
 K2086ref (IN)Korean Heritage Series - Korea / Books / Reference
 K2899ref (IN)Facts about Korea - Korea / Books / Reference
 K2311soc (IN)Korea Journal: Remaking of Modern Family in Korea - Korea / Books / Society
Yi Jeong-hyeon, ed.
 K2548tra (IN)Korea, Lonely Planet - Korea / Books / Travel
Travel Guide
 K2664tra (IN)Korea Today - Korea / Books / Travel
Academy of Korean Studies
 K2087wom (IN)Shaman, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits - Korea / Books / Women
Kendall, Laurel
 K2088wom (IN)Words of Farewell - Korea / Books / Women
Fulton, Bruce and Ju-Chan
 K2089wom (IN)Korean Women: View from the Inner Room - Korea / Books / Women
Kendall and Peterson
 K2090wom (IN)Memoirs of a Korean Queen - Korea / Books / Women
Choe-Wal,Yang-hi
 K2091wom (IN)Wayfarer: New Fiction by Korean Women - Korea / Books / Women
Fulton, Bruce and Ju-chan, eds.
 CC001 (IN)The Monkey King - China / Curriculum Units
The Monkey King: A Breakfast Serials™ Story written by Ji-Li Jiang, Illustrated by Hui Hui Su-Kennedy, 2001. Story with lesson plans. / photocopy // Ji-Li Jiang Hartford, CT: The Hartford Courant, 2001.
 CC003 (IN)Changing Images of China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. These materials are resources for teaching about China in the 1980s. They contain over 20 units with handouts, questions, and suggested activities. // Center for Teaching International Relations Denver: University of Colorado, 1986.
 CC004 (IN)Shao Nian Gong - A Children's Palace: Ideas for Teaching about China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. These curriculum units contain information on literature, geography, the abacus and puzzles, food, inventions, crafts and games; the exercises are designed for incorporation in various subject areas. // Center for Asian Studies and the U.S. Office of Education Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois, 1986.
 CC005a (IN)Women in Traditional China: Ancient Times to Modern Reform - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. CC-005a & b contain many excerpts from primary and scholarly sources. Short topical units may be used easily as source or supplemental material. CC-005b includes information through the 1970s. // Hudson, WI: Gary E. McCuen (GEM) Publications, 1980.
 CC005b (IN)Women in Modern China: Transition, Revolution, and Contemporary Times - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. See CC-005a for description. / one volume and a teacher's guide // Hudson, WI: Gary E. McCuen (GEM) Publications, 1980.
 CC006 (IN)Chinese Women in History and Legend - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-9. The first 2 volumes contain primary source material, arranged chronologically, on 16 notable women in Chinese history. The teacher's guide has questions and activities for students. / two volumes and a teacher's guide // New York: A.R.T.S., 1981.
 CC008 (IN)The American China Trade: 'Foreign Devils to Canton, 1783-1843' - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This packet contains exhibits and broadsheets that reproduce primary source materials. Suitable for U.S. history classes. // New York: Grossman Publishers and the Viking Press, 1975.
 CC010 (IN)Chinese for Children - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-2. This unit includes 3 workbooks, each with 20 lessons that teach pronunciation, a 340-character reading vocabulary, and some basic sentence patterns. A 60-minute cassette and teacher's notes accompany each book. The lessons contain dialogue, riddles, poems, and games. // Ding Yongshou, Liu Xun, and Zhang YajunSinolingua, 1987.
 CC014 (IN)The Chinese: Adapting the Past, Facing the Future - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This book is an anthology of readings about China written by American scholars in the fields of history and social sciences, as well as some translated excerpts from primary Chinese sources. Though intended as a supplement to the telecourse package CVd-063, 'The Chinese,' it can also be used as a college-level text or adapted for high school use. The text includes new introductory essays and revisions to account for changes in China's state and society in the late 1980s. A study guide organizes the readings and video segments. // Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies, 1991.
 CC015 (IN)International Trade and Protectionism - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. An introduction to both general and U.S.-Taiwan trade issues, this unit focuses on economic interdependence, principles of trade, free trade versus protectionism, and a case study of the U.S.-Taiwan textile trade. Activities include data collection, a simulation, and a role-play debate. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1985.
 CC018 (IN)Chinese Cultural Resource Book for Elementary Bilingual Teachers - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. The materials in this resource book are intended for teachers in Chinese bilingual bicultural education programs, but they may be used by non-Chinese speakers as well. // Cambridge, MA: Evaluation, Dissemination and Assessment Center for Bilingual Education, 1976.
 CC019 (IN)Chinese Dynasties, Part One, the Shang Dynasty through the Tang Dynasty 1600 to 907 BCE - China / Curriculum Units
Spice Curriculum Unit Chinese Dynasties, Part One, the Shang Dynasty through the Tang Dynasty 1600 to 907 BCE plus CD slides // Stanford, CA: SPICE, 2006.
 CC020 (HOLD)Demystifying the Chinese Language - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This book is a series of exercises that actively involve students with written Chinese and help them engage in a process of demystifying the Chinese language. No prior knowledge about the Chinese language is required of either the teacher or students to use this unit. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1983.
 CC022 (IN)Letters from Chengdu - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. Topics on home, family and school from the perspective of an 11-year old boy. // .
 CC025 (IN)China Mosaic: Multidisciplinary Units for the Middle Grades - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-8. These lessons can be incorporated all across the curriculum. Ten lessons are provided: The Qin Dynasty, Confucius, The Rooster's Horns, Shadow Puppets, What's in a Name, Luo Xianda's Family and Home, Constitutions Across the Sea Research Skills, Agriculture, and Aquaculture. // Seattle, WA: Jackson School of International Studies East Asia Resource Center, University of Washington, 1988.
 CC028 (IN)China Then and Now: Dynasties to Dragon Boats, Pagodas to Pavilions - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-8. This book contains background information along with individual and class activities in many curriculum areas. It is based on content and focuses on the development of higher-level thinking skills. The impact of ancient China on Western civilization is revealed. // Carthage, IL: Good Apple, 1988.
 CC029 (IN)Calligraphy - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit introduces students to the ancient art of calligraphy through step-by-step instructions on writing Chinese characters. As each character is made up by a series of single brush strokes, students learn to recognize these as components of the completed character. The exercises in this unit encourage students to experience the sense of design in Chinese writing. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1980.
 CC032 (IN)Chinese Folk Art: The Small Skills of Carving Insects - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 1-6. The activities in this packet are aimed at helping viewers understand the utilitarian and decorative nature of the items, and, more important, their symbolism. It is through an appreciation of the symbolism that one comes to understand the hopes and fears, joys and sorrows that characterize the daily lives of ordinary residents of rural China. // New Haven: Council on East Asian Studies Outreach Program, Yale University, 1986.
 CC034 (IN)Central Themes for a Unit on China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This teacher resource describes 6 themes critical to understanding Chinese culture as well as China's relation to the world. The unit includes a 4-week unit developed by New York State for 9th-graders. Class handouts include maps and a time line. // East Asian Curriculum Project New York: Columbia University, 1989.
 CC039 (IN)The Chinese: A Study Guide - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This study guide was designed to accompany CC-014 'The Chinese: Adapting the Past, Facing the Future,' and the coordinating 26 half-hour video segments CVd-063 'The Chinese.' // Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies, 1992.
 CC040 (IN)China: A Cultural Heritage - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This Jackdaw Study Guide provides activities and ideas that encourage students to discover the historical significance of primary source materials. // Amawalk, NY: Golden Owl Publishing, 1993.
 CC041 (IN)The Education and Lifestyle of the Chinese Literati - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. Designed to accompany a tour through the Smithsonian's collections, these activities and lessons help students discover Chinese culture by exploring ancient objects, artwork, myths, and animals. A set of 6 slides, a teacher's guide, a resource list, and a glossary are also included. // Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Education Department Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute, 1992.
 CC049 (IN)The People's Republic of China: Who should Own the Land? - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-10. This collection of lessons for teaching about land ownership in China represent specific 'dramatic moments' in history from which teachers and students can explore selected landmark events and their wider context in historical narrative. // Los Angeles, CA: National Center for History in the Schools, 1991.
 CC051 (IN)Wang Mang: Confucian Success or Failure - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-10. This unit, including teacher background materials, lesson plans, and student resources, uses primary sources on Emperor Wang Mang and Confucianism to provide students with an opportunity to evaluate Wang Mang's success at implementing the tenets of Confucian thought during the Xin Dynasty. // Los Angeles: National Center for History in the Schools, 1992.
 CC054 (IN)Understanding China in the 21st Century - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This curriculum unit and audiotape, designed to introduce students to a multi-perspective approach to China and a variety of historical and contemporary issues, includes 6 lesson plans. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1995.
 CC055 (IN)China on the World Stage - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. The 3 to 5 day lesson plan provides historical backgrounds, debate topics, and primary sources on a variety of public issues. The teacher resource book includes handouts and suggestions on how to integrate the unit into curriculum. // Choices for the 21st Century Education Project Providence, RI: Brown University, 1996.
 CC057 (IN)The Concept of Order in Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-9. This unit, designed for world history and social studies teachers, begins with discussion of the warring states and the Qin empire. It incorporates the study of science, agriculture, government, and the pervasive influence of Confucianism on life in ancient China. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1996.
 CC058 (IN)Chinese Identity: Foundations and Structures - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 11-12+. These materials are designed to provide teachers new perspectives on China and information to help them design and/or update their lessons. These are not intended to be conclusive or all-inclusive documents, but rather a small selection of the materials that exist in the China field. // New York: The American Forum for Global Education, 1997.
 CC059 (IN)Chinese Festivals Celebrated in the United States - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-5. This unit brings together 6 bilingual stories and some background material on festivals celebrated by Chinese Americans. The stories are 'The Story of Ching Ming,' 'Winter Festival,' 'The Moon Festival Is Here,' 'Dragon Boat Festival,' 'The Story of the Red Envelopes,' and 'Preparing for Chinese New Year.' // ERIC Reports, U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1997.
 CC061 (IN)Discover China in Our Schools: Professional Development Program for Teachers - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This binder has 2 units that were originally part of a larger professional development program for teachers. Unit one, 'Power and Virtue: Images of the Horse in Chinese Art,' contains 2 lessons for middle schools students, and unit two, 'The Horse in Chinese Art,' contains 3 lessons for high school students. // New York: The China Institute, 1997.
 CC064 (IN)China and the World in 2010 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. The purpose of this unit is to introduce students to the study of the future by teaching some of the tools that futurists use. Through small group activities, students become familiar with and proficient in using the following tools: historical analogy, trend extrapolation, cross-impact matrix, and a decision maker's flowchart. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1998.
 CC065 (IN)China on the World Stage: Weighing the U.S. Response - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. The unit contains a student text and teacher resource book. Contents include The History of U.S.-Chinese Relations, China's Transformation, and The U.S. Chinese Agenda. // Choices for the 21st Century Project Providence: Brown University, 1997.
 CC066 (IN)Global Studies: China, 7th Edition - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. Included in this edition are background essays on the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, plus detailed maps and statistics on each of these areas. This volume also reprints a selection of articles from newspapers and magazines throughout the world. // Guildford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1997.
 CC068 (IN)Hands On: China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-8. The activities in this book are intended to introduce children to Chinese culture by means of hands-on experiences based on traditional Chinese art forms and cultural celebrations. // Seattle: The Children's Museum, 1991.
 CC069 (IN)Early Chinese Immigration and the Process of Exclusion - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This unit looks at Chinese immigration preceding WWII and the ways by which Chinese immigrants were relegated to second-class status during the Gold Rush and railway expansions. // Los Angeles: University of California, 1998.
 CC070 (IN)The Eyes of the Empress - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-9. This unit looks at the world of women in China during the Tang Dynasty (618 to 906) and focuses on the influence of Confucianism on the lives of women in ancient and modern China. It is a story based on true accounts of a poet and her maid, and on the deeds of the Empress Wu Zetian. // Berkeley: Women in World History Curriculum, 1996.
 CC072 (IN)Hong Kong in Transition: A Look at Economic Independence - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. A curriculum guide, video, and slides, introduce students to Hong Kong in the context of its role in an economically inderdependent world. // Stanford Program for International and Cross-cultural Education, 1999.
 CC075 (IN)China: Understanding Its Past - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This unit includes a textbook, teacher's manual, and compact disc of musical selections. Activities such as role-playing and simulations support the text in teaching about China of the 20th century and the events and culture that shaped it. // Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1998.
 CC076 (IN)Visible Traces - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-12. This curriculum unit includes a poster and teacher's guide with background essays and classroom activities on China tiered for different grade levels. It is also available on the Web at www.askasia.org. // New York: Asia Society, 2000.
 CC077 (IN)Journey Down the Yangtze: From Dragon's Tail to Dragon's Head - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-12+. This collection of readings and teaching ideas includes lessons on the Yangtze, the Three Gorges, Sichuan Province, and Chongqing (the Mountain City). // Seattle: Seattle International Children's Festival, the Seattle-Chongqing Sister City Association, and the East Asia Center, University of Washington, 1998.
 CC078 (IN)Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This curriculum set has a wide range of activities on ancient China adaptable to various grade levels. Topics include: Confucius and Confucianism, China's First Emperor: Shi-Huangdi, The Han Dynasty, The Mongols, The Ming Dynasty, The World of the Yongle Emperor. / Teacher's Guide and 5 magazines // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, 1993-1999.
 CC081 (IN)The Way We Saw It: Ancient China in Illustration and Art - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. This curriculum unit contains a teacher's resource booklet with lesson plan and reproducible student activity assignments. Photos, cartoons, and other visuals are used to teach Chinese history. / booklet and 12 transparencies // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 2001.
 CC084 (IN)Guide for Teaching Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-8. This guide is a thematic approach to teaching about China. It contains lessons on geography, government, and history, with literature playing a strong role. // Watertown, MA: Primary Source, 2002.
 
Series: A Humanities Approach to Chinese History
This multi-unit curriculum is designed to assist teachers in integrating a humanities approach into the teaching of Chinese history. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 2002.
 CC088 (OUT)Song China (960-1279): Splendor and Change: Part I - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. These lessons focus on the Song period in Chinese history. During this time, paper money came into circulation, production processes of silk, lacquer, and porcelain reached perfection, and movable type was invented. / Text & CD-ROM // .
 CC089 (OUT)Ming China (1368-1644): Political Stability, Economic Prosperity, and Cultural Vitality, Part II - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. This unit introduces Ming China, a time of growth in international trade, by examining China's dynastic cycle and the mandate of heaven. The 7 lessons also discuss theories of government used by Ming emperors, differences between the Confucian ideal of Chinese society and the reality, garden culture, emergence of popular literature, and 'Ming-era' landscape painting. / Text & CD-ROM // .
 CC090 (IN)Revolutionary China (1839-1989): Art and Literature in Times of Dramatic Change, Part III - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. These 11 lessons take students through pivotal events in China's revolutionary history. Among those events are the Boxer Rebellion, the 1911 revolution, changing status of women, struggle between the Nationalists and the Communists, and Mao's Great Leap Forward. / Text & CD-ROM // .
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 CC093 (OUT)Confucius: China's Master Sage - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This issue of Calliope Magazine features articles about Confucius life and teachings. // Calliope Magazine Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone, 2012.
 CC094 (IN)Marco Polo for Kids: His Marvelous Journey to China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-9. This unit follows Marco Polo's journey to China, providing historical and cultural information. Activities include drawing a mythical map, creating a mosaic, making paper, and putting on a shadow-puppet play. // Chicago Review Press, 2001.
 CC095 (IN)Religions and Philosophies in China: Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit introduces the basic tenets of the 3 main philosophies and religions in China. Students study the histories, symbolic importance, and similarities and differences among them. / Text, 37 slides, 4 prints, and a strand of Buddhist prayer beads // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2002.
 CC096 (IN)Exploring World History: Daoism - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This issue of 'Calliope' focuses on the principles and beliefs of Daoism. One of the topics included is a day in the life of an American Daoshi. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, October 2000.
 CC097 (IN)Exploring World History: The Song Dynasty A.D. 960-1276 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This issue of 'Calliope' addresses a variety of topics on the Song Dynasty, such as inventions, the return to Confucius, and the Song Commercial Revolution. It also includes an activity on printing with blocks. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, December 2002.
 CC098 (IN)Chinese Americans - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. Some of the topics in this history magazine are the Chinese immigration to America, aid for immigrants, Chinatown, and the gardens of Lue Gim Gong. Also included are instructions on how to make a dragon puppet. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing, Inc., March 1991.
 CC099 (IN)Ethnic Minority Groups in China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit focuses on the Hui, Tibetans, Mongols, and Miao. The text includes pages of information that can be used for handouts or transparencies and a CD-ROM. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2003.
 CC100 (IN)China: History Through Art and Architecture - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit includes 3 still video programs, a teaching manual, creative workbook, and teaching poster, which feature Chinese history, art, and architecture. // Boulder, CO: Alarion Press, Inc., c. 2003.
 CC101 (IN)Dynasties & Peoples of Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-10. This 2-part how-to handbook provides an understanding of ancient China by describing and illustrating how to plan a Chinese celebration. // Windsor Hill, CT: Synergetics, 1999.
 CC102 (IN)Qianlong Meets Macartney: Collision of Two World Views - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. This unit includes a one-act play that illustrates the clash of diplomatic objectives and ideological assumptions of the Macartney mission and its reception in China. It also offers a lesson plan and projects for students. // Watertown, MA: Primary Source, c. 2003.
 CC103 (IN)Mapping China with Big Maps - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12. This guide contains hands-on lessons in making maps and provides an interdisciplinary teaching strategy to help K-12 students connect history with culture and learn geographical information. // Watertown, MA: Primary Source, 2003.
 CC104 (IN)China in the World: A History Since 1644 - China / Curriculum Units
China in the World: A History Since 1644 including Hundreds of Documents, Photos, and Other Primary Sources ed. Curriculum Specialists at Primary Source, Inc. // Primary Source Boston: Cheng and Tsui, 2009.
 CC105 (IN)The Art and Archaeology of Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 1-12. This teacher's guide provides an overview of ancient China, historical background, a timeline, and a section on featured objects. It also includes lesson plans for elementary school through high school classrooms. / text and CD-ROM // Washington, DC: Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 2003.
 CC106 (IN)Early Chinese History: The Hundred Schools Period, China's Golden Age of Philosophy - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. In this unit students examine the philosophical traditions of Confucianism, Mohism, Daoism (Taoism), and Legalism, and then compare the ideas of these schools. // Los Angeles: National Center for History in the Schools, University of California, 1999.
 CC107 (IN)Global Perspectives in Illustration & Cartoon Art: China & Its Neighbors - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This teacher's resource booklet contains 3 lesson plans. Each lesson includes background information, 3 transparencies, and discussion/activities pages. // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 2003.
 CC108 (IN)China: A Simulation of Chung Kuo, the World's Most Ancient Civilization - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. This unit is organized in 5 major phases, or 'lis,' each focusing on a major aspect of Chinese history, culture, and geography. Students participate in various activities. / teachers guide and 7 copies of 5 different student guides // Fort Atkinson, WI: Interact Publishers, Inc., 1996.
 CC109 (IN)China's Qing Dynasty A.D. 1636-1911 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This December 2004 issue of 'Calliope' features sections on the Manchus in China, the Forbidden City, McCartney's Mission, and others. Activities include designing a dragon robe and writing Chinese characters. // Peru, IL: Cobblestone Publishing Company, 2004.
 CC110 (IN)Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This unit covers 11,000 years of ancient Chinese history (8,000 years briefly) and explores the Xia, Shang, Chou/Zhou, Ch'in/Qin, Han, and T'ang Dynasties. // Culver City, CA: Social Studies School Service, 2004.
 CC111 (IN)China's Cultural Revolution - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit focuses on the key moments of the Cultural Revolution and the effects of the revolution on China's economy, politics, society, culture, and foreign relations. It also looks at the experiences of those who lived during the revolution. / Text and 2 CDs, book // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2005.
 CC112 (IN)China Trade in Growing America: 1783-1843 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit on how post Revolutionary War America became a world trading force includes information on the ship 'Empress of China,' how tea, porcelain and silk were produced, and life on sailing ships and in old Canton. / Study guide with reproducible activities and response key, hands-on historical documents // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2002.
 CC113 (IN)Silk Road - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit focuses on travel and trade along the main highway between China and the West from the 1st century B.C. to the 14th century A.D. / Broadsheet essays, timeline, illustrated exhibits, and reproducible student activities with response key // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2004.
 CC114 (IN)Chinese Exclusion Acts: 1882-1943 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This unit about the conditions that provoked the Chinese Exclusion Acts explains how these laws shaped the Chinese immigrant experience. / Primary source documents, timeline, broadsheet essay // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2004.
 CC115 (IN)Marco Polo and His Journey to China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit examines the life and adventures of Marco Polo. / Broadsheet essay, timeline, primary source documents // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2004.
 CC116 (IN)The Enduring Legacy of Ancient China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This curriculum unit of primary source lessons includes a text, as well as a CD with documents, photos, music, and other sources. // Primary Source, Inc. Boston, MA: Cheng & Tsui Company, 2006.
 CC117 (IN)China's Century - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This Newsweek Issues Today Map and Teacher's Guide helps students interpret data about China and the United States and evaluate the relationships between the two countries.. // Mountain Lakes, NJ: Newsweek, Inc., 2006.
 CC118 (IN)10,000 Shovels: China's Urbanization and Economic Development - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This unit examines the causes and effects of China's development boom. A DVD of the documentary film 'Ten Thousand Shovels: Rapid Urban Growth in China,' produced by Karen C. Seto, is included. / text and DVD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 2006.
 CC119 (IN)Chinese Dynasties, Part One: The Shang Dynasty Through the Tang Dynasty, 1600 BCE to 907 CE - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. This unit introduces students to the first 2,500 years of Chinese history. / text, images on CD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 2006.
 CC120 (IN)Along the Silk Road - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. Lessons in this unit focus on specific aspects of the Silk Road, from language to art to music. / text, DVD, and audio CD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 2006.
 CC121 (IN)Through Chinese Eyes: Tradition, Revolution, and Transformation - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This resource offers primary and secondary source material on land reform and communes, women, education, ethics, religion, medicine, population, development issues, and Chinese-U.S. relations. // Vernoff, Edward and Peter J. Seybolt New York: Center for International Training and Education, 2007.
 CC122 (IN)Chinese Dynasties Part Two: The Song Dynasty Through the Qing Dynasty 960 to 1911 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This unit offers students an in-depth view of Chinese civilization from the golden age of the Song Dynasty to the fall of the Qing Dynasty and the end of the dynastic system. // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2007.
 CC124 (IN)Introduction to Sovereignty: A Case Study of Taiwan - China / Curriculum Units
This unit examines the issue of sovereignty and offers an in-depth look at the status of Taiwan among nations of the world. / text and DVD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2004.
 CC125 (IN)China: Inside the Dragon - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This issue of National Geographic focuses on China and includes a map of the country. A few of the topics are Beijing and the Olympics, the Yellow River, and China's new middle class. // Tampa, FL: National Geographic, May 2008.
 CC126 (IN)China on the World Stage: Weighing the U.S. Response - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. China on the World Stage: Weighing the U.S. Response (part of the Choices Program, Brown University, www.choices.edu) focuses attention on the U.S.'s evolving relationship with China. The Unit considers the global impacts of China's economic growth, societal transformation, and increasing international involvement. // Brown University Choices Program Providence, RI: Brown University, 2012.
 CC127 (IN)A Journey Shared: The United States & China - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. This curriculum package covering 200 years of history offers lessons and readings on many topics, such as Confucius and the Analects, China trade treaties, mapping revolutionary China, population, and China's Future. / DVD and CD-ROM // Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of State, Office of the Historian, 2008.
 CC128 (IN)The Road to Beijing: Lessons for Middle School Classrooms - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit is divided into 4 lessons. Students are introduced to Beijing through its history, geography, major historical sites, and the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Also included is the 'NBC Documentary, The Road to Beijing.' / text and CD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2008.
 CC129 (IN)The Road to Beijing: Lessons for High School Classrooms - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12. This unit is divided into 4 lessons. Students are introduced to Beijing through its history, geography, major historical sites, and the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Also included is the 'NBC Documentary, The Road to Beijing.' / text and CD // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2008.
 CC130 (IN)China Matters - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12. This 3-part curriculum unit focuses on the following issues facing China today: Exploring this Multidimensional Land and People, China: Factory of the World, and China's Environmental Challenge. // Neighbor, Tese Wintz WA: World Affairs Council of Seattle, 2008.
 CC131 (OUT)China's Republican Era 1911 to 1949 - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This unit focuses on the key historical figures and events from the Republican Era in Chinese history, understanding the ideology of the Guomindang and the Chinese Communist Party, and how China's role in WWII was determined by global politics. // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2008.
 CC132 (IN)China in Transition - China / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This unit uses modern China as a case study of economic development. It takes into account the roles that education, poverty, migration, urbanization, and inequality play in the process of development. / 2 DVDs, text // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2012.
 CC133 (IN)The Mongol Empire - China / Curriculum Units
SPICE Curriculum Unit, 2012 How did a starving boy in the dry Mongolian steppes grow to become the founder and leader of history's largest empire? At its zenith the emipire's influence stretched from Sotheast Asia to central Europe and from Korea to Syria. After it collapsed, the empire left a legacy of intercontinental commercial, cultural, and technological diffusion across Eurasia. This curriculum unit introduces students to the various societies, individuals, and dynamics that played a part in the saga of the Mongol Empire. // SPICE Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 2012.
 CDd001 (IN)Mao's Last Dancer DVD - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
 CDd002 (IN)Yin Yu Tang: A Chinese House - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Three films by the Long Bow Group for the Peabody Essex Museum Yin Yu Tang house. Yin Yu Tang: A Chinese Home Guo Nian: Passage into New Year Guomen: A Village Wedding In the villages of the Huizhou region of China's Anhui Province-a region historically knonw for its mountains, its merchangs and their culture-age-old traditions and contemporary lifestyles co-mingle and evolve, as they have for centuries. In these three emotion-filled films, members of older generations reminisce about their childhood experiences and significant events of their lives, while younger people engage in those same evolving traditions as well as their own personal pursuits. // Long Bow Group Salem, MA: Peabody Essex Museum, 2003.
 CDd004 (IN)Destination China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 6-12+. This guided tour explores southwest and central China. Attending a traditional Long Horn Miao ceremony and walking among the terracotta warriors at the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang are among the highlights. / 111 min. // Pilot Productions Los Angeles: Pilot Productions, 2002.
 CDd005 (IN)China: Heritage of the Wild Dragon - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program focuses on Bronze Age China and the contributions of the Yin dynasty, with some emphasis on the reign of the Qins. / 59 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 CDd006 (IN)Hong Kong, Five Years Later: Reversal of Fortune - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program takes a close look at Hong Kong's declining fortunes. It addresses such issues as immigration, human rights, employment, health and welfare, and freedom of the press. / 54 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 CDd007 (IN)China Today: Issues that Trouble Americans at the Start of the 21st Century - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Larry Herzberg and Xue Herzberg, Prof. at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI // Herzberg Grand Rapids, MI: Calvin College, 2008.
 CDd008 (IN)The China Threat: Perception vs. Reality - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Prof. Larry and Qin Herzberg // Herzberg Grand Rapids, MI: Calvin College, 2012.
 
Series: The Cultural Revolution: Mao's Last Battle
This 2-part series presents the history of the Cultural Revolution, its background, and aftermath. It includes documentary footage and discussions by Chinese diplomats and scholars. // 53 min. each Films for the Humanities & Sciences: 2004.
 CDd010 (IN)The Unfortunate Generation: The Cultural Revolution and Beyond - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program chronicles the Cultural Revolution, its aftermath, and the role of Mao's wife, Jiang Qing. // .
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 CDd011 (IN)Hutong: Alleyways of Change in Contemporary Beijing - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program explores social and cultural changes in historical Beijing, as seen in the life of a few citizens. / 53 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 CDd012 (IN)Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-13+. This documentary was filmed throughout Tibet, India, and Nepal over a 10-year period. It examines the history of devastation in Tibet, the international significance of the Tibetan issue today, and the spiritual beliefs. / 104 min. // Earthworks Films/Zambuling Pictures, Inc., 2002.
 
