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The Complete Collection of the Korean Study of Confucian Classics (한국경학자료시스템) by the Institute of Eastern Studies at Sungkyunkwan University contains 145 volumes ; Taehak (대학 /大學), Jungyong (중용/ 中庸), Noneo (논어/ 論語), Maengja (맹자/ 孟子), Seokyeong(서경/書經), Sikyeong (시경/詩經), Igyeong (이경/易經), Yegi (예기/ 禮記), and Chunju (춘추/ 春秋). It also contains annotations by Korean Confucian […]
“Transcultural Research – Heidelberg Studies on Asia and Europe in a Global Context presents peer-reviewed books by members of the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context: The Dynamics of Transculturality” as well as scholars from historical and empirical disciplines who are working on emerging fields that cross disciplinary boundaries. The book […]
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.
The Journal of National Essence (國粹學報) was published monthly from 1905 to 1911 in Shanghai at the end of the Qing dynasty by the 國粹派 or the National Essence Group. The National Essence Group held a conservative view and view on political and cultural reform of China tried to identify the national essence of China in order […]
Denise Gimpel, Bent Nielsen & Paul Bailey (eds) 2012 China is in flux but – as argued by the contributors to this volume – change is neither new to China nor is it unique to that country; similar patterns are found in other times and in other places. Indeed, on the basis of concrete case […]Read more
Hiromi Sasamoto-Collins 2013 This volume examines the careers and intellectual positions of three prominent Japanese “dissidents” in the later Imperial period – Minobe Tatsukichi, Sakai Toshihiko and Saitō Takao – as individual responses to the new forms of authority that appeared after the Meiji Restoration of 1868. The principles to which each adhered – the […]Read more