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Thermoluminescence dating of the ancient Chinese porcelain using a regression method of saturation exponential in pre-dose techn
      
It is very successful in discrimination for the imitations of ancient Chinese porcelains.
      
Neutron activation analysis and M?ssbauer spectroscopy research on coloring mechanism of ancient Chinese Guan porcelain
      
Then the origins of Oriental intuitive thinking from the ancient Chinese philosophy are explored.
      
A historical overview of traditional Chinese medicine and ancient Chinese medical ethics
      
3D computer simulation for lignification of ancient Chinese timber buildings
      
A pioneer research work was carried out by investigators engaged in surveying and mapping for describing ancient Chinese timber buildings by 3D frame graphs with a computer.
      
Each aspect is defined from various ancient Chinese philosophical resources.
      
Following the theory of conceptual metaphor in cognitive linguistics, this paper studies a predominant conceptual metaphor in the understanding of the heart in ancient Chinese philosophy: the heart is the ruler of the body.
      
It is argued that the two-way metaphorical mappings are based on the overarching beliefs of ancient Chinese philosophy in the unity and correspondence between the microcosm of man and the macrocosm of universe.
      
It is suggested that the conceptualization of the heart in ancient Chinese philosophy, which is basically metaphorical in nature, is still spread widely across Chinese culture today.
      
Wang Mang's Mingtang is one of the most firmly-dated and well-documented pieces of evidence concerning ancient Chinese cosmology.
      
In the ongoing effort to define the exact nature of the Bamboo Annals and its relation to ancient Chinese chronology, scholars both Chinese and Western have debated the authenticity of this chronicle.
      
Investigations into the making of ancient Chinese bronzes have shown that while the great majority of vessels were produced by some form of piece-mould casting, ancillary techniques could be resorted to when circumstances demanded it.
      
Even more than other recent archaeological finds from East Asia, ancient Chinese manuscripts have ignited strong academic excitement.
      
I will argue that the standard interpretation derives less from extant written records of mortuary practices and more from analogies sought by scholars between ancient Chinese and Egyptian notions of the afterlife.
      
Investigations into the making of ancient Chinese bronzes have shown that while the great majority of vessels were produced by some form of piece-mould casting, ancillary techniques could be resorted to when circumstances demanded it.
      
Even more than other recent archaeological finds from East Asia, ancient Chinese manuscripts have ignited strong academic excitement.
      
I will argue that the standard interpretation derives less from extant written records of mortuary practices and more from analogies sought by scholars between ancient Chinese and Egyptian notions of the afterlife.
      
In the ongoing effort to define the exact nature of the Bamboo Annals and its relation to ancient Chinese chronology, scholars both Chinese and Western have debated the authenticity of this chronicle.
      
 

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