Series: The Silk Road
This set of 3 DVDs with music by Kitaro includes 12 episodes documenting the Silk Road, as traveled by Marco Polo, which for thousands of years linked the people of Europe with the vast riches of China. // NHK Enterprises, Inc. New York: Central Park Media Corporation, 2000.
 CDd014 (IN)The Silk Road: Episodes 1-4 - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 5-12+. This part of the documentary includes these episodes: Glories of Ancient Chang-An, A Thousand Kilometers Beyond the Yellow River, The Art Gallery in the Desert, and the Dark Castle. / 220 min. // .
 CDd015 (IN)The Silk Road: Episodes 5-8 - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 5-12+. This part of the documentary includes these episodes: In Search of the Kingdom of Lou-Lan, Across the Taklamakan Desert, Khotan--Oasis of Silk and Jade, and A Heat Wave Called Turfan. / 210 min. // .
 CDd016 (IN)The Silk Road: Episodes 9-12 - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 5-12+. This part of the documentary includes these episodes: Through the Tian Shan Mountains by Rail, Journey Into Music--South through the Tian Shan Mountains, Where Horses Fly Like the Wind, and Two Roads to the Pamirs. / 200 min. // .
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 CDd019 (IN)China in Transition: 581-1279 - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 7-12+. One of 26 in the series 'The World,' this program focuses on China during the Sui, T'ang, and Song dynasties. Achievements included the Grand Canal, the development of woodblock printing, and progress in education. / 26 min. // Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media Inc, .
 
Series: China: The Dragon's Ascent
GRADES 9-12+. Filmed throughout China, this 8-part series reveals China's past, recent sociopolitical turmoil, current efforts to advance into the front rank of nations, and plans for a dynamic future. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 CDd020 (IN)Forging the Future: China's Industrial Heritage - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program draws on historical evidence and expert commentary to illustrate China's early mastery of industrial processes and to explain how they contributed to the Chinese civilization. // .
 CDd021 (IN)Two-Way Traffic: China, the Hub of the East - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Archaeologists, scholars, and others shed light on China's cultural and economic fortunes, from ancient times to the 2000s. // .
 CDd022 (IN)The Power to Predict: Chinese Astronomy and the Mandate of Heaven - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program considers the roles of astronomy and astrology in China as they relate to the Mandate of Heaven: the belief that the power to rule derived from the power to predict the future. // .
 CDd023 (IN)The Dragon Ascends: Creating China's Future - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program uses the experiences of entrepreneur Guo Guangchang as a springboard to explore China's prospects for the future. // .
 CDd024 (IN)History as a Mirror: Using China's Past to Shape its Future - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program tries to understand how the Chinese government has managed to sustain national stability. // .
 CDd025 (IN)The Health Culture: Traditional Chinese Medicine in the 21st Century - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program describes the use of herbal medicines, acupuncture, massage, moxibustion, and qigong, as well as the combination of Chinese and Western medical techniques. // .
 CDd026 (IN)Family Values: The Chinese Family in Transition - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
This program focuses on parents instilling Confucian values and received wisdom into their children and children weighing filial obedience against their own independence. // .
 CDd027 (IN)Feast or Famine: Water Management and Food Production in China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Farmers' hardships, such as droughts and floods, are documented here, and potential remedies are revealed. // .
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 CDd028 (IN)The Long March - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 6-12+. This program features Chengdu and its irrigation system built in 256 BC, the city's neglect and abuse of it in the 1970s, and the government's recent success in reversing the damage to the system. // Oley, PA: Bullfrog Films, 2001.
 CDd029 (IN)Human Rights in China: The Search for Common Ground - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary offers an exploration of practices in China and commentary from those in the West who believe these practices are violations of Chinese citizens' rights. / 114 min. // Vancouver, WA: Sacred Mountain Productions, 2004.
 CDd030 (IN)Assignment: China, The Week that Changed the World - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Assignment: China, The Week that Changed the World President Nixon's visit to China in 1972. DVD // USC Los Angeles, CA: USC U.S.-China Institute, 2012.
 CDd034 (IN)The Year of the Yao - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This is a story about Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, who faces challenges on the court and off during his American journey. / 84 min. // U.S.A.: New Line Productions, Inc., 2005.
 CDd035 (IN)China's Mega Dam - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This documentary focuses on the construction project of the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River in China and the effect it will have on the surrounding countryside. // Silver Spring, MD: Discovery Communications, Inc., 2005.
 CDd036 (IN)Follow Jade! Let's Go to Market in China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES K-2. This program teaches children how to speak Mandarin Chinese by incorporating basic Chinese words into everday conversation about topics familiar to children. / 30 min. // Jade Qian Cincinnati, OH: Master Communications, Inc., 2004.
 CDd037 (IN)China: A Century of Revolution - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This 6-hour history of China takes a look at China's tumultuous history, including its social, political, and cultural upheaval through eyewitness accounts, archival film footage, and commentary. (VHS version: CVd-069, 'China in Revolution,' CVd-070, 'The Mao Years,' and CVd-087, 'Born Under the Red Flag.') / Appox. 360 min. // New York: Ambrica Productions, Inc. and WGBH Educational Foundation, 1997.
 CDd038 (IN)China Revealed - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This program offers panoramic photography of China and intimate storytelling by those who live there. / 102 min // Canada: Produced for Discovery Channel by Lion Television, 2006.
 CDd039 (IN)China From the Inside - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This program includes 4 episodes: Power and the People, Women of the Country, Shifting Nature, and Freedom and Justice. Viewers observe the difficulties of navigating politics and culture in China. / approx. 4 hrs // Granada/PBS/CPB, 2006.
 CDd042 (IN)China From the Inside (Educator's version) - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program has 4 episodes: Power and the People, Women of the Country, Shifting Nature, and Freedom and Justice. A community discussion guide, transcripts, and classroom activities are also included. / Need a DVD ROM drive and Adobe Acrobat Reader // Granada/PBS/CPB, 2006.
 CDd043 (HOLD)China Blue - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary, filmed in the factory and in the worker’s faraway village, focuses on the world of sweatshop workers in China. It provides a look at how many of the clothes we buy are actually made. // Teddy Bear FilmsBullfrogFilms, 2005.
 CDd044 (IN)Storms Over China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary is about the ecological disaster that has caused crops in China to fail for five years. / 52 min. // New York: Filmakers Library, c. 2006.
 CDd045 (IN)Journeys into Islamic China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program traces the history of Islam in China and illustrates the Muslim way of life there. / 52 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2006.
 CDd046 (IN)Chinese Contemporary Art: Artists Working in China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary is filmed in artist studios, galleries, and museums in China to see contemporary works of art and hear the artists explain their techniques and philosophies. / 58 min. // Lana Jokel, prod & dir New York: Filmakers Library, c. 2006.
 CDd047 (IN)To Have and Have Not: Wealth and Poverty in the New China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program illustrates how private enterprise and free markets have re-shaped China and the effect it has had on the people. / 60 min. // Educational Broadcasting Corporation Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003.
 CDd048 (IN)Last Train Home - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos as 130 million migrant workers journey to their home villages for the New Year's holiday.Guang'an to Shenzhen City. Chinese-Canadian director Lixin Fan.87 minutes. Mandarin and Sichuan dialect with optional English subtitles. // Lixin Fan Canada/China: Zeitgeist Films, 2009.
 CDd049 (IN)New Year in Ping Wei - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 4-8. This documentary follows a young Chinese girl and her family as they celebrate Chinese New Year in the rural village of Ping Wei. / 30 min. // A Children of China FilmPearl River Productions, 2005.
 
Series: Chinese Women: The Great Step Forward
This 2-part series focuses on how Chinese women broke with traditions in the 20th century in an effort to be recognized as equals. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 CDd050 (IN)From Confucius to Mao - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. After illustrating the effect laws, customs, and Confucian philosophy had on Chinese women, this program examines the turning points from the late-19th through mid-20th centuries that paved the way for a complete reversal in Chinese women's status. / 54 min // .
 CDd051 (IN)From Mao Towards Full Equality - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program follows the women’s movement in China as it gathered momentum under Mao Zedong’s and Deng Xiao Ping’s rule during the latter half of the 20th century. / 55 min // .
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 CDd052 (IN)One Day in Ping Wei - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 4-8. Narrated in both English and Chinese (with subtitles) this documentary follows a young Chinese girl as she goes through an average day. / 30 min. // Centerville, MA: Pearl River Productions, 2004.
 CDd053 (IN)Confucius - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
Confucius: Chinese-made feature length film with Chow Yun Fat. Running time: 115 minutes. In Mandarin with English or Chinese subtitles. // Hu Mei China: Dadi Century, Beijing, 2010.
 CDd054 (IN)Land of the Dragon - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 4-9. Narrated in both English and Chinese (with subtitles), this documentary takes you from Beijing to the Yangtze River and beyond, providing a learning experience into China's history, culture, customs, and language. / 30 min. // Centerville, MA: Pearl River Productions, 2006.
 CDd055 (IN)Return to Ping Wei - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 5-8. This documentary provides an introduction to life in rural China and teaches students about Chinese culture, particularly through the eyes of a young girl. / 30 min. // Centerville, MA: Pearl River Productions, 2007.
 CDd056 (IN)The Story of Xiaoyan - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 5-8. This film is based on the real story of Ma Yan, 13-year-old girl living in a small village in northwest China. She is very poor and struggles to earn enough money to attend school. / 89 min. // Warner Home Video, 2005.
 CDd057 (IN)Searching for Confucius - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-13+. The program's host, Wayson Choy, travels to China where he walks in Confucius' footsteps. He begins at a cave in the village of Zouyi where Confucius was born and completes the journey at the Confucius Cemetery. / 48 min // Ontario, Canada: Title House, 2001.
 CDd058 (HOLD)The People's Republic of Capitalism - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This 4-part series featuring Ted Koppel shows how America and China are irreversibly intertwined. Topics include U.S./China trade, migration, the streets of China, and the economy. / 2 DVD set; 180 min // Discovery Communications, LLC, 2008.
 CDd059 (IN)Sky Burial - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary follows the ritual of 'jha-tor,' the giving of alms to birds in a northern Tibetan monastery. / 12 min // Bruno, Ellen Harriman, NY: 2008.
 CDd060 (IN)Up the Yangtze - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This documentary follows the society of a luxury liner as it makes its way through the Yangtze and the struggle of a young girl trying to provide for her family as they face the river's floodwaters. / 93 min // Eyesteel (Yangtze) Productions, Inc. 2008.
 CDd061 (OUT)Children of Hangzhou: Connecting with China - China / DVDs (Documentaries)
These four video diaries of teens from Hangzhou, China, focus on a school day, the countryside, the training of an opera student, and a birthday celebration. / DVD is in English and Mandarin // Boston Children's Museum/Cheng & Tsui, 2010.
 CDf001 (IN)Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 6-12+. This epic, set against the landscapes of ancient China, combines martial arts choreography with classical storytelling. The title is from a proverb that refers to hidden heroes that emerge from the fact that nothing is in fact what it seems. (VHS version: CVf-154) / 120 min. English subtitles // Ang Lee Sydney: Columbia Tri-Star, 2000.
 CDf003 (IN)The Road Home - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. The lead actor returns home for the funeral of his father. While fulfilling his mother's wishes that her husband be given a traditional burial, he learns about his parents' love affair. (VHS version: CVf-202) / 89 min. English subtitles // Zhang Yimou, dirColumbia Pictures Industries, Inc., 2000.
 CDf007 (IN)Raise the Red Lantern - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film is about an educated woman who is sent off to become the newest wife of a feudal nobleman in 1920s China. She is nearly isolated in his home and learns from some of the other wives about a legacy of punishment toward some women. / 2 hr.5 min. English subtitles // Ahang Yimou, dir.Chiu Fu-sheng, 1991.
 CDf013 (IN)The Story of the Weeping Camel - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 3-8. This story of a family of nomads and its camel herd in the Gobi Desert is about separation and reconciliation. / 87 min. // New Line Home Entertainment, 2005.
 CDf017 (IN)Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This story takes place during China's cultural revolution of the 1960s. A couple of teenage students are exiled to a remote mountain village for 're-education' and discover great works of western literature in Chinese translation. / 126 min. // Seville Pictures, 2002.
 CDf018 (IN)The Blue Kite - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. Told from the perspective of a young boy, this film traces the fate of a Beijing family and their neighbors as they experience the political and social upheavals of 1950s and 1960s China. (VHS version: CVf-095) / 138 min.English subtitles // Chuo Eyetos & Co., Ltd., 1993.
 CDf030 (OUT)Journey to the West: Legends of the Monkey King - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES K-5. This is a story of the adventures of Monkey King, China's legendary hero, and his loyal companions. They encounter many kinds of dangers and use their magical powers to make good conquer evil. All the characters now have their own English voices. (See also VHS version: CVf-213) / 72 min. // CCTV and CINAR Corporation, 2001.
 CDf031 (IN)Chungking Express - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film is about a little fast food restaurant and the lives and loves of its customers. / 102 min. // Burbank, CA: Miramax Films/Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Inc., 1996.
 CDf032 (IN)The Emperor's Shadow - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This epic film is about China's first emperor, his court musician, and his daughter. The emperor and the musician, friends since boyhood, are torn apart by claims of loyalty and independence. (VHS version: CVf-151) / 123 min., subtitled // Zhou XiaowenOcean Film Co. Ltd & Xi'an Film Studio, 1996.
 CDf033 (IN)Beijing Bicycle - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film is about a bicycle messenger on the streets of Beijing, whose bicycle gets stolen. Complications develop after he finally locates the bicycle. / 113 min. // Wang XiaoshuaiSony Pictures Classics/ Arc Light Films, 2001.
 CDf040 (IN)The Emperor and the Assassin - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Ying Zheng is driven to unify China into one empire. Lady Zhao helps him to concoct an assassination plot that would justify the conquest of his most powerful enemy, but when his mission explodes into a holocaust, Lady Zhao must question her loyalty and his destiny. (VHS version: CVf-143) / 160 min. Rated R Subtitled // Chen Kaige, dir Culver City, CA: Sony Pictures, 1999.
 CDf041 (IN)Ju Dou - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 11-12+. This film's story centers on a husband and wife, their family, and their silk-dyeing business. The content deals with forbidden love and its consequences when the wife, battered by her husband, falls in love with her husband's nephew. (VHS version: CVf-061) / 98 min. WARNING: Adult situations, some nudity // Zhang Yi-Mou & Yang Feng Liang, dirs.Tokuma Shoten Publishing Co., Ltd., 1990.
 CDf053 (IN)Rickshaw Boy - China / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Based on a story by Chinese novelist Lao She, this classic Chinese tale of a hardworking peasant who tries to make his way in the Chinese capital reveals much about the collision of ancient class distinctions in the preservation of capital, family, and wealth. // Ling Zifeng, dir.Beijing Film Studio Production, 1982.
 CK002 (IN)Chinese Game Kit - China / Kits
GRADES 2-6. The kit contains pamphlets and descriptions including Chinese chess and Tangrams. // undated.
 CK007 (IN)China: A Cultural Heritage - China / Kits
GRADES 6-12+. The kit contains a Great Wall chart, a handscroll painting by T'ang Yin (1466-1524), two panels from the scroll of Ku K'ai-chi, a Cultural Revolution propaganda poster, and instructions for making a Chinese kite. It also includes broadsheets. // Marjorie Norman and Peter Evans Amawalk, NY: Golden Owl Publishing, 1992.
 CK008 (IN)The China Box - China / Kits
GRADES K-8. Contents of this box include paper cuts, musical instruments, hand painted guide books, opera mask, Yanggui Fei doll, kite, toys, headdress, abacus, clothing, red envelopes, chopsticks, and spoons. [Refurbished 2013] // Hillsborough, NC: Boulder Run Enterprises, 1998.
 CK010 (IN)Chinese Chess - China / Kits
GRADES 9-12+. Chinese Chess is a 1,000 year-old variant of chess that includes an artillery piece that can vault over pieces to strike at enemy pieces in the distance. / Chess pieces, paper board, and book // Lau, H. T. Rutland, VT: Tuttle Publishing, 2000.
 CK011 (IN)Tangram: Ancient Chinese Puzzle - China / Kits
GRADES 3-12+. This puzzle consists of 7 pieces cut from a square that can be arranged in many different ways inside the wood frame. The accompanying booklet contains 90 images and their solutions. // Mtn. View, CA: Square Root Games, Inc., 1995.
 CK015 (IN)Loong Wang Dragon Puppet - China / Kits
GRADES K-5. This colorful 15' hand puppet can be used for demonstration purposes or for display in the classroom. // Minneapolis, MN: Manhattan Toy, 2000.
 CK016 (IN)Feilong: The China Game - China / Kits
GRADES 6-12+. The questions, game board, play format, and related materials of this game are designed to provide a fun and informative way to learn about China. // Burlington: University of Vermont, 2004.
 COR002 (IN)Historical China Map - China / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 6-12+. SAVE THIS ONE This includes a topographical map of China and a historical map charting major historical events from 5000 BCE to 1989. Major cities, population size, population distribution, agriculture, and industry are highlighted also. / 22x30' // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1991.
 COR003 (IN)Stencil of Chinese Characters - China / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES K-6. This set includes a decorative poster and stencils of nine Chinese characters (English translations not included). // Newton, MA: Whitehall Games, 1983.
 COR016 (IN)Chinese Wall Scrolls - China / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES K-12+. These are two bamboo wall scrolls. One has a picture of a tiger, a wave, and a dragon, and the other, two people sitting under trees with mountains in the background. / 13x33' // Qian Baiyun, 1975.
 COR028 (IN)A Hanging Chart on Taiji Qigong in 18 Forms - China / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
The chart consists of 34 figure drawings of Taiji Qigong movements with descriptions in English. / 30x41' // Lin Housheng Fuzhou, China: Fujian Science and Technology Publishing Co., 1991.
 COR041 (IN)Topographical Chinese Map - China / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
SAVE THIS ONE This topographical color map of East Asia is in Chinese. Two small, 2 medium and 1 large-sized / 21' w x 15' h // .
 CSF001 (IN)Slide Set of China in 1906 - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 10-12+. This set includes black-and-white slides made from photographs taken in 1906. The slides provide an introduction to the social and economic problems at the end of the Qing dynasty. (See CSF-022 'China: Continuity and Change, 1906-1986,' a unit comparing these slides with ones from 1986, and CRC-042, 'China in 1906.') / 60 slides // Harrison Elliot, slides and commentary. Prep. Jean Johnson. New York: Asian Studies Curriculum Center, 1975.
 CSF003 (IN)Education in the People's Republic of China: A Cross-cultural Unit - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 6-12+. This unit includes suggested readings, activities, and cross-cultural comparisons with U.S. education in the early 1980s. / 23 slides with text // Stanford, CA: Bay Area China Education Project (BAYCEP), 1982.
 CSF004 (IN)Traditional Chinese Celebrations: Continuity and Change in Taiwan - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-8. The Lantern, Tomb Sweeping, Dragon Boat, and Moon Festivals are featured in this unit. It compares American and Chinese cultural traditions and includes student activities, historical background, and discussion questions. / 16 slides and text // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1984.
 CSF005 (IN)Contemporary Life in Rural China - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 6-12+. The teaching unit is based on the activities of a family in rural Guangdong province in the early 1980s and includes suggested readings and activities. / 66 slides with text // Stanford, CA: Bay Area China Education Project (BAYCEP), 1982.
 CSF006 (IN)Archaeological Site: Tomb of Qin Shi-huang-di - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 6-12+. The excavation of the terra-cotta warriors at the tomb site of Emperor Qin Shihuang is examined in this unit. The statues are vivid objects for a study of the military equipment, army establishment, and battle formation of the State of Qin. / 35 slides with text // China Tourist Service, c. 1980.
 CSF007 (IN)Chinese and Americans: Mutual Perceptions - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. This presentation is based on Chinese and American images of each other from newspaper cartoons, magazines, movies, and other media. / Part I 'Looking for China: American Images' (50 slides with cassette); part II 'Looking for America: Chinese Images' (52 slides with cassette) // Asia Society, 1980.
 CSF008 (IN)From Canton to Yenan: Lessons on China's Geography - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This slide set is an inquiry lesson in geography, focusing on geographic diversity and agriculture. / 50 slides with titles // PEASE Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, undated.
 CSF009 (IN)Chinese Festivals and Customs - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This set includes descriptions of major festivals and customs as practiced mostly in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Customs concerning eating, marriage, children, and funerals are discussed. / 24 slides with text // Sandra Aili Green. PEASE Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1980.
 CSF010 (IN)Shanghai - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. Shanghai's history, growth, and changes over the past hundred years are highlighted in this unit. It discusses Shanghai's climate and role as China's leading commercial city in the 1970s. / 95 slides and script // U.S.-China People's Friendship Association of San Francisco Center for Teaching about China, 1980.
 CSF011 (IN)Out of the East Horizon: Chinese Art from the Seattle Art Museum - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 4-8. This teacher resource packet examines some of the arts associated with the traditional Chinese scholar. Although the slide examples in this unit are from the Ming and Qing dynasties (16th through 19th centuries), their purpose is to introduce the centuries-old tradition of the scholar-artist rather than one specific period of history. / 16 slides, 3 prints, cassette, and text // Sarah M. Loudon. Seattle, WA: Seattle Art Museum, 1988.
 CSF012 (IN)The Art of China: A Curriculum Packet for Teachers - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This curriculum packet includes maps, timetables, 10 slides, and activities for the classroom: 'T'ao-t'ieh: a Motif of the Bronze Age,' ''Ming-ch'i: Spirit Vessels,' and 'Chinese Paintings and Poetry.' // Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1983.
 CSF013 (IN)Dali: Minorities in Southwest China - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. The activities in this unit include slides, maps, tables, a traveler's account, and folktales. Dali, a city and prefecture in China's southwest Yunnan province, is chosen as the focus of the activities because of the great variety of peoples and customs concentrated in the area. / 24 slides with text // Jocelyn Nerrie. 1987.
 CSF014 (IN)Economic Choices: China after Mao - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. This unit consists of four lessons and a teacher background article on post-Mao economic reforms. Lesson 1 is an introduction, through slides, to the complex issue of defining appropriate development goals for a country. Lessons 2-4 examine topics ranging from free market to planned economies. / 30 slides and text // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1988.
 CSF018 (IN)The Education and Lifestyle of the Chinese Literati - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. The slides in this unit were selected to illustrate a number of painting formats used in the late Ming period (1573-1644). The tools used to create the works are illustrated. / Lesson plan, bibliography, teacher's guide, glossary, slides // Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Education Department Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1988.
 CSF019 (IN)Yani: The Brush of Innocence - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 1-5. This packet introduces students to the materials used in Chinese painting and to Chinese painting itself. It includes an introduction to artist Wang Yani; slides of his paintings and the Four Treasures of a Scholar's Studio; activities for students; background information for teachers. // Kansas City, MO: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 1989.
 CSF020 (IN)Ancient Chinese Bronzes - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 2-6. The focus of this packet is the bronze vessels made for the kings of Chinese dynasties between 1700 BCE and CE 200. The packet provides teachers with background information on the bronzes. / teacher's packet, slides // Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Education Department Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1991.
 CSF021 (IN)Journey to China: Activities for Elementary Students - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-5. 'Journey to China' consists of an opening story of a child's day in Beijing, slides, activities, and follow-up lessons designed to introduce students to aspects of Chinese culture and daily life in the 1980s. Ten lessons include activities in each of the elementary subject areas. / 12 slides, teacher's packet // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1988.
 CSF022 (IN)China: Continuity and Change, 1906-1986 - China / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 6-12+. This unit consists of photographs from 1906 and 1986 and a lesson plan with student activities comparing the 1906 photographs with those taken in 1986. (See also CSF-001, 'Slide Set of China in 1906,' and CRC-042, 'China in 1906.') / audiocassette // Carlton Tucker and Jean Johnson.Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1993.
 CRC002 (IN)Chinese Folk and Fairy Tales - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-5. This cassette includes folktales, legends, proverbs, and rhymes in English. / audiocassette // Undated.
 CRC003 (IN)Chinese Folk Songs - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. Chinese folk songs are sung in Chinese. // Arts, Inc., New York Audiocassette, 1989.
 CRC004 (IN)China: Shantung Folk Music - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. Shan-tung (Shandong) folk music and instrumental pieces are featured in this cassette. / audiocassette // undated.
 CRC006 (IN)Ancient Music of China - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. The text provides an introduction to Chinese musical instruments, including descriptions of the main instruments, and to Chinese music, including descriptions and history of the pieces on the cassettes. / text and 2 audiocassettes // China Travel and Tourism Press, 1984.
 CRC009 (IN)China's Untold Story - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. Andre Ryerson, a local political writer, and Jerry Dennerline, history professor at Amherst College, discuss methods and curriculum for teaching about China. // Andre Ryerson and Jerry Dennerline. Introduction by Paul Englesberg. Northampton, MA: Five College Center for East Asian Studies, 1990.
 CRC011 (IN)Daqiban - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This cassette features Chinese classical music. / audiocassette // Chinese Music Society, undated.
 CRC012 (IN)Speak Chinese Lessons 1-5 - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. These lessons include dialogue, vocabulary practice, and patterned sentences for repetition in Chinese (no English translations are given). / text and audiocassette // New Haven: Far Eastern Publications, undated.
 CRC013 (IN)Speak Chinese Lessons 6-10 - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. Continuation of CRC-012 'Speak Chinese Lessons 1-5.' / audiocassette // New Haven, CT: Far Eastern Publications, undated.
 CRC014 (IN)Tang Dynasty Music - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This CD features selections from 'Music and Dances of Tang Dynasty Chang'an.' // China Travel and Tourism Press, 1987.
 CRC015 (IN)Peaceful Amusement: Guangdong Music - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This introduction to Cantonese music includes many well-known and traditional pieces of music and an introduction to the traditional music orchestra of the Beijing Film Orchestra. / 60 min. audiocassette // China Travel and Tourism Press, 1987.
 CRC016 (IN)Sing Chinese!: Popular Children's Songs and Lullabies - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 1-6. The book contains 25 children's songs and lullabies, most of which are folk songs, arranged in a way that reflects the growth of a child. English translation and pinyin are included, as well as language and cultural notes at the end of each song. / audiocassette and songbook // Cindy Mao and Ma Baolin, comp. San Francisco: China Books and Periodical, 1996.
 CRC018 (IN)Alamuhan: Chinese Folk Songs - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This album is a collection of folk songs from different regions in China. // Beijing Angelic Choir Taipei: Wind Records, 1997.
 CRC019 (IN)Gongs and Drums of Celebrations: Chinese Percussion Music - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This album is a collection of popular festival and carnival tunes from mainland China and Taiwan. // Taipei, Taiwan: Wind Records, 1991.
 CRC020 (IN)Chinese Lullabies - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This album is a collection of lullabies from different regions of mainland China and Taiwan. // Beijing Angelic Choir Taipei: Wind Records, 1995.
 CRC021 (IN)The Jasmine Flower - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This album presents various music from different regions of mainland China and Taiwan. // Beijing Angelic Choir Taipei: Wind Records, 1996.
 CRC023 (IN)A City of Cathay - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. This CD-ROM teaches students about cultural celebration and daily life in 13th-century China using an 18th-century hand scroll, 'A City of Cathay,' which depicts a large Chinese city during Qingming, the major spring festival. // Lee and Lee Communications, 1998.
 CRC024 (IN)Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. This CD-ROM is a reference for students and teachers seeking to learn the principles of Chinese medicinal practice, medicinal herbs, and herbal formulas. // Hopkins, MN: Hopkins Technology, 1996.
 CRC025 (IN)The Dragon in Chinese Art - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This multimedia CD-ROM explores the symbolic significance of the dragon motif in Chinese art from the Neolithic Age to the Qing Dynasty. Using images and text, students learn about the 10 basic types of dragons and study the historical development of the motif. // USA: Lee and Lee Communications, 1998.
 CRC027 (IN)Fine Arts of China - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. This CD-ROM uses images, written and audio text, maps, and music to instruct users in the art history of China. Students may also research particular pieces of artwork, motifs, or art historical eras by using the text-search function. // Hopkins, MN: Hopkins Technology, 1995.
 CRC028 (IN)The First Emperor of China - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This CD-ROM looks at Qin Shihuangdi, the first emperor of China. It includes original film footage of the first days of the excavation, archival materials, and a tour through the Qin Museum of Warriors and Horses, aerial motion photography of the Great Wall, and bilingual English/Chinese commentary. // Ching-chin Chen, prod.LTI/Voyager, c. 1996.
 CRC029 (IN)China! The Grand Tour - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This CD-ROM offers a detailed tour of China, including Tibet. // Hopkins, MN: Hopkins Technology, 1995-1998.
 CRC030 (IN)The Silk Road: A Digital Journey - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This CD-ROM takes the viewer on a journey along this ancient trail discovering China through time. // Vancouver, Canada: DNA Media, Inc., 1995 & 1998.
 CRC031 (IN)The National Palace Museum Experience - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. This CD-ROM provides a tour of the museum's collection of Chinese art. / CD-ROM // USA: Lee & Lee Communications, 1998.
 CRC032 (IN)Journeys Along the Silk Roads: Cross-Cultural Encounter and Change - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. These stories of the Silk Roads are told through the biographies of a Chinese noblewoman, a Chinese Buddhist pilgrim, a Venetian trader, and a German archaeologist. / CD-ROM, accompanied by poster and background information. // New York: The Asia Society, 1999.
 CRC033 (IN)Ancient Civilizations: India and China - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 4-9. The compact disc contains two shows, user's guide, scripts, student information, and classroom activities. The program travels to India and to ancient China, examining the countries' art, technology, government, religion, and philosophy. / PictureShow CD-ROM for Mac and Windows 1.0.1 computers // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1996.
 CRC034 (IN)Contemporary Chinese Societies: Continuity and Change - China / Software and Recordings
As both an integrated curriculum and 'virtual' introduction, this CD-ROM combines imagery, music, and the spoken language with text and narrative that are grounded in the latest scholarship. Thematic Modules collectively incorporate perspectives of many disciplines. // Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, 2001.
 CRC035 (IN)A Visit to the Freer and Sackler Galleries at the Smithsonian - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This CD-ROM uses animation to take the viewer through various steps in learning about Ancient China. / Runs on Mac OS version 7.1.1 or higher and Windows 95, 98 & NT. Also requires compatible sound card and speakers. // Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 2000.
 CRC036 (IN)Masterpieces of Chinese Traditional Music - China / Software and Recordings
This collection of Chinese instrumental music is by Kavichandran Alexander. It was recorded in a church in Santa Barbara, CA, and combines Chinese music spirit with western technology. / CD // Taiwan: Wind Records Co., Ltd., 1994.
 CRC037 (IN)Treasured Paintings of Ancient China - China / Software and Recordings
This album combines music and eight treasured paintings of ancient China. Composer Shi Zhi-you uses traditional instruments such as the 'di,' 'xiao,' 'guqin' and 'guzheng.' / CD // Taiwan: Wind Records Co., Ltd., 1996.
 CRC038 (IN)Reminiscence - China / Software and Recordings
This recording of Chinese music features the 'guqin' played by Gong Yi and the 'xiao' by Luo Shou-cheng. // Taiwan: Wind Records Co., Ltd., 1995.
 CRC039 (IN)La-Li-Luo Dance Songs - China / Software and Recordings
This study of an important dance-song tradition of the Yi culture of Central Yunnan province is set in a broad social, historical, and musical context. It includes photographs, drawings, musical transcriptions, and field and studio recordings of dances. / book and audiocassette // Danbury, CT: World Music Press, 1990.
 CRC040 (IN)The Lion's Roar: Chinese Luogu Percussion Ensembles - China / Software and Recordings
This is an introduction to the musical genre percussion ensembles called 'luogu.' The taped selections include musical pieces with each instrument's chanted syllable plus the rhythmic chants. The slides are of the Lion Dance, Dragon Dance, and music performances. / Book/CD/Slides // Danbury, CT: World Music Press, 1996.
 CRC041 (IN)Chinese Festivals: Gongs and Drums for Celebration III - China / Software and Recordings
Chinese festive music is characterized by a joyful spirit and a large-scale instrumental ensemble. These 9 famous pieces of festive music are popular in China. / CD-ROM // Beijing: Wind Records Co, Ltd, 1995.
 CRC042 (IN)China in 1906 - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 10-12+. This CD contains photographs (with captions) taken in 1906 and is an introduction to the social and economic problems at the end of the Qing dynasty. (See CSF-001, 'Slide Set of China in 1906,' and CSF-022, 'China: Continuity and Change, 1906-1986.') // Harrison Elliot New York: c. 2006.
 CRC044 (IN)China Rising: A Superpower Awakes - China / Software and Recordings
This audiotape features 4 articles previously published in 'Current History:' The Long March from Mao (1993); China's Economic Dynamos (1992); Chinese Youth: The Nineties Generation (1991); and The Forces of Disintegration (1993). / Vol. 2 // Philadelphia, PA: Current History, Inc., 1994.
 CRC045 (IN)Great National Treasures of China - China / Software and Recordings
This CD-ROM multi-media package features photographs of 172 masterworks in the National Palace Museum in Taipei. It also includes traditional Chinese music, games for all ages, indexes, and a glossary. // Trucolor Image Manipulation System Co., Ltd. Taipei: .
 CRC046 (IN)History of China PicturePack - China / Software and Recordings
GRADES 6-12+. This picturepack on China includes 10 sections, beginning with 'Chinese Geography, Mythology, Archaeology & the Shang Dynasty' and ending with 'The People's Republic.' / Windows CD-ROM // Instructional Resources Corporation, 2004.
 CRC047 (IN)The Silk Road: A Musical Caravan - China / Software and Recordings
This collection presents a wide variety of the kind of music that a traveler might uncover today in this important region. It includes traditional music from China, Afghanistan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and other nations. / 2 CDs & booklet // Washington, DC: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2002.
 CRC048 (IN)Anthology of World Music: China - China / Software and Recordings
The ancient musical works presented in this collection of Chinese classical music are played on 4 traditional insturments: the qin and the zheng (board zithers), the pipa (plucked lute), and the xiao (end-blown bamboo flute). / CD // International Institute for Traditional Music Cambridge, MA: Rounder Records Corporation, 1998.
 CRC049 (IN)Unforgettable Chinese Melodies - China / Software and Recordings
Traditional music instruments, such as the erhu, guzheng, pipa, and flute, are used in playing the 12 melodies in this collection of Chinese classical music. // Dun Huang Chinese Orchestra undated.
 CRC050 (IN)FCCEAS/NCTA 2008 China Study Tour - China / Software and Recordings
These images taken during the 2008 China Study Tour in summer 2008 are set up under the following categories: Beijing, Chinese People, Dali area, Food, Great Wall, Group Members, Hong Kong, Kumming area, Lijiang area, Olympics, and Xian area. // Gilbert, Douglas (Study Tour Participant) 2008.
 CT006 (IN)Journey to the West: A Silk Road Play for Grades 4-12 - China / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 4-12+. This play adapted from the novel is set along the famed Silk Road's northern route several years into the pilgrimage. The script is designed to be flexible and adaptable to various classroom situations and grade levels. // Meg Holmes Andover, MA: 2002.
 CT016 (IN)Using 'Monkey' to Teach Religions of China - China / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 6-10. This unit contains a packet of materials from a presentation at the Northeast Regional Conference for the Social Studies on March 25, 2004. It introduces the Chinese novel 'Journey to the West,' which features the Monkey King. // Ryan Bradeen, Jean Johnson, and Gail Wang New Haven, CT: 2004.
 CVd001 (IN)Generations: A Chinese Family - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video reveals a portrait of a 4-generation Chinese family as they embrace traditions and meet new challenges. / 28 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon, dirs. Maryknoll, NY: Maryknoll World Films, 1985.
 CVd002 (IN)From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. In 1979, violinist Isaac Stern made a visit to China as part of a cultural exchange program. This documentary shows Stern's encounters with Chinese musicians who had been forbidden to hear or play Western music during the Cultural Revolution. / 84 min. // Murray Lerner, dir. CA: Karl-Lorimar Home Video, 1980.
 CVd008 (IN)China: World of Difference - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. The video introduces the Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Imperial Palace, Suzhou gardens, a silk factory, Shanghai, and the port of Dalian. / 50 min. // Collin Dack, prod. San Ramon, CA: International Video Network, 1986.
 CVd010 (IN)China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 3-12+. This video focuses on people and the rhythms, patterns, and colors in their lives during the 1980s. / 50 min. // Stanley Dorfman, dir. Hollywood, CA: Paramount Home Video, 1987.
 CVd013 (IN)Taiwan: Exotic Bloom of the Orient - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This video tours Taiwan, featuring the National Palace Museum, the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial, Chinese opera, a ceramics factory, acupuncture, a restaurant, and snake alley. / 50 min. // Dan Goldblatt, dir. San Ramon, CA: International Video Network, 1987.
 CVd014 (IN)Chinese Folk Arts - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video introduces 7 major traditional Chinese folk arts: shadow puppetry, embroidery, paper cutting, kite flying, lanterns, puppet show, and dragon and lion dances. / 50 min. // Lok Jen-Yay and Tsuh Tse-Juang, dirs. Taiwan: China Art Film, 1976.
 CVd015 (IN)The Other Faces of Taiwan - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Taiwan of the 1970s is the subject of this video. / 23 min. // Tsao Yi-Ning, dir. Taiwan: China Art Film, 1976.
 CVd016 (IN)In Tune with Tomorrow - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. The video describes Taiwan's 10 major construction projects completed in the 1970s and the 12 new projects started in the 1980s. / 25 min. // Chang Shyue-Jen, dir. Taiwan: Kwang Hwa Mass Communications, 1984.
 CVd017 (IN)Heritage of Chinese Opera - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. The history and distinguishing features of Chinese opera are illustrated in this video. / 31 min. // Hua Fue-Ying, dir. Taiwan: China Art Film, 1978.
 CVd024 (IN)Martial Arts: The Chinese Masters - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. These martial arts masters chop through rocks with their hands and break cement over their heads, bringing new meaning to the exhortation 'Viewers! Do not attempt this at home!' The combat techniques use spears, swords, whips, chains, hands, and feet. / 53 min. // Roger Morris, prod. Beverly Hills: Pacific Arts Video, 1985.
 CVd025 (IN)China and the Forbidden City - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This video presents a special insider's look at the mystery, opulence, and grandeur of one of mankind's greatest treasures, the Forbidden City in Beijing, and a civilization that has survived and endures. / 60 min. // Tom Priestley, dir. CA: Monterey Home Video, 1973.
 CVd026 (IN)Save the Panda - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. High in the bamboo-forested mountain ranges of central China lives the elusive and endangered giant panda. In this video, scientists track these rare creatures through nearly impenetrable bamboo in an effort to learn more about the panda and ultimately increase its chances of survival. / 60 min. // Miriam Birch, prod.National Geographic Society and WQED/Pittsburgh, 1986.
 CVd027 (IN)History in Action: It's Right to Rebel - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Exploring the Cultural Revolution and its impact on Chinese society, this program features a wide variety of documentary footage and old photographs. Topics include the meaning of Mao's slogan 'It's right to rebel,' the objectives of the movement, the rise of the Red Guards, the personality cult of Mao, and the Chinese challenge to what was in the 1980s the Soviet Union. / 20 min. // Julia Spark, dir. Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1984.
 CVd028 (IN)China: A Changing Country - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video explores the changes that occurred in China during the mid-1980s. It focuses on 4 issues: China is Chinese; China is poor; China is socialist; and China is revolutionary. / 11 min. // Leslie Swartz, prod. Boston: Children's Museum, Boston, 1986.
 CVd029 (IN)Modern China Series - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This still life image videocassette looks at the old and new of modern China in 4 parts: rural and urban life, recreation, and the care of the old and young. It shows time-honored traditions and government policies aimed at improving the standard of living. / 35 min. // Horace B. Reed. Chicago: International Film Bureau, 1988.
 CVd031 (IN)An American Family in China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This 2-part documentary features a family from Providence, R.I. The viewer sees the people, culture, population, and land use of China through the perspectives of a 13-year-old girl and her 12-year-old brother, who traveled with their parents through China for 2 weeks one summer. See also CC-021, 'China Connections Reference Book.' / 52 min. // Katherine L. Waste, dir. Boston: Community Learning Connections, 1988.
 CVd032 (IN)Discovering China and Tibet - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. The video makes a visit to the Forbidden City of the Ming Dynasty, and to the peasant fields of rice and wheat, then on to Tibet for a visit to Lhasa, the capital, and Jokhand monastery. / 52 min. // Ronald C. Meyer, dir. San Ramon, CA: International Video Network, 1988.
 CVd033 (IN)Big Bird in China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-4. Big Bird's desire to find the legendary Chinese phoenix leads him and Barkley the dog to an exciting adventure. Along the way they visit Chinese schoolchildren, watch a taiji quan (t'ai-chi ch'üan) demonstration, learn some Chinese words and songs, and meet the mischievous Monkey King, a traditional Chinese children's hero. (DVD version: CDd-048) / 75 min. // Jon Stone, dir.Children's Television Workshop, 1987.
 CVd034 (IN)The Battle of China: Assault on the Great Wall - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This narrative of Chinese accomplishments (the compass, printing, gunpowder, and astronomy) provides a backdrop against war. Although the severe political divisions between Mao and Chiang Kai Shek are largely overlooked, this film presents a human side of the war. / 65 min. // Anatole Litvak, dir. Burbank, CA: Viking Video Classics, 1986.
 CVd035 (IN)Report on Checking the Turmoil and Quelling the Counter-revolutionary Rebellion - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video report criticizes General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Zhao Ziyang for his mistake in this political struggle of 'supporting the riot and thereby splitting the Party.' It makes an interesting complement to 'Tragedy at Tiananmen Square - The Untold Story,' CVd-042. / 56 min. // Chen Xitong (State Councilor and Mayor of Beijing). Beijing: New Star Publishers, 1989.
 CVd036 (IN)Small Happiness: Women of a Chinese Village - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. Women from Long Bow village tell their own stories of lives that are very different from their grandmother's. They usually have say in their marriage; many work outside the home. However, male dominance is slow to disappear. / 58 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon, dirs. New York: New Day Films, 1984.
 CVd037 (IN)The Genius that was China: Rise of the Dragon - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video provides an overview of the history of China from 1000 to 1500 CE, highlighting its ancient technological and scientific innovations. There is a focus on the Song Dynasty (960-1260 CE) and the impact of the elite bureaucracy and Confucianism on the state. / 58 min. // David Roberts, dir. WGBH/Boston Deerfield, IL: Coronet/MTI Film and Video, 1990.
 CVd042 (IN)Tragedy at Tiananmen Square: The Untold Story - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary includes news footage and the story of the mass demonstrations in Beijing in the spring of 1989, as reported by Ted Koppel. It pieces together comments by student leaders and journalists with news footage of political leaders, army mobilization, and confrontation. See also CVd-035, 'Report on Checking the Turmoil and Quelling the Counterrevolutionary Rebellion' for comparison. / 48 min. // Dorrance Smith, dir. Deerfield, IL: Coronet/MTI Film and Video, 1989.
 CVd043 (IN)A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers: A Confucian Life in America with Tu Wei-ming - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. Tu Wei-ming is a scholar of Chinese intellectual history and comparative religions who personifies a meeting of Eastern and Western philosophies. In this program, he discusses the relevance of Confucian philosophy in late 20th century, and to the 1989 student movement in China. / 28 min. // Gail Pellett, dir.Public Affairs Television, 1990.
 
