East Asian Studies Research Guide

7. Web Sites of Interest to East Asian Researchers

This sampling of Web sites may be useful to you in doing research in East Asian studies. We cannot guarantee the timeliness, accuracy, or content of these sites.

Asia Resources on the World Wide Web: web resources on: China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Phillippines, Malaysia, Laos, Singapore, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

Asia Source: a Resource of the Asia Society: from the Asia Society, an institution dedicated to fostering understanding of Asia and communication between Americans and the peoples of Asia and the Pacific.

Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library: a global resource to web sites and research in Asian Studies, with links to resources on regions and countries.

Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL): guides to East Asian studies research.

East and Southeast Asia: An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: a window on the Internet resources on East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Asian Americans.

Harvard University Asia Center: gives an overview of Asia-related programs and an Asian studies directory.

Harvard-Yenching Web Site: contains information on Harvard resources plus links to many other tools. The sooner you familiarize yourself with this site, the better for the quality of your research.

National Bureau of Asian Research: advanced research on policy-relevant issues in Asia.

Online Resources for Chinese Studies: prepared by Harvard-Yenching librarians

Online Resources for Japanese Studies: prepared by Harvard-Yenching librarians

Online Resources for Korean Studies: prepared by Harvard-Yenching librarians

PAIR: Portal to Asian Internet Resources: thousands of professionally selected, cataloged and annotated online resources.

Portals to the World is a set of links to resources by country selected by Library of Congress subject experts.

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