Discover China: History, Sights and Culture

2018’s Chinese New Year of the Dog will see a multitude of festivities taking place across the world, commencing from the 16th of February. Join us in celebrating the richness of Chinese culture and history, from royal emperors and architectural feats to a deep love affair with the arts.

Explore the Bridgeman archive for all the things that make China so inspiring and interesting. See below for our curated selections.

Please contact us if you need help sourcing anything from the archive.


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