Via PressReader’s collection you can read a number of Asian newspapers and magazines on the day they are published. In the new version PressReader it is possible to set your own account and customize the outlook of PressReader by choosing
Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) is the most comprehensive Western-language bibliographical database for research on East, Southeast and South Asia. Published by the Association for Asian Studies, it covers all subjects with special focus on the humanities and social sciences. Red
China Data Insights is a new and more userfriendly version of China Statistical Yearbooks Database (CSYD). The content is the same as CSYD and it is also possible to go to CSYD via the link to “Old Version” in the
Provides access to legal news, laws & regulations, judicial cases, law journals, international treaties, white papers, legal glossary and guides to world law. There is also an English translations version which enables comparison with the original Chinese text.
The Greater China Archival Resources Web Archive collects websites belonging to established, physical archives and learned archival societies located in the Greater China region, and archival projects from or about the Greater China region. Under the Chinese government, local archives
Archive of older Hong Kong Journals: Hong Kong Lawyer (1993-2000) Hong Kong Medical Journal 香港醫學雜誌 (1995-) Journal of The Hong Kong Medical Association 香港醫學會醫刊 (1985-1994) The Bulletin of the Hong Kong Medical Association (1970-1984) The Bulletin of the Hong Kong Chinese Medical Association 香港中華醫學會醫刊 (1948-1969)
The Hong Kong University Theses Collection holds theses and dissertations submitted for higher degrees to the University of Hong Kong since 1941. The first recorded thesis was dated 1928, though all theses prior to 1941 were lost during the occupation
Institutional Repositories for 8 universities in Hong Kong presented by JULAC (Joint University Librarians Advisory Committee).
Ray Yep (ed) 2013 Local autonomy is a complex and often contentious issue in many countries, not least because the situation often involves a process of continuous (re)negotiation. Moreover, the actual power relationship is defined not only by legal permissibility