Tzu-ti Huang (2020). Chinese bronze horse head returned to Old Summer Palace. Taiwan News. 1 December.
CGTN (2020). Cultural relics repatriated by U.S. find home in east China city. CGTN. 17 November.
The Value (2020). A Rare Buddha's Head Statue Once Looted by the Nazis Goes up for Auction in New York. The Value. 6 September.
Yiying Fan (2020). China Launches 1-Year Campaign Against Theft of Cultural Relics. Sixth Tone. 1 September.
Adolfo Arranz (2019). How the Forbidden City's treasures ended up divided between Beijing and Taipei. South China Morning Post. 3 February.
Yvette Tan (2019). Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China. BBC News. 16 January.
Isaac Beech (2018). Chinese villagers mourn lost deity as Dutch reject claim to mummified monk. The Sunday Times. 30 December.
Xinhua (2018). Exhibition showing achievements of cultural relics protection opens in Beijing. CTGN. 28 December.
James Rogers (2018). Tomb raiders 'spotted' from space as satellite data reveals looting of ancient sites. Fox News. 20 December.
Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports( )
Global Times (2018). Bronze dragon head believed to have been looted from Old Summer Palace during Second Opium War purchased by anonymous Chinese buyer at Paris auction: reports. Global Times. 19 December.
Xinhua (2018). Chinese villagers disappointed about Dutch rejection of mummy Buddha repatriation case. Xinhua. 14 December.
Laurie Chen (2018). After a century, a looted relic comes home. Inkstone. 13 December.
Natasha Frost (2018). A group of Chinese villagers traveled to Amsterdam to ask for the return of a mummified monk. Quartz. 1 November.
Kealey Boyd (2018). A Postmortem on Trump's Proposed Chinese Art Tariff. Hyperallergic. 3 October.
Chinese tomb raiders dug underground tunnels to steal priceless objects from 3,000-year-old Yin Xu royal site( )
Laurie Chen (2018). Chinese tomb raiders dug underground tunnels to steal priceless objects from 3,000-year-old Yin Xu royal site. South China Morning Post. 19 September.
Chinese residents flock to dig 'ancient silver coins' in the debris of collapsed houses after typhoon Mangkhut left( )
AFP (2018). Chinese residents flock to dig 'ancient silver coins' in the debris of collapsed houses after typhoon Mangkhut left. The Daily Mail. 18 September.
Margaret Carrigan (2018). Chinese art and antiquities spared from Trump's tariffs. The Art Newspaper. 18 September.
Simone McCarthy (2018). Buddha statue pulled from Sotheby's auction on suspicion it may be from China Unesco site. South China Morning Post. 14 September.
Siqi Cao (2018). China launches nationwide crackdown on smuggling of relics, antiques. Global Times. 17 July.
Associated Press (2018). Stolen 1,500-yr-old statue head returns to China. Daily Pakistan. 14 July.
ECNS (2018). Two relics of Old Summer Palace handed back. ECNS. 20 April.
Liping Gu (2018). Terracotta warrior damaged in U.S. to be repaired. ECNS. 16 April.
Yiqian Zhang (2018). Chinese pool personal money and resources to buy back artifacts lost overseas. Global Times. 12 April.
Liping Gu (2018). Philadelphia apologizes to China for damaged terracotta warrior. ECNS. 8 April.
Yujing Liu (2018). China probes if ancient bronze vessel to be auctioned in UK was looted. South China Morning Post. 29 March.
Luo Yunzhou (2018). Chinese netizens call for return of stolen ancient bronze vessel set for auction in UK. Global Times. 28 March.
Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects( )
Louise Moon (2018). Social media buzz around TV series on Chinese museums that could highlight country's 1.67 million 'stolen' objects. South China Morning Post. 23 March.
Georgina Adam (2018). Settlement reached in saga over Chinese buyer's unpaid Richter bill. The Art Newspaper. 22 March.
The Straits Times (2018). Toughest guards of Beijing's Palace Museum have uncanny speed, vicious bite. The Straits Times. 30 January.
Claire Voon (2018). Dennis Oppenheim Sculpture Is Destroyed After City Officials Claim It Has "No Artistic Value". Hyperallergic. 18 January.
