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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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Journal of National Essence (國粹學報)

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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 […]

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National Social Science Database

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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.

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Private Academies of Chinese Learning in Meiji Japan: The Decline and Transformation of the Kangaku Juku

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Margaret Mehl 2003 The establishment of a national education system soon after the Meiji Restoration of 1868 is recognized as a significant factor in Japan’s modernization, hence research on education is concentrated on the state system. However, this development did not mean the disappearance of the juku, the private academies which were so much a […]

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Power and Dissent in Imperial japan: Three Forms of Political Engagement

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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 […]

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