Series: The Silk Road (a)
"Silk Road," photographed over the course of 10 years, is a series of 12 videos, CV-050~055 and CV-115~120, that represents the first major co-production between China and the outside world. Six more videos were later released as the "Silk Road II." See CV-121-126 for details. (Each video is 55 min.) // NHK and CCTVCentral Park Media, 1990-1992.
 CVd050 (IN)The Glories of Ancient Chang-an - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This first video in the 'Silk Road' documentary series takes the viewer to Xi'an, the start of the Silk Road and site of the old imperial capital Chang'an. // Hajime Suzuki, dir. 1990.
 CVd051 (IN)A Thousand Kilometers beyond the Yellow River - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. In this second video in the 'Silk Road' series, the viewer leaves the city of Xi'an to venture across the Yellow River and move on to Binglisi. // Tetsuya Suzuki, dir. 1990.
 CVd052 (IN)The Art Gallery in the Desert - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. The third video in the 'Silk Road' series shows the Magao Caves at Dunhuang, which is in the middle of the Gobi Desert. // Junzo Tagawa, dir. 1990.
 CVd053 (IN)The Dark Castle - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. The film goes on a Mongol camel journey to the ghost castle of Khara-khoto, 250 miles from the oasis of Jiuchang, near the Qilian Mountains in the Gobi Desert. // Isao Kitamoto, dir. 1990.
 CVd054 (IN)In Search of the Kingdom of Lou-lan - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. The 'Silk Road' continues, this time taking the viewer to Yanguan in the eastern tip of the Taklamakan Desert to seek the lost kingdom of Lou-lan. // Hajime Suzuki, dir. 1990.
 CVd055 (IN)Across the Taklamakan Desert - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. The final video in this series moves southwest from the lost city of Lou-lan to the ancient Buddhist city of Miran. // Junzo Tagawa, dir. 1990.
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 CVd059 (IN)Yang-Style Tai Chi Chuan and its Applications - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. The tape starts by introducing the fundamental T'ai-chi (Taiji) stances, T'ai-chi Ch'i-kung (Taiji Qigong) for internal energy training, and fundamental training exercises. / 60 min. // Yang Jwing-Ming, dir. Jamaica Plains, MA: YMAA Publications Center/Yang's Martial Arts, 1984.
 CVd060 (IN)Jing, a Chinese Girl - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 3-6. The viewer spends a typical Saturday and Sunday in the late 1980s with a fifth-grader in Hangzhou, China, and is introduced to her family, school, and friends. / 18 min. // Leslie Swartz, prod. Boston: Boston Children's Museum, 1990.
 
Series: The Chinese
This set of videos, CV-063a~063n, is a revision of the popular "Heart of the Dragon" series. Now it appears in 26 parts for easy classroom use. The accompanying text and workbook CC-014 were revised. (Each video is approximately 28 minutes long.) // David Kenmard, dir.National Video Communications, 1992.
 CVd063a (IN)Reform in Crisis - The Aftermath of Tiananmen - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video brings together a panel of China experts to examine the events that have occurred in China since the 'Heart of the Dragon' series was first produced, including the decade of reform in the 1980s and the Tiananmen incident. // .
 CVd063d (IN)Believing, Parts I and II - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. These video provide a general survey of the basic tenets of Chinese traditional ethical and religious beliefs, including Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism. // .
 CVd063m (IN)Understanding, Parts I and II - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. These videos explore the history of science in China and look at the current state of Chinese scientific and technological development. // .
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 CVd064 (IN)Discover the World: China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. In this video, the viewer meets China's people--the energetic youth, the revered elder--and discovers something of its land and architecture. / 30 min. // Eastman Kodak Los Angeles: Wood Knapp Video, 1985.
 CVd065 (IN)Hong Kong and Macao - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. The film visits jet foils and junks, sampans and ferries, that skim across the harbor of Hong Kong. The video includes footage of Macau, the oldest European settlement in Asia. / 24 min. // James Omni and Patrick Sun, dirs. San Ramon, CA: International Video Network, 1988.
 CVd067 (IN)The Three Stages of the Chinese Revolution - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program begins with the Manchurian Incident of 1931. Stage two occurs during the years 1937-1945 when other countries began aiding the Chinese in their efforts to end Japanese rule. The final stage saw Mao triumphant and Chiang Kai-shek safe in Taiwan. / 14 min. // Marc Ferro, dir. Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1991.
 CVd068 (IN)Re-education in Shanghai - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program offers an instructive visit inside one of China's facilities for the reeducation of citizens who have fallen prey to such 'capitalist corruption' as petty larceny, gambling, and adultery. / 56 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1992.
 CVd069 (IN)China in Revolution: 1911-1949 - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary, part of the 'China Trilogy' series, provides a comprehensive chronicle of years of revolution and transformation in China. For other videos in this series, please see CVd-070, 'The Mao Years' and CVd-087, 'Born Under the Red Flag.' / 120 min. // Sue Williams, dir. Ambrica Productions New York: Zeitgeist Films, 1997.
 CVd070 (IN)The Mao Years - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. The years of Mao's influence are chronicled in two 60-min. segments, 'Catch the Stars and the Moon: 1949-1960' and 'It's Right to Rebel: 1960-1976.' For other videos in the 'China Trilogy' series, please see CVd-069, 'China in Revolution' and CVd-087, 'Born Under the Red Flag.' / 120 min. // Sue Williams, dir. Ambrica Productions New York: Zeitgeist Films, 1996.
 CVd072 (IN)China's Cosmopolitan Age: The Tang - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This video examines the Tang Dynasty, known as the golden age of Chinese history, and its profound contribution to the humanistic traditions of China, as well as Korea and Japan. / 60 min. // Chung-wen Shih, prod. Burlington, VT: The Annenburg/CPB Collection, 1993.
 CVd073 (IN)First Moon: Celebration of a Chinese New Year - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This film documents the New Year festivities in Long Bow, illustrating how many traditional elements of Chinese village life coexist with modernity. / 37 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon, dirs. New York: New Day Films, 1985.
 CVd076 (IN)Return from Silence: China's Revolutionary Writers - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Five Chinese writers who witnessed and participated in social and political changes in China beginning in 1919 tell their personal stories. Interviews with the writers are interspersed with scenes from performances of their works, old photographs, and rare archival film footage. / 60 min. // Chung-wen Shih, prod. South Burlington, VT: The Annenburg/CPB Collection, 1996.
 CVd077 (IN)Bill Moyers: Healing and the Mind - The Mystery of Chi - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Bill Moyers explores traditional Chinese medicine and its approach to healing through 'chi' (qi), the energy force that constitutes the basis of all Chinese medicine. / 58 min. // David Grubin Productions and Public Affairs Television New York: Ambrose Video Publishing, 1993.
 CVd080 (IN)No Longer Colonies: Hong Kong 1997, Macao 1999 - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. Hong Kong returned to Chinese control in 1997, and Macau, the last European colony in China, in 1999. Made before the Hong Kong handover, this video looks at the history and prospects, hopes and fears of people in these colonies. / 28 min. // Maryknoll, NY: Maryknoll World Productions, 1993.
 CVd082 (IN)The Dragon Boat Festival - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This is a presentation of the Dragon Boat Festival in southern China. / 30 min. // Zhuang Kongshao. Seattle: University of Washington Instructional Media Services, 1992.
 CVd083 (IN)The Gate of Heavenly Peace - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This shorter version of the 1989 documentary of events in Tiananmen Square was edited for PBS' s 'Frontline'. / 150 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon, dirs. New York: Cross Current Media, 1995.
 CVd084 (IN)To Taste a Hundred Herbs - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This documentary of life in 1980s rural China, subtitled 'Gods, Ancestors, and Medicine in a Rural Village,'features the village of Long Bow, where 20 percent of the population practice Catholicism (a good part of the film is devoted to religious beliefs). Through the practice and beliefs of the village doctor, the video shows changes from a collective to a private economy and their effects on medicine and medical practice. / 58 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon, dirs. New York: New Day Films, 1986.
 CVd085 (IN)China News Stories - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 4-12+. Ordinary kids from the United States tour parts of China and report on such things as bike transportation, buying shoes, and the Forbidden City. Each of the eight 2- to 3- minute segments offers a student's view of Chinese life. / 23 min. // Burlington, VT: The Noodlehead Network, 1997.
 CVd086 (IN)All Under Heaven - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video documents changes in the village of Long Bow between 1949 and the early 1980s. Long Bow is a community 'caught between a past full of confusion and a rapidly changing present' (Library Journal). / 58 min. // Carma Hilton and Richard Gordon Brookline, MA: Long Bow Group, 1986.
 CVd087 (IN)Born Under the Red Flag - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video, part of the 'China Trilogy,' begins with Mao's death and covers the events between 1976 and 1997: 'Surviving Mao' and 'The New Generation.' Like its predecessors, it aired on PBS and includes archival film footage and interviews with Chinese who experienced the years covered by the video. For other videos in this series, see CVd-069, 'China in Revolution' and CVd-070, 'The Mao Years.' The series includes a teacher's guide. / 120 min. // Sue Williams, dir. Ambrica Productions Boston: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1997.
 CVd089 (IN)Misunderstanding China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. On the eve of President Nixon's visit to China in 1972, Charles Kuralt hosted this hourlong documentary on the history of U.S.-China relations, beginning in the 19th century. The program deals with Chinese immigration to the United States, American influence in China, and images of China in the American media. (Note: the quality of the video is poor.) // CBS News, 1972.
 CVd090 (IN)Sun Yat-sen and the Three Principles of the Revolution - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This short video shows the antecedents, events, and aftereffects of the Boxer Rebellion; the revolts of 1911 and 1919 and the appearance of Sun Yat-sen on the scene; and the founding of the Kuomintang (Guomindang), the rise of war lords, and the events of the Long March. / 14 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1993.
 CVd091 (IN)China Boom: Nurturing the Socialist Marketplace - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. China may one day be the world's largest economy. This short video examines its economy in transition, as the days of state-protected jobs ended and individual initiative became more important. / 16 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996.
 
Series: China: Unleashing the Dragon
This series, CV-096~099, looks at changes in contemporary China, like the legacy of Deng Xiaoping, vast structural changes to the nation's economy, social stratification along generational lines, and the growth of a southern international economic and cultural center around Hong Kong. (Each video is 50 minutes long.) // Joan Chen, nar. New York: First Run/Icarus Films, 1995.
 CVd096 (IN)Deng's Legacy - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Episode one examines Deng Xiaoping's role in shaping the reformed China. // .
 CVd097 (IN)The Fragile Rice Bowl - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Episode two looks at the effects of economic and generational lines on the social fabric. // .
 CVd098 (IN)The Soul of the Master - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Episode three illustrates how changing values and economic pressures are influencing popular culture and long-standing cultural institutions. // .
 CVd099 (IN)Hong Kong and the Boom Towns - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Episode four, on the eve of the 1997 transfer, examined what might lie ahead for China and Hong Kong and how China would interact with the international cultural and economic community. // .
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 CVd100 (IN)China: The Great Leap Forward - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary portrays one young man who leaves his struggling rural family to seek his fortune in a big city, representing the life of millions of migrant workers in China in the 1990s. / 40 min. // New York: Journeyman Pictures, 1997.
 CVd101 (IN)Mysterious Mummies of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video presents the discovery of perfectly preserved 3,000-year-old mummies unearthed in a remote Chinese desert. The mummies have the features of European stock, so their discovery contributes new evidence to the presence of early east-west contact and trade along the Silk Road. / 60 min. // WGBH/Boston Deerfield, IL: Coronet/MTI Film and Video, 1997.
 CVd102 (IN)Wild Swans - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This film features Chang Jung, author of the book with the same title, interviewing her mother while the latter was visiting England. It covers 3 generations of women. // New York: Filmakers Library, 1997.
 CVd103 (IN)Round Eyes in the Middle Kingdom - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This is not only a biography of Israel Epstein, a Russian Jew who chose to stay in China when the revolution spread in 1949, but also Levaco's attempt to focus on his own life in China. // Ronald Levaco New York: First Run/Icarus Films, 1995.
 CVd104 (IN)History's Turning Points: The Great Wall of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video shows how Qin Shihuang, the first emperor of China, protected his new empire by building the Great Wall of China. / 30 min. // Patrick Fleming New York: Transatlantic Films, 1995.
 CVd105 (IN)China Rising I: Paradise of Adventurers - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video examines the nationalist uprising of 1925. Interviews with Shanghai citizens and former leaders recall the Japanese invasion of 1932 and the White Terror. / 50 min. // Gwyneth Hughes, dir. New York: Granite Productions for Yorkshire Television, 1991.
 CVd106 (IN)China Rising II: Change in Heaven - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video describes how the communists regrouped after the Long March, and how they planned the defeat of two enemies: the Japanese and the nationalists. In interviews, survivors of the 6,000-mile march share memories of the early years of the People's Republic of China. / 50 min. // Gwyneth Hughes, dir. New York: Granite Productions for Yorkshire Television, 1991.
 CVd107 (IN)China Rising III: Roads to Freedom - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This is a story of Mao's 'Cultural Revolution' told by men and women of Guangzhou who experienced it. / 50 min. // Gwyneth Hughes, dir. New York: Granite Productions for Yorkshire Television, 1991.
 CVd108 (IN)The Confucian Tradition - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This video focuses on the era in which Confucius lived and taught (551-479 BCE). / 46 min. // Columbia University Project on Asia in the Core Curriculum of Schools and Colleges South Burlington, VT: Annenberg/CPG Collection, 1997.
 CVd109 (IN)The Confucian Tradition in Literature: Chinese Poetry: Origins of a Literary Tradition - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. The emphasis in this video is on lyric poetry from its foundation in the Book of Songs to the later poets Wang Can and Tao Qian. / 34 min. // Columbia University Project on Asia in the Core Curriculum of Schools and Colleges South Burlington, VT: Annenberg/CPG Collection, 1997.
 CVd110 (IN)The Confucian Tradition in Literature: Poetry of the Tang and Later Dynasties - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. The video presents poetry as a feature of everyday life during the Tang dynasty (618-907). It includes readings of the works of Wang Wei, Li Bo, and Du Fu. / 43 min. // Columbia University Project on Asia in the Core Curriculum of Schools and Colleges South Burlington, VT: Annenberg/CPG Collection, 1997.
 CVd111 (IN)Trans-Siberian Rail Journeys - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This film is a documentary on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, showing the 7-day journey from Moscow to Beijing. This film contains footage of the 25 years that it took to build the railroad. / 120 min. // Moscow: Communications-Media-Consulting, 1996.
 CVd112 (IN)First Person Singular: I. M. Pei - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. I. M. Pei leads viewers through many examples of his life's work. / 90 min. // Peter Rosen, prod. and dir.Peter Rosen Productions, Lives and Legacies Films, 1997.
 