Benjamin Sutton (2018). Christie's Employee and Former CIA Officer Is Accused of Betraying Informants in China. Hyperallergic. 17 January.
Eileen Kinsella (2018). A Christie's Security Staffer Has Been Accused of Being a Deadly Chinese Spy. ArtNet News. 17 January.
Catherine Wong (2018). Chinese antique dealer 'hired gang of tomb raiders and used stolen artefact as a coffee table'. South China Morning Post. 10 January.
Xinhua (2018). Ugandan tourism ministry hails China's "fantastic" ivory trade ban. Xinhua. 4 January.
Liping Gu (2017). Overseas Chinese help recover looted relics from abroad. ECNS. 17 December.
Simon Denyer (2017). Ivory sales in China finally end this month. But elephants aren't yet safe.. The Washington Post. 14 December.
Duncan DeAeth (2017). Temples in Taiwan upgrading security after thieves steal deities, try to mail them to China. Taiwan News. 12 December.
Xinhua (2017). Sunken ancient Chinese treasure returns home. Xinhua. 11 December.
Mengxi Gu (2017). Police recover Buddha heads. ECNS. 23 November.
Alice Shen (2017). Chinese gang face charges over Buddhist temple raid. South China Morning Post. 22 November.
Tomb raider gangs arrested after Chinese police smash ring that stole priceless artefacts from Han dynasty graves( )
Zhen Liu (2017). Tomb raider gangs arrested after Chinese police smash ring that stole priceless artefacts from Han dynasty graves. South China Morning Post. 19 November.
Ben Bland (2017). Patriotic collectors boost market for ancient Chinese artefacts. Financial Times. 18 November.
Liya Fan (2017). New Website Aims to Bring Home Missing Treasures. Sixth Tone. 17 November.
Dehua Chi (2017). China launches lost cultural relics information website. GB Times. 17 November.
Lauren Xandra (2017). The Chinese art and antique market in Britain: challenges and opportunities. Global Legal Post. 9 November.
BBC News (2017). China butterfly smugglers jailed and fined by Jinan court. BBC News. 8 November.
Sarah Cascone (2017). A Chinese Museum Has Removed Photographs Comparing Africans to Animals After a Public Outcry. ArtNet News. 13 October.
Shao Ke (2017). After Tip-Off, Police Roll Up Nationwide Tomb Raiding Gangs. Sixth Tone. 3 October.
Eleni Wah (2017). How China and America Can Protect the World's Antiquities. Foreign Affairs. 28 September.
Laurie Chen (2017). Chinese monument being used as climbing wall by visitors. South China Morning Post. 27 September.
George Psyllides (2017). Paphos mayor accuses foreign ministry staff of wrongdoing. Cyprus Mail. 22 September.
Laurie Chen (2017). China's Peking University to investigate graffiti found on ancient bell. South China Morning Post. 31 August.
Ashraf Abd al-Hameed (2017). Egypt returns stolen antique money to Iraq and China. Al Arabiya. 28 August.
Nevine El-Aref (2017). Egypt returns stolen currency artefacts to Iraq, China. Ahram Online. 28 August.
China Radio International (2017). Chinese police arrest 22 cultural relic thieves. GB Times. 18 August.
The Mice Times of Asia (2017). China: detained audacious looting of ancient tombs. The Mice Times of Asia. 11 August.
Steven Lee Myers (2017). Weaning Itself From Elephant Ivory, China Turns to Mammoths. The New York Times. 6 August.
Amy Qin (2017). Tomb Robbing, Perilous but Alluring, Makes Comeback in China. The New York Times. 15 July.
Xinhua (2017). Chinese villagers demand identity of stolen mummy Buddha's new holder. Xinhua. 15 July.
BBC News (2017). China villagers launch Dutch court bid to retrieve mummy. BBC News. 14 July.
Liping Gu (2017). Chinese villagers to claim back stolen mummy Buddha in Dutch court. ECNS. 13 July.
Caiyu Liu (2017). Dutch court to hear Buddha relic case. Global Times. 11 July.
Chen Huizhi (2017). 53 held for auction trading fraud. Shanghai Daily. 29 June.
Sadab Kitatta (2017). Uganda: Ivory Scam - Shame As Uganda Apologises to China. All Africa. 12 June.
