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Junyu.org Home
junyu.org is an online resource and community dedicated to advancing a better understanding of the professional military terminology used by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). Online resources at junyu.org include the Mil Mandarin (MM) Dictionary, vocabulary lists, references, and a user forum. The MM Dictionary is a topic based military dictionary with definitions for terms of military theory and practice as used by the PLA.
china  Zongmu  military 
january 2016 by davesgonechina
How to arrange entries in a 16th century Chinese dictionary — Medium
In premodern China there existed three primary methods of dictionary entry lookup: 1) those based on sound, 2) those based on script, and 3) thematic or semantic arrangements. Each of these methods contained many contested variations, but in most instances we are forced to infer the reasoning behind a particular system.
china  dictionary  Zongmu 
december 2015 by davesgonechina
Legalizing Space in China | LSC
Legalizing space in China: the shaping of the imperial territory through a layered legal system
This project is endowed with a fund by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche of France, related to the program "Space and Territory", and it will run from January 2011 to December 2014.
The project basically consists of a translation of the Ming and Qing "Statutes and Sub-statutes (lüli 律例), that is mainly the tiaoli, or precedents that were codified from the 15th to the late 19th century.
china  law  Zongmu 
december 2015 by davesgonechina
With MARKUS you can upload a file in classical Chinese (and perhaps in the future other languages) and tag personal names, place names, temporal references, and bureaucratic offices automatically. You can also upload your own list of key terms for automated tagging. You can then read a document while checking a range of reference works at the same time, or compare passages in which the same names or keywords appear. Or, you can extract the information you have tagged and use it for further analysis in our visualization platform and other tools.
Zongmu  china  datamining 
october 2015 by davesgonechina
Chinese Text Project
Welcome to the Chinese Text Project homepage. The Chinese Text Project is an online open-access digital library that makes pre-modern Chinese texts available to readers and researchers all around the world. The site attempts to make use of the digital medium to explore new ways of interacting with these texts that are not possible in print. With over twenty thousand titles and more than three billion characters, the Chinese Text Project is also one of the largest databases of pre-modern Chinese texts in existence.
china  中文  Zongmu  literature  libraries 
june 2015 by davesgonechina
Wilson Center Digital Archive
The Chinese Foreign Policy Database enhances the ability of contemporary observers and historians to gain broader perspectives on Chinese policies. Curating 1000s of documents from Chinese and international archives, it offers insights into China’s foreign policy since 1949 and its relationship to ideology, revolution, the economy, and traditional Chinese culture. The Database is generously supported by the MacArthur Foundation.
Zongmu  china 
may 2015 by davesgonechina
The China Collection | CIA FOIA (foia.cia.gov)
This collection of over seventy National Intelligence Estimates on China is the most extensive single selection of intelligence analyses the United States Government ever has released. This recently declassified collection represents the most authoritative intelligence assessments of the United States Government and thus constitutes a unique historical record of a momentous era in China's modern history.
china  Zongmu  history  WW2  espionage 
november 2014 by davesgonechina
Occasional Papers on Asia » Center for the Study of Asia | Boston University
In February 2011, the Center for the Study of Asia launched its first publication, titled Occasional Papers on Asia.  This series will highlight a wide range of topics and issues in relation to Asian Studies and will feature the research of BUCSA’s faculty and fellows.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu 
february 2014 by davesgonechina
DCS - Catalog
With a view to promoting quantitative research on contemporary China, the Universities Service Centre of China Studies decided in 1995 to start collecting machine-readable data. There are a number of hurdles to overcome in the process. First of all, it is pioneering to make electronic data in China available to public use. Secondly, it is almost impossible to convince people there of the idea of data archiving and data-sharing for academic purpose, as information is sometimes regarded as intelligence, power or commercial goods. Finally, we succeeded in establishing several frameworks of academic cooperation in data development; but when the data arrived, we had to spend considerable man-hours to perform quality control. Frustrations often ensued as errors could not be corrected for one reason or another. We only hope that as quantitative research skills and professional attitudes improve, the quality of data will also be enhanced. The USC-Databank for China Studies can also make a humble contribution towards the rise in standard.