Series: The Silk Road (b)
These 6 videos, CV-115~120, are in the original "Silk Road" series. See CV-050~055 for the first 6 and a series description. Another 6 videos were later released as the "Silk Road II." See CV-121~126 for details. (Each video is 55 minutes long.) // NHK and CCTVCentral Park Media, 1990-1992.
 CVd115 (IN)A Heat Wave Called Turfan - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This documentary takes the viewer to a place called 'the land of fire,' located between the Tian-shan Mountains and the Taklamakan Desert. // .
 CVd116 (IN)Two Roads to the Pamirs - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This episode takes the viewer to the oasis town of Kashgar at the end of Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting, to the largest mosque in eastern Turkistan. Textitle and jewelry artisans, Buddhist caves, castles, and a wedding ceremony are among the highlights. // .
 CVd117 (IN)Journey into Music--South through the Tian-shan Mountains - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This episode takes the viewer to the 'Pearl of the Desert' at the edge of the Taklamakan and through Tian-men-quan, the most formitable mountain pass in the world. An outdoor marketplace, Subashi Castle, and the Kuntura Buddhist caves are among the other highlights. // .
 CVd118 (IN)Khotan--Oasis of Silk and Jade - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This episode takes the viewer 20,000 feet up the Kun-lun Mountains to where jade has been mined for over 2000 years. An emperor's jade burial suit, a Buddhist temple city, and local silk lore and culture are among the highlights. // .
 CVd119 (IN)Through the Tian-shan Mountains by Rail - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This episode takes the viewer on a 300-mile journey from Turfan to Korla. The entire caravan boards a train for a trip through the Gobi Desert and beyond the Tian-shan Mountain range. Old steppe burial sites and a high mountain pass are among the highlights. // .
 CVd120 (IN)Where Horses Fly Like the Wind - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This episode takes the viewer across the Tian-shan Mountains to meet the Kazakhs, nomadic people who are descendants of the Mongols. Local horse culture and traditions dating back to Genghis Khan and before, along with the militarized no-man's zone between China and the former Soviet Union, are among the featured highlights. // .
 
Series: The Silk Road II
This set of 6 videos, CV-121~126, is the sequel to the orginal "Silk Road" series, CV-050~055 and CV-115~120. (Each video includes 3 episodes and is 150 minutes long.) // NHKCentral Park Media, 1998.
 CVd121 (IN)Across the Pamir - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer to a traditional wedding procession in the mountain village of Hunza amidst the apricot blossoms of spring, then out along the Silk Road to the Khyber Pass, and to the Buddhist city of Ladack, nestled in the Pamir Mountains. // .
 CVd122 (IN)In Search of Wisdom - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer to India, tracing the journey of the 7th-century Chinese monk Xuan Zang, then on a reed boat across Lake Helmand to Persepolis, the capital of the ancient Persian Empire, and finally to the mountain fortress of Alamut. // .
 CVd123 (IN)Beyond Baghdad - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer through a bazaar in Baghdad, one of the three greatest cities along the ancient Silk Road, then to the ancient burial chambers of Skythai Sakis, and finally to the site of a battle between imperial Tang China and Arabian Saracen troops in 751 CE. // .
 CVd124 (IN)The Soghdian Merchants - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer to the home of the sky horses, then on a search for the descendants of the the ancient Soghds, who at one time monopolized east-west trade over the Silk Road, and finally to the tomb of Sammerkand, Great King of the Steppe. // .
 CVd125 (IN)Across the Karakum Desert - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer across the Karakum Desert, then to the second Silk Road through the Caucasus Mountains, and finally across the Syrian Desert to the ancient Valley of the Dead, where Chinese mummies have been exhumed. // .
 CVd126 (IN)All Roads Lead to Rome - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video takes the viewer to the ruins of the Anatolia Plateau, to a city that produced silk outside of China proper, and to the western extent of the Silk Road, Istanbul and Rome. // .
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 CVd127 (IN)Three Gorges: The Biggest Dam in the World - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video introduces the experts who plan to tame the Yangtze River by building a colossal dam that will be the world's largest concrete structure. (Note: teachers may borrow this for self-preview only; copyright law prohibits showing to classes.) // Bethesda, MD: Discovery Communications, 1999.
 CVd128 (IN)China: People and Places - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 3-6. The video includes three short segments, one on the Chinese script, the second on the Forbidden City, and the third on athletics among the young. / 20 min. // Bethesda, MD: Discovery Communications, 1997.
 CVd129 (IN)Ancestors in the Americas: Chinese in the Frontier West, An American Story - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This 'documemoir,' the second episode of the 'Ancestors' series (see GVd-034), covers the 1850s to 1880s, chronicling the arrival of Chinese to Gold Rush-era California and their venturings in the frontier west. The video focuses on their labor, community building, and activism in the courts of mid-19th-century America. / 60 min. // Berkeley: Loni Ding/Center for Educational Telecommunications, 1999.
 CVd130 (IN)China: Trav's Travels - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 3-6. 'Trav' takes young viewers on a quick tour of China, visiting the terra-cotta soldiers of Xi'an, the Great Wall, Suzhou, the Himalayas, and Tibet. / 20 min. // IVN Entertainment, Inc. Concord, CA: 1998.
 CVd131 (IN)China: Sichuan Province - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 5-12+. The video explores the geography of China's most populous province and examines its agriculture and rapidly developing industry. It includes visits to the cities of Chengdu and Chongqing and looks at the region's religious and ethnic heritage. / 25 min. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1988.
 CVd132 (IN)China Beyond the Clouds (Parts I and II) - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This set of two videos focuses on life in post-Cultural Revolution China. It features people living in Lijiang, a remote canal-laced market town in southwest China, in the 1990s. / 120 min. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1994.
 CVd136 (IN)Marco Polo: Explorer or Imposter? - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program builds a case for the theory that Marco Polo's 'Il Milione' is a work of historical fiction rather than a factual travel journal. / 48 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1999.
 CVd137 (IN)Mongols: Storm from the East - Birth of an Empire - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This film examines the transformation of Genghis Khan's reputation from despised enemy of the revolution to a virtual deity. It traces the campaigns through northern China, which set the foundation of a powerful empire. / 50 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1994.
 CVd138 (IN)Mongols: Storm from the East - The Last Khan of the Khans - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program traces the life of Kublai Khan, who set out to unite China and achieve world significance. His empire eventually declined due to his disastrous military expeditions to Java, Southeast Asia, and Japan. / 50 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanties and Sciences, 1994.
 CVd139 (IN)Shadow Circus: The CIA in Tibet - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary covers the Tibetan resistance to Chinese occupation between 1956 and 1974, and the CIA's involvement in the resistance. / 49 min. // Berkeley: University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, 2000.
 CVd141 (IN)Abode of Illusion: The Life and Art of Chang Dai-chien - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video explores the life and work of Chang Dai-chien, the first Chinese artist to achieve international recognition. His work illustrates differences between Western and Chinese approaches to art, and suggests how originality and tradition, abstraction and representation, are valued and interpreted by both East and West. / 60 min. // Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon Santa Monica, CA: Direct Cinema, Ltd., 1993.
 CVd146 (IN)Sunrise Over Tiananmen Square - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This film traces Shui-Bo Wang's roots and life journey, blending autobiography with cultural and political history. Wang was a committed member of the Communist Party who questioned the effectiveness of Communism and left China for North America after 'Tiananmen.' / 29 min. // National Film Board of Canada, 1998.
 CVd147 (IN)Women in China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This two-part documentary focuses on the conditions of women in today's economically oriented Chinese society. The first part takes a look at women in Beijing; the second part in Yenan, in central China. / Each part 50 min., Chinese with English subtitles // New York: Filmakers Library, produced for SVT, 1998.
 CVd149 (IN)In Search of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This character-driven documentary tells the human story of China at the turn of the century. It focuses on the consequences of China's commitment to build a free market system. / 90 min. // Kuhn, Robert Lawrence and Adam Zhu, producers Washington, DC: K2 Media Group in association with WETA, in cooperation with China Central Television, 2000.
 CVd152 (IN)The Emperor's Eye: Art and Power in Imperial China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This video brings to light the treasures of China's imperial art collection, relating them to the political climate of their time. It features Emperor Chienlung, whose quest to create the greatest art collection in the world was a bid for his own immortality. // Alvin H. Permutter, prod. New York: Filmakers Library, 1990.
 CVd153 (IN)In the Name of the Emperor: The Rape of Nanjing - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This documentary examines the Rape of Nanjing, December 13, 1937, when Japanese troops marched into this city in China. The video includes rare footage of the Japanese occupation and eye-witness accounts of surviving Japanese soldiers. // Christine Choy and Nancy Tong, prods. New York: Filmakers Library, 1995.
 CVd156 (IN)Porcelain for Emperors - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. The film details the process by which porcelain is made in Jingdezhen, China. The film appears twice: the second version includes captions for the Chinese words. / 12 min. 35 sec. // SADA/USC/Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1993.
 CVd157 (IN)The First Emperor of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This video chronicles the period of Qin Shihuang's rule, from the inner sanctum of the royal palace to battles with feudal kings. It also contains documentary footage of Qin's life-sized terra cotta army. / 40 min. // National Film Board of Canada/China Xi'an Film Studio, 2000.
 CVd158 (IN)Ming Garden - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This film documents the installation of a Ming-style garden courtyard in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1980, the first permanent cultural exchange between the PRC and the U.S. / 28 min. // Thomas Newman/Gene Searchinger New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1983.
 CVd159 (IN)Chinese Storytellers: Life and Art in the Yangzhou Tradition - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Yangzhou is the town where one of the oldest branches in the tradition of storytelling flourished for centuries. The video introduces the town and performances from 6 contemporary masters of the art. // Boston: Cheng & Tsui Company, 2002.
 
Series: Robert A. F. Thurman on Tibet
This 3-part series explores the history and culture of Tibet, from its ancient past to modern times. Robert A. F. Thurman (Tibetan scholar, writer, and translator) tells the stories and legends of the ancient Tibetan kings, heroes, sages, saints, and adepts. The program explains how the Dharma progressed in Tibet and how Buddhism became the prevalent model for Tibetans. // Tibet House New York and Mystic Fire Video, 1999.
 CVd160 (IN)Part One: The Ancient Kings and the Arrival of the Dharma - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 CVd161 (IN)Part Two: The Later Spread of the Dharma -- Saints, Sages, and Adepts - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 CVd162 (IN)Part Three: The Dharma State - Tibetan Lamas, Modernity and the 21st Century - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
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 CVd163 (IN)Chinese Jump Rope - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-8. This is a story about Susan's discovering the game of Chinese jump rope and learning that her grandmother jumped rope as a child back in China. The video includes step-by-step instructions for 11 games for 3 or 4 people. / 28 min. // Melaimee Productions, 1994.
 CVd165 (IN)Ancient China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 3-7. In this volume of 'Ancient Civilizations for Children,' students learn about Emperor Qin (whose dynasty was responsible for the Great Wall) and the history and legacy of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. They also learn about the origins of silk, calligraphy, and the yo-yo, and the Silk Road's impact on trade. / 23 min, includes teacher's guide // JWM Produtions, Inc. Wynnewood, PA: Schlessinger Media, 1998.
 CVd166 (IN)China: People & Places - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-5. This Learning Channel video introduces students to the culture and history of China. Its 3 segments begin and end with discussion questions. / 18 min. // Bethesda, MD: Discovery Communications, Inc., 1997.
 CVd168 (IN)Great Wall Across the Yangtze - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Set against the backdrop of China's Three Gorges region, this video shows the epicenter of this enormous construction project. Made without government authorization, the video investigates the changes the dam will bring to China's people, environment, and history. / 60 min. // Stardust Pictures China: PBS Video, 2000.
 CVd169 (IN)People's Century: 1965 Great Leap - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video focuses on China's Cultural Revolution in the 1960's. When Mao Tse-tung died in 1976, the Revolution came to an end, and China re-emerged with a new focus on stability and increasing prosperity. / 60 min. // WGBH Boston and BBCPBS Video, 1999.
 CVd171 (IN)Families of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 1-5. Part of the 'Families of the World' series, this video focuses on the lives of 2 children and their families. This portrait of everyday living in China is seen from a child's perspective. / 30 min. // Cincinnati, OH: Master Communications, Inc., 2001.
 CVd172 (IN)China, Land of the Dragon - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This tour of China is also a pilgrimage through a civilization.The journey begins in Beijing's Forbidden City and goes to Xi'an, Luoyang, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Guilin and Tibet. / English version, 50 min. // China: .
 CVd173 (IN)The Eighth Wonder of the World: The Emperor Qin Shihuang Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This video goes back 2000 years to imagine how Emperor Qin Shihuang wiped out the enemy and took over power. It also takes a look at the complete process of the manufacture of the terra-cotta warriors and horses, as well as the pits for battle. (DVD version: CDd-002) // Zhang Zien, dir.Shaanxi Culture Audio & Video Publishing House, .
 CVd178 (IN)The Yangtze Three Gorges - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This trip along the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River covers 200 kilometres, offering many video tableaus with description and commentary. The film also includes scenic spots, fairy tales, historical relics of legends, and cities along the gorges. // China: c.1990.
 CVd180 (IN)Southwest China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. Starting in Guangzi province, the traveler visits Moon Hill and stays in Lung Ga, then goes on to Sichuan province and the city of Chengdu, with the final destination in Songpan and the Ximending Mountains. / 50 min. // Pilot Productions/ Globe Trekker .
 CVd182 (IN)China Now: To Get Rich is Glorious - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary profiles Chinese citizens who in the 1990s were making a transition from Communism to socialism with Chinese characteristics. The program gives a first-hand account of these people working and planning their lives in China. // China Television Ventures 1996.
 CVd183 (OUT)China: The History and the Mystery - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This 2-video set is a story of China's 5,000 year old civilization. It reviews developments in philosophy, art, and technology under the rule of various emperors, China's part in World War II, Mao Tse-tung's Communist Party, and China in the modern world. One VHS and one DVD copy. / 120 min. // Madacy Entertainment Group, Inc. USA: 1996.
 CVd184 (IN)Classical Feng Shui - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program focuses on the Land Formations and Flying Starts Schools of classical feng shui, demonstrating the ancient Chinese geomantic practice of living harmoniousy with the environment. / 56 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2002.
 CVd185 (IN)Tibet on the Edge of Change - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. Presented from a very specific Tibetan point of view, this film shows changes in Tibet since 1959, many of which were made by the Chinese government. / 58 min. // William Bacon Chicago, IL: Questar, Inc., 1997.
 CVd186 (IN)Student Protest in China: Friday, May 5, 1989 - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This program focuses on a student protest in Tiananmen Square aimed at the Chinese government. Political repercussions are discussed. / 30 min. // ABC News and Nightline 1990.
 CVd187 (IN)The Great Wall of China - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. A 4-page guide accompanies this video in which the photographer uncovers thousands of forgotten miles of the barrier built by China's dynasties. / 54 min. // Bethesda, MD: Discovery Channel Education, 2000.
 CVd188 (IN)Mao Tse-tung - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This biography of the 20th century leader focuses on Mao's earliest days and his reforms. / 50 min. // New York: A&E Television Networks, 1998.
 CVd189 (IN)Beijing City Guide - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This guided tour begins in Tiananmen Square, continues on to the Forbidden City, and ends at the Ice Lantern Festival. Among the highlights are the gardens and frescoes of the Lama temple and the Great Wall of China. / 50 min. // Los Angeles: Pilot Productions, 2002.
 CVd190 (IN)Yangtze: New China and the Old River - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This program, filmed during the initial phase of the project, documents the lives of the people who will be uprooted when the dam is completed and shows some of the scenery that will be lost. / 84 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003.
 CVd192 (IN)China 21 - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This documentary tracks the lives of 4 Chinese families as they try to adjust to the social changes in China in the 21st century, including the 'One-Child Policy.' / English/Chinese, 57 min. // Yang, Ruby, dir. USA: K. Bik Films / NAATA, 2001.
 
Series: Becoming American: The Chinese Experience: A Bill Moyers Special
This 3-part series addresses what it means to become American and what is lost and gained in the process. It explores these questions through the experiences of the Chinese in America. A viewer's guide, educator's guide, and other resources are located online at www.pbs.org/becoming american and www.becomingamerican.org./ 88 min. each // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003.
 CVd194 (IN)Becoming American: Gold Mountain Dreams (Program One) - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This program traces the Chinese experience from their welcome in San Francisco through the Gold Rush and building of the Transcontinental Railroad, to the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act. // .
 CVd195 (IN)Becoming American: Between Two Worlds (Program Two) - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. The second part of this program covers the exclusion years through the stories of Chinese Americans and their families who were kept apart by both ancient custom and U.S. law. // .
 CVd196 (IN)Becoming American: No Turning Back (Program Three) - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This last part of the series presents intimate portraits of the new Chinese Americans who face a struggle common to many immigrants: to reconcile some losses of their old culture in order to embrace their adopted culture in the United States. // .
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 CVd197 (IN)Morning Sun - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This 2-hour documentary attempts to create an inner history of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, offering a multi-perspective view through historical actors, interviews, and film footage. / 116 min. (2 videos) // Hinton, Carma and Richard Gordon Brookline, MA: Long Bow Group, 2003.
 CVd199 (IN)China's Boxer Rebellion - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This documentary tells the history of the return of Hong Kong to China by the British, something the Boxer Rebellion set out to do nearly 100 years ago. / 50 min. // The History ChannelA&E Television Networks, 1997.
 CVd203 (IN)Night Girl - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 10-12+. This is about Han Lin, a 17-year old girl made to enter the workforce as a Go-Go dancer to help support her family in modern-day Beijing. This picture of contemporary China shows the clashing of traditions, values, and the roles of male and female. / 45 min. // Yingli Ma New York: Women Make Movies, 2001.
 CVd205 (IN)China: Heritage of the Wild Dragon - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program focuses on Bronze Age China and the contributions of the Yin dynasty, with some emphasis on the reign of the Qins. / 59 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2001.
 
