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Fudan University Social Science Data Repository

Database

Fudan University’s Social Science Data Repository is an exchange and sharing platform. It includes both research results in the form of papers and articles as well as research data from different departments and institutions. There is also data from the Fudan Yangtze River Delta Social Transformation Survey which includes social data from the generation born […]

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DACHS – Digital Archive for Chinese Studies

Database

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 blogs,articles, special collections. Contact DACH via the online formulafor individual login for access to archived […]

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Chinese Storytelling Database

Database

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, upcoming conferences, and a bibliography. In English and Chinese

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China Articles on Demand – CAOD

Database

China Articles On Demand (CAOD) is a document delivery service of China Document Delivery Center (CDDC). It provides access to 14 million full-text articles from China against payment. Users can use credit cards to pay and download a full-text article in pdf.

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Historical Dictionary of the Indochina War (1945–1954): An International and Interdisciplinary Approach

E-book

Christopher E. Goscha 2011 This first historical dictionary in English of the Indochina War (1945–54) provides the most comprehensive account to date of one of the most important conflicts of the twentieth century. Over 1,600 entries provide in-depth, expert coverage of the Indochina War in all its dimensions. Goscha adopts a path-breaking dual international and […]

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In Search of Chin Identity: A Study in Religion, Politics and Ethnic Identity in Burma

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Lian H. Sakhong 2003 Prior to British annexation in 1896, Chinram was an independent country ruled by traditional tribal and local chiefs. Annexation saw the land divided between India and Burma and Chin society abruptly transformed, not least by the arrival of Christian missionaries. The conversion of the Chin to Christianity from traditional locally based […]

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Good Government: Nordic and East Asian Perspectives

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Geir Helgesen & Uichol Kim 2002 What is ‘good government’? Is it transparent, responsive, small and unobtrusive, or on the contrary, big and active? And is ‘good government’ the same everywhere, or do regional differences of opinion have to be acknowledged? This short study aims to answer some of these questions by presenting the opinions […]

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Better to Rely on Ourselves: Changing Social Rights in Urban China since 1979

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Hatla Thelle 2004 This study analyses changes in the protection of social rights in China since 1979 for the middle-income level of the urban population, based on family interviews and documentary studies. It tells how conditions for employment, housing, social security and education have undergone a complete transformation as a consequence of the transition to […]

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A Mencius Reader: For Beginning and Advanced Students of Classical Chinese

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Donald B. Wagner 2004 This textbook contains material for students of Classical Chinese at three different levels of difficulty: The first chapter of Mencius, reproduced from a modern punctuated edition, with very detailed notes and glosses intended for students in their second semester of Classical Chinese. The same chapter, reproduced from a Song wood-block edition, […]

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Clouds over Tianshan: Essays on Social Disturbance in Xinjiang in the 1940’s

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David D. Wang 1999 The 1940s saw the outbreak of the so-called Yili rebellion which led to the collapse of Chinese state authority over a wide area of Xinjiang in the chaotic years of the later 1940s. Much of the story has been told before but what is especially interesting here is Wang’s demonstration that […]

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