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Learning and teaching resources
- Chinese Studies on the World Wide WebDirectory for resources on Chinese Studies from Cambridge University Library.
- The Internet Guide for Chinese StudiesDirectory of resources, created by the University of Leiden. Last updated 2009.
- Manchu ToolsFrom the University of Leiden. Manchu texts and objects around the world online & at your fingertips. Create a free account to access content.
- Modern Chinese Literature and Culture (MCHC) Resource CentreFull-text book reviews, web publications and current issue of the Journal Modern Chinese Literature and Culture. It also houses bibliographies of mostly English-language materials on modern and contemporary Chinese literature, film/media, visual arts, music, education, and culture. An image archive (see “Bibliographies”) is comprised mostly of images originally published with essays in issues of the print journal.
- Online Guide to East Asia (OGEA)Directory for resources on East Asia created by Berlin State Library.
- Paper Republic 纸托邦A free database of Chinese literature translated into English. It includes introductions to authors and, occasionally, author/translator interviews on its website, which also contains some advice and resources from more seasoned translators for aspiring/novice translators from the Chinese.
- PRC History GroupA range of full-text journals published by PRC History Group, links and other resources.
Many thanks to Ros Holmes for help in compiling this guide.