china  statistics  onlinereference  Zongmu 
january 2014 by davesgonechina
The China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS) aims to collect a high quality nationally representative sample of Chinese residents ages 45 and older to serve the needs of scientific research on the elderly. The baseline national wave of CHARLS is being fielded in 2011and includes about 10,000 households and 17,500 individuals in 150 counties/districts and 450 villages/resident committees. The individuals will be followed up every two years. All data will be made public one year after the end of data collection.
china  population  aging  statistics  onlinereference  Zongmu 
january 2014 by davesgonechina
CDC - The China Data Center
The China Data Center at the University of Michigan is an international Center designed to advance the study and understanding of China. A primary goal of the Center is the integration of historical, social and natural science data in a geographic information system, where spatial and temporal references are maintained through a relational database. This will facilitate comparative and interdisciplinary uses of the data, enable both non-specialists and China scholars to understand and utilize these data, and enhance knowledge of China. Its missions include: to support research in the human and natural components of local, regional and global change; to promote quantitative research on China studies; to promote collaborative research in spatial studies; and to promote the use and sharing of China data in teaching and research.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  statistics 
january 2014 by davesgonechina
GDP, GNP, FDI, CPI and inflation rates | China Economic Database
Whether for research or investment purposes, CEIC Data’s China Premium Database offers users a wealth of information on the performance of various sectors and industries in the Chinese market. With such an abundance of statistics, this database makes it easy for you to quickly see the information you need to make decisions that are intelligent, accurate, and timely.
With records starting as early as 1949, the China Premium Database is updated constantly by our analysts with connections to exclusive primary sources on the ground in China. You will have coveted access to both comprehensive overviews and detailed statistics on everything from GDP, GNP, FDI, CPI and inflation rates over time to the historical performance of the automobile, energy, and manufacturing industries.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  statistics 
january 2014 by davesgonechina
Chinese statistics: classification systems and data sources - Munich Personal RePEc Archive
China has become a popular geographic area of research. Researchers make extensive use of Chinese official statistics, but these statistics are often not well understood. This article first clarifies three major issues that affect a wide range of Chinese statistics—from output and employment data to industry profitability—and then elaborates on data sources. The three data issues are changes over time to the sectoral classification system, changes to the ownership classification system, and changes to the coverage of the industry sector. Many of these changes have gone unnoticed or remain poorly understood, leaving the researcher puzzled about varying labels, apparently inconsistent data, and discontinued time series. The second part of the paper offers a gateway to a wealth of Chinese statistics whose existence is not widely known. It also points out the limitations of some of these sources and provides an overview of the secondary literature that discusses the meaning and quality of particular Chinese statistics.
china  statistics  onlinereference  Zongmu 
january 2014 by davesgonechina
China Mission History: Digital Archive
While the principal goal of the archive is to provide scholarly and general access to visual images related to Christian missionary history in China, the collection also hosts a substantial library of Western and Chinese books intended to support research on the historical context in which the rare photographs were produced. In addition to the photograph and book collection, the China Mission History repository holds original materials and reproductions relevant mainly to the history of Roman Catholic missionary activities in China from the late-imperial era to the present. Imagined and initiated by Anthony E. Clark, this collection of materials encourages continued interest and research on the significant role missionary history in China has had upon the complex past of Sino-Western cultural exchange.
china  Christianity  religion  onlinereference  Zongmu 
december 2013 by davesgonechina
East Asia Forum
East Asia Forum is a platform for analysis and research on politics, economics, business, law, security, international relations and society relevant to public policy, centred on the Asia Pacific region.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  asia 
december 2013 by davesgonechina
Chinese Made Easy | Mandaread
Look up words faster
Mandaread features a hover dictionary with instant translation

Read more difficult texts
Mandaread separates words automagically, making it easier to make heads and tails of long sentences

Create your own material
Import news articles with one click, or copy and paste text in the Editor
onlinereference  chinese  Zongmu  linguistics 
november 2013 by davesgonechina
World Bank eLibrary: Browse Results
The East Asia and Pacific Region is defined by the World Bank as comprising the following low- and  middle-income countries: American Samoa, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Indonesia, Kiribati, Democratic Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Vietnam.