Peter Neville-Hadley (2017). China's 'stolen' cultural relics: why the numbers just don't add up. Post Magazine. 9 June.
John Hooper, Ted Plafker (2017). Millions at stake as Chinese villagers take collector to court over "man in the Buddha". AFR. 2 June.
Global Times (2017). Birthday girl, boyfriend arrested for art theft. Global Times. 22 May.
Hou Qiang (2017). "Tomb raider" arrested after 23 years on the run. Xinhua. 14 May.
Speaking of Science Baby Louie, an infant dinosaur with a checkered past, finally gets a proper name( )
Ben Guarino (2017). Speaking of Science Baby Louie, an infant dinosaur with a checkered past, finally gets a proper name. The Washington Post. 9 May.
The Siberian Times (2017). 'Mammoth Man' detained as he smuggled tusk pieces under his clothes. The Siberian Times. 8 May.
Neil Connor (2017). Booming trade in mammoth ivory fuels fears over elephants. The Telegraph. 2 May.
Eva Li (2017). Chinese history buff uses feng shui knowledge to raid ancient tombs. South China Morning Post. 28 April.
Xinhua (2017). Stolen pagoda body returned to Chinese mainland. Xinhua. 16 April.
BBC News (2017). Cambridge Fitzwilliam stolen jade 'lost for generations', expert says. BBC News. 14 April.
BBC News (2017). Mammoth tusk haul seized by Chinese customs. BBC News. 13 April.
Charles Liu (2017). Beijing Officials Admit Artifacts Stolen From Famous Ming Tomb ... One Year Later. The Beijinger. 7 April.
Kinling Lo (2017). Hundreds of Chinese temple paintings recovered, 23 theft suspects arrested so far. South China Morning Post. 23 March.
Yang Sheng (2017). Relic hunters loot murals in Shanxi temples. Global Times. 22 March.
Sarah Cascone (2017). Dinosaur Egg-Stealing Spree Leads to Arrests in China. ArtNet News. 21 March.
AFP (2017). Chinese police arrest dinosaur-egg bandit. The Straits Times. 20 March.
Lisa Movius (2017). Terracotta Warriors' museum in battle over copyright with Chinese amusement park. The Art Newspaper. 20 March.
Mo Hong'e (2017). Chinese grave robbers poison themselves inside ancient tomb. ECNS. 10 March.
Kris Cheng (2017). House linked to China's 'founding father' damaged again. Hong Kong Free Press. 8 March.
Jun Mai (2017). With an eye to national identity, Beijing vows to stem loss of cultural treasures. South China Morning Post. 20 February.
Georgina Adam (2017). Battle over Kiefer's Beijing show escalates as curator rejects dealers' objections. The Art Newspaper. 14 February.
Date set for Chinese villagers' Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old 'stolen' gilded statute( )
Kinling Lo (2017). Date set for Chinese villagers' Dutch court battle over ownership of 1,000-year-old 'stolen' gilded statute. South China Morning Post. 3 February.
Claire Voon (2017). Chinese Authorities Smash Fake Terracotta Warriors Attraction. Hyperallergic. 18 January.
Douglas Quan (2017). 'Nothing fishy': Canadian owners of ancient fossils repatriated to China deny any wrongdoing. National Post. 17 January.
Li Yan (2017). Chinese museum demands return of horse sculptures from Pennsylvania. ECNS. 13 January.
Douglas Quan (2017). Canada returns two 200 million-year-old marine fossils smuggled from China. National Post. 12 January.
Tony Perrottet (2017). The Couple Who Saved China's Ancient Architectural Treasures Before They Were Lost Foreve. Smithsonian. 1 January.
Edward Wong (2016). China Bans Its Ivory Trade, Moving Against Elephant Poaching. The New York Times. 30 December.
Hu Min (2016). Huangpu River sculpture to go after 'copycat' row. Shanghai Daily. 30 November.
Fu Danni (2016). Grave Robbers' Search for Treasure Buries Them Alive. Sixth Tone. 28 November.
Caroline Elbaor (2016). After Anish Kapoor, Another Artist Claims China Copied Her Public Artwork. ArtNet News. 28 November.
CRIEnglish (2016). Stolen frescoes highlight concern for cultural relics. CRIEnglish. 25 November.
