BOOKS, CATALOGUES, AND JOURNAL VOLUMES
ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
2012 “Speculations on the Significance of the Cong and Bi of the Liangzhu Culture, Liangzhu Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art.Cong&BiSignif.2012pdf
2010 “An Introduction to the Spectacular Jades Discovered in Sichuan Province, China,” in Shang and Western Zhou Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 9-22.SanxingduiJadeMscrptpdf
2009 with Gu Fang, “Chinese Jade Types of the Shang and Western Zhou Periods,” in Shang and Western Zhou Jades, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 23-43.ShangZhouJadepdf
2009 “The Art of Working Jade and the Rise of Civilization in China.” In The Jade Age & Early Chinese Jades in American Museums, Beijing:Science Press, 291-393.Jade Age Mscrpt pdf
2009 “An Abbreviated History of Northern Qi Buddhist Art,” Faces of Eternity, New York: Throckmorton Fine Art, 8 pages.
2004 “The Big Buddha at Single Pebble Village”Yangzi: The Yangtze River and the Three Gorges, ed. by Judy Bonavia and Richard Hayman, Odyssey Pub., Ltd.
1999 “The Metamorphic Image: A Predominant Theme in Shang Ritual Art”, Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities No.70 (Stockholm), 5-171.BMFEAArticle
1999 “The Fate of Three Gorges Archaeology and Art: The Maitreya Buddha Cave Temple at Single Pebble Town”, Asian Art Newspaper, 4. 1999: 3.PDF
1998 “American Collections and Studies of Neolithic and Early Historic Period Chinese Jades” in Tang Chung, ed., East Asian Jade: Symbol of Excellence, Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Center for Chinese Archaeology and Art, 119-124.
“Metamorphic Imagery in Early Chinese Art,” Kaikodo Journal 2. 1998:30-51 Metamorphic Imagery pdf.
“Jade As Material and Epoch”, Ch. 1 in China: 5000 Years, Innovation and Transformation in the Arts, NYC: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 55-68.China5000yearspdf.
1996 “Race Against Time: A Compendium of Endangered Sites”, Archaeology,11/121996: 38-43.PDF
“The Three Gorges Dam and the Fate of China’s Southern Heritage”, Orientations, 7/8, 1996, 55-61; an abridged version in Dai Qing.ed., “The Fate of China’s Southern Heritage” The River Dragon Has Come!, 200-210.PDF
1995 “The Ghost Head Mask and Metamorphic Shang Imagery”, Early China 20 (1995): 79-92. TheGhostHeadMaskpdf
“Symbolic Jades of the Erlitou Period: A Xia Royal Tradition”, Archives of Asian Art XLVIII (1995): 64-90.Symbolic Jades of The Erlitou Period pdf
1991 “商人礼仪艺术中的 萨满 教特征及对四川广汉三星堆新近发现的推测”, Nanfang Minzu Kaogu, 1989.2: 65-67 (Chengdu: Sichuan University)SouthernEtnologyAndArchaeology pdf
“Jades of the Hongshan Culture: The Dragon and Fertility Cult Worship”, Arts Asiatiques XLVI (1991): 82-95.Jades of the Hongshan Culture pdf
1990 “Professor Alexander C. Soper”, Orientations Jan 1990, 26-32.
“The Bird in Shang Ritual Art: Intermediary to the Supernatural”, Orientations Nov. 1989: 53-60.
1989 “Review article, Robert Bagley, Shang Ritual Bronzes in the Arthur M. Sackler Collections“, Art Bulletin LXII:1 (1989), 149-156.
1988 “Dragons, Masks, Axes and Blades from Four Newly Documented Jade-Working Cultures of Ancient China”, Orientations April 1988: 30-41; reprinted in Chinese Jade: Selected articles from Orientations 1983-1996, Hong Kong: Orientations Magazine Ltd., l997.
1983 “Identification of the Tomb Occupant and Periodization of M5”, Excavation of Tomb No.5 at Yinxu, Anyang, Chinese Sociology and Anthropology XV:3, Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1-37.
1974 “Urartian Influence upon Iranian Architecture in the Early First Millennium B.C.”, Marsyas XVII, 21-38.