Zongmu  onlinereference  china  WorldBank 
november 2013 by davesgonechina
Wilson Center Digital Archive
Constructed and maintained by the Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program, the Digital Archive contains newly declassified historical materials from archives around the world—much of it in translation and including diplomatic cables, high level correspondence, meeting minutes and more. The historical documents presented in the ever-expanding Digital Archive provide fresh, unprecedented insights into recent international history. By making new sources available and easily accessible, the Digital Archive serves to deepen and enrich international scholarship, history education, and public policy debate on important global issues and challenges.
Zongmu  onlinereference  archives  history  china  PrimarySource 
november 2013 by davesgonechina
Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
The Journal of Current Chinese Affairs is an internationally refereed academic journal jointly published by the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburg and the National Institute of Chinese Studies, White Rose East Asia Centre, United Kingdom. The quarterly journal focuses on current developments in Greater China. It is simultaneously published online as an Open Access journal and as a printed version with a circulation of 1,000 copies, making it one of the world’s most widely read periodicals on Asian affairs.

Also at www.CurrentChineseAffairs.org
china  journal  openaccess  onlinereference  Zongmu 
november 2013 by davesgonechina
Homepage | China Media Observatory - Osservatorio sui Media in Cina
China Media Observatory was created in September 2006 by the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the University of Lugano in Switzerland in view to answer to three kinds of stimulus.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  media 
october 2013 by davesgonechina
Bibliotheca Sinica 2.0
This project is an addition (and a new horizon) for "Western Books on China in Libraries in Vienna/Austria, 1477-1939".
Access to lists of 3300+ titles held in libraries in Vienna/Austria under Bibliography.
Abbreviations are listed in References.

Additions, corrections, suggestions are appreciated.
onlinereference  Zongmu  china  books  digitalHumanities 
october 2013 by davesgonechina
Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity
Concern about this situation brought a group of China scholars to a consultation at the Overseas Ministries Study Center (OMSC), in New Haven, Connecticut, in October 2005 to consider how to narrow the gap between current reference materials and contemporary Chinese Christian demography. They decided to begin by founding the Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity, an electronic database modelled on the Dictionary of African Christian Biography (DACB). Under the direction of BDCC Project Manager Dr. Yading Li, and with significant help from OMSC/DACB, and especially Dr. Jonathan Bonk, and Ms. Michele Sigg, the BDCC website was designed and launched by June 2006, with stories in English. By September 2008, the website was redesigned by Mr. Jason Truell and updated, with stories in Chinese.
The BDCC is an electronic database containing the essential biographical facts of Chinese and foreign Christian missionaries, church leaders, evangelists, and laity chiefly responsible for laying the foundations and advancing the growth of Chinese Christian communities and their influence in societies around the world. While the database is widely inclusive of time periods and faith traditions, the distinctive focus of the project is on the lesser-known Chinese Christians of the modern era (1800 to 1950).
china  religion  Christianity  history  onlinereference  Zongmu 
october 2013 by davesgonechina
Chinese Pamphlets Digital Collection at The Center for Research Libraries | Home
Chinese Pamphlets
Political communication and mass education in the early period of the People's Republic of China
Mass education materials published in Hong Kong and in Mainland China, particularly Shanghai, in the years 1947-1954. These cartoon books, pamphlets, postcards and magazines, on topics such as foreign threats to Chinese security, Chinese relations with the Soviet Union, industrial and agricultural production, and marriage reform, were produced by both Kuomintang (Nationalist) and Gongchantang (Communist) supporters.
propaganda  china  archives  Zongmu  onlinereference  history 
october 2013 by davesgonechina
期刊导航 - 国家哲学社会科学学术期刊数据库
Zongmu  onlinereference  china  statistics 
september 2013 by davesgonechina
Bamboo DiRT | Drupal for Humanists
Bamboo DiRT is a directory-style site built using Drupal 7. Other than using Display Suite to modify the way each of the entries is displayed, and using Views to override the default search and taxonomy displays, it's fairly simple.