Xu Shanshan (2016). Ten incidents of stolen relics strike Shanxi. ECNS. 23 November.
Li Yan (2016). A look at the book the Metropolitan Museum of Art refuses to sell. ECNS. 22 November.
Lisa Movius (2016). Beijing museum says Anselm Kiefer exhibition will go ahead despite artist's protest. The Art Newspaper. 18 November.
Global Times (2016). Villagers try to retrieve stolen corpse of their ancestor from the Netherlands. Global Times. 16 November.
China Daily (2016). Ancient art returning home. China.org.cn. 14 November.
AFP (2016). Taiwan museum removes defaced statues given by Jackie Chan. Emirates 24/7. 14 November.
Shan Jie (2016). Govt stopping sale at Japan auction raises hopes about looted artifacts. Global Times. 8 November.
Li Yan (2016). Dutch court reportedly issues notice to collector of mummified statue. ECNS. 8 November.
Anny Shaw (2016). China cracks down on illegal trade of cultural artefacts. The Art Newspaper. 4 November.
CRIEnglish (2016). Auctions for plundered cultural relics forbidden in China. CRIEnglish. 1 November.
Teng Jing Xuan (2016). Police Recover 300 Million Yuan Worth of Stolen Sichuan Relics. Caixin Online. 14 October.
Li Yan (2016). Local government attempts to restore Great Wall end up damaging landmark. ECNS. 12 October.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Chinese Contemporary Art Collector Guy Ullens Draws Fire for Allegedly Profit-Seeking Moves. ArtNet News. 7 October.
Associated Press (2016). Dismay over 'crude' repairs to ancient section of Great Wall of China. The Guardian. 22 September.
Wang Chao (2016). The Amateur Tomb Raiders Pilfering China's Artifacts. Sixth Tone. 9 September.
ICE (2016). ICE-rescued ancient fossil on display at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. ICE. 6 September.
Harry Readhead (2016). Bolton pub's ghost 'stolen' by Chinese artist. Metro. 30 August.
Shanghai Daily (2016). 4 suspected tomb raiders held in Hebei. China.org.cn. 22 August.
Xinhua (2016). Tomb raiders jailed in Liaoning Province. Shanghai Daily. 17 August.
Eileen Kinsella (2016). Trial Resumes for Man Accused of Defrauding Art Collecting Widow of $817,000. ArtNet News. 15 August.
Deborah Lehr (2016). The Potential Dark Side of China's Art and Antiquities Boom. The Diplomat. 12 August.
China's Historical Relics to Be Preserved; Local Government Punishes Tomb Raiders Backed by Private Art Collectors( )
Ana Ablaza (2016). China's Historical Relics to Be Preserved; Local Government Punishes Tomb Raiders Backed by Private Art Collectors. Yibada. 10 August.
Peter Fuhrman (2016). How China Must Reclaim Its Lost Cultural Heritage. Frontera News. 8 August.
Brian Boucher (2016). Ai Weiwei's Lawyer, Zhou Shifeng, Sentenced to Seven Years for 'Subversion'. ArtNet News. 4 August.
Artlyst (2016). China's Toilet Shaped Building Defies Architecture Ban. Artlyst. 14 July.
Margaux Schreurs (2016). Lawsuit Underway to Bring Illegally Traded Chinese Self-Mummified Buddhist Statue Back Home. The Beijinger. 17 June.
Xinhua (2016). Villagers in court over stolen statue. Shanghai Daily. 16 June.
Anisa Subedar (2016). Art disasters: Boy reduces £10,000 Lego statue to rubble. BBC News. 1 June.
Atul Aneja (2016). China hopes to reunite "stolen" Buddhist relics in the virtual world. The Hindu. 24 May.
Claire Voon (2016). Kids Smash Art at Glass Museum While Adults Stand by Filming. Hyperallergic. 23 May.
Claire Voon (2016). China Will Publicly Shame Vandals Who Tag Mount Everest Base Camp. Hyperallergic. 16 May.
Associated Press (2016). Revered Chinese monk is mummified and covered in gold leaf. The Daily Mail. 28 April.
Feng Shuang (2016). Tomb thieves sentenced for protected relics robbery. ECNS. 15 April.
