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Sinica Scripta Sinica 漢籍電子文獻
Full-text database of Zhonghua editions of Standard/Dynastic Histories, Thirteen Classics, and other texts.
Gugong Hanquan Text Database
A full-text, searchable database of important texts including the Quan Tang shi 全唐詩 and the Zizhi tongjian 資治通鑑.
Chinese Phonological Database
by David Branner, this is a database of Chinese characters is in the Guangyun 廣韻, the important rhyme dictionary completed in 1008 C.E.
Elling Eide Center Research Library and Preserve
The center was created by a former President of the Society, the late Elling Eide. It is located in Sarasota, Florida and dedicated to the study of classical Chinese literature and culture.
and images of more than 100,000 manuscripts, paintings, textiles and
artifacts from Dunhuang and other Silk Road sites freely available.
Silkroad Foundation is a non-profit organization, established in 1996,
to promote the study and preservation of cultures and art on Inner Asia
and the Silk Road.
Daoist Studies website contains scholarly information about Daoism,
including books on Daoism, conferences, scholars, a bibliography and
general resources for learning about Daoism.
The Chang'an Project
A research project headed by Professor Heng Chye Kiang from the National University of Singapore to digitally reconstruct the cityscape of Tang Chang 'an (618 - 907 CE).
David McMullen on Professor Denis Twitchett (1925-2006)
Professors Michael R. Drompp, Paul W. Kroll, and Victor H. Mair on Elling O. Eide: Webfile
Most recently updated: 11/29/2016