Currently, this subject guide primarily focuses on East Asia, and covers resources for the study of various social and humanities aspects (e.g. languages, literature, economics, history, politics, cultures...) of China, Japan, and Korea. Resources marked URL:https://guides.lib.uci.edu/asian_studies
美術新報Access via JapanKnowledge to the artl magazine from the early 20th century of Japan
Unpinning History--Japanese Posters in the Age of Commercialism, Imperialism, and ModernismAn online exhibit highlighting USC Libraries unique collection of Japanese posters that were produced in the 1910s and 1920s. . The themes include commercial and social activities, particularly tourism; the ideology of imperial modernity; beautiful women as an aesthetic category; exhibition culture; and pictorial and often hybrid styles and functions ranging from neo-traditionalism derived from ukiyo-e (“pictures of the floating world”) to modernism.
Japanese Posters held at the Library of CongressLists 600 out of 1000 Japanese posters, that have been cataloged so far (eventually this link will leads to the entire collection). Some of them have been digitized and are viewable online or offline (a check box is available above the list for listing digitized posters only).
Korean Contemporary Arts Archive (Akive)This is an archives of Korea's modern art, provides artist search with profile and their major works, exhibitions with high resolution display, and space information with location. Don't need registration for searching and browsing.
KanopyTo get to EA language streaming videos, the first step is to click on "Browse Subjects" to choose "Film & Popular", and then "Foreign Language" Film from the menu. Once on the new page, scroll down and locate the Languages menu on the left.
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China, Trade, Politics & Culture, 1793-1980With documents encompassing events from the earliest English embassy to the birth and early years of the People’s Republic, this resource collects sources from nine archives, at the School of Oriental and African Studies and the British Library, London, to give an incredible insight into the changes in China during this period.
ProQuest Chinese Newspapers Collection (1832-1953)The Canton times (1919-1920) -- The China critic (1939-1946) -- China monthly review (1950-1953) -- The China Press (1925-1938) -- The China Weekly Review (1923-1950) -- The Chinese recorder (1912-1938) -- The Chinese recorder and educational review (1939-1941) -- The Chinese recorder and missionary journal (1868-1912) -- The Chinese repository (1832-1851) -- Millard's China National Review (1919-1919) -- Millard's Review of the Far East (1917-1919) -- Millard's Review of the Far East (1919-1921) -- The North-China Herald (1850-1867) -- The North-China Herald and Market Report (1867-1869) -- The North-China Herald and Supreme Court & Consular Gazette (1870-1941) -- Peking daily news (1914-1917), English ed. -- Peking gazette (1915-1917) -- The Peking leader (1918-1919) -- The Shanghai gazette (1919-1921) -- The Shanghai Times (1914-1921) -- The Weekly Review (1922-1923) -- The Weekly Review of the Far East (1921-1922)
四部丛刊 (上海涵芬楼版)A fully searchable collection of the authoritative editions of the 504 original and historical monographs (3,134 volumes) published by the Commercial Press in 1919-1936.
古今图书集成The Complete Classics Collection of Ancient China gathers all the most important classics from ancient China to Qing Dynasty including works on astronomy, geography, history, philosophy, literature, politics, economics, art, education, agriculture, medicine, and more. Contains searchable full-text and scanned images.
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