Asian Traditional Archery Research Network (ATARN): ATARN has been the leader for original research and articles on Asian Archery. Their section on Chinese Archery has a lot of nice articles about different aspects of Chinese Archery.
ATARN Forum: The ATARN forum is where craftsmen, researchers and traditional archery enthusiasts talk about everything from culture, to shooting technique, to ancient equipment, to DIY equipment, to ancient literature and pictures, etc. The benefit of registering is that you get to see the pictures that people post on the forum.
Chinese Archery Facebook Group: For Facebook users, there is a group dedicated to discussing all aspects of Chinese Archery from different eras. It's a nice resource for seeing posts related to the ancient and modern practice of traditional Chinese archery.
Manchu Archery: Peter Dekker is the leading expert on the study and revival on Manchu (Qing Dynasty 1644--1911 AD) archery traditions. His site is a good starting point for exploring this style of traditional archery.
Nomadic Arts Archery: Zack Djurica makes excellent quivers for Asiatic archery. The craftsmanship is superb, and his tireless research of antique quivers results in faithful reproductions of classic designs. We're proud to distribute his quivers.
Cathay Armory: Caesar Zhang's mission is to introduce the most authentic, historically-sourced Chinese armor reproductions to the world. Caesar is great to talk to when it comes to finding a suit of armor to suit your preferences from the Warring States period all the way up to the Qing Dynasty.
Legionnaire Archery: If you're interested in Native American archery, then Cesar Perez is a good guy to know. He is a friend of ours, and he has been making bows since his early teenage years.
Sylvan Archery: Hilary Greenland is a good friend of ours and specializes in hand making English longbows and arrows. She's long been involved in promoting traditional archery in the UK and abroad (see SPTA), and is author of the very informative reference, The Traditional Archer's Handbook.