Series: Follow Jade!
Jade Qian teaches children to speak Mandarin Chinese using her bilingual and activity-based method. Chinese words are incorporated into everyday conversation about topics familiar to children. // Master Communications, Inc. Cincinnati, OH: Master Communications, Inc., 2003.
 CVd206 (IN)Let's Visit Chinese Kindergarten - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-2. Children learn to speak Mandarin Chinese with focus on the following topics: greetings, introducing yourself, numbers, colors, juice, water, and milk, and children's songs. // .
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 CVd208 (IN)Tomb of the Terra Cotta Warriors - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 5-12. This documentary includes testimony from archaeologists and Chinese scholars on the controversial connections between modern-day China, its first emperor, and the army. Computer graphics are included. / 50 min. // A&E Television Networks New York: 1998.
 CVd209 (IN)Eating the Scorpion - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. This documentary presents footage from a study tour in China and Japan conducted by the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia. It is told primarily from the points of view of two middle school teachers from North Carolina. // New York: Richter Productions, 2004.
 CVd210 (IN)Lost Treasures of Tibet - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. Art and restoration experts mix history, science, and poltics in a mission to preserve religious works of art. / 60 min. // Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2003.
 CVd212 (IN)Blending with Nature: Classical Chinese Gardens in the Suzhou Style - China / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This documentary serves as an introduction to classical Chinese scholar gardens in the Suzhou style. It takes the viewer through 11 gardens, 8 in Suzhou and 3 classical Chinese gardens in North America. / 53 min. // Vancouver, WA: Raymond Olson & Sacred Mountain Productions, 2003.
 CVf006 (IN)The Perfumed Handkerchief - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 7-12+. Filmed on location at the Summer Palace in Beijing, this production of a traditional Chinese Opera features the falsetto singing, stylized gestures, exquisite sets, and colorful costumes epitomizing this unique form of Asian theater. Narrated by Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows. / 70 min. // Yie Yang, dir. Beijing: CCTV, 1981.
 CVf009 (IN)February - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Set in the late 1920s, the video describes the life of a young man who leaves the city to teach in a village. The story focuses on his relationship with former friends who were his colleagues in the May 4th Movement. / 120 min. // Xie Tieli, dir. Palo Alto, CA: China Video, 1963.
 CVf038 (IN)Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. A comedy about a Chinese-American family in San Francisco in the 1980s who struggled to adapt to the changing world around them while maintaining a connection to their cultural heritage. / 88 min. // Wayne Wang, dir. Beverly Hills: Pacific Arts Video, 1987.
 CVf039 (IN)A Great Wall - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film humorously explores the cultural clashes between traditional Chinese families and Chinese-American families through the story of Leo Fang. Fang returns to China with his American-born wife and son in the 1980s to visit his sister and her family who have many questions to ask their relatives. / 103 min. // Peter Wang, dir. Beverly Hills: Pacific Arts Video, 1985.
 CVf040 (IN)The Sand Pebbles - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Set in 1926, 'The Sand Pebbles' chronicles the beginnings of revolution in China as it tells the stories of American sailors stationed on a gunboat, of missionaries, and of revolutionaries, illustrating American stereotypes of China at the time. / 180 min. // Robert Wise, dir. Los Angeles: Robert Wise Productions, 1966.
 CVf045 (IN)The Teahouse - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. Based on the play by Lao She, this film explores the teahouse as a social institution in China in the first half of the 20th century. The manager of the teahouse goes through years of prosperity, fear, and despair. / 129 min. // Xie Tian, dir. Boston: Cheng and Tsui, 1984.
 CVf047 (IN)Old Well - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This is a story about the centuries-old search for water in a small mountain village. The location of the village makes it difficult for the unmarried men to find brides. The villagers search for a location to dig the well that could change their lives. / 130 min. English subtitles // Wu Tianming, dir. Palo Alto, CA: China Video, 1988.
 CVf048 (IN)The Last Emperor - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This movie tells the true story of Pu Yi, who toddled to the Imperial Dragon Throne to become 'Lord of the 10,000 Years,' China's last emperor. Pu Yi had a life marked by fate, from emperor to playboy to prisoner, and finally to ordinary gardener on the streets of Beijing. / 90 min. // Bernardo Bertolucci, dir. Boston: Cheng and Tsui, 1987.
 CVf049 (IN)The Horse Thief - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 11-12+. Filled with scenes of Buddhist rituals and the vast landscape of Tibet, this video tells the tale of Norbu, a horse stealer, who is driven out by his tribe in an effort to purge it of evil. / 88 min. // Tian Zhuangzhuang, dir. New York: King Video, 1987.
 CVf057 (IN)Red Sorghum - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This film is a fable that sweeps along the viewer with its mixture of violent action, epic lyricism, and tongue-in-cheek swagger. / 91 min. // Zhang Yimou, dir. New York: New Yorker Video, 1991.
 CVf058 (IN)Garlands at the Foot of the Mountain - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. The story takes place in an ordinary company of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. The company receives orders to march to the front to wage a counterattack against Vietnam. The situations and the qualities of these ordinary men are meant to suggest that true heroes come from the people. / 50 min. // Xie Jin, dir. Redwood City, CA: China Film Export/Import Corporation, 1984.
 CVf061 (IN)Ju-Dou - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 11-12+. This film's story centers on a husband and wife, their family, and their silk-dyeing business. The content deals with forbidden love and its consequences when the wife, battered by her husband, falls in love with her husband's nephew. (DVD version: CDf-041) / 98 min. WARNING: Adult situations, some nudity // Zhang Yimou, dir. Van Nuys, CA: Live Home Video, 1990.
 CVf062 (IN)Iron and Silk - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 7-12+. An American student travels to China in the 1980s to teach English to college teachers for 2 years. He examines his assumptions about Chinese life and faces what it means to be a temporary visitor in this culture with roots thousands of years old. / 94 min. // Shirley Sun, dir. Van Nuys, CA: Live Home Video, 1991.
 CVf066 (IN)Girl Students Dormitory - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 6-12+. Five newcomers to the Chinese Language Department of Dongnan University share the same dormitory room. Although they arrive with different family backgrounds and life stories and have quarrels and misunderstandings, they come to understand and trust each other. / 93 min. // Shi Shiyum, dir. San Francisco: China Books and Periodicals, 1988.
 CVf078 (IN)Eat Drink Man Woman - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This funny, contemporary film examines a Taiwanese master chef's relationships with his grown daughters. / 124 min. English subtitles // Ang Lee, dir. Central Motion Pictures Los Angeles: Hallmark Home Entertainment, 1994.
 CVf079 (IN)To Live - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film begins in the 1940s and follows the fortunes and misfortunes of a Chinese family through civil war, the Communist takeover, and the Cultural Revolution. / 132 min. English subtitles // Zhang Yimou, dir. Century Communications Los Angeles: Hallmark Home Entertainment, 1994.
 CVf081 (IN)Farewell My Concubine - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. The video recounts a story of an insoluble love triangle that plays itself out over 50 tumultuous years of Chinese history. There are no heroes in this view of Chinese history, only varying degrees of bad luck. / 170 min. English subtitles. WARNING: Adult themes. Rated R // Chen Kaige, dir. Hong Kong: China Film Co-production Corporation, 1993.
 CVf088 (IN)The Story of Qiu Ju - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 7-12+. Qiu Ju, a peasant woman whose husband was kicked in the groin by the village chief, begins a long but futile trek through the Chinese court system to obtain redress. Her fight is the common battle against bureaucracy and indifference. / 100 min. English subtitles // Zhang Yimou, dir.Sil-Metropole and the Beijing Film Academy, 1992.
 CVf092 (IN)Double Happiness - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film is about a young Chinese woman whose traditional parents want her to marry a suitably nice and successful Chinese man. Unfortunately, she has fallen in love with a white man and struggles to reconcile her duty to her parents and her need to follow her own interests and aspirations. / 87 min. // Mina Shum, dir.New Line Home Video, 1995.
 CVf093 (IN)Women's Story - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film tells of the plight of Chinese women in the 1980s from a woman's point of view. It is the story of three peasant women who flee their village to escape the sexist oppression of rural China and taste freedom in the big city. / 96 min. English subtitles // Peng Xiaolian, dir. New York: International Film Circuit, 1989.
 CVf094 (IN)Yellow Earth - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. One of the first films of the Chinese fifth-generation 'New Wave' cinema, this story is set in the barren wilderness of northern Shaanxi province in 1939. The life of a 14-year-old peasant girl is changed forever by the arrival of Gu Qing, a communist soldier who has been sent to collect folk songs for the use of the revolutionary armies. / 89 min. English subtitles // Chen Kaige, dir.Guangxi Film Studio, 1984.
 CVf095 (IN)The Blue Kite - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. Told from the perspective of a young boy, this film traces the fate of a Beijing family and their neighbors as they experience the political and social upheavals of 1950s and 1960s China. / 138 min. English subtitles // Tian Zhuangzhuang, dir.Chuo Eyetos and Co., 1993.
 CVf114 (IN)Princess Yang Kwei Fei - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADE 12+. Set in 8th-century China, the film tells the story of the last Tang emperor and the servant girl he falls in love with and makes his princess. This part fairy tale, part ghost story is a romance set against a world of political corruption, chaos, and revolt. / 91 min. English subtitles // Kenji Mizoguchi, dir. Japan: Daiei, 1955.
 CVf134 (IN)The Family - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This video is based on the novel by Pa Chin, which focuses on events that took place in 1931 and reveals a negative side to China's feudal social code and family relations. / English subtitles // Chen His-ho and Yeh Ming, dirShanghai Film Studio, People's Republic of China, China Film Export & Import, Inc., 1956.
 CVf135 (IN)Ermo - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. The story--the obsessive struggle of one woman to buy the biggest television in her village--gives the viewer a look at rural Chinese culture in the 1990s. The overall theme: It's often better wanting than having. / 93 min. Engish subtitles // Zhou Xiaowen, dir. Chen Kunming and Jimmy Tan, prod. China: 1994.
 CVf140 (IN)The East is Red - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 11-12+. The 'Swordsman' series continues in part III with the reappearance of the isolated transgender 'Asia the Invincible' to refute those who have used his/her name for fame and power. / Subtitled // Tsui Hark,dir. San Francisco: Tai Seng Video Marketing, 1992.
 CVf142 (IN)The Red Detachment of Women - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADE 12+. This story is about a slave girl who runs away from the landlord and joins the red women army. It takes place during the Chinese Civil War. / In Chinese, no subtitles, 112 min. // Xie Jin, dir. California: Nan Hai Co., Inc., U.S.A., undated.
 CVf143 (IN)The Emperor and the Assassin - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Ying Zheng is driven to unify China into one empire. Lady Zhao helps him to concoct an assassination plot that would justify the conquest of his most powerful enemy, but when his mission explodes into a holocaust, Lady Zhao must question her loyalty and his destiny. (DVD version: CDf-040) / 160 min. Rated R Subtitled // Chen Kaige, dir. Culver City, CA: Sony Pictures Classics, 1999.
 CVf144 (IN)Mulan - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES K-12+. Mulan doesn't quite fit into the tradition-bound society of China. When the Hun army invades, she disguises herself as a soldier and takes her father's place in the Imperial Army. / 88 min. // Barry Cook and Tony Bancroft Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Home Video, 1998.
 CVf145 (IN)The Silk Road - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This saga of love and war is about Zhao, who is ambushed as he travels along the Silk Road and made into a solider. He then rescues the captured princess, they fall in love and venture across the desert, facing further dangers, including the wrath of China's ruler. / 99 min. Subtitled. // China: Daiei Co. Ltd. Dentsu Inc. and Marubeni, 1998.
 CVf148 (IN)Not One Less - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 6-12+. A young woman, ordered to a remote village to be a substitute teacher, must keep the class intact for a month or she won't be paid. The film draws attention to the plight of children in the Chinese countryside who drop out of school. / 106 min. English subtitles. Color. // Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc.Columbia Tristar Home Video, 1999.
 CVf150 (IN)The King of Masks - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. This is a tale of an old man who, desperate for his art of mask-making to survive, takes on a destitute child as his apprentice. The child reveals an unexpected secret that tests their relationship. / 101 min. English subtitiles. Color. // Wu Tianming, dir.; Mona Fong and Hon Pou Chu, prod.Shaw Brothers (H.K.) Limited, 1996.
 CVf154 (IN)Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 6-12+. This epic, set against the landscapes of ancient China, combines martial arts choreography with classical storytelling. The title comes from a Chinese proverb that refers to hidden heroes that emerge from the fact that nothing is in fact what it seems. (DVD version: CDf-001) / English subtitles, 120 min. // Ang Lee Sydney: Columbia Tri-Star, 2000.
 CVf155 (IN)Xiu Xiu: The Sent Down Girl - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This video recounts a story of personal tragedy that takes place during the Cultural Revolution. / English Subtitles // Joan Chen New York: Unapix, 1999.
 CVf164 (IN)Red Cherry - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. Based on a true story, this horrifying tale follows 2 orphaned friends as they struggle to survive during World War II. The film was a box office hit in China in 1996. / 120 min. English subtitles // China: Youth Studio of Beijing Film Academy, et al., 1996.
 CVf175 (IN)Shadow Magic - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Conflicted by loyalty to family and friends and the opportunity to better his standing in society, Liu must decide whether to help bring the motion picture industry to China and make his dreams come true. / English subtitles, 115 min. // Ann Hu, prod & dirSony Pictures, 1999.
 CVf176 (IN)Shower - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. This comedy features a businessman summoned by his younger brother to come home to his father's bathhouse in Beijing. A tragic event causes Da Ming to choose between his prosperous life and his responsibility to family and heritage. / English subtitles, 94 min. // Zhang Yang, dirXian Film Studio/Sony Pictures, 2000.
 CVf177 (IN)The Good Earth - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This drama, based on the novel by Pearl S. Buck, tells of a family in pre-revolutionary China. It includes scenes of the uprisings, locust plague, drought and famine of the 1920s and 1930s. / 2 hrs.18 min. // Sidney Frankln, dirMGM, 1937.
 CVf179 (IN)The Wooden Man's Bride - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADE 12+. This is a story of forbidden love involving obsession and betrayal. Forced by tradition into marrying a wooden effigy of the dead man she had intended to marry, the woman embarks on a forbidden affair with another man. / 114 min, English subtitles // Huang Jianxin, dirArrow Releasing, Inc., 1995.
 CVf202 (IN)The Road Home - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. Luo Yusheng returns home for the funeral of his father. While fulfilling his mother's wishes that her husband be given a traditional burial, he learns about his parents love affair. (DVD version: CDf-003) / English subtitles, 89 min. // Zhang Yimou, dirColumbia Pictures Industries, Inc., 2000.
 CVf213 (IN)Journey to the West: Legends of the Monkey King - China / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
GRADES K-5. This is a story of the adventures of Monkey King, China's legendary hero, and his loyal companions. They encounter many kinds of dangers and use their magical powers to make good conquer evil. All the characters now have their own English voices. (See also DVD version: CDf-030) / 72 min. // CCTV and CINAR Corporation, 2001.
 GC001 (IN)Divided Memories: Comparing History Textbooks in China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States - East Asia / Curriculum Units
SPICE Curriculum Unit comparing history textbooks in China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States // Sekiguchi, Rylan Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2009.
 GC002 (IN)Teaching about Women in the Social Studies: Concepts, Methods, and Materials - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This book is for teachers who want to avoid sexism in their classes and to include women in the study of history before 1975. // Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies, 1976.
 GC003 (IN)Restoring Women to History: Teaching Packets for Integrating Women's History into Courses on Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. A thematic introduction to four regions of the world, this unit brings together feminist scholarship and area studies, offering essays, bibliographies, and suggested resources lists. // Bloomington, IN: Organization of American Historians, 1990.
 GC004 (IN)Legacies of the Vietnam War - East Asia / Curriculum Units
SPICE Curriculum Unit. // SPICE developed by Dr. Se-Woong Koo, Dr. Rennie Moon Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 2011.
 GC015 (IN)Teaching World History through the Novel - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This annotated manual contains nearly 350 novels arranged in ways that allow teachers and students to use them in teaching and studying history. // Portland, ME: J. Weston Walch, 1980.
 GC020 (IN)Choices for the 21st Century: Coming to Terms with Power - U.S. Choices after WWII - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit contains activities, lesson plans, readings and background text on post WWII issues concerning the United States. // Providence: Brown University Center for Foreign Policy Development, 1992.
 GC022 (IN)To Live in a Multicultural World - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-10. This curriculum unit consists of nine 50-minute lesson plans and a video that address the consequences of stereotyping. // Washington, DC: Youth for Understanding International Exchange, 1992.
 GC023 (IN)Thinking about Our Future: War, Society, and the Environment - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. These lesson plans explore the emerging shape of the post-Cold War world, with emphasis on ways peoples and nations of the world can foster conflict resolution. // ERIC Reports Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, 1993.
 GC025 (IN)Japanese and Chinese Exercises - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-4. This unit includes a cassette tape of Japanese (side 1) and Chinese (side 2) radio exercises, and a booklet with diagrams. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1977.
 GC027 (IN)Britannica Global Geography System - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-9. This module leads students to investigate natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis, and to understand how such disasters affect the quality of human life. // Regents of the University of Colorado and Encyclopedia Britannica, 1995.
 GC029 (IN)Geography Is for Everyone: Planning and Organizing a Geography Fair - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This guide contains ideas and suggestions from the organizers of two pilot geography fairs--one local and one countrywide. // Philadelphia: Philadelphia Geographic Alliance, 1991.
 GC030 (OUT)Mapping Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. This unit teaches students about the basic physical and political geography of Asia and introduces fundamental geographical concepts and vocabulary in an Asian context. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1994.
 GC032 (IN)Asia and Oceania Today: A Reproducible Atlas - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit consists of over 200 pages of illustrative maps, tables, and graphs depicting the continent's size, population, trade, health, environment, etc. before 1995. // Wellesley, MA: World Eagle, 1995.
 GC034 (IN)Feeding a Hungry World: Focus on Rice in Asia and the Pacific - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. The activities in this unit give multiple perspectives on the topic. It includes 4 posters depicting rice ecosystems. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1995.
 GC035 (IN)East Asia in Transition - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. This unit includes an instructional guide and video with footage/videotape excerpts from meetings of U.S. secretaries of state, defense, and treasury, former world leaders and U.S. ambassadors. // Atlanta: Southern Center for International Studies, 1996.
 GC037 (IN)Geographic Inquiry Into Global Issues: Natural Hazards - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. This unit includes 12 two-sided laminated maps and a student guide featuring a primary-case study on natural hazards in Japan with comparisons to Bangladesh and the U.S. // Britannica Global Geography System Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp., 1995.
 GC040 (IN)Religions of the World Lesson Plan - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This overview of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Islam, map of Holy Land, and origins of religions, is accompanied by GOR-020 'Religions of the World' poster set. // Asheville, NC: Poster Education, 1996.
 GC042 (IN)The Pacific Century (faculty manual) - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This manual accompanies 'The Pacific Century' series, GV-011-020, helping teachers to explain political and economic developments in the Pacific region pre-1990. // The Annenberg/CPB Project, 1992.
 GC046 (IN)Megacities in the Asia-Pacific Region - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This unit focuses on the environmental impact of megacities in the Asia-Pacific Region in the 1990s. It includes lessons on air pollution, energy, waste management and urbanization. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1997.
 GC047 (IN)Modern Immigration - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. The demographic revolution, laws, and debates on immigration between 1965 and 1995 are told through a variety of materials, such as charts, photo essays, and pamphlets. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw, 1998.
 GC048 (IN)Immigration 1870-1930 - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. The immigration story in America from 1870 - 1930 is told through narrative, letters, documents, cartoons, and photos. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw, 1998.
 GC049 (IN)Global Issues in the Elementary Classroom - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. These activities from the early 1990s are organized into sections: the importance of learning about other parts of the world, human values, global systems, global issues and problems, and global history. // Winchester, MA, Boulder, CO, and Denver, CO: Massachusetts Global Education Project, Social Science Education Consortium, and The Center for Teaching International Relations, 1993.
 GC052 (IN)Choices in International Conflict: With a Focus on Security Issues in Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. The unit's 6 lessons examine case studies pre-1998 and explore various modes of international conflict resolution and conflict management. Focus is on issues related to Okinawa, the Taiwan Strait, the Korean Peninsula, Cambodia, and the 'northern territories' (Russia and Japan), and the U.S.-Japan Security Alliance. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1998.
 GC054 (IN)Asia: Global Perspectives Through Editorial Cartoons - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This teacher's resource booklet includes transparencies, lesson plans, and reproducible student activity assignments. Many feature East Asian countries. // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 1997.
 GC055 (IN)Communist China and Modern Japan - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 10-12+. This unit encourages student interaction and includes a cassette, slide lecture, and overhead transparencies. Focus is on the recent history of China and Japan. // Palo Alto, CA: Teacher's Curriculum Institute, 1995.
 GC056 (IN)Contagion in the East: A Look at the 1997-98 Asian Financial Crisis - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 11-12+. This unit, 3 lessons with handouts and activity cards, introduces students to some of the basics in international economics and helps them understand the events of the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2000.
 GC057 (IN)The Visual Image in the Classroom - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. This unit gives detailed descriptions of the principles of visual literacy and how they can contribute to effective teaching. / 7 transparencies // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 1997.
 GC058 (IN)Imperial China and Feudal Japan - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit encourages student interaction and includes a cassette, slide lecture, and overhead transparencies. Focus is on the history of China and Japan during the middle ages. / cassette, 13 transparencies, 89 slides // Palo Alto, CA: Teachers' Curriculum Institute, 1997.
 GC060 (IN)Heelotia: A Cross-Cultural Simulation Game - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This simulation is designed to provide students with an experimental or discovery exercise in cross-cultural relations. // Wider Horizons and The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1991.
 GC061 (IN)The Art of Buddhism, A Teacher's Guide - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This curriculum unit contains an overview of Buddhism, lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school levels, a map of Asia, and color photographs of Buddhist art. Focus is on the cultures of China, Japan, and India. // Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 2001.
 GC062 (IN)Silk Road Encounters - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 1-12+. This unit includes a sourcebook providing background material, teachers guide with 6 lesson plans, CD of audio clips of musicians from the Silk Road Ensemble, a 30-minute video, 11 slides of art objects, and a poster. // New York: Asia Society and the Silk Road Project, 2001.
 GC063 (IN)Spotlight on Inner Asia: The Bizarre Bazaar - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This resource guide focuses on 4 main points: geography, cultural interactions along the Silk Road, influence of the Mongol Empire, and the role of Inner Asia in the modern world. // New York: American Forum for Global Education, 2000.
 GC064 (IN)Global Encounters: Sounds Along the Silk Road - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. Music and culture of Silk Road areas are explored through historical and contemporary practices. Refer to GRC-010, 'Music on the Silk Roads.' // New York: Carnegie Hall Corporation, 2002.
 GC065 (OUT)Everything You Need to Teach Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-10. Among the topics addressed in these lessons are the Shogun and Samurai in feudal Japan, population control in modern China, Hong Kong, human rights issues in Asia, and the Silk Road. // Atlanta: InspirEd Educators, Inc., 2001.
 GC068 (IN)Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This theme pack includes 9 booklets, each focusing on a different aspect or region of Asia. They are: 'India,' 'Hinduism,' 'Living in the Himalayas,' 'The Hunnic Invasions,' 'The Mongols,' 'Japan,' 'Samurai,' 'Indonesia,' and 'Philippines.' // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing, Inc., 1994.
 GC069 (IN)Asia II - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This theme pack includes 9 booklets.Topics are: 'Central Asia,' 'Growing Up in China,' 'Hong Kong,' 'Korea,' 'Shinto,' 'Cambodia,' 'Thailand,' 'Vietnam,' and 'Tibet.' The teacher's guide offers questions for discussion and related activities. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, 1999.
 GC070 (IN)Teaching Literature in Middle School: Fiction - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. Many of the ideas and activities presented in this book by classroom teachers can be adapted to focus on literature from Asia. // Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1996.
 GC071 (IN)Teaching Literature in High School: The Novel - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. Many of the ideas and activities presented in this book by classroom teachers can be adapted to focus on literature from Asia. // Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1995.
 GC072 (IN)Calliope: World History for Young People: Buddhism - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This issue offers information on the Buddha's life, the Dalai Lama, the Buddhist monk, and meditation. It also has instructions on how to make a mandala. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, March/April 1995.
 GC073 (IN)I Will Not Bow My Head - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This curriculum unit documents political women in world history. Included are sections on samurai women in 12th Century Japan, the 'first wave' feminists - Japan 1878-1927, Qiu Jin - China, 1875-1907, and China in the 1920s to 1940s. // Berkeley, CA: Women in World History Curriculum, 1995.
 GC074 (IN)Asian American Literature - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. This unit includes a text containing a variety of literature by Asian Americans and a teacher's guide that offers suggestions on how to conduct related discussions. // Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2001.
 GC075 (IN)Geography of Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-12. This unit provides an overview of the physical and cultural geography of Asia. It includes 40 transparencies with teacher's guide and activities, an outline map of Asia, and a double-sided wall map of Asia. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1995.
 GC076 (IN)East Asia: People and Places - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This booklet contains sections on East Asian traditions, economies, arts, populations, governments, and sports. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2003.
 GC077 (IN)East Asia: Geography and Environments - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This booklet contains sections on the islands, deserts, rivers, rain forests, and earthquakes of East Asia. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 2003.
 GC078 (IN)Mao and Gandhi: Alternate Paths to National Independence and Social Change - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. This unit focuses on the historic period from 1920 to 1966 when Mao and Gandhi constructed and applied their social and moral visions to their respective nationalist movements. Included are objectives, a correlation to the National History Standards, teacher background materials, lesson plans, and student resources. // Los Angeles: National Center for History in the Schools, University of California, and the Asia Society, 1999.
 GC079 (IN)The Industrial Revolution: A Global Event - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. This simulation unit can be used with a variety of topics centered on the 19th century. Included are unit objectives, a correlation to the National History Standards, teacher and student manuals, and profiles. // Los Angeles: National Center for History in the Schools, University of California, 1998.
 GC080 (IN)Emperor Ashoka of India: What Makes a Ruler Legitimate? - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-10. This unit focuses on how rulers establish legitimacy and covers the historic period from late 4th century B.C.E. to 581-618 C.E. It should be used as a supplement to customary course materials. Included are background information and suggested activities. // Los Angeles: National Center for History in the Schools, University of California, and the Asia Society, 1998.
 GC081 (IN)The Art of Rice: Spirit and Sustenance in Asia - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12. -These lessons focus on the peoples and cultures of South, Southeast, and East Asia, and present learning opportunities in history/social sciences, visual and performing arts, language arts, and science. Background information, 20 slides, and suggested activities are included. // Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, 2004.
 GC082 (IN)Asia III - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This theme pack includes a teacher's guide and 9 booklets. A few of the topics covered are: children of China long ago, Beijing, the Song Dynasty, Daoism, and the Silk Road.The teacher's guide offers questions for discussion and related activities. // Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Publishing Company, 2003.
 GC084 (IN)Economics & Politics of Oil - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This unit includes a map and a teacher's guide with readings and suggested activities on the topic of oil. // Mountain Lakes, NJ: Newsweek Education Program, 2005.
 GC085 (OUT)Geography and the Human Experience - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This unit introduces students to a broad range of topics and activities related to the study of geography. In addition to the 7 lessons, there are also case studies on China, Korea, and Japan, and a jigsaw puzzle of the United States. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2004.
 GC086 (IN)From Silk to Oil: Cross-Cultural Connections Along the Silk Roads - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This guide offers lessons and several essays on geography, ethnic relations and political history, exchange of goods, religions, and art along the Silk Roads. / Text and CD // New York: China Institute, 2005.
 GC092 (OUT)Central Asia: Between Peril and Promise - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit explores the range of problems facing Central Asia. The CD contains images, maps, political cartoons, and transparencies. / text and CD // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2006.
 GC097 (IN)Nationalism and Identity in a European Context - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. The unit focuses on the basic concepts of nationalism and identity by drawing upon historic and contemporary examples. / text and cassetts // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1993.
 GC098 (OUT)Teacher's Guide for Indigo: A Color that Links the World - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-8. This guide offers activities that can be used to support the following four standards: History of the United States and New York, World History, Geography, and Economics. // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2010.
 GC099 (IN)Peabody Essex Museum Teacher Resources: China, Japan, and Korea - East Asia / Curriculum Units
Teacher sourcebook, basic background information Lesson Plans, Mass. Curriculum Frameworks Art Cards, objects at PEM // Joshua Lawrence, et al./Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA: Peabody Essex Museum, 2006 PEM.
 GC100 (IN)Legacies of the Vietnam War - East Asia / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12. This unit examines the political and economic aftermath of the Vietnam War and the impact of warfare on human health and the natural environment. It also takes a look at the Vietnamese American community. / 3 DVDs, text // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2011.
 GDd001 (IN)Extreme Oil - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This 3-hour program shows how the oil business, a billion-dollar industry, has expanded beyond the Persian Gulf and the Middle East to include new oil-rich frontiers. (See VHS version of 'Extreme Oil:' GVd-057, GVd-058, and GVd-059.) / 3 discs // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003.
 GDd002 (OUT)Destiny Determined: Power and Ritual in Asia - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 6-12+. Students get a close-up look at China and Japan and learn one interpretation of how the roles of these countries have changed. / 52 min. // Silver Spring, MD: Discovery Communications, Inc., 2004.
 GDd003 (IN)China and Japan: 1279-1600 - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 7-12+. One of 26 in the series 'The World,' this program looks at the role of Kublai Khan in China and the rebuilding of the Great Wall by the Mings. It also addresses Zen Buddhism in Japan under the Kamakura and Ashikaga shogunates. // Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media Inc, .
 GDd004 (IN)The Silk Road: Music, Art, and Poetry from Istanbul to Samarqand - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This documentary reflects the inner life of the people who had lived along the Silk Road through the arts and music that still exist today. // Judith Frey Boulder, CO: Muse Productions, 2006.
 GDd005 (IN)2 Million Minutes - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
This 4-DVD set focuses on education in the United States, China, and India. It also includes a teacher's guide with questions for students. // Broken Pencil Productions 2008.
 GDd006 (IN)Dokdo DVD - East Asia / DVDs (Documentaries)
Dokdo documentary made by Northeastern Asia History Foundation, Seoul, Korea DVD, running time 18' 33' // Northeast Asia History Fnd, Dokdo Rsch Institute Seoul, Korea: .
 GK004 (IN)Barnga Card Game - East Asia / Kits
Card Game with card packs and book of instructions // .
 GK007 (IN)World War II in the Pacific: Multiple Perspectives - East Asia / Kits
This assembly of materials inlcudes a teacher materials binder and 6 'learning stations.' Each 'station' is made up of videos and/or books that focus on a particular topic. // Assembled by Patience Berkman (Newton Country Day School) 2003.
 GOR009 (IN)Japan and Korea: Set of Overhead Transparencies - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES K-12+. This set contains four overlays (a physical map in color, names and locations of chief cities and physical features, and an outline of map Japan and Korea) for use on overhead projectors. // Maplewood, NJ: C.S. Hammond and Co., c. 1980.
 GOR014 (IN)Chinese and Japanese Games - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 3-8. This set includes pamphlets and descriptions of Chinese and Japanese games including go, tangrams, shoji, and Chinese chess. // .
 GOR016 (IN)Newsweek Pacific Rim Overview Map - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 7-12+. This poster map features charts comparing economies on the Asian Pacific Rim. / 44' x 32' // New York: Newsweek, 1994.
 GOR021 (IN)How Is Your Family Connected to the World? - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 3-12+. This poster shows the home of an American family filled with brand name products made in countries around the world. This resource is designed to be used in conjunction with GC-038, 'How is Your Family Connected around the World: Lesson Plan.' // Asheville, NC: Global Poster Education, 1995.
 GOR025 (IN)Asia Map - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 7-12+. This is a 38' x 33' National Geographic map of Asia. // Cambridge, MA: National Geographic Maps, GeoSystems, undated.
 GOR029 (IN)Map of the World - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
This map belongs to the family of Cylindrical Equal Area projections in which the latitude and longitude lines form a rectangular grid. / laminated, color, 17' x 11' // ODT, Inc., 2002.
 GOR031 (IN)Regions of the World: East Asia - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 4-9. This 28' x 22' color map of East Asia shows the location of many of the region's major cities. // Asheville, NC: Poster Education, 1996.
 GOR034 (OUT)Feeding a Hungry World - East Asia / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
Poster to accompany GC034 // .
 GSF005 (IN)An Introduction to Buddhism - East Asia / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. Although the slides in this unit focus mainly on Japan, the unit contains information and suggestions to help the teacher present a basic introduction to Buddhism. / text and 20 slides // Provo, UT: Asian Outreach, Brigham Young University, 1982.
 GSF006 (IN)The Rabbit in the Moon: Folktales from China and Japan - East Asia / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-6. This teaching unit consists of folktales from China and Japan, some skill-development exercises, and follow-up activities. / text and 51 slides // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1979.
 GSF007 (IN)Rice As It Is Farmed in Asia - East Asia / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-12+. These 49 slides depict how rice is grown in selected Asian countries. Though unaccompanied by a script, the location of each shot is noted. // Robert Huke (Geography, Dartmouth College). various dates.
 GSF008 (IN)The Arts of Asia: China, Korea, and Japan - East Asia / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. These 16 slides assist teachers in the their presentation of the arts and cultures of East Asia. The manual includes maps, time line, bibliographies, and illustrations to help place the art into a broader geographic and historical context. // The Art Institute of Chicago, 1993.
 GSF009 (IN)Selected Masterpieces of Asian Art: 1890-1990 - East Asia / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
These slides depict works of painting, sculpture, printmaking, pottery and jewelry from China, Japan, India, Tibet, Southeast Asia, and the Islamic world. / 250 slides // Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, 2001.
 GRC001 (IN)Journey to the East: Tales of China and Japan - East Asia / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-6. New and old favorites are featured in this storytelling tape: stories of ghosts, gold, the Great Wall, and a trickster named Lazy Dragon. / storytelling audiocassette and guide // Cathy Spagnoli. Seattle: 1987.
 GRC004 (IN)Japanese and Chinese Exercises - East Asia / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. Simple stretches and warm-up exercises are done to music. This unit includes a two-sided cassette tape and separate manuals for Japanese radio exercises and for Chinese 4-minute exercises. / Audio casette and teacher's guide. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1977.
 GRC008 (IN)Migration in Modern World History: 1500 - 2000 - East Asia / Software and Recordings
GRADES 7-12+. This interactive multimedia curriculum on CD-ROM allows students to challenge, assemble and question interpretations of history in a format using tools and practices employed by historians. // World History Center Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2001.
 GRC009 (IN)Masks: Faces of the Pacific - East Asia / Software and Recordings
GRADES 6-12+. This CD-ROM explores masks and their meaning to cultures of the Pacific Rim. It includes images and discussion of Japanese Noh masks. / CD-ROM // Telefilm Canada Vancouver, BC: DNA Media Inc., 1998.
 GRC010 (IN)Music on the Silkroads - East Asia / Software and Recordings
GRADES 9-12+. This compact disc includes music with English commentary from China and other countries along the Silk Road.( Refer to GC-064 for teacher's guide on music and culture of Silk Road areas.) // France: Schweizer Radio DRS, 1992.
 GRC012 (IN)Roots & Branches: A Legacy of Multicultural Music for Children - East Asia / Software and Recordings
This collection of 38 traditional songs, sung in the original languages, grew from 23 distinct cultures, among them China, Korea, and Japan. The book provides words, pronunciation, and translations of each song. / Book and CD // Danbury, CT: World Music Press, 1994.
 GT012 (IN)Debate: Connecting History and Geography - East Asia / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 9-12+. This debate is centered on the question of Japanese imperialism in the early 20th century. Students use primary sources such as speeches and letters to discuss Japanese power and security interests. This exercise increases students' knowledge of Asian geography as well as an awareness of the political climate at the time. // Patience Berkman (Newton Country Day School) Newton, MA: 1996.
 GT013 (IN)Personal Accounts: Pacific War Literature around the Rim - East Asia / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 7-12+. This unit incorporates literature as a tool for understanding the Pacific War. It involves outside reading and in-class group activities. // Patience Berkman (Newton Country Day School) Newton, MA: 1995.
 GT016 (IN)Four Roads of Asia: An Institute of Asian Studies at Bangor High School - East Asia / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 10-12+. This curriculum unit presents a survey of the history of the Chinese state and its interaction with Asia and the world from China's beginnings to the late 1990s. // Bill Ames and Ryan Bradeen Bangor High School, Bangor, ME: 1999.
 GT017 (IN)'Big Mac' Attacks: Using McDonald's to Teach Globalization - East Asia / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 5-12. Presented at the Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies in March 2006, this program includes topics such as the changing diet and lifestyles in China and Japan. McDonalds is used as a hook to interest students in other cultures and their connections to one another and the United States. // Boston, MA: 2006.
 GVd001 (IN)A Videotape Companion to Preschool in Three Cultures: Japan, China, and the United States - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. The dvd shows a 'typical' day in a 'typical' preschool in all three countries in the 1980s, comparing the education practices and philosophies in each country. / with annotated script // Fourth Wave Productions New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989.
 GVd002 (IN)The Asianization of America - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program examines the role of Asian Americans in the 1980s, both in culture and economy. / 26 min. // Tony Marshall, dir. Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1988.
 GVd005 (IN)World War II: The Propaganda Battle - A Walk through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Bill Moyers studies the principles and psychological effects of propaganda, and interviews two key players in the large-scale propaganda battle in history: director Frank Capra and German director Fritz Hippler. (See JVd-168) / 55 min. // Arlington, VA: PBS Video, 1990.
 