Zongmu  openSource  software  webdesign  drupal 
august 2013 by davesgonechina
How to build a site like Bamboo DiRT using the Drupal content management system - Project Bamboo - UCB Confluence
Bamboo DiRT is a directory-style site built using Drupal 7. Other than using Display Suite to modify the way each of the entries is displayed, and using Views to override the default search and taxonomy displays, it's fairly simple.
Zongmu  openSource  software  webdesign  drupal 
august 2013 by davesgonechina
Dr. Jacqueline M. Newman Chinese Cookbook Collection Exhibit
In 2002, Special Collections and University Archives at Stony Brook University acquired the Dr. Jacqueline M. Newman Chinese Cookbook Collection, the largest cookbook collection of its kind. The collection includes more than 3,000 Chinese cookbooks; books on food Chinese food culture, medicine, and history; haute cuisine magazines; archival materials; and audio visual materials. This digital collection contains images from the books featured in the 2008 exhibition “Take a Wok Through Chinese Culinary History.”
onlinereference  china  food  Zongmu 
august 2013 by davesgonechina
The Virtual Cities Project (Virtual Cities)
The Virtual Cities Project places a particular emphasis on the notion of spatial history. It is an approach that initially differed from historical geography perceived excessively focused on landscape and its transformation. Spatial history  also emerged before the emergence of GIS and the drastic renewal of methods that eventually made such a distinction fade away. On the one hand, historians have begun to invest the new technology in which they find a way to process (or re-process) data that was previously beyond their reach. Historical geographers have also naturally turned to GIS as a major instrument for their pursuits. The “spatial turn” in the humanities and the use of common tools, especially GIS, has led to fruitful methodological debates about the implications and difficulties of fitting historical data into GIS grids, about the ways in which datasets and projects can communicate with each other, about the costs/risks of investing in such time- and money-consuming constructions. In other words, technological innovation has brought together scholars in the humanities to reconsider their methods and to explore ways in which their discipline could connect.
onlinereference  Zongmu  sidewalks  china 
august 2013 by davesgonechina
Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review | Cross-Currents
"Cross-Currents strikes me as a fine exemplar of the new publishing possibilities available to scholars of Asia today. Consistently fascinating, in content and in use of the e-journal format."
onlinereference  china  journal  Zongmu 
july 2013 by davesgonechina
CASHL 开世览文 Chinese Academic Social Sciences and Humanities Library
As of July 2010, CASHL College of Humanities and Social Sciences Contents database of foreign periodicals indexed journals are 11,000 kinds of species; foreign books more than 48 ten thousand kinds; from JSTOR, PAO and other foreign famous Humanities and Social Sciences 1370 kinds of electronic databases periodicals, first started in the 16th century; including EEBO, ECCO, MyiLibrary, EAI, etc. 340,000 kinds of early foreign language books abroad, first started in 1473; directory data 14 million, 780,000 bibliographic data.
china  libraries  onlinereference  Zongmu 
july 2013 by davesgonechina
China Guiding Cases Project | China Guiding Cases Project at Stanford Law School
The China Guiding Cases Project (CGCP) is a groundbreaking initiative of Stanford Law School aimed at advancing knowledge and understanding of Chinese law and enabling judges and legal experts both inside and outside of China to contribute to the evolution of Chinese case law through ongoing dialogue on “guiding cases” released by China’s Supreme People’s Court.
law  onlinereference  china  Zongmu 
july 2013 by davesgonechina
Lexology is an innovative, web-based service that provides company law departments and law firms with a depth of free practical know-how that would be impossible to produce internally. By collaborating with the world's leading commercial law firms, Lexology is able to deliver fully tailored intelligence to the desktops of business lawyers worldwide on a daily basis.
