Weaving a Web of Culture!
The Cultural Cafe catch the Apex of Cultural Art in their Net

San Jose, CA--Lee & Lee Communications today announced the addition of western art, science, and language titles now available on the Cultural Cafe' web site (

The site, originally a showcase of Chinese Art on CD-ROM, VHS, and DVD/DVD-ROM now features titles on the Hermitage, Mapplethorpe, The Harvard Art collection, Japanese art from the Edo period, ancient Egyptian art and more. Books and musical recommendations are also being added to the site for purchase to provide a complete cultural overview.

Spurred by the recent success of their "Treasure the Treasures" series--a six-volume odyssey of interactive art tours featuring the art housed in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan. Lee & Lee has been specially commissioned since l992 to develop Multimedia titles with content specializing in Chinese culture, art and humanities.

The "Treasure the Treasures" Series includes:

"The National Palace Museum"-A Treasure-house of Chinese Art
(English/Chinese/Japanese) Windows

"A City of Cathay" View Chinese Life through a Famous Painting

(English/Chinese Japanese)Windows

"The Dragon in Chinese Art" Selections from the National Palace Museum

(English/Chinese) Windows

"National Treasures" Gems of China's Cultural Relics

(English/Chinese) Windows

"The National Palace Museum Experience" A Fully Guided CD-ROM Tour
(English/Chinese) Windows and Mac

"Glory of Chinese Calligraphy"

(English version available Oct.1999) Windows

The site as recently been updated to include art and language titles from around the world. The language titles currently only provide training for the languages of Asia including "Chinese Partner", "Japanese Partner", "Korean Partner", "Understanding Chinese" and "Understanding Chinese Pronunciation: A 10-day course."

The site also utilizes Icat e-commerce services, a division of Intel, to provide a safe online experience. Gift orders may be placed and shipped directly to friends and family. There is a special institutional form for schools and museums to place orders using a purchase order.

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