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The Dowager Empress Cixi (1835 - 1908): Ruling from behind the Yellow Silk Screen David Rosier Thursday 28 November 2019

David Rosier is a Chartered Insurer by profession and a Fellow of the Assurance Medical Society, with extensive international experience as an author and lecturer in Medical Risk Assessment. He has in excess of 25 years of working and living in Asia. Whilst living in Hong Kong (1991-2004) he assembled a collection of approximately 700, predominately Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Imperial and related textiles/costume accessories. He is a past Committee Member of the Hong Kong Textile Society and a frequent speaker on Imperial Insignia and Badges of Rank.