Series: Mini-Dragons
"Mini-Dragons" refers to the Pacific Rim countries of Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea and Hong Kong, relative newcomers in the global marketplace. This video series, GV-007~010, explores their economic growth and looks at its effects on each society in the early 1990s. GRADES 9-12+. 54 min. // New York: Ambrose Video Publishing, 1991.
 GVd007 (IN)Singapore - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This episode of the series explores Singapore's struggle to become a regional center for the global economy, despite its political instability. // .
 
Series: The Pacific Century
This series, GV-011~020, studies the interconnections among Pacific nations within a geographical, cultural, and historic framework set in the early 1990s. Includes teacher's manual, GC-042. GRADES 9-12+. 60 min. // South Burlington, VT: The Annenberg/CPB Collection, 1992.
 GVd011 (IN)The Two Coasts of China - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This video traces economic and political issues to their roots in Asia's distant past, focusing on the tension within China between an insular mainland vision and a cosmopolitan coastal vision. // .
 GVd012 (IN)Meiji - Asia's Response to the West - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
During the reign of Emperor Meiji (1868-1912), Japan threw off centuries of tradition to invent a new political and economic system that became a model of development for many nations. // .
 GVd013 (IN)From the Barrel of a Gun - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program examines Asian nationalism by profiling two of Asia's towering political figures: Sukarno, Indonesia's founding father, and Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese revolutionary. // .
 GVd014 (IN)Writers and Revolutionaries - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program tells the stories of Lu Xun, China's greatest modern writer and Kita Ikki, a radical Japanese who preached the gospel of the sword. // .
 GVd015 (IN)Reinventing Japan - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program looks at the relationship between Japan and the United States that emerged after WWII. // .
 GVd016 (IN)Inside Japan, Inc. - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
'Inside Japan' looks at the inner workings of Japan's system of state-guided capitalism, and the international role postwar Japan. // .
 GVd017 (IN)Big Business and the Ghost of Confucius - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program asks how Asia's newly industrialized countries, South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, moved so quickly to the forefront of the world economy in the late 1980s. // .
 GVd018 (IN)The Fight for Democracy - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program looks at the turbulent history of South Korea as a way of examining sharply rising expectations for greater personal political freedom throughout Asia. // .
 GVd019 (IN)Sentimental Imperialists - America in Asia - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This episode looks at attitudes toward Asia from 1776 to 1990, focusing on the Philippines and China. // .
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 GVd021 (IN)Connections - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 5-8. Using a montage of photos, this video shows the connectedness of world cultures, stressing the need to stop seeing American culture as world culture. / 10 min. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1989.
 
Series: The Power of Place: World Regional Geography
The Power of Place series, GV-022~024, features geographic skills and concepts necessary to understand the world of the 1990s. Each segment ends with an analysis by geographer and commentator H. J. de Blij. GRADES 9-12+. 60 min. // South Burlington, VT: The Annenberg/CPB Collection, 1996.
 GVd023 (IN)Urban and Rural Contrasts - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
'Urban and Rural Contrasts' looks at Delhi as a multicultural, rapidly growing city, local farmers reliant on irrigation in Dikhatpura, and issues in southwestern India. 'Life in China's Frontier Cities' looks at the settlement of Lanzhou in northwestern China and the manufacturing industry in Shenyang. // .
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 GVd027 (IN)History of the 20th Century: Communism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Hosted by David Frost, this program charts the rise and fall of communism, from the Russian Revolution in 1917 to the demise of Soviet communism in 1991. It also looks at Mao's China. / 48 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996.
 GVd029 (IN)Nova: The Threat from Japan - The Genius That Was China - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. China and the West came into direct conflict over trade and power in the 19th century. The Chinese sought to obtain Europe's technology while trying to remain Chinese. In Japan, a very different lesson was learned from the West. / 58 min. // Deerfield, IL: Coronet Film and Video, 1990.
 GVd030 (IN)Five Thoughts on Asian Art - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video provides a view of the Seattle Asian Art Museum and examines some of the themes in Asian art. // Seattle, WA: KCTS Television, 1995.
 
Series: On Buddhism
This 3-part series is broken into 70-minute lectures on the Three Jewels of Buddhism. They are intended as an extended discussion of the 3 tenets of Buddhism. GRADES 10-12+. // Robert A. F. Thurman NY, NY: Mystic Fire Video/Tibet House, NY, 1999.
 GVd031 (IN)Part I: The Buddha - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This video focuses on Buddha, the teacher. // .
 GVd032 (IN)Part II: The Dharma - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This DVD is about the teachings of Buddhism. // .
 GVd033 (IN)Part III: The Sangha - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
The community of Buddhism is the focus in this lecture. // .
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 GVd034 (IN)Ancestors in the Americas: Coolies, Sailor, Settlers - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This is the first episode of Ancestors series (see CVd 129). The 'documemoir' explores how and why people from the Philippines, China, and India first arrived on the shores of the Americas and portrays their survival amid harsh conditions, their re-migrations, and their permanent settlement in the New World. / 60 min. // Berkeley, CA: Center for Educational Telecommunications, 1999.
 
Series: Millennium
This 5-volume set presents a thousand years of history in 10 one-hour episodes. Filmed in 28 countries, the series focuses on people, events, and achievements that shaped the world. Teachers guide available online at http://turnerlearning.com/cnn/millennium/index.html. GRADES 7-12+. // Burbank, CA: CNN Productions, Inc., 1999.
 GVd035 (IN)The Eleventh Century: Century of the Sword and The Twelfth Century: Century of the Axe - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
Episode 1 is about the world in AD 1000. China is seen as the most technologically advanced civilization and Japan, though promising, turning in on itself. (Episode 2 does not include East Asia.) // .
 GVd036 (IN)The Thirteenth Century: Century of the Stirrup and The Fourteenth Century: Century of the Scythe - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
Episode 3 features the roles of Genghis Khan and his Mongol horsemen and the Mamelukes, a Muslim dynasty of former slaves. Episode 4, which includes a segment on Indonesia, is about the Black Death and how it caused devastation to great empires and allowed smaller ones to flourish. // .
 GVd037 (IN)The Fifteenth Century: Century of the Sail and The Sixteenth Century: Century of the Compass - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
Episode 5 features China's domination of the seas and great voyages. Episode 6 focuses on expansion of empires and religions, such as the Muslim conquests and Japan's attempt to conquer Korea. // .
 GVd038 (IN)The Seventeenth Century: Century of the Telescope and The Eighteen Century: Century of the Furnace - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
Episode 7 is about the role of the scientist and the advancement of European scientific knowledge over China. Episode 8 explains how revolutionary ideas ignited and transformed society, including China's colonizing new territories to the north and west. // .
 GVd039 (IN)The Nineteenth Century: Century of the Machine and The Twentieth Century: Century of the Globe - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
Episode 9 features industrialization, Darwin's Theory of Evolution, and China's inability to withstand new technology and its humiliation by the Opium Wars. Episode 10 is about world wars, migration of peoples, and the rise of the East: Japan, China, and other Pacific Rim countries. // .
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 GVd040 (IN)The Trials of Telo Rinpoche - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary is on Telo Rinpoche, the religious head of Buddhism in Kalmykia, a southern republic of Russia. He was born in the United States as the son of immigrants and trained as monk by the Dalai Lama. / 49 min. // Berkeley, CA: University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, 1999.
 GVd042 (IN)The World in Claire's Classroom - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-8. This video documents a veteran public school teacher's ways of introducing the world to her students and to teach them to appreciate diversity and work together. // Marlboro, VT: Marlboro Productions, c. 1990.
 GVd043 (IN)A Separate Peace: Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Shintoism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
This program examines the structure and major tenets of these four eastern religious philosophies. / 53 min. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1998.
 GVd044 (IN)The Crucible of the Millennium - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This 3-hour PBS TV series reflects significant themes in world history, focusing on the 15th and 16th centuries, and explores cultural exchange and adaptation. / 2 videos and educational resource guide // Kroyt Brandt Productions New York: American Forum for Global Education, 2001.
 GVd046 (IN)Religions of the World: Confucianism & Taoism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Narrated by Ben Kingsley, this video views the history of the world through the eyes of religion and provides a look at religion's role in creating cultural diversity. / 50 min, teacher's guide included // Television Wynnewood, PA: Schlessinger Media/ Liberty International Entertainment, Inc., 1998.
 GVd047 (IN)Bio-Science Series: Life Cycle of the Silk Moth - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 5-9. This film explains the 4 stages of the moth's development and discusses how silk is used by moths and humans. / 11 min. // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1986.
 
Series: Religions of the World
The videos in this series provide historical overviews and comparative looks at the six major world religions. 50 minutes each. (See also Jvd-378 and Gvd-046.) GRADES 9-12+. // Wynnewood, PA: Schlessinger Media, 1998.
 GVd049 (IN)Buddhism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 GVd050 (IN)Catholicism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 GVd051 (IN)Hinduism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 GVd052 (IN)Islam - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 GVd053 (IN)Judaism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
 GVd054 (IN)Protestantism - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
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 GVd055 (IN)Dark Dynasties: Part I. Bells of the Bronze Age; Part II. Struggle for Angkor - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 8-12+. In central China archaeologists uncover a tomb with more than 7,000 artifacts, including 64 bronze bells that accompany the bones of a lord and his concubines. In Part II, archaeologists try to reclaim the temples of Angkor Wat in a Cambodian jungle. / 51 min. // Iwata, Mary EllenDiscovery Communications, Inc., 1994.
 GVd060 (IN)Bring Asia to Your Classroom…with NBR/Asia - East Asia / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12. This videotape features reports from Asia in 2004 that appeared on Nightly Business Report. Companion lesson plans and background material are available online at www.nbr.com/asia. // Miami: Community Television Foundation of South Florida, Inc., 2004.
 GVf056 (IN)The Unfinished Chess Game - East Asia / Videocassettes (Feature Films)
A go champion of Southern China and a Japanese go-master compete, but the game is interrupted by police and one is thrown in jail. The game is resumed 30 years later after the misunderstanding is finally cleared up. / 138 min. (in Chinese) No English subtitles // Shanghai Film StudioNan Hai Co., Inc., USA, .
 JC001 (IN)Through Japanese Eyes - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This book includes primary and secondary source material on traditional and modern Japanese society. Part 1 begins with a look at contemporary Japan, then examines 17th-century Japan. A section is devoted to Japanese Americans, especially to their experiences in the United States during World War II. // Leon E. Clark and Richard H. Minear, eds. New York: Center for International Training and Education, 1994.
 JC004 (IN)Omiyage - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This resource is designed to introduce students to Japanese language and culture in the 1980s through a series of imaginative experiences. // Chicago: Associates in Multicultural and International Education, 1986.
 JC009 (IN)Introduction to Japanese: Hiragana - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This unit is available in both elementary and secondary school versions (see JC-010). The set includes a pronunciation tape and workbook. // Stanford, CA: Center for Research in International Studies, 1977.
 JC010 (IN)Introduction to Japanese: Hiragana - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. For description, see JC-009. // Stanford, CA: Center for Research in International Studies, 1977.
 JC022 (IN)Images of Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-8. This book is a collection of traditional stories about folklore, dolls, warriors, and history. Each story is accompanied by a Japanese vocabulary list and background notes. // Victoria, BC: Pacific Rim Publishers, 1989.
 JC025 (IN)Japan: A Curriculum Guide to Teaching about Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This 330-page unit has sections on holidays, arts, and language. It contains information on history, government, industry, religion, homes, gardens, sports, and cooking. // Nevada: Washoe County School District, 1984.
 JC026 (IN)Teaching about Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. These units cover calligraphy, spoken Japanese, sumo wrestling, cooking, and origami. // Provo, UT: Asian Outreach, Brigham Young University, 1982.
 JC028 (IN)Three Units on Religion - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This resource contains 3 units: Religion in Japan, Shinto, and Introduction to Zen Buddhism. // Midwest Program for Teaching about Japan Bloomington: Indiana University, 1981.
 JC032 (IN)Folktales of Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This unit familiarizes students with elements of Japanese culture contained in its folktales. // Stanford, CA: Center for Research in International Studies, 1977.
 JC036 (IN)Life in Communities of Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This curriculum focuses on geography, food/clothing/shelter, occupations, culture, transportation, communication, and government in 1980s Japan. // Leonardtown, MD: St. Mary's County Public Schools, 1984.
 JC037 (IN)Introduction to Japan: A Workbook - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. The topics covered in this workbook of the late 1990s include Japan's historical and geographical setting, its social and religious dimensions, issues of interdependence such as trade and defense, and 'speaking, acting, and thinking Japanese.' // Washington, DC: Youth for Understanding International Exchange, 1998.
 JC038 (IN)Perspectives on Japan: A Guide for Teachers - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-12+. This guide gives classroom teachers a 1980s Japanese perspective on a variety of subjects. // Donald O. Schneider and John J. Cogan, eds. Washington, DC: 1983.
 JC042 (IN)Opening Doors: Contemporary Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-12+. The units in this publication, designed in the 1970s, are organized by theme, i.e., contemporary life, aesthetic and religious aspects of life, language, and values. // U.S.-Japan Conference for Cultural and Educational Interchange Education Sub-committeeNorth Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 1979.
 JC043 (IN)Parallel Passages: Contrasting Views from U.S. and Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This book uses information from the Japan-U.S. Textbook Study (see JRG-018). Passages from each country are contrasted with excerpts from the other to assist students in analyzing views from multiple perspectives. // Indiana University, Laboratory for Educational Development, c. 1982.
 JC048 (IN)Traditional Arts and Culture - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-9. This unit helps students create original patterns using Japanese motifs, perform original drama presentations, use movement and pantomime based on sumo wrestling, and enact popular Japanese folktales using readers' theater techniques. // Seattle: University of Washington East Asia Resource Center, 1987.
 JC056 (IN)Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This book and study guide consist of a novel about Sadako Sasaki, an 11-year-old attacked by leukemia as a result of exposure to the atomic bomb, and related lessons. // Learning Links, 1984.
 JC057 (IN)The Big Wave - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. This book and study guide combination is similar in format to JC-056. // Learning Links, 1982.
 JC058 (IN)Japan in the Classroom: Elementary and Secondary Activities - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. The book's classroom activities are organized into 3 sections and relate to Japan of the early 1990s: Society and Culture; Language, Literature, and Art; and Economic and Geopolitical Relations. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1993.
 JC059 (IN)Japan: Geography, Cuisine, and Culture - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This unit from the mid 1980s contains 4 introductory modules on geography, foods, the kitchen, and culture. // New Haven: Yale University East Asian Outreach Program, 1985.
 JC062 (IN)Judgment: A Simulation of President Truman Facing Trial for his Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. With this unit students play the roles of members of an international tribunal, prosecution and defense counsels, witnesses for both sides, and President Truman. // Lakeside, CA: Interact, 1977.
 JC064 (IN)Japanese Now (vol. 1) - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This language unit comes with teacher's manual and exercise sheets. // Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1982.
 JC066 (IN)The Festivals/The Drama of Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-8. With this unit a class can create a Japanese festival with a Kabuki play. Related activities include the study of Japanese writing, holidays, and customs, as well as the design of masks, costumes, and decorations. // East Windson Hill, CT: Synergetics, 1988.
 JC068 (IN)A Look at Japanese Culture through the Family: A Case Study Activity - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 1-12+. This unit presents 33 case studies of Japanese family life collected by teachers who visited Japan in 1988. Students may use them to make hypotheses about the traditions, social institutions, and values of Japanese people of that time period. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1988.
 JC074 (IN)Stepping Stones: Teaching about Japan in Elementary Grades - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. The lessons in this unit from the 1970s are entitled Motivational Activities, Land and People, Hands-On Experiences, Economic Interdependence, Culture and Customs, and Perceptions of the Past. // Japan Alumni of CaliforniaU.S.-Japan Education Group, 1980.
 JC077 (IN)Japan Emerges - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. Part of a series of textbooks on Asia, this illustrated volume provides an introduction to Japan of the late 1980s that focuses on its history, from ancient to modern times. // Colchester, VT: Diablo Press, 1990.
 JC078 (IN)Japan: Opposing Viewpoints - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This book considers many issues of the 1980s such as, Is Japan a world power? Is Japan an internally troubled society? // San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 1989.
 JC080 (IN)Central Themes for a Unit on Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This short unit describes 6 themes that are important in Japanese culture and in Japan's relationship with the world in the 1980s. // New York, NY: Columbia University, 1989.
 JC082 (IN)Lesson Plans on Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. Thirty lessons are suggested using activities in 'Contemporary Japan: A Teaching Workbook' (JC-002) now available at http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/. They provide activities for geography, social studies, language, history, economics, and more. // East Asian Curriculum Project New York: Columbia University, 1989.
 JC083 (IN)Hurrah for Crow Boy - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-6. These storybook notes about the book, 'Crow Boy' by Taro Yashima, discuss the traditional Japanese setting and offer background notes and activities. // Wakan, NaomiPacific Rim Publishers, 1992.
 JC085 (IN)U.S.-Japan Relations: The View from both Sides of the Pacific. Part I, Episodes in the History of U.S. Japan Relations: Case Studies of Conflict, Conflict Management, and Resolution - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. The unit on the history of U.S.-Japan relations features case studies. Lessons cover early contacts, Japanese immigration to the U.S., Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima, the American occupation of Japan, and the 50th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. See also part II, JC-101, and part III, JC-103. / includes 15 slides // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1993.
 JC086 (IN)Teenage Tokyo: The Story of Four Japanese Junior High School Students - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-8. This comic book was created by an American and Japanese team of educators, writers, and artists. It was designed to help students better understand how life in Japan during the 1980s was both similar to and different from life in the United States. // Boston Children's Museum and The Japan Forum, 1992.
 JC090 (IN)The Constitution and Individual Rights in Japan: Lessons for Middle and High School Students - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This unit enhances the understanding of American learners about constitutional developments and individual rights in Japan in the early 1990s, and addresses constitutionalism in Japan and the United States. // Bloomington, IN: ERIC and the National Clearinghouse for United States-Japan Studies, 1992.
 JC091 (IN)Japan and the Pacific Rim - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. Part of the Global Studies Series, this unit provides a foundation of information (geographic, cultural, economic, political, historical, artistic, and religious) that allows readers to better understand the problems of this region in the late 1980s. // Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group, 1991.
 JC092 (IN)Japan-U.S. Relations: A Cross-Cultural Perspective - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This Newsweek News Source was designed to help students understand the historical context of Japan-U.S. relations in the early 1990s. // New York: Newsweek, 1993.
 JC094 (IN)The Internment Experience: Primary Documents (from the FDR Library) - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. The documents in this unit relate to the internment of Japanese Americans. They include memos between Roosevelt and government officials, the Executive Order concerning internment, and anti-Japanese posters and song lyrics. // Hyde Park, NY: The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library, various dates.
 JC095 (IN)Newsweek Focus: The Legacy of World War II - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit helps students understand the historical context of and historical influences on Japan-U.S. relations in the 1980s. // Newsweek Social Studies Program New York: Newsweek, 1989.
 JC096 (IN)Internment of Japanese Americans - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This package of primary documents is designed to introduce students to the vast resources available through the National Archives. // Education Branch, National Archives and Records Administration Office of Public Programs Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing, undated.
 JC097 (IN)Japanese-American Internment - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This portfolio chronicles the internment through primary documents and photos, and in 6 Broadsheet essays on the history of Japanese in America. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 1993.
 JC100 (IN)Symbolism in Japanese Language and Culture - Japan / Curriculum Units
SPICE curriculum unit The theme of all of the lessons in this unit is the symbolism in Japanese language and culture. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing are used and emphasized in the program. 2 copies. / map, curriculum unit, video, artifact, slides // SPICE Curriculum Unit Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 1991.
 JC101 (IN)U.S.-Japan Relations: The View from both Sides of the Pacific. Part II, The Media in U.S.-Japan Relations: A Look at Stereotypes - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This unit helps students distinguish fact from opinion, identify point of view, understand bias, and recognize multiple perspectives. Slides and Hollywood movie photos accompany the unit. Also see part I, JC-085, and part III, JC-103. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1994.
 JC102 (IN)Japan: Images and Words - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit (4 posters, 6 slides, 8 photos, and a book) was designed to inspire creative expression through an appreciation for Japanese art. // Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1994.
 JC103 (IN)U.S.-Japan Relations: The View from both Sides of the Pacific: Part III, Introduction to International Trade with a Focus on U.S.-Japan Economic Relations - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit acquaints students with basic concepts underlying international trade, using the U.S.-Japan relationship as its focus. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1994.
 JC105 (IN)Warlords of Japan: A Simulation of the Shogun History of Feudal Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-8. The activities in this unit span 10 days and include math, reading and writing, art, geography, history, and spelling lessons, with an emphasis on cooperative learning. // Lakeside, CA: Interaction Publishers, 1990.
 JC106 (IN)Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art from WWII - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This collection of advertisements from WW II is based on an art exhibit held in Washington, DC in 1994-1995. // Washington, DC: National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1994.
 JC107 (OUT)Japan Surrenders 1945 - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This packet provides documentation of the surrender of Japan to the United States in 1945. // Washington, DC: National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1989.
 JC108 (IN)Tokugawa Japan: The Great Peace and the Development of Urban Society - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. The unit describes Japan from 1603 to 1868. The lessons use art, poetry, and government documents to explore Confucianism, Tokugawa political ideology, class structure, and various art forms as reflections of social and economic change. / slides and text // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1995.
 JC109 (IN)Meiji Japan: The Dynamics of Change - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. The rapid social, economic, and political changes that followed Tokugawa have been referred to as the 'Meiji Miracle.' In this curriculum unit, students explore the many aspects of change in art and literature that reflected and molded the transformation. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1995.
 JC110 (IN)Imperial Japan: Expansion and War - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit focuses on Japan's expansion into Asia and the Pacific during the first half of the 20th century. Four lessons use art and literature to explore issues surrounding empire, patriotism, dissent, and the social scene. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1995.
 JC111 (IN)December 7, 1941: The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This packet comprises many primary documents related to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, 1941. // Hyde Park, NY: The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library Education Laboratory, various dates.
 JC112 (IN)Japanese through Images - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-12+. This unit is made up of a large collection of pictures illustrating Japanese vocabulary. / (No English) // Japan: Bonjinsha, 1989.
 JC114 (IN)Ending the War against Japan: Science, Morality, and the Atomic Bomb - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This unit engages students in the political, military, and ethical questions that entered into decisions facing democratic societies at war. // Providence: Choices for the 21st Century Education Project, Brown University, 1995.
 JC115 (IN)Teaching about Law and Cultures: Japan, Southeast Asia (Hmong), and Mexico - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. These interactive units explore actual cases in relation to the Bill of Rights and the cultural practices of American immigrants in the 1980s. // Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium, 1992.
 JC116 (IN)Tora no Maki I: Lessons for Teaching about Contemporary Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. These lesson plans developed by the 1995 Keizai Koho Center Fellows attempt to provide accurate content based upon fact-finding and firsthand observation. See also JC-124, 'Tora no Maki II.' // Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies, 1996.
 JC117 (IN)Teaching about Japan: Lessons and Resources - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. These lessons illustrate the ways in which American teachers in the early 1990s weave information about Japan into classes across the curriculum. // Bloomington, IN: ERIC Clearinghouse and the National Clearinghouse for United States-Japan Studies, 1996.
 JC119 (IN)After Japan's Earth Shook: Citizenship in a Time of Crisis - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. This unit includes essays and a video, 'Never Give Up, Never Give In: A Chronicle of Parents, Children and Teachers in the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake,' produced by the Kobe City P.T.A, 1995. // Seattle: University of Washington East Asia Center, 1996.
 JC120 (IN)Windows to the World: Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. These materials are intended as curriculum suggestions to supplement a complete unit on Japan. / 30-min. video included // London: The Learning Division, IVN Communications, 1995.
 JC124 (IN)Tora no Maki II: Lessons for Teaching about Contemporary Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This book is a product of the 1996 Keizai Koho Center study tour of Japan, which was based on the theme 'The Japanese People in the World Today.' // Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies, 1997.
 JC125 (IN)Japan and the Pacific Rim, 4th Edition - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. Included in this edition are background essays and important statistics for Japan and each of the countries that make up the Pacific Rim. Also included are articles from period newspapers and magazines from around the world. // Guilford, CT: Dushkin-McGraw Hill, 1997.
 JC126 (IN)Japanese Art, Architecture, and Cuisine - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. The unit includes 5 orientation lessons as well as cultural exploration and follow-up components. Each lesson provides a different point of entry into a deeper understanding of Japan in the 1990s. // Atlanta, IL: The Laurasian Institution, 1998.
 JC127 (IN)Spring Blossoms, Autumn Moons: Japanese Art for the Classroom - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. This multidisciplinary unit is intended to help students move beyond passively looking at a painting of bamboo and poppies to thinking about how awareness of nature is recognized through art in Japanese culture. Curriculum unit includes text, slides, and cassette. // Seattle Art Museum, 1992.
 JC128 (IN)Tora no Maki III: Lessons for Teaching about Contemporary Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This completes the trilogy of lessons developed by Keizai Koho Center Fellows. The content focus includes 4 of the 10 themes from the NCSS Curriculum Standards for Social Studies. // National Council for the Social Studies Washington, DC: NCSS Publications, 1998.
 JC129 (IN)Samurai Sisters: Early Feudal Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-9. A story recounts the adventures of two Japanese samurai sisters on the verge of adulthood who are living during a feudal age of civil strife. // Berkeley: Women in World History Curriculum, 1991.
 JC130 (IN)The Atomic Bomb - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit chronicles the story that ended in the skies over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Through primary sources from the Truman Library, it raises the question of whether the United States was justified in using the atomic bomb in 1945. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 1996.
 JC131 (IN)Old Japan: The Hands-on Approach to History - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-6. This book explores the culture of traditional Japan from 790 to 1868 and includes instructions for activities relevant to each section. // New York: Thomson Learning, 1995.
 JC132 (IN)StarFestival - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This CD-ROM is an interactive novel and documentary in which Shigeru Miyagawa rediscovers his Japanese homeland after a 30-year absence. This curriculum package includes a diary, field notes, student workbooks for grades 3-6 and 7-9, and a K-12 teacher's guide. // Cambridge, MA: StarFestival, 2000.
 JC133 (IN)Nippon Nyumon: An Idea Book for Teaching Japanese Economic Topics - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES K-12+. This is a sourcebook for teaching Japanese economic topics of the 1990s. Produced as part of the 1998 Keizai Koho Center Fellowships program. It includes lessons such as 'Contemporary Women of Japan' and 'Grocery Carts: A World Apart.' // National Clearinghouse for US-Japan Studies, 1998.
 JC135 (OUT)The Samurai: Those Who Serve - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-8. This unit introduces feudal Japan by considering the role of samurai and the code of honor by which they carried out their select function. // Los Angeles: California History-Social Science Project, 1994.
 JC136 (IN)Japanese Migration and the Americas - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit introduces the study of migration, examining the patterns from Japan to North and South America. / Cassette tape included // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 1999.
 JC137 (IN)The Social Fabric of Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. Japan is widely seen as a homogeneous country. This unit explores Japan's minorities and their identity issues in Japanese society. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2000.
 JC138 (IN)Hiroshima: Perspectives on the Atomic Bombing - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This module has students analyze both U.S. and Japanese perspectives of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. / 46 slides // Stanford Program on International and Cross- Cultural Education, 2000.
 JC139 (IN)Japanese Radio Exercises - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit introduces students to a form of exercise in Japan and explains the cultural and historical context in which these exercises were developed. Book and DVD. / Curriculum unit with video // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1996.
 JC142 (IN)The Day We Dropped the Bomb - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 8-12+. This resource booklet includes lesson plans and reproducible student activity assignments on 'The Pacific War,' 'The Manhattan Project,' 'Ground Zero,' and 'The Bomb and the Future.' // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 2000.
 JC143 (IN)The Rise of Modern Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This unit includes a history text, teacher's manual, and compact disc of musical selections. The text, focusing on key aspects of Japan's history and culture from 1600 to the present, also offers maps, timelines, archival photos, charts, and songs. // Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2003.
 JC144 (IN)Clan, Emperor, Shogun: Japan in the Middle Ages - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. This teacher's resource booklet includes lesson plans, reproducible student activity assignments, and 12 transparencies. // Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith, Inc., 2003.
 JC146 (IN)Civil Rights and Japanese-American Internment - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This curriculum unit has 6 lessons focusing on civil rights issues in the context of the Japanese-American experience during WWII. / Text, CD, 3 books, 3 videotapes, and 15 large photographs // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2001.
 JC147 (IN)Japan Basics: A Handbook for Students - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-9. This resource offers U.S.-Japan comparison data, a timeline of Japanese history, as well as brief information on the geography, religion, literature, and government of Japan. // Philadelphia, PA: World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, 2002.
 JC148 (IN)Boyle Heights: The Power of Place - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 4-12. This teacher guide contains tools and resources to investigate community history, focusing on a culturally diverse Los Angeles neighborhood. // Los Angeles, CA: Japanese American National Museum, 2002.
 JC149 (IN)Diamonds in the Rough: The Legacy of Japanese-American Baseball - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This curriculum unit includes a biography on DVD of Kenichi Zenimura, 'The Father of Japanese-American Baseball,' a book entitled 'Through a Diamond: 100 Years of Japanese American Baseball,' 3 transparencies, and a teacher's guide. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2004.
 JC151 (IN)Make it Work! Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 3-6. This hands-on approach to history focuses on what the day-to-day life in Japan was like in the past and what it was like in the late 1990s, the lifestyle of the nobles at the imperial court, and the rise to power of the samurai and shoguns. // Princeton, NJ: Two-Can Publishing LLC, 2001.
 JC153 (IN)Snapshots from Japan: The Lives of Seven Japanese High School Students - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-9. These lessons for middle/junior high school cover a variety of topics, such as Japanese society, education, geography, the environment, diet, and more. The CDs include video messages and scenes from the lives of the 7 Deai students and data files of the photographs. (See JK-052.) / Text and 2 CDs // New York: Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, 2004.
 
