July 6 - July 17, 2020 | East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi

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Undergraduate Curriculum

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Helpful Links
The links below may provide useful information and further links, when exploring in the field of China and Chinese area studies.

General

Historical
Journals and Publications

Languages

Literature

Museums and Libraries
Religions and Philosophies

Culture

Maps

Research

  • Research Guide for Chinese Studies, Harvard Library:  access to digitization projects, other databases, media sources, and much more
  • Census and Statistics Department:  The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
  • China Data Online:  The most comprehensive database on statistics of China
  • World Bank Open Knowledge Repository:  includes studies, journal articles, books, etc. from the World Bank Economic Review and World Bank Research Observer, WB annual reports
  • UNdata:  free data access to UN statistical databases, containing over 60 million data points and covering a wide range of themes from agriculture, crime, education to energy, environment, and industry
  • The World Bank's Open Data Initiative:  comprehensive set of data on living standards around the globe, including 2,000 indicators

Suggested Links from the Institute

  • China's Cultural Revolution in Memories:  The CR/10 Project in the Digital Collection of the University of Pittsburg:  This collection contains video interviews with people who experienced China’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). The CR/10 (Cultural Revolution: 10) Project also includes interviews with young Chinese people born after the Cultural Revolution, who discuss how they learned of this historical incident.