law  onlinereference  Zongmu 
july 2013 by davesgonechina
One important librarian role over the next five to ten years is to provide access to online library resources – free, open access, or purchased, all valuable resources, in an intuitive, easy to use one-stop shop, and not to be afraid of running continual beta test in which new services and functions can be added when necessary. To do this, librarians and e-resources managers need flexible, interoperable resource-discovery systems based on open source software.
libraries  onlinereference  openSource  Zongmu 
july 2013 by davesgonechina
CitationStyles.org | The Citation Style Language - open and free citation styles
CitationStyles.org is the home of the Citation Style Language (CSL), an open XML-based language to describe the formatting of citations and bibliographies.
metadata  libraries  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
A1 Soft: Simplified Music Notation Editor, Free Software
A Windows Desk-Top software for numbered (simplified) music notation, JianPu.
music  china  onlinereference  Zongmu  software 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
CrossAsia: OGEA search
The Online Guide East Asia offers access to electronic resources related to East and Southeast Asian studies in both western and orginal language. OGEA is built up and maintained in cooperation with our project partners. You may either browse the catalogue by subject classes or search a term and then filter your results by futher criteria such as region, language, kind of resource etc.
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  libraries  asia 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
MusicXML 3.0 Specification
Coverage of more sheet music repertoires, including Chinese jianpu numbered notation, Turkish maqam music, Persian and Iranian music, and improved support for educational music.
music  metadata  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
US-China Institute :: news & features :: assignment: china -- usci series on american reporting on china
How do we know what we know about China? The images most Americans hold of China were shaped by news coverage. Our multipart documentary series Assignment: China focuses on the journalists who have described the remarkable changes in China since the 1940s.
china  journalism  history  film  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Chronicling America « Library of Congress
Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
history  U.S.  onlinereference  Zongmu  newspapers 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
BAV - Vatican Library
onlinereference  history  libraries  Zongmu  religion 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Aim of the project: making available a number of interesting and/or important historical tables, and facilitating the study of the original tables by historians of mathematics; in some cases, the entire original works have been reproduced; many of the original tables have already been digitized, and can now be easily checked.
mathematics  history  china  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
A Computerized Database of Oracular Inscriptions on Tortoise Shells and Bones
Databases for: Oracular Inscriptions on Tortoise Shells and Bones; Bronze Inscriptions; Excavated Wood/Bamboo and Silk Scripts; Traditional Chinese Texts of Weijin and the Northern and Southern Dynasties (220-589AD); Entire Body of Extant Han and Pre-Han (pre-220AD) Traditional Chinese Texts; Entire Body of Extant Chinese Encyclopedias (Leishu)
history  PrimarySource  china  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Databases on the History of Contemporary Chinese Political Movements
Mr. Song and his friends spent four long years and experienced many hardships to bring about the successful completion of the Chinese Cultural Revolution CD-ROM Database. With over ten thousand primary documents totaling nearly thirty million words, this database represents a compilation of historical resources of monumental proportions. Arranged by category, the database consists of seven parts, each made up of first-hand sources. It thus provides future researchers and scholars with a convenient collection of the most important primary sources on the Cultural Revolution.
history  onlinereference  Zongmu  china  CulturalRevolution  PrimarySource 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
The First Chinese American - The Remarkable Life of Wong Chin Foo
America’s civil rights movements have all had their Martin Luther Kings, their César Chávezes and their Gloria Steinems. But to whom can Chinese Americans point? More than 70 years before Dr. King dreamed of an America that judged people according to the “content of their character,” Wong Chin Foo (王清福, 1847-1898) defied those who wished to exclude Chinese by declaring that only “character and fitness should be the requirement of all who are desirous of becoming citizens of the American Republic.”
china  history  onlinereference  Zongmu  U.S.  humanRights 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Asia for Educators | Columbia University
An initiative of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University, Asia for Educators (AFE) is designed to serve faculty and students in world history, culture, geography, art, and literature at the undergraduate and pre-college levels.
china  history  onlinereference  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Databrary is an open data library for developmental science. Share video, audio, and related metadata. Discover more, faster.
onlinereference  libraries  Database  Zongmu 
june 2013 by davesgonechina
Beijing of Dreams: An archive of old photographs showing the old gates and walls of Beijing (Peking)
This is a website which shows the lost ‘Beijing of Dreams’, using old photos surviving from the time when Beijing was the greatest walled capital city anywhere in the world. We have concentrated at first upon showing the vast walls and gates of Beijing, all but a few traces of which are gone now. 
china  history  onlinereference  photos  Zongmu 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
The Billion Prices Project @ MIT
The Billion Prices Project is an academic initiative that uses prices collected from hundreds of online retailers around the world on a daily basis to conduct economic research.

