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The China Journal of Science & Arts, Vol. I, No. 2 (March, 1923), pp. 117-125.
Journal of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, vol. XXXVIII (1907), pp. 61-96.[
The China Journal of Science & Arts, Vo. 1, No.4 (July, 1923), pp. 384-389.
One of the most fascinating stories there is of archeological discovery under strange circumstances: "Beasts of the Dragon Mines" is a 1923 article from The China Journal of Science & Arts.
New York: Brentano's, 1919.
New York: McKinley, Stone & MacKenzie, 1915.
Chicago: The Open Court, VOL. XX No. 8, (August, 1906), pp. 458-483.
The extent to which cultures were shared in the early historical period is evident in the common features of zodiacs. A well-illustrated essay by Paul Carus, Zodiacs of Different Nations appeared in the 1906 issue of The Open Court.
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The East of Asia Magazine, Vol. III (1904), pp. 331-343.