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Provided by the National Research Foundation of Korea this website gives access to (at present) 1250 journals of which 53 are available in fulltext. Subjects covered Humanities (334) Social Science (476) Natural Science (48) Engineering (69) Medicine and Pharmacy (150) Marine Agriculture, Fishery (23) Arts and Kinesiology (71) Interdisciplinary Studies (78)
KSI e-book is a full-text database of approx 9,000 e-books published by KSI (Korean Studies Information) on philosophy, religion, social science, natural science, engineering, arts, linguistics, literature, and history.
The East Asia Digital Library (EADL) is a portal site focusing on East Asian cultural and scientific resources. The National Library of Korea and the National Diet Library, Japan develop and operate the site collaboratively. The EADL makes primary materials about East Asia available free of charge and in multilingual format. In addition to simple […]Read more
Database of the China Academy of Social Sciences. Provides free access to CASS’ open access collections containing articles from 1921 – present, 2039 journals and 0ver 9 million articles in full-text. NNC institutions has direct access via the AsiaPortal. Other users may register as individual users for access at http://www.nssd.org. In Chinese.
The Library of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquiteis in Stockholm is open researchers, students and the public two afternoons per week. The collection is focused on East Asian art, culture and archeology. The collection contains books in Western languages and Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Books can only be used in the reading room of […]Read more
Lucie Olivová & Vibeke Børdahl (eds) 2009 Yangzhou, once the central place of literati and urban culture, is still one of the most important centres of traditional culture in China today. Over the years particular regional forms of art and entertainment have arisen here, some surviving into the present time. This richly illustrated volume celebrates […]Read more
John Becker (with the collaboration of Donald B. Wagner) 2013 When John Becker’s Pattern and Loom was posthumously published in 1987, the work was hailed as an important work that revealed much new knowledge on the development of weaving techniques across the centuries from China through to Europe. The key to the book’s almost forensic […]Read more
Monica Janowski 2014 This innovative and visually engaging study presents a legend from Borneo in which the Kelabit hero Tuked Rini ventures out into the cosmos to do battle in remote spirit-laden places, returning to his wife with the heads of his enemies. Accompanied by audio material and additional resources that will be developed on […]Read more