Internet Guide for Chinese Studies Newsletter
17 Dec 2005, reviewed by Matthias Arnold

New in IGCS - On-line Journals - Arts (

Asia Pacific Arts

Ed./Corp.: Asia Institute, The University of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Language: English.

Numbering: 4 Apr 2003-. 
Frequency: Biweekly. 

Self description: "Asia Pacific Arts, published by the UCLA Asia Institute, covers the dynamic worlds of Asian and Asian American arts and entertainment. As perusing back issues will demonstrate, our field of vision is wide. We explore film, television, music, literature, art, exhibitions, and festivals. You'll find interviews with the newest creators as well as with established artists. Features explore cross-medium interplay, interaction across cultures, and innovative blends of old forms and techniques with newer ones. The web magazine goes where print cannot -- delivering streaming audio and video interviews, film clips, and music samples." 

Description: Articles of this (beautyfully designed) journal are available on-line. Other features include on-line subscription to their email-list as well as information on current exhibitions and important galeries. In spite of the rather large number of pictures the site is very fast loading. 

Contents: (1) The Magazine; (2) View Past Issues; (3) Discuss APA; (4) About the Magazine; (5) Contact Asia Pacific Arts; (6) Support Us; (7) RSS Feed. 

On-line availability: Past issues still available back to the first issue of April 4, 2003. Searchable archive. 


With kind regards,

Hanno E. Lecher



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