The Online Guide East Asia offers access to electronic resources related to East Asian studies - and Asian studies in general - in both western and original language. OGEA is built up and maintained in cooperation with our project partners. You may search a term and then filter your results by further criteria such as subject classes, region, language, kind of resource etc.
Citation: ASÍS – Icelandic Centre for Asian Studies was founded on 16 Desember 2005 at the University of Akureyri but moved to the University of Iceland in the autumn of 2007. As the name suggests, the Centre seeks to increase understanding and appreciation of the Asian region among Icelandic academics,...
The official newspaper of the Guomindang 国民党(KMT), Taiwan
Contains the electronic versions of 80 books previously published inhard copy as part of the Country Studies Series by the Federal ResearchDivision.
A source of well informed articles on current issues pertaining to the PR China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, written by well known analysts mainly from Asia and the US. However, bear in mind that though "independent" and "nonpartisan", the articles do reflect Jamestown's view of East Asia as a potential...
Citation: The Chinese Section was formed in 1993 [...]. The BA major in Chinese has been available since 1996, and in 1997 additional papers for native speakers of Chinese are available. The Chinese Section caters for both native and non-native speakers. The staff consists of two lecturers and one assistant...
The list is very extensive, though no all-inclusiveness is claimed.
List of books interesting for students and self-educating persons of the Japanese language. All titles are in German and should be available in bookstores. The list is arranged by learning targets.
Citation: Founded in 1961, the Center is [...] devoted to the study and understanding of traditional and contemporary China. [...] The Center grants an M.A. degree in Chinese Studies and has a joint M.A./M.B.A. degree with the School of Business Administration. [... The] University of Michigan's Asia Library...
Organizes several festivals in SIngapore, but not the Singapore International Film Festival.
Citation: Search engines on the websites of central government Chinese-language publications such as the Peoples Daily and of lesser-known provincial newspapers such as Henan Ribao make it easy to obtain dozens of recent articles in which keywords such as 揺conomy? 揘orth Korea? or 揺nvironmental protection?...
http://www.usembassy-china.org.cn/sandt/netnews.html (more of this domain)
Citation: Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary programme for students who wish to combine training in an Asian language with courses devoted to developing an understanding of the history, culture, politics and economics of the countries in the Asian region. The programme is designed to develop not only...
Includes several interesting links (Learning Chinese Online Page, Chinese Computing, ...)
Contains only some very general information about the department.
A bibliography without introduction, annotations, or any information about the creator of this website.
Citation: This website is mainly made by and for students [of] sinology and is online since December 7th, 1998. [...] You'll find here general information about Sinology at Catholic University of Leuven.
The department offers a three year Corso di Laurea in Traduzione e Interpretariato (Bachelor Program for Translation and Interpretation) that includes Chinese.
NII-DBR is a component part of GeNii (Global environment for networked intellectual information). NII-DBR consists of more than 20 databases created by scholarly associations or individual researchers which can be searched individually or simultaneously.
Offers links to the most important mass media on WWW worldwide. The list is not complete, but still pretty impressive. East Asia is represented by a few newspapers, too, so you can go and have a look.