Fulltext-database with access to the Renmin Ribao (People’s Daily) from 1946-2012. Content of issues 1946-2003 are also available in an easy chronological list with text version only at http://www.ziliaoku.org/rmrb/. For issues 2012-2016 see Renmin ribao (People’s Daily) 2012-2016 For issues
Duncan McCargo (ed) 2002 Since 1932, Thai politics has undergone numerous political ‘reforms’, often accompanied by constitutional revisions and shifts in the location of power. Following the events of May 1992, there were strong pressures from certain groups in Thai
Website from ‘International Network for Korean Studies Librarians (INKSLIB).The INKSLIB provides support to overseas Koreanology librarians through offering various services on its website including ‘Reference Sources for Koreanology’ and ‘Ask a Librarian for Librarians’. The reference sources covers General works,
Ruth McVey 1993 Uses examples from historical and modern Indonesian societies and from various religions of the archipelago to illuminate the relationship between religion and political power.
John Coast (edited by Laura Noszlopy) 2015 This gripping memoir narrates the formative years of the Indonesian nation through the lens of English adventurer John Coast. After years in Japanese POW camps where he first met Indonesians and learned Malay,
Melanie Beresford & Angie Ngoc Tran (eds) 2004 Transition economies allow the study of fundamental questions about the nature of markets. How do they arise and do they necessarily follow the same modus operandi as markets in other countries? How
Elisabeth L. Engebretsen & William Schroeder (eds), with Hongwei Bao 2015 This book brings together some of the most exciting, original and cutting-edge work being conducted on contemporary queer China. The volume includes original essays by some of the most
Johan Fischer 2009 The West has seen the rise of the organic movement. In the Muslim world, a similar halal movement is rapidly spreading. Malaysia is at the forefront of this new global phenomenon. Exploring consumption practices in urban Malaysia,