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Chinese Studies   Tags: china, chinese, hong_kong, international_studies, taiwan  

A research guide for Chinese study materials at the University of Washington Libraries
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015 URL: Print Guide

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New Database Trial

  • Udndata 全文報紙資料庫  [UW restricted]

    Udndata has the largest database of Taiwan news archive with 11 million records since 1951, including the UDN News, Economic Daily News, Min Sheng Daily, The Star, etc.


Newly Acquired Database

  • Taiwan Nichinichi ShinPo & Han-wen Taiwan Nichinichi ShinPo
    臺灣日日新報 & 漢文臺灣日日新報
      [UW restricted]

    Taiwan nichinichi shinpo, daily newspaper, was published from 1898 to 1944 in Japanese along with Chinese text from 1905 to 1911. It is an official newspaper published during Japanese occupation of Taiwan and one of the indispensable resources to understand the conditions of Taiwan during that period.  The database provides both Chinese and Japanese interface.

    臺灣日日新報 自1898年5月6日創刊,至1944年3月31日止,共發行1萬5,800餘號,為日據臺灣時期,發行量最大、延續時間最長的報紙。漢文臺灣日日新報 自1905年7月1日至1911年11月30日止漢文版除了報導新聞之外,其藝文版面也有重大影響力。 

What's in the Guide

Li Yishan

Li Yishan shiji jianzhu 李義山詩集箋注, a book previously owned by Professor K. C. Hsiao (蕭公權), a renowned sinologist who taught Chinese political thought, institutions, and history at the University of Washington from 1949 to 1968

Welcome to the Chinese Studies subject guide.

This guide provides links to the most useful databases and resources for research in Chinese Studies. 

Chinese Collection Overview


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