New generation of Chinese art collectors unveiled in

Moore, Susan
December 1995
Chinatown News;12/18/95, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p24
Looks at the unveiling of a number of Chinese art at one of London, England's museums. Types of arts on display; Collections done by Kenneth Chu and Betty Lo; Relationship between Chu and Lo; Comments from Kenneth Chu.


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