The Chinese collection supports current China-related teaching & learning and research activities across the University. It comprises of both print and an extensive online collection. In terms of the print collection, the areas currently under focus for development are: language learning, literature, translation studies, media studies, Tibetan studies as well as religious studies.
With regard to online databases, below are some highlights:
- China Academic Journals Full-text Database
- Chinese Periodical Full-text Database (1911-1949)
- China, Economy, Public Policy and Security Database
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Accessing the Chinese collection
Go to the Chinese studies subject guide for more detailed information about resources, including relevant databases, microforms, multimedia materials, journals, online resources, online tutorials, staff members and more. Use Search to find specific materials. For general searching use the Search “keyword anywhere” option and enter “China” plus other topic words that describe what you want. You can use the “Limit” function to limit your search results to Chinese language materials. Chinese language titles are romanised using the Pinyin system. The catalogue record for the item displays in both romanisation and Chinese script.