Asian Art Museum: Online videos of the collections held by San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum
The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Numerous essays on East Asian Art. Sample titles include “Art of the Korean Renaissance, 1400-1600,” “Chinese Buddhist Sculpture,” and “Japanese Illustrated Handscrolls.”
An Art Teacher in China
Paper Republic: Chinese literature in translation
Randian: A Hong Kong-based online magazine that covers the contemporary arts scene.
LEAP: The International Art Magazine of Contemporary China
Wild China Travel Blog
A Geek in Japan
Japan Focus: The Asia-Pacific Journal
Japan Subculture Research Center
Japanese Contemporary Art
Just Hungry: Japanese Recipes
Marc Festal: Art curator and critic specializing in Japanese photography
Super Cheap Japan
Tofugu: A blog about Japanese language and culture
Ask a Korean
Eat your Kimchi: Website dedicated to K-pop, food, and daily life in Korea (and Japan)
Inspire me Korea Blog
Korea: Monthly magazine published by the Korean Culture and Information Service
Koreana: Quarterly of the Korea Foundation, focuses on art and culture
The Korea Herald Online
Korean Heritage: Quarterly of the Cultural Heritage Administration
Neon but More: South Korea Lifestyle Blog
FREE BOOK PDF DOWNLOADS
Barnhart, Richard M. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Vol. 10, Asia. 1987.
Carpenter, John T. with contributions by Midori Oka. The Poetry of Nature: Edo Paintings from the Fishbein-Bender Collection. 2018.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Arts of Korea: A Resource for Educators.
Milker, Elizabeth J., et al. eds. The Year One: Art of the Ancient World East and West. 2000.
Priest, Alan and Pauline Simmons. Chinese Textiles: An Introduction to the Study of their History, Sources, Technique, Symbolism, and Use. 1934.
Smith, Judith, ed. Arts of Korea. 1998.
Smith, Judith. A Decade of Collecting, 1984-1993: Friends of Asian Art Gifts. 1993.
Watt, James C.Y., and Anne E. Wardwell. When Silk was Gold: Central Asian and Chinese Textiles. 1997.
Cambell, Sarah, Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki
WWII & Atomic Bomb Museum Exhibits: Japanese and American Perspectives