Volume 32 – Number 1
The series of articles in this issue focuses on highlights in the collection of the Musée Guimet in Paris to celebrate its reopning on 15 January after a four-year renovation project.
Jean-Paul Desroches. The Maritime Trade Routes Gallery in the Musee Guimet Xavier Besse. A Passion for Chinese Ceramics: The Story of the Ernest Grandidier Collection Catherine Delacour. The Role of the Horse and the Camel in Chinese Expansion Along Western Trade Routes Amina Okada. The Jean And Krishna Riboud Donation at the Musee Guimet Pierre Baptiste. The Restoration of Khmer Sculptures: New Perspectives Jean-Francois Jarrige. The Renovation of the Musee Guimet
Julie M. Segraves. Book Review: Edited by Mary Hunt Kahlenerg, The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Textiles and Objects from the Collections of Lloyd Costen and the Neutrogena Corporation, Harry N Abrams, New York, 1998 Robert P. Piccus. Book Review: Lion-dogs, Hundred Antiques: Classical Chinese Carpets I, Preface by Hans Konig with essays by Hwee Lie The, Gary Dickinson and Michael Franses