Social sciences and humanities for all historical periods in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages.
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Chinese art: traditional||2013-05-03||Art, Art history, Asian studies, Chinese studies|
|Chinese biographies||Zhaohui Xue||2014-05-19||Chinese studies|
|Chinese art: Modern and contemporary||2013-05-03||Art, Art history, Asian studies, Chinese studies|
|Visual History Archive: Testimonies of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses||Anna M Levia||2014-10-29||Manuscripts and archives, History, African history, Chinese studies, East Asian studies, Jewish studies|
|Find Chinese materials in SearchWorks||Zhaohui Xue||2014-05-01||Chinese studies|
|East Asian Studies||Qi Qiu||2014-11-03||Asian studies, Chinese studies, East Asian studies, Japanese studies, Korean studies|
|Electronic resources for Chinese studies||Zhaohui Xue||2014-11-21||Chinese studies|
|Chinese contemporary music||Ray Heigemeir||2014-05-23||Music, Music history, Chinese studies|
Philip C. C. Huang and Kathryn Bernhardt are Professors of Chinese History at UCLA. Prof.
Miss Elsie Anderson spent seventeen years in China as a Secretary for Young Women's Christian Association of China (YWCA) 中華基督教女青年會 between 1920s-1
Chinese comic books (连环画) are a popular medium to entertain and to educate the public in China.