- STRANDED OBJECTS. Houghton, Max // Foto8;Spring2009, Issue 25, p90
The article presents black and white photographs taken by Chinese photographer Muge, which show people and places which will be affected by the Three Gorges Dam in China.
- Gallery. Delhon, Christian // American Woodturner;Jun2011, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p38
The article presents photographs of Chinese ball creations by Christian Delhon of France, and Claude Lethiecq of Canada.
- Hong Kong team win 3 bronze medals at the 26th Summer Universiade. // Sports Bulletin;Sep2011, Vol. 9, p1
Two photographs are presented showing several athletes from Hong Kong who won bronze medals at the 26th Summer Universiade held in Shenzhen, China from August 12-23, 2011 including Lai Chun-ho on men's 4x100-meter relay, Au Yeung Wai-sum on fencing and Wong Hiu-ying on women's gymnastics.
- word & Image. // Chinese Literature Today;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p31
An introduction presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including a photo essay on Chinese photography, the erosion of relationship between poetry and image-based arts, and the postmodern synthesis of word and image.
- TRUTH&BEAUTY. // AutoWeek;12/26/2011, Vol. 61 Issue 26, p0006
A photograph of Chinese people and a car overturned by an angry crowd due to a dispute with the car's driver is presented..
- Chinese Traveling Doctor, 1905. Burns, Stanley B.; Cleary-Burns, Sara // Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine;Aug2001, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p313
Describes a photograph of a traveling physician in Setzchuen, China, circa 1905. Stages of Chinese medicine's history; Methods of traditional Chinese therapeutics.
- METRO'S GUIDE TO YUM CHA. // Metro (NZ);Nov2003, Issue 269, p72
The article presents photographs of Chinese food.
- Chinese Tea. // Burnet Bulletin (Texas);11/29/2006, Vol. 134 Issue 48, p3A
A photograph about a play "Chinese Tea" in "The Story of the Nutcracker" is presented.
- The Chinese in Hawai'i. Chong, Douglas D. L. // Chinese America: History & Perspectives;2010, p51
The article presents multiple images of the early Chinese community of Hawaii, depicting such aspects of life as education, baseball, and girls' clubs.