Time, Culture and Identity: the co-creation of historical research and co-development of visitor experience in China and the UK
 Jeffrey Johnson, 2012, “The Museumification of China”, M+ Matters, Of the Moment: China’s Museum Boom.
 Alice EKMAN, “The Distinctive Features of China’s Middle Classes”, Asie.Visions 69, June 2014; Morris, Hargreaves, Mcintyre for the British Council, Creating a global language for understanding arts audiences: China country report, 2014.
 Dagmar Schäfer and Jia-Ou Song, 2017, “Interpreting the Collection and Display of Contemporary Science in Chinese Museums as a Reflection of Science in Society”, In: Challenging Collections: Approaches to the Heritage of Recent Science and Technology, ed. Alison Boyle and Johannes Hagmann, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, pp.88 -103.
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 Baichun Zhang, 2012, “The Transmission of the European Clock-Making Technology into China in the 17th-18th Centuries”. In: Koetsier T., Ceccarelli M. (eds) Explorations in the History of Machines and Mechanisms. History of Mechanism and Machine Science, vol. 15. (Dorcrech: Springer).
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 Joseph Needham, Wang Ling and Derek de Solla Price Heavenly Clockwork, Cambridge University Press, 1986
 Further information on audiences at the Palace Museum can be found in their publication: Palace Museum, 2008, Survey on Demographics of visitors to the Palace Museum, p.231
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 E.P. Thompson, 1967, “Time, Work-discipline, and Industrial Capitalism”, Past and Present, 38:1, pp. 56-97.
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 Giordano Nanni, 2012, The Colonisation of Time: Ritual, Routine and Resistance in the British Empire, (Manchester University Press)
 Judy Wajcman, 2015, “Pressed for Time: The Acceleration of Life in Digital Capitalism”,(Chicago: University of Chicago Press).
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 Wei, L.W. (2009) Creative Industries are Changing China. Beijing; Sejul Malde, Fit for China: Understanding what is needed to develop new online audiences for UK arts and heritage in China, 2016.
 Mandy Zuo, “How China is using technology to bring its ancient — and more recent past – back to life” South China Post, 81 February 2018.
 For example, see: https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/discover/whats-your-londonview https://www.nms.ac.uk/national-museum-of-scotland/things-to-see-and-do/past exhibitions/photography-a-victorian-sensation/
 Susie Fisher, What do visitors make of the spectacular Mathematics: The Winton Gallery? Audience Evaluation November 2017; Fisher, Susie How did visitors experience the Robots exhibition at the Science Museum? November 2017; Sutton, T. Information Age Summative Evaluation: Interactive Models Summative Evaluation Report. 2015.