DBpia is a multidisciplinary full-text database of journal articles published by major Korean research institutions. There are over 1990 journal titles and more than 1,9 million articles included. Also includes KRpia. Made available with support from Korea Foundation. In Korean.
Your Chinese Internet Time-Machine. The DACHS website aim is archiving and making accessible Internet resouces relevant for Chinese Studies, with special emphasis given on social and political discourse as reflected by articulations on the Chinese Internet. DACHS contains collections of
Dacheng Modern China Journal Database covers c. 7,000 Chinese periodicals published from late Qing to 1949 covering a wide field of disciplines. humanities, social sciences, exact sciences, as well as popular journals. Examples include the Shidianzhai huabao, Xiandai, Shaonian Zhongguo,
Cecilia Bergstedt 2015 “The husband ploughs, the wife transplants, the buffalo harrows.” In rural Vietnam, this ancient saying has survived communist revolution, land reforms and the recent rise of market-oriented household farming. And yet, even if this trinity still pictures
Crossasia.org maintained by Staatsbiblothek zu Berlin offers access to research information in East and Southeast Asian studies. The CrossAsia is a platform mainly for German users, with access to licensed databases, including the eGovernment Archive, for registered users only (and
Denise Gimpel, Bent Nielsen & Paul Bailey (eds) 2012 China is in flux but – as argued by the contributors to this volume – change is neither new to China nor is it unique to that country; similar patterns are
Søren Ivarsson 2008 The existence of Laos today is taken for granted. But the crystallization of a Lao national idea and ultimate independence for the country was a long and uncertain process. This book examines the process through which Laos