East Asia for All is a podcast about East Asian popular culture and media, co-hosted by Melissa Brzycki and Stephanie Montgomery. They each have a Ph.D. in East Asian history. It is available on various podcast platforms, including Spotify and Apple Podcasts. It can also be accessed through the website: www.eastasiaforall.com.
The URL of China Unofficial Archives: https://minjian-danganguan.org/
This site is dedicated to making accessible the key documents, movies, blogs, and publications of a movement of Chinese people seeking to reclaim their country's history.
The URL of Tohoku University: Gaihozu Digital Archives: https://gaihozu-tohokugeo.hub.arcgis.com/
The Gaihozu Digital Archives manage the electronic catalog (metadata) and digital images of the Gaihozu maps that remain mainly at Tohoku University, as well as Ochanomizu , Kyoto and Osaka Universities, providing a public access system for browsing map images to facilitate their peace-seeking academic use.
Direct link to Great Chinese Dictionary & Kangxi Dictionary.
Library catalog page of Great Chinese Dictionary & Kangxi Dictionary 漢語大詞典&康熙字典.
It provides one-stop search for etymology, pronunciation, definition and documentary evidence in three Chinese language reference works: Great Chinese Dictionary, Chinese Dictionary Supplement and Kangxi Dictionary.
The Chinese Studies Librarian at Princeton University has announced that the East Asian Library at Princeton has just made available online a large number of searchable indexes for Wenshi ziliao: https://dpul.princeton.edu/ealtoc
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library recently announced the completion of the digitization of "鯨魚鑬笑録/Geigyo ranshōroku," or "A Simple Overview of Whaling." This project has been ongoing for over two years and has involved multiple information professionals. The two scrolls, measuring 39 and 35 feet, respectively, are now available as a high-resolution image in IIIF format. You can also find a news article about the project..
Library catalog page of ProQuest historical newspapers. South China morning post (1903 - 2001).
This collection offers full page and article images with searchable full text back to the first issue of the South China morning post.
Direct link to National History Database of P.R.C
Library catalog page of National History Database of P.R.C
Access is limited for 10 simultaneous users.
The database consists of 300 volumes representing authoritative materials on the economic, social, cultural and political developments since the founding of P.R.C.
Now there are 3 DVD players for East/Southeast Asian movies (Region 2, 3, and 6) available for check out at the Wilson Library 1st floor desk. These DVD players are for laptop uses and are specific to one region (or zone). You can only play DVDs from those regions/zones.
Aftershocks: Japanese Earthquake Prints – an online exhibition is now live on the Royal Ontario Museum’s website: https://www.rom.on.ca/en/exhibitions-galleries/exhibitions/aftershocks-japanese-earthquake-prints
This online exhibition was curated by Dr. Akiko Takesue, Bishop White Committee Associate Curator of Japanese Art and Culture.