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East View is offering temporary free access to a number of resources to support online learning and research on Asia, and to ease the impact on students now unable to access physical library resources due to COVID-19. Resources include select products from East View, CNKI, SSAP, and UDP.
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Now available from East View Information Services, the Chinese Social Science Library (CSSL) is a collection of titles published by China Social Sciences Press, one of China’s premier academic publishers.
During the late 20th century, Lion Art was the most sought-after platform in Taiwan for artists, critics, and intellectuals who were enthusiastic to share their opinions through the arts.
Discover new research material using existing images. New from CNKI, AcademicImage Library provides scholars with one-stop access to academic images relating to Chinese history, geography, literature, art, philosophy, religion, culture and education. Users can start their research with an image, find relevant research interests and links to related documents.
Launched in 1955, The Japan News is an English-language daily published by The Yomiuri Shimbun, a leading Japanese newspaper with one of the largest circulations in the world. Drawing on The Yomiuri Shimbun’s extensive news coverage network, The Japan News is an excellent source of both domestic and foreign news in various genres, including politics, economy, sports and culture.
This collection provides researchers a richly comprehensive perspective on Chinese life, culture, and politics throughout the collapse of the Qing Dynasty, the years of provisional government and civil war, and the birth of the People’s Republic.
Once hailed as “the Far East’s premier English language newspaper,” The Japan Advertiser was a hub of news written by and for missionaries, diplomats, merchants and journalists who were based in Japan in the early half of the 20th century.