Time, Culture and Identity: A Digital and Creative Professional’s Perspective on Interpreting Historical Clocks in Museum Environments. Dominic Robson. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 A Conservator’s Perspective on the Approach to Historical Clocks. Matthew Read. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 Transfer of European Clock-Making Technology into China during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Zhang Baichun. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 Introduction: Creativity and Imagination through Time, Culture and Identity. Tilly Blyth, Yao Yan'an. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 The Search for Antimalarial Drugs and the Discovery of Artemisinin. Li Runhong,Zhang Daqing. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(2):2020.

 Building Warships and Nurturing Technical Talent at the Foochow Navy Yard during the Self-Strengthening Movement. Li Mingyang. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(2):2020.

 Preliminary Research on the Mathematical Methods and Order of Problems in the “Fangcheng” Chapter of Yang Hui’s Mathematical Methods (1261 CE). Zhou Xiaohan. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(1):2020.

 Time, Culture and Identity: Exploring Horological Collections with UK-China Museum Audiences. Carol CHUNG. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 On the Motions of Four Pagoda Clocks in the Forbidden City. LI Yezhuo, CHEN Yu-Hsun, YAN Hong-Sen. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.

 British Clocks in Eighteenth-Century China: Presents, Tribute, or Trade?. Roger SMITH. Chinese Annals of History of Science and Technology. 4(s):2020.