Xinhua (2016). Tomb-raiding gang leader faces death. Shanghai Daily. 15 April.
Ben Blanchard (2016). China's Xi orders better protection of cultural heritage. Reuters. 12 April.
Alicia Tan (2016). Chinese villagers loot UNESCO World Heritage site while it's being cleaned. Mashable. 4 April.
Chinese man arrested on suspicion of planning to sell ancient artefacts he found in tomb buried in backyard( )
Catherine Wong (2016). Chinese man arrested on suspicion of planning to sell ancient artefacts he found in tomb buried in backyard. South China Morning Post. 25 March.
Scott Reyburn (2016). Market for Chinese Art Is Increasingly in China. The New York Times. 25 March.
Frank Fang (2016). China Fights Losing Battle Against Tomb Raiders. The Epoch Times. 16 March.
Lucy Hornby (2016). Buddha's return belies tensions between Beijing and Taipei. Financial Times. 11 March.
Francis Eduard Ang (2016). Stolen Buddha Head Displayed at Museum of China in Beijing. Yibada. 3 March.
Jonathan Knott (2016). Police praised for museum thefts investigation. Museums Journal. 3 March.
Leo Hornak (2016). Failed rhino heist brings Dead Zoo Gang to justice. PRI. 1 March.
Jessica Elgot (2016). Gang may have stolen antiquities for Chinese market, says expert. The Guardian. 1 March.
Shanghai Daily (2016). Taiwan Buddhist helps lost statue head home after 20 years. Shanghai Daily. 26 February.
Liyan Qi (2016). Cultural Protection Law Revision Triggers Doubts as China's Economy Slows. The Wall Street Journal. 26 February.
Wang Fan (2016). Ancient Buddha sculpture head to return to mainland after 20 years. ECNS. 22 February.
Chu Yiming (2016). Roof Sculpture Missing in Forbidden City. CRIEnglish. 19 February.
Lisa Movius (2016). Chinese artist retracts forgery claims about disputed Hairdressing paintings. The Art Newspaper. 7 February.
Lucy Liu (2016). Five men paraded through the streets of Guizhou as punishment for stealing cultural relics. Shanghaiist. 30 January.
Alexandra Seno (2016). Jackie Chan's bronzes draw critics and vandals to new Taipei museum. The Art Newspaper. 30 January.
Grave robbing gone wrong: Chinese tomb raiders suffocate after setting off dynamite while trying to break into ancient burial site( )
Sophie Williams (2016). Grave robbing gone wrong: Chinese tomb raiders suffocate after setting off dynamite while trying to break into ancient burial site. The Daily Mail. 15 January.
Stephen Montemayor (2016). St. Cloud State professor pleads guilty to trafficking up to $1.5 million in rhino horn, ivory. Star Tribune. 13 January.
Alice Yan (2016). Chinese 'tomb raider' and gang jailed for plunder of ancient relics. South China Morning Post. 5 January.
Qian Ruisha (2015). Brickyard digs into ancient burial site for material. ECNS. 18 December.
Yao Lan (2015). Chinese court accepts suit over stolen mummy. ECNS. 13 December.
Xinhua (2015). Villagers reject mummy conditions. Shanghai Daily. 11 December.
ICE (2015). ICE returns ancient dinosaur fossil, ancient cultural artifacts to China. ICE. 10 December.
Lomi Kriel (2015). ICE agents to return 120-million-year-old micro-raptor to China. Houston Chronicle. 9 December.
Wang Fan (2015). Dutch collector puts conditions on stolen Buddha statue's return to China. ECNS. 8 December.
Celine Ge (2015). China's ancient treasures under siege from army of tomb raiders. South China Morning Post. 4 December.
Al Jazeera (2015). China: Faking It. Al Jazeera. 26 November.
The Siberian Times (2015). Major seizure of woolly mammoth tusks and precious stones bound for China. The Siberian Times. 25 November.
Francis Eduard Ang (2015). Yangchun Villagers Hire Lawyers to Sue Dutch Collector Over Stolen Mummified Buddha Statue. Yibada. 20 November.
Huaxia (2015). China Exclusive: Fujian villagers sue after Dutch collector refuses to return stolen god. Xinhua. 18 November.