Series: Asian Arts & Crafts for Creative Kids
The hands-on projects in this series are designed to provide readers age 7-12 with a fun and educational introduction to traditional Asian arts and crafts. // Boston, MA: Tuttle Publishing, .
 JC154 (IN)Ikebana - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 2-7. Step-by-step instructions show how to create flower arrangements through the traditional Japanese art of flower arranging. // 2004.
 JC155 (IN)Haiku - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 2-7. Children learn to express themselves by writing poetry in the Japanese tradition. // 2003.
 JC156 (IN)Tea Ceremony - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 2-7. Explores the Japanese tradition of sharing tea, including a brief history and how to perform the tea ceremony. // 2005.
 JC157 (IN)Origami - Japan / Curriculum Units
Using the Japanese art of origami, students learn to create secret boxes, good-luck animals, and paper charms. // 2003.
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 JC158 (IN)An Introduction to Japanese Buddhist Art - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 6-12+. This unit offers 4 lessons providing a brief overview of the history of Buddhism and an introduction to Japanese Buddhism and Japanese Buddhist artwork. In addition to the text, there are a CD and a Daruma Doll. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2004.
 JC159 (OUT)The Portsmouth Peace Process - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This guide helps students understand the Russo-Japanese War and the Peace Treaty of Portsmouth. The text is accompanied by a CD-ROM and an activity book. A catalog on the special exhibition 'An Uncommon Commitment to Peace' presented by the Japan-America Society of New Hampshire is included in this resource. // Amherst, NH: Northeast Cultural Coop, 2005.
 JC160 (IN)A Lesson in American History: The Japanese American Experience - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This guide addresses the role of propaganda and emotional arguments during crises and raises questions about democratic values and constitutional law with regard to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. / Text, CD, 2 booklets // San Francisco: Japanese American Citizens League, 2004.
 JC161 (IN)Japanese Art in the Edo Period - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12+. This unit focuses on the historical events that led to the reunification of Japan and the forces that influenced the art of the Edo period. Works of Edo period art are discussed and analyzed. // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2005.
 JC162 (IN)World War II: Atomic Bomb - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This unit addresses the question of whether the United States was justified in using the atomic bomb to end World War II. / Historical documents, reproducible student activities with response key // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2005.
 JC163 (IN)Rise of the Shogun: Life in Medieval Japan - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-8. This issue of Calliope features sections on Kamakura Shogunate, Buddhism, the Golden Pavilion Temple, Japanese gardens, the No Theater, and more. // Peru, IL: Carus Publishing Company, 2006.
 JC164 (IN)Tea and the Japanese Tradition of Chanoyu - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-10. This unit teaches students about the tea plant, the history of tea, and the role of tea in different cultures, particularly, the Japanese tradition of chanoyu. / Text and DVD // Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2005.
 JC165 (IN)Through Japanese Eyes - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 7-12+. This resource includes primary and secondary source material on traditional and modern Japanese society. It takes a look at contemporary Japan, 17th-century Japan, Japanese Americans, the war years, as well as other topics. / 4th revised and expanded edition // Richard H. Minear, ed. New York: Center for International Training and Education, 2008.
 JC166 (IN)Wings of Defeat - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary presents testimony from elderly Japanese who as young men were prepared to die as Kamikaze, as well as an interview with John W. Dower. The DVD is accompanied by a teacher's guide offering quizzes, activities, and more. [DVD missing; companion book only] / 89 min // Edgewood Pictures, Inc. and SPICE, 2007/2008.
 JC167 (IN)Examining Long-Term Radiation Effects - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 5-12. This unit includes case studies of the atomic bombings of Japan and the Chernobyl power plant thermal explosion // Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE), 2008.
 JC168 (IN)Early Encounters: The First Japanese Embassy to the United States, 1860 - Japan / Curriculum Units
GRADES 9-12. Students learn the meaning of the terms 'embassy' and 'treaty' and learn about the significance of the first Japanese embassy to the United States. // Developed by Gary Mukai, Director, and Jenna Teruya, Intern Stanford, CA: Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, 2010.
 JDd001 (IN)150 Years of US-Japan Relations: Past, Present, and Future - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
This documentary is in 2 parts. 'Promoting Friendship' reviews Perry's journey to Japan, the Iwakura mission, student exchange, and other topics. 'Strengthening the Partnership' looks at culture, the economy, Japan's stance on Iraq, and other issues. // Government of Japan, Japan Center for Intercultural Communications, c. 2003.
 JDd002 (IN)The Secret World of Geishas - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This DVD offers a behind-the-scenes look at the geisha world and provides some Japanese cultural context. It features commentary by British historian Lesley Downer, who lived among geisha for a decade. Also see JVd-325 'The Secret Life of Geisha.' / 50 min. // Bremond, Olivier and Pascal BretonDiscovery Channel, 2002.
 JDd003 (OUT)The Meiji Period (1868-1912) - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program focuses on the rule of a 15-year-old emperor, during which time Edo became Tokyo, interest in education increased dramatically, and the Japanese learned colonialism. (VHS version: JVd-408) / 52 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2002.
 JDd004 (IN)Japan's Killer Quake - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
DVD, Nova, PBS copyright 2011. // Richard Burke-Ward, Robert StrangePioneer Television Productions, Ltd & WGBH for PBS, .
 JDd005 (IN)Tadaima: Burlington Taiko - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
3 performances of the group Burlington Taiko, Japanese drumming from Burlington, VT. // .
 JDd009 (IN)Hiroshima - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary covers the events in the final months of World War II, going back and forth among President Truman, Prime Minister Churchill, and Emperor Hirohito. / 165 min. // Canada Inc. dba Hiroshima Production, Daiei co. Ltd., and Jaffa Road 1995.
 JDd010 (IN)Water: The Lifeblood of Kyoto - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This program illustrates how Kyoto's spring water has been integrated into the flow of the city's culture and industry. / 53 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd011 (IN)Japanese Architectural Design: East Meets West - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. This program focuses on the evolution of Japanese architecture from the late 19th century up to WWII. / 46 min // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd012 (IN)Zero Project #B11-124 - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 6-13+. This DVD presents a project of Japanese artist Nakahashi Katsushige, whose work appeared in “Confronting Tradition: Contemporary Art from Kyoto,” a 2004 exhibition at the Smith College Museum of Art. The DVD shows Mr. Nakahashi’s creating a replica of Zero fighter aircraft for an exhibition in Australia and the burning of the plane by members of the community. An accompanying booklet provides additional information on the project. // Zero Project Committee, 2004.
 JDd013 (HOLD)Haiku: In Basho's Footsteps - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. Haiku enthusiasts from around the world follow in the footsteps of poet Matsuo Basho, visiting the places where Basho himself found inspiration. / 45 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd015 (IN)Spirits of the State: Japan's Yasukuni Shrine - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. The Yasukuni shrine honors the spirits of Japan's military dead.This program explores the history of the Shinto shrine and the controversies that arise when political leaders appear there. (See also JVd-411, VHS format) / 28 min. // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd017 (IN)Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 3-12+. Set in 1955, this is the true story of a young Japanese girl who developed leukemia from radiation caused by the bombing of Hiroshima. (See VHS version: JVd-200.) / 30 min. // Santa Cruz, CA: Informed Democracy, 1991.
 JDd018 (IN)Time of Fear - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. Using home movies and interviews, this film tells the story of the Japanese Americans who were sent to relocation camps in southeast Arkansas during World War II and the reaction of the native Arkansans. / 60 min. // University of Arkansas, 2004.
 JDd019 (IN)Victory in the Pacific - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. From the U.S. capture of the Mariana Islands through the firebombing of Tokyo and the dropping of the atomic bomb, this film chronicles the loss of life and the decisions made by both American and Japanese leaders that finally ended World War II. / 120 min. // Boston: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2005.
 JDd024 (IN)The Samurai - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 7-12+. This film provides a journey into Japan's history in which Samurai culture became the core of Japanese values. It illustrates the Samurai's martial traditions and its ties to the principles of Zen. / 52 min. // New York: Filmakers Library, 2003.
 JDd026 (IN)Tokyo: The Neon City - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program is part of the 'Global Cities: Immigration and the World Economy' series. It examines the immigration situation in Tokyo and includes commentary from members of Japanese society. / 26 min // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd027 (IN)The Art of Moku Hanga - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This DVD is about Japanese woodblock printmaking. It includes the use and transfer of keylines, preparation of wood plates, what tools are needed, methods of carving, and also shows how paper is made in Japan. // Canada: Graham Scholes, 2006.
 JDd028 (IN)Unit 731: Did Emperor Hirohito Know? - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 10-12+. Among the many atrocities committed during World War II were the germ warfare experiments by Japanese doctors. The germ warfare unit (Unit 731) was set up in Manchuria and allegedly had imperial approval. / 52 min // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2006.
 JDd030 (IN)Barefoot Gen (The Movies 1 & 2) - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. Based on the manga 'Barefoot Gen' by Keiji Nakazawa, this animated movie is about the bombing of Hiroshima as seen through the eyes of a young boy. / 170 min. English sub-titles // Geneon Entertainment (USA) Inc., 2006.
 JDd031 (IN)Kokoyakyu (High School Baseball) - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12. This documentary on high school baseball focuses on 2 schools in Japan trying to make it to the National Championships. / 54 min. // Alex Shear 2006: Projectile Arts, Inc., .
 JDd032 (IN)Preaching from Pictures: A Japanese Mandala - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This interactive DVD includes a 37-minute tour of the Mandala, background information, discussions, and additional images. It is based on a film created by the National Museum of Japanese History. // Asian Educational Media Service, 2006.
 JDd033 (IN)Iwo Jima: 36 Days of Hell - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 11-12+. This documentary features color footage shot by Marine Corps cameramen and veteran interviews that tell the story of the battle for Iwo Jima through the eyes of those who lived through it. / 3 disks/5 hrs. 51 min. // Eugene, OR: Timeless Media Group, 2006.
 JDd034 (IN)Heroes of Iwo Jima - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 11-12+. This documentary looks at the WWII battle through the lenses of two photographers and includes interviews of approximately 50 people. / 90 min // Arnold Shapiro Productions for A&E Television Networks, 2001.
 JDd038 (IN)The Story of Sumo - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 7-12+. This documentary follows the festive preparations for a sumo wrestling tournament in Tokyo, showing Sumo as a sport, a ceremony, and an art. / 40 min // Tokyo: NHK Joho Network and Tokyo Video Center, 2000.
 JDd039 (IN)Big Bird in Japan - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES K-3. While searching for the true identity of a new friend, Big Bird explores some of Japan's famous sights, meets a Japanese family, and learns some Japanese words and customs. // New York: Sesame Workshop, 2004.
 JDd040 (OUT)Soul of the Samurai - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary offers an overview of samurai tradition, history, and cultural significance. / 46 min. // Michael Zomber, dir. New York: The Cinema Guild, Inc., 2005.
 JDd041 (OUT)Samurai Japan - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program discusses the influence the samurai had on Japan's institutions and history, including the role of women in political alliances. It also addresses Japan's shift from feudalism to a bureaucratic and cosmopolitan society. // Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
 JDd043 (IN)The Children of Nagasaki - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. This program focuses on the development of the atomic bomb, the bombing in Nagasaki, the testimony by survivors, and the reconstruction of Nagasaki. // Japan: undated.
 JDd046 (IN)On Another Playground: Japanese Popular Culture in America - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 8-12+. A conference at Doshisha University in Kyoto explored recent trends in the spread of things Japanese into everyday life in the United States. This DVD includes 3 case studies presented at the conference by American anthropologists.Topics are sushi, baseball, and Hello Kitty. // Kyoto, Japan: Doshisha University/Asian Educational Media Service, c. 2007.
 JDd049 (IN)Passing Poston: An American Story - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
GRADES 9-12+. Personal stories and archival footage tell the story of how Japanese internees were used by the U.S. government to help develop an impoverished Native American reservation. / 105 min, incl extras // Joe Fox and James Nubile, dirs.Fly on the Wall Productions, 2008.
 JDd050 (IN)Conversations in Mizusawa - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
 JDd051 (IN)More about Mizusawa - Japan / DVDs (Documentaries)
 JDf004 (IN)Kyokanoko Musume Dojoji (Kabuki Dance) - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Musume Dojoji (Maiden at Dojoji) is a dance play (shosagoto) based on the legend of a woman who fell in love with a priest who did not fulfill the promise she thought he made to her. This kabuki dance is about the return of her spirit. / 70 min. With English commentary. // Japan: Shochiku Co., Ltd., 2003.
 JDf005 (IN)Lost in Translation - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Shot entirely on location in Japan, this feature film is about two Americans in Tokyo, one a movie star and the other accompanying her workaholic photographer husband. They become friends and venture out into the city together. (VHS version: JVf-403) / 1 hr 42 min. // Sofia Coppola, dir. Japan: Universal Studios, 2003.
 JDf006 (IN)Japanese Story - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Hoping to strike up a business deal, an Australian geologist takes a Japanese businessman on a field trip in western Australia's Philbara desert. The film is a cross-cultural journey, as well as a drama and love story. (VHS version: JVf-406) / 100 mins. // Sue Brooks, dir. 2003: Samuel Goldwyn Films, .
 JDf007 (OUT)The Last Samurai - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. An American Civil War hero goes to Japan to fight the Samurai and ends up pledging himself to their cause. (VHS version: JVf-407) / 154 min. // Edward Zwick, dir.Warner Bros., 2004.
 JDf008 (IN)Tokyo Story - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. An aging couple journeys from their rural village to visit their two married children in postwar Tokyo. Generational conflict is the focus of this film. (VHS version: JVf-100) / English subtitle translation // Yasujiro Ozu, dir.Shochiku Co., Ltd./The Criterion Collection, 1953/2003.
 JDf016 (IN)The Yakuza Papers - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 10-12+. This 5-feature series, based on a gang boss' memoirs, begins with the story of a gang leader in postwar Hiroshima and continues through the early 1970s, revealing the violent activities of the Yakuza . Each disc is approximately 100 min. A 6th disc contains interviews and other special features offering a variety of historical material. / English subtitles // Toei Company, Ltd./Public Media, Inc., 1974/2004.
 JDf020 (IN)Spirited Away - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 5-8. This animated film is a fantasy about a young girl trapped in a strange new world of spirits. The 2-disc set also includes the Japanese television special about the making of the film, and other bonus features. / 125 min. // Walt Disney Studios/ Studio Ghibli, 2001.
 JDf021 (IN)Grave of the Fireflies - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 5-8. This animated tale is based on the novel by Akiyuki Nosaka. It tells the story of a 14-year-old boy and his 4-year-old sister who became orphans during World War II. (VHS version: JVf-177) / 88 min. English and Japanese with English Subtitles // Akiyuki Nosaka/Sinchonsha Co. New York: Central Park Video, 1998.
 JDf022 (IN)Ikiru - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. Told he has only a short time to live, a bureaucrat at first reacts with a drunken spree, only to realize that only through unselfishness can he redeem his otherwise wasted life. (VHS version: JVf-049) This DVD version also includes a documentary featuring interviews with the director. / 143 min. Japanese with optional English subtitles // Akira Kurosawa, dir.Toho Company , Ltd., 1952.
 JDf029 (IN)Gojira (Godzilla) - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 8-12+. This 2-DVD set contains the original Japanese-language version of Ishiro Honda's 'Gojira.' Reawakened from a long sleep by an H-bomb test, the behemoth seeks revenge on the civilized world, turning Tokyo into a wasteland. Also included is the U.S. release of 'Godzilla, King of the Monsters.' / English sub-titles // Toho Co., Ltd., 1954.
 JDf036 (IN)Picture Bride - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This film portrays the life of a young woman who at the death of her parents is sent overseas from Japan to Hawaii in a 19th-century arranged marriage. (VHS version JVf-297) / 95 min. // Kayo Hatta, dir. Prod. Lisa Onodera and Diane Mei Lin Mark Burbank, CA: Buena Vista, c. 1990.
 JDf037 (IN)Castle in the Sky - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 6-12+. An engineer's apprentice and a young girl search for the legendary floating castle and try to unravel the mystery of the crystal around her neck. / 125 min. // Hayao Miyazaki, dir, Nibariki/Tokuma Shoten Burbank, CA: Buena Vista, 1986.
 JDf044 (IN)Porco Rosso - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12. This action-adventure from animator Hayao Miyazaki is about a WWI flying ace whose face has been transformed into a pig by a mysterious spell. / 2-disc set // Hayao Miyazaki, dir.A Studio Ghibli Film, 1992.
 JDf045 (IN)Grave of the Fireflies - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 5-8. This animated tale is based on the novel by Akiyuki Nosaka. It tells the story of a 14-year-old boy and his 4-year-old sister who became orphans during World War II. / English version // Akiyuki Nosaka/Sinchonsha Co. New York: Central Park Media Corporation, 1992/1998.
 JDf047 (IN)Train Man - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 9-12+. This romantic comedy is based on true events that took place on a bulletin board website in Japan. A computer engineer saves a woman on a commuter train from a molester and then seeks out dating advice. / 105 min. English subtitles // Murakami Shosuke, dirVIZ Pictures, Inc., 2005.
 JDf048 (IN)The Taste of Tea - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
GRADES 7-12+. This comedy is about the Harunos, an unconventional but happy family living in a small mountain town outside Tokyo. / 143 min. English subtitles // Katsuhito Ishii, dir.VIZ Pictures, Inc., 2004.
 JDf049 (IN)Emperor - Japan / DVDs (Feature Films)
Emperor, inspired by true events Japan 1945: General Douglas MacArthur (Tommy Lee Jones) accepted a mission to decide the fate of a nation, with special features. 106 minutes. // Krasnoff Foster EntertainmentUnited Performers Studio, 2012.
 JK001 (IN)Japan: Elementary School Project Aids (traditional) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-7. This kit contains 3 kimono (cotton), 1 obi sash (pink), 2 cotton ties (for kimono), 2 pairs of geta, 1 pair of tabi (socks), 2 furoshiki (square carrying cloths), 3 pairs of chopsticks, 1 daruma doll, 1 koinobori (carp streamer), 1 text (copy), 1 origami kit, 1 bamboo fan, 1 hachimaki (headband worn for perseverance or effort) [updated 2011] // Tokyo: International Society for Educational Information, 1987.
 JK002 (IN)Sadako's Paper Cranes and the Lessons of Peace - Japan / Kits
Sadako's Paper Cranes and the Lessons of Peace SPICE curriculum unit Kamishibai / Sadako's Paper Cranes and the Lessons of Peace // Naomi Funahashi / SPICE curriculum unit Stanford, CA: Stanford University, 2009.
 JK003 (IN)Kintaro's Adventures: Picture Plays for Kindergarten - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-6. Like many other kamishibai, this picture play of Japan contains a set of 20 full-color illustrated panels, each about 13' x 10.' The text is printed on the reverse side of the panel, so that the storyteller can read it while each panel is on view. The drawings of 'Kintaro's Adventures,' especially those of the animals, reflect the flavor of a genuine Japanese folktale. // Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle Co., undated.
 JK005 (IN)A Child's Life in Japan: An Elementary Unit with Artifacts - Japan / Kits
GRADES 1-5. This kit contains a wide array of objects to help students imagine what it would be like to live in Japan. A lunch box with chopsticks, chopsticks in a case, a book of paper dolls, superheroes coloring book, ultraman action figure, yugi-o cards, watercolor set in blue carrying case, slides, a backpack, a pink kimono with a sash and geta for a girl (L), a blue kimono with shorts and geta for a boy (L), a kokeshi doll, blood type B pen, heart-shaped lock, orange in stamp kit, white eraser (relax), pink key chain attachment, horoscope key chain (bear), memo pad, 2 romaji karuta (game with cards), painting book (Old Japanese Tales), 2 greeting cards for first graders, and a booklet: Elementary School Children in Japan. Items are included from both lower and upper elementary grades. Plus textbooks: first grade language and art, 2nd grade arithmetic, 3rd grade arithmetic and social science, 4rth grade calligraphy and 2nd semester science, 4rth grade art, 5th grade science, social science, and arithmetic, 4rth through 6th grade map book, and history (Japanese/English). See also JK-050 (Middle School Kit). [updated 2011] // Northampton, MA: Five College Center for East Asian Studies, 2002.
 JK009 (IN)Calligraphy Sets - Japan / Kits
GRADES 1-12+. A single kit or a classroom set of 25 kits may be borrowed. Each kit contains the material needed for Japanese calligraphy work (brushes, inkstick, inkstone, water droppers, water well, paperweights, felt, and brush rests) in a convenient carrying case. (See also JOR-022, the poster that illustrates these tools). A single set can easily be shipped upon request. A classroom set must be picked up and returned. // .
 JK012 (IN)Hinamatsuri Dolls - Japan / Kits
Ornament Dolls for Japanese Doll Festival 3 boxes with dolls and platform plus guide for set up and break down. // a Gift to Round the World Women from Akiyo Obara Tokyo and Mishima: .
 
Series: Kamishibai for Kids
Each kamishibai story consists of 12-16 large (15" x 11") stiff oak-tag panels, with a full-color illustration on one side and the corresponding story line in English on the other. A stage is sometimes used to display the cards. See also JK-048. // Margaret Eisenstadt and Donna Tamaki New York: Kamishibai for Kids, 1992-2001.
 JK014 (IN)The Tongue-Cut Sparrow (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'The Tongue-Cut Sparrow' is a traditional folktale in which kindness and humility are rewarded and greed and jealousy are punished. // .
 JK015 (HOLD)How the Years were Named (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'How the Years Were Named' tells the traditional story of why the years are named for animals in East Asia. // .
 JK016 (IN)Tadpole Number 101 (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In this contemporary tale, a mother frog and her large tadpole brood overcome great odds by working together. // .
 JK017 (IN)The Monkey and the Crab (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'The Monkey and the Crab' is a classic folktale of deception and retribution in which a greedy monkey tries to outwit a mother crab. // .
 JK018 (IN)The Mountain of Goodies (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In this humorous tale, a spoiled young man learns the meaning of appreciation. // .
 JK019 (HOLD)Tanabata (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'Tanabata' is an ancient Chinese/Japanese folk legend about a young herdsman living near the Milky Way who takes a heavenly weaver for his wife. // .
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 JK020 (IN)Plastic Food (Sushi/Sashimi) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-12. This kit includes plastic copies of individual sushi pieces and a sushi boat.The plastic copies appear in displays at Japanese restaurants. Individual sushi: hamachi (yellowtail), maguro (tuna), saba (mackerel), tai (red snapper), tako (octopus), unagi (eel). Boat: sushi (shrimp, tuna, tako); norimaki (wrapped in seaweed): roe, salmon, sea urchin, avocado, eggplant; slices of grilled zuchini. // .
 
Series: Kamishibai for Kids
Each kamishibai story consists of 12-16 large (15" x 11") stiff oak-tag panels, with a full-color illustration on one side and the corresponding story line in English on the other. A stage is sometimes used to display the cards. See also JK-048. // Margaret Eisenstadt and Donna Tamaki New York: Kamishibai for Kids, 1992-2001.
 JK021 (IN)The Dragon's Tears (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This traditional Japanese tale recounts the adventures of a small boy who befriends a lonely dragon who is feared and hated by the people of his village. // .
 JK022 (IN)The Old Man and the Fox (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This kamishibai kit tells the story of a fox with magic powers who foils an old trickster. // .
 JK023 (IN)The Barrelmaker's Visit to the Clouds (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This folktale highlights the escapades of a barrelmaker who falls through a hole in the clouds while trying to make the thunder god make rain. // .
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 JK024 (IN)The Nihon Kit: Japanese Learning Materials - Japan / Kits
This kit contains books and activities in Japanese that focus on language and traditions. Included are two kamishibai, word cards, a woodblock kana game and objects puzzle, picture and story books, and a pamphlet with translations. / Japanese w/ English translations // Tokyo: International Society for Educational Information, 1994.
 
Series: Kamishibai for Kids
Each kamishibai story consists of 12-16 large (15" x 11") stiff oak-tag panels, with a full-color illustration on one side and the corresponding story line in English on the other. A stage is sometimes used to display the cards. See also JK-048. // Margaret Eisenstadt and Donna Tamaki New York: Kamishibai for Kids, 1992-2001.
 JK026 (IN)The One-Inch Boy (Issun-Boshi) (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This tale is about a couple who hav a one-inch son who never grows any taller. When he reaches maturity, despite his size, Issun-boshi sets off on his own to prove himself in the world. // .
 JK027 (IN)The Little Chick (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. Role models and experiencing life are the underlying themes in this contemporary tale for the very young. // .
 JK028 (IN)Nya-on, the Kitten (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This kit features a kitten who is fascinated by the moon and tries to catch it. // .
 JK029 (IN)Kon and Pon (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. The focus of this tale is the friendship between a fox and a raccoon dog whose families never get along. // .
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 JK031 (IN)School Child's Obento Package - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-12+. This kit contains many items that might be used by an elementary school child who takes his/her lunch to school. A plastic lunch box (with removable lid), chopsticks and chopsticks container, a cup, a place mat, and a bag for carrying all of the preceding items are included. // .
 JK034 (IN)The Stonecutter: A One-Act Play - Japan / Kits
GRADES 5-8. This play, based on an ancient Japanese folktale, introduces students to the Japan of samurai warriors, castles, and spirits. It explores the differences between class, family loyalty, and the acceptance of one's lot in life. (Must be picked up.) / Scripts, props, and more than 30 costumes // Lea Hench (Bancroft School) Worcester, MA: 1993.
 JK035 (IN)Celebration Banners - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-12+. This box contains several colorful banners (each approximately 2' x 5') that might be used as background for a classroom or schoolwide festival. They are from Kanegasaki, Iwate prefecture. // .
 
