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  • E-Texts 
    • Academia Sinica, Taiwan - searchable options for 25 histories, major philosophical works from the pre-imperial period, 13 classics with commentaries, Qing political writings, Taiwan-related materials, several Buddhist and literary texts. Some of early historical and geographical texts are available as well.
    • "China the Beautiful" - a less convenient site, which nevertheless is useful as it contains several texts which are absent from Academia Sinica and the Palace Museum sites.
    • The Palace Museum, Taiwan - an excellent and user-friendly site, which contains  Sima Guang's "Comprehensive Mirror," major philosophical works of pre-imperial period, complete edition of the Tang poetry, selected philosophical writings from the imperial period, and the Dream in the Red Mansions
    • Searchable database of epigraphic sources via Academia Sinica
    • Guodian searchable database via Hong Kong University
    • Wesleyan Neo-Confucian Etext Project Main Page. E-Mail: Sangle@wesleyan.edu 
      For the electronic classical texts prepared by Steve Angle, Profesor of Chinese Philosophy, Wesleyan University, and entered by John Jenkins, Chris Fraser, and Dan Robins, click Indexes or the relevant items below. For the relevant notes to the pre-Ch'in texts that Professor Angle and his staff have prepared, click Text Notes.
    • Wanglu zhan shu du 網路展書讀 (Feng-Ju Lo 羅 鳳 珠, Yuanzhi University 元 智 大 學, Taiwan
      A major collaborative project involving the Yuanzhi University 元 智 大 學 (Taiwan), Washington University (USA), Peking University 北 京 大 學 (China), Academia Sinica 中 央 研 究 院 (Taiwan), and National Central Library 國 家 中 央 圖 書 館 (Taiwan). This database contains Rare Books; Poetry; Historical atlases of the Tang and Song ; Classical Novels ; and On-Line Classroom, searchable according to several criteria- author, sentences, titles etc
    • Chinese Ancient Texts Center Hong Kong

 

 

  • Libraries
    • Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library
      This is a global collaborative project which provides access in bibliographic and in hypertext terms to networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems concerned with a given field of expertise. In the case of Asian Studies WWW VL all links are inspected and evaluated before being added. This facility is provided by the Australian National University (ANU) and is regularly updated. It is edited by Dr T.Matthew Ciolek

    • Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University - Internet Guide for China Studies 
      This Site includes: Philosophy/Religon, History, Geography, Economy, Society, Politics, Education, Fine arts, Language, Literature, Science, Technology, Library Resources, Bibliography, Other WWW VLs

    • Institute of Chinese Studies, Heidelberg University - Internet Guide for China Studies 
      This Site includes: Philosophy/Religon, History, Geography, Economy, Society, Politics, Education, Fine arts, Language, Literature, Science, Technology, Library Resources, Bibliography, Other WWW VLs. 
      Maintained by: Hanno Lecher (Heidelberg University, Germany), in collaboration with Eva Baloch-Kaloianov (Vienna University, Austria): News Media; Martin Gieselmann (Heidelberg University, Germany): Film; Matthias Kaun (University of Kiel, Germany): Libraries; Fabrizio Pregadio (University of Venice, Italy)

    • Chinese periodical index (Taiwan National Central Library) 
      PerioPath is an online index and a periodical article delivery services, it contains the articles  information of approximately 2600 titles of Chinese and Western language periodicals published in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau from 1991. You can search under article title, author, class code, keyword, journal title, and publication date, etc. to retrieve information of recent articles. It obviously not only promotes periodicals resources sharing, but also facilitates research and development activities. 
      The system is delivering citation and image information of articles currently received by the Periodical Section of the National Central Library. After registering the document delivery application, you can either read the article online, or choose fax services to receive facsimile copies almost immediately.

    • East Asian Gateway Service for Chinese and Korean Academic Journal Publications 
      This Digital Document Delivery Center provides free delivery of full-text copies of Chinese-language academic journal articles to any researcher in the United States
      This award-winning Center is administered by the East Asian Library of the University of Pittsburgh Library System, with a National Leadership Grant Award from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. 
      The Center focuses on the delivery of Chinese-language academic journal publications that are not available in the collections of US research libraries. Journal articles are transmitted electronically via the Internet from the Chinese library which holds the title, to Pittsburgh, where they are printed and sent to you via United States mail. Order a copy of the Chinese academic journal publication you want, free of charge. 
      Journal publications are transmitted digitally from the following institutions: 
      Peking University Library (Beijing University Library),  Shanghai Jiaotong University Library,  Chinese University of Hong Kong Library , Fu Ssu-nien Library of Academia Sinica,  East Asian Library, University of Pittsburgh Library System, Tsinghua University Library, Fudan University Library.

 

 

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  • Mozi, Legalists and the School of Names
    • Mozi

    • The Ethical and Political Works of Motse [Mozi] Electronic republication of the translation by W. P. Mei London: Probsthain, 1929 with modernized romanization and added notes
    • "Mohism" (by Chris Fraser, from the "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy")
    • "Mohist canons" (by Chris Fraser, from the "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy")
    • Legalists

    • "The Book of Lord Shang", (Shang jun shu), Translated by J.J.-L Duyvendak (1889-1954)(full text available from the collection « Les classiques des sciences sociales» maintained by l’Université du Québec à Chicoutimi).
    • The School of Names

    • "School of Names" (By Chris Fraser, from the "Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy")
    • "The Chinese Sophists" by Alfred Forke (1867-1944) (full text available from the collection « Les classiques des sciences sociales» maintained by l’Université du Québec à Chicoutimi).