In the royal architecture of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), names carried extraordinary significance. They underlined the rulers’ political philosopy and ideology, and signified status.
Mya Ga Naing is a silent film produced by A1 Film Production in 1934 in Myanmar. It is the most ancient Myanmar film in existence.
There are two documents are the artifacts of collective actions undertaken by independent intellectuals of the Joseon period (1392-1910), to influence reforms in important state affairs toward ethical politics prescribed by Confucian ideology.
The Four Treatises contain the sowa rigpa theoretical system and practice of Tibetan medicine developed since the 8th century , combining pre-Buddhist knowledge and practices with Chinese, Indian and Persian medical traditions.
The administrative records created during world war two and records of the aftermath of the war.
An atlas of the journey of the Vietnam envoys in the 18th century.
The Archives preserves and protects rare volumes of journals, text books and other reference materials on leprosy.
The Archives of Nanyang Volunteer Drivers and Mechanics (Nanqiao Jigong) focus on more than 3,000 drivers and mechanics residing in Nanyang (an old Chinese name for Southeast Asia) who provided international material transportation during the Sino-Japanese War and World War II.
The Anandacandra Stone Inscription provides evidence of the early history of Rakhine from late B.C. to the 8th century A.D.
The Agreements with Native Governments are the only original documents that are evidence of when each of the Ellis Islands submitted to the British Empire.