This page shows our most recent research leveraging high-frequency price data, as well as the US daily inflation index (updated monthly on this page).
economics  visualization  onlinereference  Zongmu 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
AidData | Home
Tracking Chinese Development Finance to Africa - BETA
china  africa  development  economics  softpower  onlinereference  Zongmu 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
Welcome to the LawInsider.com contract database.
Finally, a free, good way to search the SEC database of contracts: Well done The over 250,000 contracts contained within this website are SEC document filings that have been catalogued and indexed by contract type, state, company-- among various other subcategories (tags).
onlinereference  law  china  Zongmu  from twitter_favs
may 2013 by davesgonechina
 CHINA-BURMA-INDIA - Remembering the Forgotten Theater of World War II
Officially established March 3, 1942, the China-Burma-India Theater (CBI) is often referred to as The Forgotten Theater of World War II.  Of the 12,300,000 Americans under arms at the height of World War II mobilization, only about 250,000 (two percent) were assigned to the CBI Theater, making CBI Veterans are Unique more than just a slogan.
history  china  burma  onlinereference  Zongmu 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
Taiwan judicial law and court ruling database. Rudimentary English version as well.
taiwan  law  onlinereference  Zongmu 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
Early Medieval China Group
Includes thesaurus, bibliography, timeline, journal.
onlinereference  Zongmu  china  history 
may 2013 by davesgonechina
DPLA @ U Illinois IMLS
The IMLS Digital Collection & Content aggregation brings together over 1700 cultural heritage collections from more than 1400 institutions across the U.S. The team’s DPLA Beta Sprint prototype builds on the IMLS DCC knowledge and experience aggregating metadata records from a diverse range of libraries, museums, archives, and historical societies. As part of the DPLA Launch exhibition, the new Beta Sprint Prototype showcases a number of new features: including refined retrieval algorithms and interleaved supplementary resources from the Flickr Commons and HathiTrust Books. The prototype also includes improved interaction with data through COinS (ContextObjects in Spans) and UnAPI to facilitate direct reuse of data for bookmarking, linking, and sharing through tools such as Mendeley, LibX, and Zotero.
onlinereference  DPLA  Zongmu  libraries 
april 2013 by davesgonechina
乡音苑 Phonemica
Phonemica 乡音苑 is a project to record spoken stories in every one of the thousands of varieties of Chinese very cool
onlinereference  Zongmu  china  linguistics  mp3  from twitter_favs
april 2013 by davesgonechina
DPLA StackLife
StackLife demonstrates one way a group independent of the Digital Public Library of America can create its own way of browsing its collection, using the information made openly available by the DPLA. In this early version, you can browse a superset of books from the Hathi Trust and the Open Library that have been gathered by the DPLA.
zongmu  onlinereference  libraries  openSource 
april 2013 by davesgonechina
Capturing Chinese | Don't just learn Chinese, capture it
Where was when I was a student? Real modern Chinese Literature with pinyin transcripts, notes, illustrations and mp3!
china  onlinereference  Zongmu  linguistics  chinese  中文  from twitter_favs
april 2013 by davesgonechina
Researchr - Stian's PhD wiki
It's really a whole framework with a bunch of applications (the key ones being BibDesk, Skim, DokuWiki, Chrome) and lot's of small “glue scripts” tying them together, as well as Keyboard Maestro to provide shortcuts. Many of these scripts are really useful in their own right, but together they make up an “academic information management workflow”, which is at the same time individual and happens on the local computer, but also set up to be easily shared with others. I just call it “researchr” to have something to call it - it's not a product I am trying to market, but rather an attempt to share both some neat things that have proven useful in my work, as well as the philosophical idea of an integrated academic workflow.
