Founded in 1955, Quan Guo Bao Kan Suo Yin (CNBKSY) is a comprehensive search tool of nearly all of the Chinese newspaper and periodical resources available, with a time span of one and a half century from 1833 till present.
Contains official documents of the Japanese Cabinet; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Army and Navy relating to foreign relations. In an effort to share history as it has been documented, JACAR's archives showcase the original records, including full images of the documents, all in digitized form.
An index to censored Japanese material recovered after WWWII and kept at the University of Maryland Library. It includes galley proofs of books; newspaper and magazine articles, and published books that were either suppressed or partially censored. Registration required at the website.
A Chinese e-book collection containing an extensive collection of books
published since 1949, as well as rare documents from the Ming and Ching epochs. Subject coverage includes works in all major academic disciplines and material from government archives; manuscripts; statistical, and other reference works.
Includes country profiles for over 30 Asia Pacific countries and several European countries, revised and updated annually, analysing political and economic trends. Quarterly country reports for over 30 Asia Pacific countries and several European countries, analysing current trends and providing a two-year forecast.
This database is a full text collection of excavation reports of historical sites in Korea operated by national and university museums, research institutions and associations since 1910. It includes the Collection of Japanese Colonial Government’s Researches on Korean Culture and History.
This database has over one million full text articles from over 1,000 journals and periodicals published by academic and research institutes in South Korea. KISS covers subjects such as languages; history; philosophy; literature; education; sociology; business/economics; law; science; mathematics; agriculture; engineering; medical science; arts and physical education.