Wang Fan (2015). Field investigation complete on village's case to reclaim 1,000-year old statue. ECNS. 17 November.
China Daily (2015). Fujian villagers turn to legal act to claim Buddha statue with a mummified monk. What's On Xiamen. 16 November.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). Ai Weiwei Accuses Lego of Censorship and Discrimination Over Bulk Order Refusal. ArtNet News. 26 October.
Wang Fan (2015). Return of mummified statue urged before 'birthday'. ECNS. 15 October.
Ma Ruohan (2015). Ancient Watchtower on the Great Wall Harmed during Film Shooting. CRIEnglish. 14 October.
ICE (2015). Colorado dinosaur fossil smuggler sentenced in Wyoming. ICE. 14 October.
Mark O'Neill (2015). Amazing journey: how China hid palace artefacts from Japanese invaders. South China Morning Post. 9 October.
Krista Lomu (2015). Protecting China's cultural heritage. GBTimes. 7 October.
Carey Dunne (2015). Big Brother Is Bugging Ai Weiwei. Hyperallergic. 5 October.
Associated Press (2015). 3 tomb raiders die from lack of air while attempting to rob ancient grave in central China. Fox. 30 September.
Reuters (2015). Vanishing artefacts: China's cultural treasures stolen or destroyed from lack of resources. South China Morning Post. 28 September.
Xinhua (2015). French collector returns gold artifacts to China. Xinhua. 22 September.
Lucian Harris (2015). A Market Transcendent: Demand for Himalayan Bronze Is on the Rise. Blouin ArtInfo. 20 September.
Want China Times (2015). Tradition of vandalizing China's treasures endures at Palace Museum. Want China Times. 15 September.
Jennifer Saltman (2015). Richmond man pleads guilty to complex Chinese treasure 'gold' scam. The Province. 4 September.
Auction for bargain hunters! Bonhams puts 'cheaper' items under the hammer to attract new collectors( )
Lana Lam (2015). Auction for bargain hunters! Bonhams puts 'cheaper' items under the hammer to attract new collectors. South China Morning Post. 30 August.
The Economist (2015). The Bean and the Bubble. The Economist. 29 August.
Felicia Sonmez (2015). 'Cloud Gate'-Gate: Artist Refutes Chicago Mayor over China Art. The Wall Street Journal. 14 August.
Helen Thompson (2015). What's Behind China's Professional Tomb Raiding Trend?. Smithsonian. 11 August.
Robert Fulford (2015). How a Chinese librarian made $6 million in forged art over two years. National Post. 10 August.
Naomi Ng (2015). Chinese police find stolen dinosaur skeleton and 213 fossilised eggs hidden in village house. South China Morning Post. 6 August.
Hou Qiang (2015). China Focus: Tomb raiders put Chinese history in grave danger. Xinhua. 2 August.
Sébastien Blanc (2015). Return of Chinese Antiquities Sparks Collectors' Fury. Khmer Times. 23 July.
Niu Honglin (2015). Curator Theft Raises Museum Alarms. CRIEnglish. 23 July.
Nicola Davison (2015). Chinese librarian replaced 140 masters paintings with works he painted himself. The Telegraph. 21 July.
Associated Press (2015). Man admits swapping classic Chinese artworks for fakes he painted himself. The Guardian. 21 July.
Henry Samuel (2015). France discreetly returns looted gold antiquities to China. The Telegraph. 6 July.
CRIEnglish (2015). Gov't Restrictions Block Ways for Chinese Relics to Return Home. CRIEnglish. 3 July.
Ellis Liang (2015). Chinese man fights for return of 100 million yuan in seized antiques, ancient artefacts. South China Morning Post. 1 July.
AFP (2015). Almost a third of China's Great Wall has disappeared. The Guardian. 29 June.
Karl E. Meyer (2015). The Chinese Want Their Art Back. The New York Times. 20 June.
Global Times (2015). Raiding the tomb raiders. Global Times. 31 May.
BBC News (2015). China makes mass arrests over stolen artefacts. BBC News. 27 May.
CCTV (2015). 175 grave robbers arrested in biggest-ever tomb raid. CCTV. 27 May.
Henri Neuendorf (2015). German Art Dealer Accused of Fraud in €55 Million China Academy of Art Design Deal. ArtNet News. 26 May.
