A library guide for students of Chinese studies

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Murdoch University Library , [Murdoch, W.A.]
Murdoch University. Library -- Catalogs, Catalogs, Union -- Australia, China -- Reference books -- Bibliography -- Catalogs, China -- Bibliography -- Catalogs, China -- Periodicals -- Bibliography -- Union


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Statement[by] P.A. Herbert.
SeriesMurdoch bibliographies ;, 4
ContributionsHerbert, P. A. 1945-
LC ClassificationsZ3106 .M86 1980, DS706 .M86 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 63 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3868642M
ISBN 100869050494
LC Control Number81190984

This guide provides an introduction to selected electronic resources for Chinese studies. Any suggestions, questions or comments, please contact Xiao-he Ma, Sharon Li-shiuan Yang. Thanks!Author: Xiao-He Ma.

A guide to extra resources for China studies instructors, researchers, and students during the Spring to Autumn quarters Temporarily Available E-Books & Databases ()Author: Zhijia Shen. This guide is intended as an additional resource for students and other UW library patrons who want to use the Chinese Classic Ancient Books 中國基本古籍庫.

About the database: It is the largest database of Preth-century texts covering all fields of : Zhijia Shen. This book is the definitive study of imperial Chinese local gazetteers, one of the most important sources for premodern Chinese studies. It represents a major contribution to the history of books, publishing, reading, and : Oi May Wong.

Below are books on Chinese studies recently added to the U-M University Library. Click on the author/title to link to the Library Catalog Search record for check-out information. To see more new books, click on "View Website" link : Yunah Sung.

This book is a collection of 13 empirical studies examining the acquisition and processing of Chinese as a second language. On the acquisition front, these studies explore the acquisition of structures such as the perfective marker le, wh-questions, bei- constructions, and bare nouns, and examine the factors that may affect acquisition such as learnersOCO background, anxiety, and.

This is a general subject guide for graduate students or undergraduate students in upper division who are enrolled in the Chinese studies program, or for those who take classes and/or have research interest on pre- China (especially Sinology).

A large collection of reference books, newspapers, images and statistical data, covering various subjects in Chinese studies. China Economy, Public Policy, and Security Database 皮书数据库 High-value analytical reports intended to guide policymaking in the People's Republic of China (known as "Pishu" which literally means "cover-books").

Most of the Chinese rare books have been digitized and are available online via Harvard-Yenching Library digitized version of Chinese Rare Books. Use the Research Guide for Chinese Studies for help accessing online resources from this collection.

Harvard-Yenching Library collects Chinese-language research materials in all formats, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. Research Guide for Chinese Studies Research Guide for Japanese Studies Research Guide for Korean Studies.

HOLLIS is Harvard Library's catalog. Search HOLLIS for books, articles, media and more.

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Tool. Harvard University Collections. The Chinese collection of Harvard-Yenching Library is approximatelyvolumes, plus thousands of volumes in Tibetan, Mongolian and Manchu.

"The collection is strong in local gazetteers, collectanea, writings of individuals of the Ming and Qing periods; and primary and secondary sources for the study of the Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party, as.

Chengzhi Wang, Ph.D. Chinese Studies Librarian M Kent Hall () [email protected] Purchase Academic Libraries in the US and China - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNChina Comprehensive Gazetteers 中国综合方志库 A vast collection of difangzhi (地方志) spanning eight centuries () and all of China’s regions. CCG is a rich source for researching China in multiple aspects, including its political history, literature, minorities, and religion, as well as the biographies of famous personages.

An index to western-language books, book chapters, and articles on all parts of Asia. Includes overcitations, dating primarily from onwards, with more thancitations since FIAF: International Index to Film Periodicals.

Several catalogues are available in the Asian and African Studies Reading Room to help you find Chinese manuscripts and printed books in our collection. A number of key electronic resources for the study of East Asia are available.

For licensing reasons, most of these may be accessed only from the Reading Rooms. China Historical GIS A database of historical administrative units for different periods in Chinese History, and will also provide a base GIS platform for researchers to use for spatial analysis, temporal statistical modeling, and representation of selected historical units as digital maps.

Mastering Chinese Sentence Structure by Verena Menzel 5. Maintaining Motivation to Study Chinese by Hugh Grigg 6. Immersion Chinese for Dummies by Andreas Laimbock 7. Expanding your Chinese from Outside of China by Richard Simcott 8.

How New Technologies can Help you Study Chinese by Sborto Zhou 9. Learn Chinese by Having Fun. by Greg Bell   Welcome to the Chinese Studies research guide.

On this page are some of the key general research resouces available to faculty and students at ASU. We have grouped other resources into several formats and subject areas, marked by separate tabs.

The library tries to keep track of these additional databases in a special library guide: https: (CHinese ANcient Texts) databases, compiled under the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) of the Chinese University of Hong Kong sincegive full-text access (single words, phrases and sentence patterns) to all traditional texts from the Pre.

Language and languages -- study and teaching English language -- Study and teaching English language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers Titles When I was a child I read books Charlotte's Web In the Palm of the Hand A Poetry Handbook Letters to a Young Poet 25 centuries of language teaching.

Abstract: This chapter focuses on library use and information literacy instruction in Chinese academic libraries. It emphasizes the part academic libraries and academic librarians in China have to play in information literacy given the current information explosion in the country, and the disparities to be found in user information literacy levels.

You can borrow books from different libraries within your state using your library card. I drove up to a larger town and was able to borrow lots of books. These can be returned to your local library, you don’t need to drive back to the same one. Also, I know purchasing Chinese books for your children is.

Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and This book series collects, organizes and presents the master pieces in contemporary China studies.

Titles in this series include those by Chinese authors who studied and worked abroad during early times whose works were originally in English and had already made great impacts in the Western world, such as Hu Shi, Fei Xiaotong and others; as well as works by more recent authors, Chinese and non.

The library currently holds approximat volumes, about half of which are in Chinese. The Fung Library brings together the libraries of the former Coolidge Hall, including the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies Library, the Documentation Center on Contemporary Japan, and the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies Library, under.

Roger is good for finding BOOKS, JOURNALS (not individual articles), DATABASES (not individual articles) and FILMS. Circuit is good for finding the above-mentioned things in San Diego area.

Melvyl is good for finding the above-mentioned things in UC system and other libraries in North America that are Worldcat members. Articles tab on library's homepage is good for finding ARTICLES with a.

Chinese University of Hong Kong Library Skip to content. CUHK students and staff can access the Library’s services and resources during the pandemic.

Here’s how. Libraries. University Library. Learning Garden and MakerSpace; National Catalogue of Precious Ancient Books: Listed Titles from the CUHK Library. Details please click here. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print.

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0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a. The I Ching or Yi Jing (Chinese: 易經, Mandarin: [î tɕíŋ] ()), usually translated as Book of Changes or Classic of Changes, is an ancient Chinese divination text and among the oldest of the Chinese more than two and a half millennia's worth of commentary and interpretation, the I Ching is an influential text read throughout the world, providing inspiration to the worlds.

Most of the rare books and special collections at Starr East Asian Library are Chinese-language rare books and other special materials.

Chinese rare books and special collections at the library include family histories, local histories, individual collected (literary) works, oracle bones, legal histories, and Collection of China's spring democracy movement, among many others.

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DIGITAL LIBRARY A digital library is a library in which collections are stored in digital formats (as opposed to print, microform, or other media) and accessible via computers.

The digital content may be stored locally, or accessed remotely via computer networks. A digital library is a type of information retrieval system.

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