By Ronald G. Knapp
HONOLULU: UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII PRESS, 1999
185 PAGES, 249 ILLUSTRATIONS
Reviewed by Ann W. Norton
With increased interest in China’s culture, philosophies, history and politics over the last few decades, much has been written, both in scholarly and popular works. Ronald G. Knapp has now provided a thorough and highly readable book on a lesser-known part of Chinese life and traditions—its domestic architecture.