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Articles and Open Access in Japanese Studies

Asahi shinbun 朝日新聞:  the major newspaper of Japan (current edition only).

CiNii (Scholarly and Academic Information Navigator) is a database service that enables searching of information on academic papers published in academic society journals or university research bulletins, or included in the National Diet Library's Japanese Periodicals Index Database.

Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal covers scholarly essays, translations, essays on teaching about early modern Japan.

J-STAGE is a searchable electronic journal site operated by Japan Science and Technology Agency ("JST"). It makes electronic journals issued by Japanese academic institutions available to the public. Anyone may access J-STAGE to obtain the fulltext of articles.

The Japan Times  an online newspaper in English.


    Subject Specific Databases in Chinese Studies

    Siku Quanshu (Wenyuange Edition) Online 

    The "Complete Library in the Four Branches of Literature".

    SKQS was compiled from 1773 to 1782 by edict from Emperor Qianlong. It includes 3,460 titles and 36,000 volumes. It is divided into four categories ie. Classics, History, Philosophy and Belles-letters. They are important works to know the five thousand years of Chinese civilization.


    [文史哲輯專欄] 中國期刊全文數据庫 (Web)

    China academic journals full-text database (Online) provides full-text access to hundreds of core journals published in Mainland China in the fields of literature, history and philosophy.


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