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How To Hold a Calligraphy Brush

Description: The outline of a hand is depicted holding a calligraphy brush. To the right is Chinese text.
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Date: 1628/1644
Creator: Hu Zhengyan
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Do Non-Native Grammars Allow Verbs to Raise to Agreement?

Description: The purpose of this thesis is to determine whether the setting of the verb movement parameter in L2 is dependent on agreement acquisition. The Optionality hypothesis (Eubank, 1994) is tested by examining the L2 grammar of Chinese learners of English. To test this hypothesis, the sentence matching procedure originally described in Freedman and Forster (1985) is used. It is found that no current theory truly accounts for the results that are obtained.
Date: December 1995
Creator: Grace, Sabine Thepaut
Partner: UNT Libraries

Yu Garden (Yuyuan): Garden View

Description: Characteristic elements in Chinese gardens: water, trees, rocks & buildings, and changes in elevation are visible in this view. Rock formations in the background with a pagoda structure.
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Date: 1559/1577
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White Horse Temple: Stone Lion at Entrance Gate

Description: The lion depicted in this sculpture sits atop a short pedestal and guards the entrance to the temple. There are flowers in small pots around the bottom edge of the sculpture as if in offering. The lion is not polychrome. The temple behind the lion is partially visible in this depiction.
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Date: 1368~/1644~
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pipa

Description: The body of the instrument is an elongated pear shape with decoration in a continuous pattern of hexagons across the entire front of the body. Inside each hexagon is an animal, a person, a tree or a flower.
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Date: 1475/1525~
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design