The ANU Library holds a number of unique, and in some cases rare and fragile, collections in both print and microfilm relating to the Chinese Cultural Revolution period (1966-1976). The material initially selected for inclusion in this database was from
Chinese Historical Newspapers database from Proquest includes 22 Chinese newspapers in English covering the period 1832-1953. The content is searchable and each publication’s contents can be browsed. Titles included are: * The Canton Times (1919-1920); Guangzhou, China * The China
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A comprehensive database for research on Chinese storytelling, including a research database with oral performances of storytelling, drama, audio- and video-recordings, written documents with relevance to storytelling, photos and pictorial art with relevance to storytelling as well as background information,
The WoMag database contains records about (almost) all articles, images, and advertisements of four important women’s magazines, namely _ Nüzi shijie_ (Women’s World, 1904-07), Funü shibao (The Women’s Eastern Times, 1911-17), Funü zazhi (The Ladies’ Journal, 1915-31), and Linglong (Elegance,
CiNii incorporates a number of databases, providing search facilities for academic periodicals published by universities, academic societies etc, with citation links to 17 million articles of which 4 millions are in fulltext. If the fulltext is available there is a
CiNii Books enables searching of information on books and journals that are held in university libraries in Japan. About 10 million titles held in 1200 university libraries (totaled over 100 million books), and about 1.5 million authors are included. CiNii
CityU Institutional Repository provides full-text access to articles, working papers, preprints, technical reports, conference papers and data sets in various digital formats. The repository is browsable and searchable by various categories.
Somchai Phatharathananunth 2011 This book is for anyone wondering whatever happened to Thailands vanished Marxist insurgents or interested in understanding the forces behind the mass demonstrations of peasants that periodically descend on Bangkok. Specifically, the book investigates the struggle of