Chiang Yee

Chiang Yee (1903–1977) was Professor Emeritus of Chinese at Columbia University. He was also a poet and painter, and the author of many books of travel writing, as well as children’s books. He illustrated all of his books and was best known for his ‘The Silent Traveler in…” series, which presented destinations from a Chinese perspective.

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Cover: Chinese Calligraphy: An Introduction to Its Aesthetic and Technique, Third Revised and Enlarged EditionChinese Calligraphy: An Introduction to Its Aesthetic and Technique, Third Revised and Enlarged EditionChiang, YeePAPERBACK01/01/1974$34.00
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