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Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland, Ohio: to support participation of two representatives from the Nanjing Museum in overseeing the retrospective exhibition The Art of Fu Baoshi at the Cleveland Museum of Art from September 2011 through April 2012.

Support travel to American museums and collections by Guoquiang Shan, curator of Chinese paintings, Palace Museum, Beijing.

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American Museum of Natural History

to support the participation of Dr. Nguyen Van Huy and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Thu Huong in a conference in New York in May 2014

eight-month internship at AMNH for conservation specialist Hoang Thi To Quyen from the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology beginning fall 2006

support for a six-month internship for intern Ms. Pham Lan Huong for October 2002 to March 2003

Support workshops on conservation methods to be presented by the museum's textile conservator, Vuka Roussakis, at three museums in Vietnam.

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UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History

to enable two scholars from the Fowler Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to collaborate with cultural specialists in Bhutan and India in preparation for an exhibition to be presented in Los Angeles and at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York

Support for international travel and research component of new exhibitions focusing on the lives of women textile-makers in Southeast Asia

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Michigan State University Museum

To support professional exchanges between the Yunnan Nationalities Museum (YNM) and the Michigan State University Museum (MSUM), focusing on building the digital capacity to foster ongoing sharing between ethnographic museums in China and the US.

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Amanda Mayer Stinchecum

for a two-month grant to undertake a needs-assessment survey of five private ethnological museums in the Yaeyama islands of Okinawa in fall 2012.

exhibition at the Japan Society that will focus on Ikat textiles and their possible role in ritual activity

to visit Japan for two months in fall 1985 to survey textile collections, meet with colleagues in the field, and explore the possibility of organizing a major exhibition of Japanese textiles for presentation in the United States

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