academia  openSource  software  knowledgemanagement  Zongmu  libraries 
march 2013 by davesgonechina
Manchu Studies Group
Welcome to the Manchu Studies Group website.  Please take a moment to read our welcome message here. The site is still under construction, but members and visitors are invited to have a look around.  If you are not a member and would like to join, please register using the bar at the right. We ask that you take the time to fill out your profile.
onlinereference  china  history  linguistics  Zongmu 
march 2013 by davesgonechina
Linguistic engineering : language and politics in Mao's china
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- I. Prelude -- 1. Linguistic Engineering: Theoretical Considerations -- 2. Linguistic Engineering before the Cultural Revolution -- II. Mass Mobilization, Language and Interpretation 1966-68 -- 3. Mao's Revolutionary Strategy 1966-68 -- 4. Revolutionary Conformity, Public Criticism and Formulae -- 5. Dichotomies, Demons and Violence -- 6. Creating Referents and Controlling the Word -- 7. Controlling Culture: Literature and Dramatic Art -- 8. Educating Revolutionaries: English -- Language Teaching -- IV. Assessment -- 9. China's Great Experiment: Intensity, Success, and Failure -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Zongmu  onlinereference  china  politics  linguistics  from twitter_favs
march 2013 by davesgonechina
· Center for China-United States Cooperation ·
Founded in early 1998 by the University of Denver's Graduate School of International Studies, now known as the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, the CCUSC has been strategic in educating people in the Rocky Mountain region about Greater China, including the Mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
Zongmu  onlinereference  china  politics  journal 
march 2013 by davesgonechina
Chinese Grammar Wiki
Resources for Chinese grammar have been scattered, incomprehensible, and hidden behind paywalls for way too long. Wikipedia has shown us a better way, and we have taken up the challenge of making Chinese grammar learner-friendly and accessible to all.
中文  Zongmu  onlinereference 
march 2013 by davesgonechina
Benjamin Elman - files for E-papers
Complete books, podcasts, articles and reviews in English and Chinese
china  history  onlinereference  Zongmu  science 
march 2013 by davesgonechina
Get to know the interconnected powers that lead China today. Explore these connections in Social Power and Institutional Power. Discover their paths to power in Career Comparison.
china  journalism  visualization  onlinereference  Zongmu  politics  from twitter_favs
march 2013 by davesgonechina
About - Photography of China
This blog is a collection of photographs - created by both native and non-native artists - which depict a common subject-matter: China.
china.blogs  china  photos  art  onlinereference  Zongmu 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
About us | Beijing International Society
The Beijing International Society was established in 1981 by a group of foreigners who shared an interest in exploring and understanding China’s rich and varied culture.
china  newsletter  onlinereference  Zongmu 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
China Institutes Of Contemporary International Relations
China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR) is a comprehensive research institution for international studies. In compliance with the directive of the State Council to set up a series of new institutions for international studies, the predecessor, China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, announced its official establishment in 1980. In 2003, the Institute was renamed and upgraded to China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations. - Affiliated with Ministry of State Security
china  espionage  politics  onlinereference  Zongmu  thinktank 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
China Law Translate |
Welcome to China Law Translate, a collaborative effort to bring Chinese and Western legal professionals together through translation.
Zongmu  onlinereference  china  law 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
Bookends is a full-featured and cost-effective bibliography, reference, and information management system for students and professionals. Bookends requires Intel Macs and Mac OS X 10.4 or later. Bookends is unicode-savvy, so you can mix Roman (English, French, German, etc.) and non-Roman (Japanese, Greek, Hebrew, etc.) characters.
libraries  onlinereference  repository  Zongmu 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
Welcome // | Bamboo DiRT
Bamboo DiRT is a tool, service, and collection registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. Developed by Project Bamboo, Bamboo DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software.
webdesign  Zongmu  onlinereference  repository  digitalHumanities 
february 2013 by davesgonechina
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