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general guide for finding materials on Asia at UF

China Studies Databases at UF

China Academic Journals (Qingdao Server) - Literature/History/Philosophy (Series F) 

Full-text Chinese language articles published in Chinese academic, trade, and popular journals. "Peer-reviewed" search filter available. Important for understanding local perspectives. Range of topics and depth of treatment also make this a good reading practice tool for intermediate to advanced Chinese learners.

Oxford Bibliographies Online: Chinese Studies 

Articles providing overview on topics within the field of Chinese Studies with bibliographic references. Useful for getting a handle on how a topic has been written about historically and more recently.

Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) 

Over 900,000 citations for western-language journal and review articles, conference proceedings, and book chapters on Asian humanities and social sciences topics. Dates back to 1971.

Siku Quanshu *

A fully text-searchable digital version of the "Siku Quanshu," or "The Complete Library in Four Sections," the largest collection of pre-modern Chinese texts.

*Note that accessing this resource requires installation onto your desktop. Please follow the instructions in this catalog record. 
Users should use the Internet Explorer browser for proper access.

Late Qing and Repulican-era Chinese Newspapers Open Access

Web resources on China

MCLC Resource Center 

Open access bibliographies of English-language materials on Modern/Contemporary China

Digital Projects on China

The Pai Hsien-Yung Collection 

UCSB's digitized manuscript collection of the major post-WWII Taiwanese writer, Pai Hsien-yung.

Project Gutenberg: Chinese 

eBook versions of Chinese classics  

The Morning Sun 
Resources to accompany the 2-hour documentary film of the same name on China's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution  

Down the Countryside Movement 

A unique collection of memoirs, photographs, correspondence, and other primary sources from China’s former Rusticated Youth.

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