Series: Kamishibai for Kids
Each kamishibai story consists of 12-16 large (15" x 11") stiff oak-tag panels, with a full-color illustration on one side and the corresponding story line in English on the other. A stage is sometimes used to display the cards. See also JK-048. // Margaret Eisenstadt and Donna Tamaki New York: Kamishibai for Kids, 1992-2001.
 JK036 (IN)Urashima Taro (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. A fisherman saves a baby tortoise. As a reward, he is invited to the dragon's sea palace. After spending 3 days there, he returns to his village, to discover 300 years have passed. // .
 JK037 (IN)Hats for the Jizos (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'Hats for the Jizos' is a traditional story of generosity and kindness and their rewards. // .
 JK038 (IN)The Goblin, the Water Imp, and the Thunder God (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. A young boy outsmarts three creatures that want to eat him in this classic tale. // .
 JK039 (IN)The Mouse's Wedding (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In 'The Mouse's Wedding,' a father mouse wants his daughter to marry the strongest creature in the world, only to find that for every creature he encounters, there is one stronger. // .
 JK040 (IN)The Mother Cat (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. Based on a true story that took place in New York in 1996, 'The Mother Cat' was turned into a kamishibai by Kyoko Watanabe, with the help of a kindergarten class. // .
 JK041 (IN)The Old Man and the Mice (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'The Old Man and the Mice' is a classic folktale of generosity and greed, in which one old man is gifted by mice for his kindness, but his jealous neighbor is punished for his avarice. // .
 JK042 (HOLD)Momotaro, the Peach Boy (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. 'Momotaro, the Peach Boy' is one of the best known folktales of Japan, about a boy born from a peach who saves his town from a band of ogres. // .
 JK043 (IN)The Wife with an Unusual Talent (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In this traditional folktale, a man's mother wants him to give up his wife because of her strange ability, but he discovers that the talent is more of a gift than a curse. // .
 JK044 (IN)The Old Man who Made the Trees Bloom (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In this classic story, an elderly couple show respect for nature and its spirits and are gifted, while a greedy neighbor is disrespectful and cruel and is given nothing. // .
 JK045 (IN)How the Witch was Eaten Up (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. In this humorous story, an old witch tries to capture a young man, but is outsmarted by a priest. // .
 JK046 (IN)The Ogre who Sank Down to the Bottom of the Sea (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This traditional folktale tells of three boulders that came to protect Kure Bay in Shikoku. // .
 JK047 (IN)The Bamboo Princess (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This folktale tells how Mount Fuji became a volcano. // .
 JK048 (IN)Kamishibai Stage - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-5. This is a stage for presenting kamishibai. Kamishibai are Japanese story cards. The cards can be placed inside the wooden stage and slid out easily when required. // 2001.
 
Series: Ukiyo-e Kit: Woodblock Prints
Each kit contains original woodblock prints along with directions for use with classes, background notes on ukiyo-e, the book "Masterpieces of Japanese Prints," and lessons 4 & 6 from "Tokugawa Japan" (JC-108). These prints were a gift of Utagawaha Monjinkai, and the kits were modeled after one put together by the Teaching East Asia program at the University of Colorado at Boulder. // .
 JK049a (IN)Ukiyo-e Kit 1 - Japan / Kits
This set of 13 original prints includes many related to the 'Tale of the 47-Ronin' (masterless samurai). // .
 JK049b (IN)Ukiyo-e Kit 2 - Japan / Kits
This set of 11 original prints is related to the 'Tale of Genji.' // .
 JK049c (IN)Ukiyo-e Kit 3 - Japan / Kits
This set of 15 original prints includes many related to kabuki theater and a few related to Hokusai's Manga. Hokusai children's book accompanies. // .
 JK049d (IN)Ukiyo-e Kit 4 - Japan / Kits
This set of 11 original prints focuses on kabuki theater. // .
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 JK050 (IN)A Child's Life in Japan--Middle School - Japan / Kits
GRADES 6-9. This kit contains an assortment of objects in the life of a middle school child in Japan, such as pencil case, stamps, stationery, comic book, report card, toys, textbooks, and other items. See also JK-005 (Elementary School Kit). [updated 2011] // .
 JK051 (IN)Sadako's Paper Cranes and Lessons of Peace Kamishibai - Japan / Kits
Sadako's Paper Cranes and Lessons of Peace Kamishibai; Color print out downloaded from the SPICE website. 8.5 X 11 on paper. // Naomi Funahashi, Illustrated by Rich Lee; tr. Waka Takahashi Brown Stanford, CA: SPICE, 2011.
 JK052 (IN)Deai: The Lives of Seven Japanese High School Students - Japan / Kits
GRADES 6-12+. This kit explores the lives and personalities of 7 Japanese high school students through 192 photographs and text. The students discuss their lives, pursuits, and dreams.Two CD-ROMs are also included. (Must be picked up.) See JC-153 'Snapshots from Japan.' // Tokyo, Japan: The Japan Forum, 2001.
 JK054 (IN)Art Tool Box - Japan / Kits
GRADES K-3. This kit includes an assortment of art supplies in their original packaging, such as scissors, glue, watercolors, ruler, pencils. All of these items are to be used for display purposes only. // Japan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, undated.
 JK055 (IN)Prayer for Peace (Kamishibai) - Japan / Kits
This kamishibai is about a young girl who sees the devastation caused by the bombing. English translation provided for story cards by Richard Minear. // Art by Machiya Sumio and N. Kiichi Japan: Ozorasha Company, c. 2006.
 JOR002 (IN)Kanji Charts - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 1-6. The 4 charts of kanji are used for teaching Japanese students in grades 1-6 some of the Chinese characters used in writing Japanese. / 21x29' each // .
 JOR003 (IN)Katakana Charts - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 1-6. Katakana, one of the two Japanese syllabaries, is used mostly for words of foreign origin. These scroll-like charts are made for use in Japanese elementary schools. / 85x15' each // .
 JOR008 (OUT)Large Wall Map of Japan - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 4-12+. This topographical map shows cities and major transportation routes. / In Japanese, 43x31' // Japan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1985.
 JOR009 (IN)Historical Japan Map - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 6-12+. This colorful 2-sided map/chronological chart depicts the history of Japan from ancient times up to 1945. The reverse is a detailed map of the country. / 12x37' // Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, 1986.
 JOR025 (IN)Map of Japan: With Brief Accounts of the 18 Principal Cities - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 7-12+. Side 1 shows the major cities plus land and sea transportation routes, inset with a world projection map. Side 2 descriptes important cities, with an accompanying table of sister cities. / 30x41' // Kazuo Watanabe, text Tokyo: Kokudo Mapping Co. ISEI, 1989.
 JOR040 (IN)Japanese-American Internment: Life in the Camps - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
This set of 12 poster-size black & white photos on internment camps includes a narrative for each photo, broadsheet essay, student activities for photos, and timeline. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 1999.
 JOR055 (IN)Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
This collection of 12 black & white poster-size photos on the bombing includes a narrative for each photo, broadsheet essay, and timeline. // Amawalk, NY: Jackdaw Publications, 2002.
 JOR057 (IN)Stencils: Ancient Japan - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
GRADES 3-8. This activity book focuses on ancient Japan's relationship to nature and the seasons during the Edo period. The 5 art projects include: hand-bound book, samurai helmet, wind-sock kite, poetry fan, and ceremonial gift-wrapping. // Bartok, Mira and Christine Ronan Parsippany, NJ: Good Year Books, Pearson Learning, 1993.
 JOR058 (IN)World Map - Japan / Maps, Posters, Language Charts, and Other Resources
This map of the world positions Japan in its center, with text mostly in Japanese, some English. // Shobunsha Publications Inc. 1993.
 JSF001 (IN)The Haiku Moment: Seeing the World in a Grain of Sand - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-6. These in-class writing activities, with accompanying nature slides and cassette tape of haiku and Japanese music, introduce students to the world of haiku, Japanese poetry. / text, 12 slides, and cassette // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1977.
 JSF002 (IN)The Haiku Moment: Seeing the World in a Grain of Sand - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. Similar in approach to JSF-001, this set focuses on more in-class writing activities. / text, 22 slides, and cassette // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1980.
 JSF004 (IN)Castle Towns: An Introduction to Tokugawa Japan - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This slide set is a historical survey of Japanese castles and the towns that grew up around them. It may accompany the videocassette 'Shogun,' JVf-006, or provide a comparative dimension to the study of European feudalism. (See also JT-053, 'I Dream of Castles.') / 42 slides, text, and activities // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1981.
 JSF005 (IN)Japan Meets the West: A Case Study of Perceptions - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This unit is designed to explore issues of cultural contact with a case study of U.S.-Japan contacts. / text, student handouts, and 30 slides // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1983.
 JSF007 (IN)Buddhism - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This introductory unit provides images of Buddhist temples, statues, and symbols from several Asian countries, including Japan. (See also JSF-030.) / filmstrip (77 frames) and audiocassette // Westminster, MD: Educational Enrichment Materials, 1982.
 JSF008 (IN)Japan: A Unit of Study - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This six-part sound filmstrip provides students with a view of Japan in the late 1970s. It contains two tapes, listening guides, student activities, quizzes, and a 63-page guide. // Niles, IL: United Learning, 1982.
 JSF009 (IN)Japanese Housing: Modern and Traditional - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This set shows the various aspects of Japanese homes of the 1980s. // Tokyo: International Society for Educational Information, 1989.
 JSF010 (IN)Image and Life: 50,000 Years of Japanese Prehistory - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES K-12+. Slides of a museum exhibit and an introductory text show early archaeological records of Japanese civilization. / text and 40 slides // Ellen Zak. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1979.
 JSF013 (IN)Hiroshima: Testimony through Paintings - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. Two Japanese painters, Iri Maruki and Toshi Maruki (husband and wife), address the subject of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and its continuing significance for today's world. (See also 'Hellfire: Journey from Hiroshima,' JVd-018, a documentary about the artists.) / text, 101 slides, and audiocassette // Tokyo: Maruki Gallery for Hiroshima Panels and Seirinsha Productions, 1985.
 JSF014 (IN)Japanese Performing Arts (The Gion Corner in Kyoto) - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. Included in this series of slides are: the tea ceremony, koto music, ikebana (flower arrangement), gagaku (court music), kyogen (ancient comic play), kyomai (kyoto style dance), and bunraku (puppet theater). / text and 16 slides // Kyoto Productions, undated.
 JSF015 (IN)Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. This unit documents the destruction caused by the first atomic bombing. The audiocassette is an English guide for visitors to the museum in the early 1980s. The slides show various exhibits, but are not directly keyed to the tape, so slides and tape can be used separately. / text, 34 slides, and audiocassette // Hiroshima Appeals Committee, 1982.
 JSF040 (IN)The Atomic Bomb: A Record of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. This slide set is based on material in the book 'Hiroshima-Nagasaki: A Pictorial Record of the Atomic Destruction.' It uses a subjective approach to document the events, from the bombing to initial rebuilding. / 43 slides and teacher's guide // Hiroshima-Nagasaki Publishing Committee, 1979.
 JSF044 (IN)Religion in Japan: And a Look at Cultural Transmission - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. These units cover the transmission of culture to Japan and a historical context for studying religion in Japan, and introductions to Buddhism and Shinto. / 33 slides, teacher's guide with background material, and five lesson plans // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1990.
 JSF046 (IN)Symbolism in Japanese Language and Culture: Activities for the Elementary Classroom - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 4-6. The theme of all of the lessons in this unit is the symbolism in Japanese language and culture. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing are used and emphasized in the program. / map of Japan, teaching manual, and 27 slides, videocassette, and artifact // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1991.
 JSF049 (IN)The Modernization of Japan: Continuity and Change - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. On the premise that students benefit from a cross-cultural perspective on the process of a society's modernization, this unit analyzes the impact of cultural change and stability on individuals. / lesson book and 20 slides // Stanford Program on International and Cross-cultural Education, 1990.
 JSF050 (IN)A Timely Encounter: 19th-century Photographs of Japan - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. This slide collection introduces students to an exhibition of photographs from the collections of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Wellesley College Museum. / exhibition catalogue of photographs, and 20 slides of photographs // Melissa Banta and Susan Taylor, eds.Peabody Museum Press, 1988.
 JSF052 (IN)Food, Customs and Traditions - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 7-12+. The slides depict daily mealtime foods, teatime snacks, and cuisine for special occasions. About half of the slides focus on the different utensils and pots used for making food, serving/displaying meals, and eating. / text, 60 slides, and audiocassette // Tokyo: International Society for Educational Information, 1988.
 JSF053 (IN)Unforgettable Fire: Pictures Drawn by Atomic Bomb Survivors - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. These 49 slides depict the site of the atomic blast at Hiroshima and include drawings of scenes recalled before, during, and after the explosion. // New York: Japan Broadcasting Corporation, 1976.
 JSF064 (IN)A Message from Hiroshima - Japan / Slide Sets and Filmstrips
GRADES 9-12+. These slides detail the destruction at Hiroshima in 1945 and the long-term effects of exposure to radiation on survivors. / 24 slides, audiocassette, information booklet; English version // Hiroshima: World Friendship Center, undated.
 JRC001 (IN)Japanese Children's Songs - Japan / Software and Recordings
30 songs with sheet music accompanied by cassette tape. // Nihonmachi Little Friends San Francisco: 1982.
 JRC003 (IN)Japan and the United States, 1937 to 1947: Unit of Study on Civil Injustice (copy 1) - Japan / Software and Recordings
Japan and the United States, 1937 to 1947: Unit of Study on Civil Injustice CD-ROM 2 copies / Japan and the United States, 1937 to 1947: Unit of Study on Civil Injustice // Center for Prevention of Injustice through Education Baltimore, MD: CPIE, .
 JRC004 (IN)Mini A-bomb Photo Exhibition - Japan / Software and Recordings
Mini A-bomb Photo Exhibition (jpg) An Outline of Atomic Bomb Damage (pdf) Summary report form (pdf) Nagasaki Today (pdf) // National Council of Japan Nuclear Free Local Authorities Nagasaki City: .
 JRC006 (IN)Shakuhachi: The Japanese Flute - Japan / Software and Recordings
Kohachiro Miyata, a leading player of the wind instrument shakuhachi, performs solo works. / available on record or audiocassette // New York: Elektra-Nonesuch Records, 1977.
 JRC016 (IN)Japanese Folk Music - Japan / Software and Recordings
This is a collection of 15 Japanese folk songs. / record // Shogetsu Watanabe.Society for the Preservation of Japanese Folk Music, undated.
 JRC021 (IN)An Introduction to Modern Japanese - Japan / Software and Recordings
These language tapes contain drills for speaking and oral comprehension of the Japanese language. / six audiocassettes, 60 min. each // Nosuko Mizutani and Osamu Mizutani. Tokyo: Japan Times, 1977.
 JRC022 (IN)Japanese for Today - Japan / Software and Recordings
These are Japanese language tapes to be used with 'Japanese for Today' text (see under Books - Language 'Gakken'). / eight audiocassettes // Tokyo: Gakken, 1973.
 JRC027 (IN)Sankyoko: Traditional Japanese Music - Japan / Software and Recordings
 JRC029 (IN)Peace 1995 Memorial Concert in Hiroshima - Japan / Software and Recordings
The Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra performs Hiroshima Spirits and Symphony No. 6 'Hiroshima.' // Hiroshima Symphony OrchestraBrain Co., Ltd., 1995.
 JRC030 (IN)Gagaku: Imperial Court Music of Japan - Japan / Software and Recordings
This compact disc contains imperial music performed by the Kyoto Imperial Court Music Orchestra. // New York: Lyrichord Discs, undated.
 JRC031 (IN)Soh Daiko - Japan / Software and Recordings
This compact disc contains a series of arrangements performed by the taiko drum ensemble Soh Daiko. // New York: Lyrichord Discs, undated.
 JRC032 (IN)Star Festival - Japan / Software and Recordings
This interactive CD-ROM provides students with information on postwar Japanese history, life, and culture through the personal history of Shigeru Miyagawa (MIT), connected with other materials. See also JC-132. / Requires Mac 68040 or higher w/ System 7.1 or higher // Miyagawa Shigeru Boston: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997.
 JRC033 (IN)Let's Sing: Japanese Songs for Kids - Japan / Software and Recordings
This compact disc has 14 popular children's songs. All songs are sung in Japanese and English, and a songbook with piano accompaniments and background notes is included. // New York: Kamishibai for Kids, 1998.
 JRC035 (IN)Japan 2000 - Japan / Software and Recordings
This CD-ROM investigates the crucial issues facing Japan in the millennium. The program's seven major topics (Perceptions of Japan, Physical Geography, Transportation, Energy, Industry, Agriculture, and City Life) provide access to over 200 photos, interviews, statistical data, questions, maps, and aerial footage on a wide variety of related subjects. / Mac/Windows // Princeton: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1999.
 JRC041 (IN)Memories of Japan 1859-1875 - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES 6-12+. This CD-ROM features a photogallery of pictures taken in Japan between 1859 and 1875. / CD-ROM // Leiden: The Netherlands: IDC Publishers, 1996.
 JRC044 (IN)Mieko: A Story of Japanese Culture - Japan / Software and Recordings
This CD-ROM features a great variety of exercises for examining Japanese language and culture, including the story of Mieko in several languages, an interview with the author of the story, a step-by-step video guide to making a paper crane, and a narrated photo tour. / Windows/Mac CD-ROM // Idyllwild, CA: Digital Productions Incorporated, 1996.
 JRC046 (IN)The Crane's Story: Tales of Love from Japan - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES 3-12+. These tales are told with koto music by storyteller and koto master Elizabeth Falconer. / CD-ROM // Renton, WA: Koto World, 2002.
 JRC047 (IN)Grace - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES 8-12+. These recordings are performed by Masayo Ishigure, who studied both classical and contemporary koto music with Tadao Sawai and Kazue Sawai. // Masayo Ishigure New York: 2001.
 JRC048 (IN)Once Up On a Lilypad - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES K-12+. This CD includes 5 Japanese folktales told by storyteller and koto master Elizabeth Falconer. // Renton, WA: Koto World, 2003.
 JRC051 (IN)The Promise of Chrysanthemums and other Asian Tales - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES 3-8. This storytelling CD includes 7 stories of love and honor by Motoko Dworkin. // Robert B. Smyth, 2001.
 JRC052 (IN)Tales of Now & Zen - Japan / Software and Recordings
GRADES 5-12+. The music on this CD was composed and arranged by Yasko Kubota and the storytelling performed by Motoko Dworkin. // Robert B. Smyth, 2006.
 JRC053 (IN)Like a Lotus Flower: Girlhood Tales from Japan - Japan / Software and Recordings
Motoko with Yumi Kurosawa on 20-string Koto, rap by Eshu Bumpus. // .
 JRC054 (IN)A Year in Japan: Folktales, Songs and Art for the Classroom - Japan / Software and Recordings
A Year in Japan: Folktales, Songs and Art for the Classroom with CD // Motoko Dworkin and Eshu Bumpus Northampton, MA: Paradise Copies, Inc., 2012.
 JT101 (IN)A Year in Japan - Japan / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES K-6. This manual for teaching about Japanese festivals and holidays, month by month, includes stories, songs, games, and art activities appropriate for each event. // Amherst, MA: Motoko Maeda-Dworkin, 1997.
 JT156 (IN)The Brush, from your heart: Introduction to Sho and Sumi-e - Japan / Units Developed by Teachers
GRADES 1-12+. This booklet introduces three forms of Kanji scripts and explains the basics of sumi-e painting. Figures and diagrams accompany the text. // Aya Itagaki Hanover, NH: 1987.
 JT160 (IN)Atomic Bomb Survivor: July 2012 - Japan / Units Developed by Teachers
Karen Doolittle, NCTA Japan Study Tour 2012 participant. This material is copyright protected by Matsushima, Keijiro, and must not be shared on the Internet. DVD of interview with accompanying testimony in English, The A-bomb that I Experienced. / Interview with atomic bomb survivor // Matsushima, Keijiro and Doolittle, Karen (video)self, 2012.
 JVd001 (IN)Banzai: Japan Strikes December 1941 - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary chronicles Japan's strike at Pearl Harbor and sweep to capture other sites in Asia and the Pacific / 52 min. // New York: Thorn Emi Video, 1980.
 JVd002 (IN)Japan 1941-1945 - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary depicts action on the front, interviews, Japan's declaration of war and many victories, defense of the homeland, and the end of the war. / 52 min. // New York: Thorn Emi Video, 1982.
 
Series: Video Letters from Japan I
This series, JV-003a~003f, contains 12+ programs on six videocassettes, and includes teacher's guides and posters. 30 min. each. // New York: Asia Society, 1984.
 JVd003e (IN)Living Arts / Friends - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES K-9. In 'Living Arts,' traditional arts and culture are viewed through the lives of a Japanese family living in Kyoto in the early 1980s. In 'Friends,' friends and schoolmates introduce us to games, hobbies, and other recreational activities of the early 1980s. // .
 
Series: Faces of Japan
During the 20th century, Japan became an increasingly important player on the world stage, exposing its culture to international study. Faces of Japan, hosted by Dick Cavett, provides in-depth portraits of life in Japan in the 1980s. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986-1988.
 JVd008 (IN)Young Baseball Heroes - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. A high school team prepares for a tournament at Koshien Stadium in the 1980s and learns why there was so much excitement and pressure surrounding this game. / 30 min.; 15-min. version for classroom use also available // 1986.
 JVd010 (IN)The Entertainer - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Pop stardom was a teen dream in Japan in the 1980s. Economic prosperity gave Japan's teens money to spend and created a booming business for popular music. / 30 min. // 1986.
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 JVd011 (IN)Japanese Culture and Customs - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video presents Japanese culture as a mixture of East and West. It presents traditional songs, festivals, and language in Japan of the 1980s. / 40 min. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986.
 JVd012 (IN)Everyday Life in Japan - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video deals with such varied aspects of Japanese life of the 1980s as a men's cooking school, public security, public consciousness, transportation, and daily shopping. / 40 min. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986.
 JVd014 (IN)Japan's Industry - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video shows Japanese toys, factory tours, and a robot show, and looks at Japanese industrial quality and the trade balance. / 40 min. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986.
 JVd018 (IN)Hellfire: A Journey from Hiroshima - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. Shot on location in Japan, 'Hellfire' examines the art and lives of artists Iri and Toshi Maruki. The Maruki's vision, originating in the ashes of Hiroshima, evolved over four decades to encompass the Holocaust, Japan's atrocities in World War II, and environmental destruction. (See also JSF-013, a slide-tape set of the Hiroshima murals.) / 58 min. // John Junkerman, dir. New York: First Run Features, 1987.
 
Series: Faces of Japan
During the 20th century, Japan became an increasingly important player on the world stage, exposing its culture to international study. Faces of Japan, hosted by Dick Cavett, provides in-depth portraits of life in Japan in the 1980s. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986-1988.
 JVd019 (IN)The Neputa Painter - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Here is the story of one Neputa painter (painter of images on floats) preserving an art that has been handed down for centuries, showing how many Japanese protect their traditions. / 30 min. // 1986.
 JVd020 (IN)Diary of a Police Post - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Credit goes to the police for making Tokyo the safest city in the world in the 1980s. The video follows one police officer on a typical round. / 30 min. // 1986.
 JVd022 (IN)The Sacred Land - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. For the Japanese farmer, the land is sacred. But in the 1980s this was threatened as young people were lured to the big cities and to the job opportunities they offered. / 30 min. // 1986.
 JVd023 (IN)From Swords to Factories - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This story compares a master of the ancient art of sword making to a steel worker, a sword maker on a gigantic scale who in the 1980s worked with the same zeal and craftsmanship. / 30 min. // 1986.
 JVd024 (IN)An American Businessman in Japan - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. In the 1970s and 1980s American businesses invaded the Japanese market as more than 3,000 companies began operations of one kind or another in Japan. Many American firms failed to win a solid foothold in the Japanese market. / 30 min. // 1986.
 JVd026 (IN)Running and Running for Mayor - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video looks at the role of local government in the lives of the Japanese in the 1980s. / 30 min. // 1986.
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 JVd027 (IN)Japanese Arts and Crafts - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. Two traditional arts and crafts are presented in this program: the making of Japanese dolls and paper-folding. / 40 min. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986.
 JVd028 (IN)Japanese Favorite Dishes - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. This video describes several aspects of Japanese culinary arts: tofu, soba, sushi, egg dishes, sukiyaki, and tempura. / 40 min. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986.
 JVd034 (IN)Topaz - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This story of a World War II internment camp for Japanese Americans and Japanese nationals tells of wartime hysteria and its impact on an ethnic minority. It includes historical photographs and film footage. / 58 min. // Santa Fe: One Media West, 1987.
 JVd035 (IN)Basic Japanese by Video - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. The publishers of this program claim it will enable the viewer to read, write and speak a 1,000-word/phrase vocabulary using 43 of the most encountered daily situations. / 90 min. // New York: undated.
 JVd036 (IN)MacArthur's Children - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. The story is told through the eyes of a fifth-grade student and traces the impact of World War II on his friends. It's based on the novel by Yu Aku. / 115 min. English subtitles // Beverly Hills: Pacific Arts Video, 1987.
 JVd039 (IN)Japanese Relocation - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This documentary shows the U.S. government's wartime justification of the mandatory 'relocation' of over 100,000 Japanese Americans to camps in the interior. / 10 min. // Culver City, CA: Zenger Video, 1943.
 JVd040 (IN)Enola Gay - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Paul Tibbets and the crew of the Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. This video tells their story and raises issues, including the morality of the decision to drop the bomb. / 150 min.; 2 cassettes // Los Angeles: Viacom International, 1980.
 JVd042 (IN)Discovering the Music of Japan - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 7-12+. The koto, samisen, and shakuhachi are shown in this video of traditional instruments. It shows some historical background on the instruments. / 22 min. // Irwindale, CA: Barr Films, undated.
 JVd043 (IN)Genbaku Shi: Killed by the Atomic Bomb - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This film describes the American prisoners of war who were victims of the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima. Former members of the Japanese and U.S. armed forces tell the story. / 58 min. // Sante Fe: One West Media, 1985.
 JVd053 (IN)Japan: Sword and Chrysanthemum - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video contrasts the paradoxical histories of the samurai and ninja warriors with the tea ceremony and meticulous garden design. / 56 min. // New York: WTTW Chicago/Coronet Film and Video, 1988.
 JVd054 (IN)Japan: Electronic Tribe - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This program chronicles the historical and cultural forces that shaped Japanese adeptness at forming cohesive organizations, and how this translated to a productive factory system in the 1980s. (The first of four parts. See above and below.) / 58 min. // New York: WTTW Chicago/Coronet Film and Video, 1988.
 JVd055 (IN)Japan: The Legacy of the Shoguns - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video explores the 17th-century traditions of hard work, discipline, and rigid hierarchy that kept Japan an isolated country for centuries. / 60 min. // New York: WTTW Chicago/Coronet Film and Video, 1988.
 JVd056 (IN)Japan: A Proper Place in the World - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video looks at political and economic factors leading to WWII. Afterward, by building on MacArthur's reform policies, Japan raised itself from the ashes to become a major economic force in the 1980s. / 60 min. // New York: WTTW Chicago/Coronet Film and Video, 1988.
 JVd059 (IN)Who Are the Japanese? My Name Is Moto. North Carolina's Japan Connection. - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 6-12+. This unit introduces Japan, then looks at education. The third episode, although specific to North Carolina, adds a local touch and illustrates a model for looking at local connections with Japan in the 1980s. / teacher's manual included // Raleigh: North Carolina State University, 1983.
 
Series: Faces of Japan
During the 20th century, Japan became an increasingly important player on the world stage, exposing its culture to international study. Faces of Japan, hosted by Dick Cavett, provides in-depth portraits of life in Japan in the 1980s. // New York: TeleJapan, 1986-1988.
 JVd060 (IN)The Fashion Model - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. This video looks at models who often set the style for the way Japanese women wanted to live in the 1980s. They were prized for an exotic look, especially for the hint that they might be foreign or of mixed Japanese and Western heritage. / 30 min. // 1988.
 JVd061 (IN)Puppeteer's Apprentice - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. Bunraku is a stylized legacy from Japan's classic age. The plays, the puppet designs, even the music are presented in this video as they were in the 16th century. / 30 min. // 1988.
 JVd064 (IN)Behind the Camera - Japan / Videocassettes (Documentaries and Other Instructional Materials)
GRADES 9-12+. As in America, directors and stars in Japan become celebrities. The assistant film directors are often the unsung heroes on the set. This is about one of them in the 1980s. / 30 min. // 1988.
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