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Chinese Studies

This guide serves as a guide to Chinese Studies.


Welcome to the Chinese Studies research guide!

On this page are some of the key general research resources available to faculty and students at ASU.  We have grouped other resources into several formats and subject areas, marked by separate tabs.  Books and NewspapersArticles, Statistics and Data, Reference Tools, Primary Sources on Contemporary ChinaSecondary Sources on Contemporary China and guides for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students

Please use the strategies introduced by the  East Asian Information Literacy tutorial series for searching materials.

New/Upgraded Databases (ASU ID/Password required)

Good News: Arizona State University Library now has the following new/upgraded database(s)

Frequently Used Databases

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