CCTV (2015). Ceremony held as stolen head of statue returned after 18 years. CCTV. 23 May.
Shanghaiist (2015). Dutch owner vows to send 'living Buddha' statue back to China. Shanghaiist. 20 May.
Xie Cheng (2015). Tourists Severely Vandalize Ancient Paintings at Summer Palace. CRIEnglish. 15 May.
Courthouse News Service (2015). Texas Rhino-Horn Smuggler Sentenced. Courthouse News Service. 14 May.
Vincent Noce (2015). French collectors hand back gold to China they had given to Musée Guimet. The Art Newspaper. 12 May.
Duncan Hewitt (2015). Beijing's Old Summer Palace Replica Controversially Built As History Lesson For Young Generation. International Business Times. 11 May.
Ma (2015). Dutch Collector Agrees to Return Mummified Buddha. CRIEnglish. 8 May.
CNTV (2015). Master Xingyun of Taiwan donates relics to place of origin. CNTV. 7 May.
Xinhua (2015). Stolen Buddha sculpture head to unite with the body at Taiwan exhibition. Xinhua. 5 May.
Amy Quin (2015). Mummy Displayed in Hungary Sets Chinese Villagers in Pursuit of Lost Icon. The New York Times. 3 May.
Amy Qin (2015). Mummy Displayed in Hungary Sets Chinese Villagers in Pursuit of Lost Icon. The New York Times. 3 May.
The Economist (2015). Stolen artefacts: Relics of plunder. The Economist. 4 April.
Shanghai Daily (2015). Chinese villagers write to Dutch PM for return of mummified buddha. Shanghai Daily. 29 March.
Richelle Simon (2015). Chinese police arrest feng shui master and 174 others for looting antiquities. The Art Newspaper. 27 March.
Oliver Geng (2015). China's Stolen Monk Mummy Controversy Spurs Claims of Another. The Wall Street Journal. 27 March.
Wei Wang (2015). Dutch Collector Willing to Return "Mummy Buddha". CRIEnglish. 27 March.
Jane Perlez (2015). Q. and A.: Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac on 'The China Collectors'. Sinosphere. 26 March.
Huan Si (2015). Authority launches campaign to retrieve lost Buddha. Ecns. 24 March.
Amanda Wu (2015). Australia Returns Precious Qing Dynasty Statue to China. Women of China. 6 March.
Margaux Schreurs (2015). Artworks Looted from Beijing's Old Summer Palace Stolen in French Art Heist. The Beijinger. 3 March.
Sybille de La Hamaide (2015). Rare objects stolen from Fontainebleau palace's Chinese museum. Reuters. 1 March.
Chris Bowlby (2015). The palace of shame that makes China angry. BBC News. 2 February.
Summit Passary (2014). Tomb of Han Dynasty king filled with cultural relics, treasures rediscovered in China. Tech Times. 6 August.
Laura Zhou (2014). Chinese court rejects family's right to treasures in their great-grandfather's tomb. South China Morning Post. 8 July.
Jamal Shahid (2014). China-bound passenger held with over 2,000 rare ancient coins. Dawn. 2 June.
CCTV (2014). 28,000 Ancient Books Returned to China. CCTV. 5 May.
Kwame Opoku (2014). China's Purchase Of Chinese Looted Artifacts: An Example For Other States?. Eurasia Review. 24 March.
Xo Donghuan (2014). Private buyers from Hunan recover ancient bronze vessel, the Min Fanglei. South China Morning Post. 22 March.
Eileen Kinsella (2014). Christie's CEO Was "Panicked" Over Chinese Buyer Default, Leading to Private Sale of Ancient Bronze. ArtNet News. 21 March.
Chinese Collectors Secure 'Min' Fanglei at Christie's, Auction Cancelled, Sale Price Exceeds $20 million( )
Eileen Kinsella (2014). Chinese Collectors Secure 'Min' Fanglei at Christie's, Auction Cancelled, Sale Price Exceeds $20 million. ArtNet News. 19 March.
The History Blog (2014). 1,500-year-old tomb in Mongolia saved from looters. The History Blog. 14 March.
Li Yan (2014). US returns Tang Dynasty stone coffin to China. ECNS. 7 March.