Digitized Chinese materials

Chinese pictorial works 

Ershiba fojiao zhi xiang (28 pictures of Buddhist deities) (Anonymous)

Xichu ninhua (戲齣年畫; Chinese opera illustrations)

 民间年画 (New Year prints)

來富唱山歌前後本 ; 八美比武 (Popular prints)

Polupar goods (伏羲 etc.)

Chinese block prints
 
Pipa ji by Gao Ming from the collection: Yuefu yushu, 1599 CE

 

Shuihu zhuan juan 15-19 ca. 1600 (From the novel Water magins)

 

Xinjuan quanxiang Mayi xiangfa 1741 (Physiognomy, Chiromancy and fortune-telling.)




Dianbao jielüe 1873 CE (An outline of telegraphy)



Dianbao xinshu 1872 CE (number-code to the Chinese telegraphy)
 
 
Dianxin xinfa 1871 (new number-code to the Chinese telegraphy)

 
 
Almanac in Chinese from 1846 CE



Cansang hebian 1844 CE (Silk production)  

Yuli chaozhuan jingshi (Exhortation to moral behaviour pattern with illustrations)

See also other Chinese block prints

 Chinese manuscripts

The International Dunhuang Project (IDP)
Within this project, the Royal Library's collection of 14 Dunhuang scrolls (containing 16 differents texts) has been digitised and made available online.