Digital Resources for Chinese Studies

2. Portal Sites and Bibliographies

The following sites provide a broad range of information about online and print resources on China and Chinese studies.

Portal Sites

The China WWW Virtual Library Internet Guide for Chinese Studies Full View/Short View

This searchable site is housed at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, but is a collaborative effort headed up Hanno Lecher at Leiden and involves scholars all over the world. It provides descriptions and evaluations of, as well as links to, a wide range of resources dealing with China and East Asia.

CALIS the Navigation of Net Resources of Key Disciplines

Hong Kong WWW Virtual Library Full View/Short View

Links in English to a wide range of governental and public sites in Hong Kong including topics such as economy, media, art, education, etc.

China: Selected Internet Resources (Portals to the World, Library of Congress) Full View/Short View

Links to selected internet resources on a range of topics relating to the People's Republic of China.

Taiwan: Selected Internet Resources (Portals to the World, Library of Congress) Full View/Short View

Links to online resources on a range of topics relating to Taiwan.

Internet Resources on China, Taiwan, and Macau Full View/Short View

Maintained by the Chinese University of Hong Kong Library, this site offers links to a wide variety of Chinese-language sites. Organized by area guide 指南, Politics & Law 治/法律, Economics & Business 經濟/商業, Education & Research 教育/科研, News/Media 新聞/媒體, and Internet Resources 網絡綜合資源.

Marjorie Chan's China Links Full View/Short View

Created by Prof. Marjorie Chan of The Ohio State University, this site is a gateway to internet resources for China- and Chinese language and linguistics-related websites.

PAIR - Portal to Asian Internet Resources Full View/Short View

Links to and descriptions of a wide range of resources in the humanities and social sciences dealing with Asia. The portal is maintained by the libraries of the University of Wisconsin, the University of Minnesota, and the Ohio State University. To limit searching to a particular area, click on the map or choose the Atlas Search - text version to select the relevant place.

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Internet Guide to Chinese Studies -- Bibliographies Full View/Short View

Links to both general and subject-specific bibliographies.

Bibliography of Chinese Bibliography 中國文獻學書籍目錄 Full View/Short View

Extensive list of bibliographies maintained in various encodings (JIS, Big 5, GB) at Kyoto University 京都大學.

Classical Historiography for Chinese History 中國經典文獻工具書錄 Full View/Short View

Extensive list of print and online sources for the study of a wide range of topcis in Chinese history. Includes bibliographies, journals, and reference tools, as well as subject, period, and genre specific information.

Song Research Tools Full View/Short View

An online "guide to bibliographies, indexes, dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases and chronologies of use to those interested in all aspects of Chinese society during the Song Dynasty (960-1279)." The site is based on Peter Bol's Research tools for the study of Sung history, of which it is the third edition.
Harvard-Yenching Library:  Ref (W) DS751.Z99 B65 1996x 
Harvard-Yenching  Library(W) DS751.Z99 B65 1996x 

Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT-Database) Full View/Short View

The Chinese Christian Texts Database (CCT-Database) is a research database of primary and secondary sources concerning the cultural contacts between China and Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (from 1582 to ca. 1840). The cultural contacts comprise documents in the various fields of cultural interaction: religion, philosophy, science, art, etc.

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Page Last Reviewed: September 15, 2011