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Visions of China (1999 CNN special)
East Asian Studies Center (Indiana University)
Crane House (Louisville)
Country Study: China (Library of Congress)
Teaching About China (numbers, zodiac, Great Wall, lunar calendar, abacus, celebrations, folktales, games)
China: A Multimedia Guide by Mary Robinson Sive, Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 23 Cornelia Street, New York, NY 10014.
National Resources on China, The China Project/SPICE, Lou Henry Hoover Bldg., Room 221, Stanford, CA 94305.
China: A Resource and Curriculum Guide, edited by Arelene Posner and Arne DeKaijer, University of Chicago Press, 5801 S. Ellis Ave., Chicago, IL 60637.
A.R.T.S., Inc. (98 Madison Street, New York, NY 10010) offers the following inexpensive paperbacks: Chinese New Year’s, Paper Lanterns, Chinese Heroines, Children of the Yellow River, Chinese Children’s Games, Chinese Folk Songs.
Free to educators: booklets on art, jade, music, opera, festivals, Kung Fu, philosophy, bronzes, architecture, and more from the Chinese Information and Culture Center, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020-1579, (212) 373-1800.
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