The films vividly document significant social, cultural and political events in Chinatown and other areas of downtown Victoria and surrounding neighborhoods, Vancouver Island, the City of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.
The search engine allows you to search or browse the UVic Library's video collection by language and by genre. If you cannot find the recording that you want, We can borrow for you from other BC academic libraries, as well as Pic A Flic, a local video store. Here is the detail: http://library.uvic.ca/site/dept/access/media/videosnotatuvic.html
The paintings, sculptures, murals and calligraphy in the Buddhism caves display the art styles in more than a thousand years. This digital project shows the images in great detail, allowing the download of any part of the paintings for research use.
Enemy of the People - Visual Depictions of Chiang Kai-shekThis site includes visual depictions of Chiang Kai-shek from various forms of propaganda and other art from the 1940s through to the 2000s, with a particular concentration on negative images of Chiang (ranging from anti-Chiang pamphlets produced by the Japanese military during the Second Sino-Japanese War to caricatures of Chiang appearing in the American press during the 1970s).
Searchable database of more than 300,000 digital images and associated catalog data covering different periods and cultures, and documenting the fields of architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, decorative arts, and design.
over 6,000 images of major sites in the Silk Road region; Permission to publish any image from this collection in print or on the Web is granted at the discretion of the relevant copyright holder and requests may be forwarded to the Council on East Asian Studies, Yale University