Subject: China studies

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Chinese-English Dictionary of Ming Government Official Titles 明代職官中英辭典

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This bilingual dictionary is developed through a crowd-translation project that was funded by CEAL- The Council of East Asian Libraries and Mellon Foundation. This is the first edition. The project team encourages scholars to use it and to send them their revision suggestions, if any. they will update the dictionary based upon your suggestions. Note […]

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Decoding China dictionary

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What does Xi Jinping mean when he talks about the rule of law? How does the Chinese leadership define multilateralism? Did you know that China’s Socialist Core Values include democracy and freedom? What is Document No. 9 and why does it reject universal values? And what is meant by “a community of shared future for mankind”? The Decoding China Dictionary seeks to answer these questions and to serve as a guide to […]

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National Library of China Digital Collections – Ancient books

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The National Library of China  provides free access to the content in the  古籍资源 section of their Digital collections of Ancient books The collection includes 文研汉籍影像库、法藏敦煌遗书、哈佛大学善本特藏、天津图书馆古籍、云南图书馆古籍、上海图书馆家谱、数字古籍、赵城金藏、中华医药典籍、碑帖菁华、敦煌遗珍、甲骨世界、年画撷英、前尘旧影、数字方志、宋人文集、西夏论著、西夏文献、中华古籍善本联合书目、徽州家谱20个资源库. Using Chrome browser is recommended.

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Early Chinese Periodicals Online (EPCO)

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ECPO joins together several important digital collections of the early Chinese press and puts them into a single overarching framework: WoMag  (http://womag.uni-hd.de) is a richly-tagged database of the contents of four influential women’s magazines published between 1904 and 1937, including scanned copies and additional high-level scans of images and fukan/insert materials. Xiaobao (http://xiaobao.uni-hd.de) provides basic publication data […]

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Chinese Women’s Magazines in the late Qing and early Republican period

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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, 1931-37). All magazines can be browsed chronologically, by year/volume, month, and issue down to the […]

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Unofficial poetry journals from China

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Leiden University Libraries has made a large number of unofficial poetry journals from China accessible online in this collection with  thousands of pages from an internationally unique collection of unofficial Chinese poetry for teaching, research, and the general public, including literary criticism and polemics. Presentation “Unofficial or “underground” poetry publications—especially journals, but also one-off multiple-author […]

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Journal of Current Chinese Affairs

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The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs is a peer reviewed, Open Access academic journal published three times a year by the GIGA Institute for Asian Studies, Hamburg. The journal focuses on current developments in Greater China.

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Exploring Republican China in the USC Digital Library: An Experimental Metadata Analysis

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This exploratory study analyzes the metadata of over 1,500 items in various categories from digital collections related to Republican China (1911-1949) in the University of Southern California Digital Library. It uses data visualization, mapping, social network analysis, and other analytic tools to investigate their coverage and connections in terms of geographic locations, timeline, historical figures […]

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