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Country : India;
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Host : University of Heidelberg
Subject : History
Digitised colonial Bengali periodicals and newspapers. The Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta (CSSSC) has microfilmed and digitised textual sources, including all the major journals of colonial Bengal. This unique collection also extends to rare Bengali books, Assamese journals and books, as well as visual art and popular culture.
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Country : Korea;
Owner :
Host : University of Southern California
Subject : Geography
The Archive consists of 172 original old maps (1606-1895) which include the "Sea of Korea". They help to illustrate how the West's image of East Asia evolved over the course of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
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Country : Southeast Asia;
Owner : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, ISEAS
Host : ISEAS
Subject : Asian Studies
SEALion is the catalogue of the ISEAS library. Registration is required.
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Country : Southeast Asia;
Owner : Northern Illinois University. Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Host : Northern Illinois University
Subject : All subjects
Colour photographs of many subjects such as architecture, family, food, people, politics, religion and transportation in Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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Country : Asia;
Owner : Heritage Microfilm, Inc.
Host : september11archive.com
Subject : Terrorism
Search thousands of newspaper pages for articles on September 11 and all that followed including other terrorist attacks. Asia well represented.
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Country : China;
Owner : Prof. William A. Joseph
Host : Wellesley College
Subject : Political Science
Photographs taken in March-April 1972 by Prof. Joseph. Searchable.
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Country : Australia;
Owner : University of Sydney
Host : University of Sydney
Subject : Sociology
SETIS provides access to a range of digital collections, including major collections in Australian studies. Materials include a large number of networked and in-house full text databases, primarily but not exclusively, source texts within the humanities. In addition to these literary, philosophical and religious texts the service is engaged in a number of text and image creation projects. The networked texts are sgml-encoded texts converted on the fly to html for display. Many of these are commercially licensed texts and available only to users at the University of Sydney.
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Country : Japan;
Owner : Association for Asian Studies, Inc. & East Asian Libraries Cooperative WWW
Host : Ohio State University
Subject : Business
Japanese company histories database with links to Ohio State University library catalogue.
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Country : Singapore;
Owner : Attorney General's Chambers
Host : Attorney General's Chambers
Subject : Law
Full text of all Singapore's statutes arranged alphabetically. Also includes Constitutional Documents, Interpretation Act, Private Acts, English Acts, Imperial Acts.
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Country : China;
Owner : University of Heidelberg
Host : University of Heidelberg
Subject : Catalogues & Directories
In January 1996September 1995 the European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS) began compilation of a database of sinological and Chinese-language serials in European collections called Sinological Serials in European Libraries Project (SSELP). The SSELP Web Catalogue consists of two sets of data: Those of EDoCS, a union catalogue for sinological periodicals with local holdings dating until 1991 and those data from the EACS project SSELP that started in 1996. The EDoCS data have been replaced with entries relevant from the ZDB in 1998 and will be updated again in 2000. The SSELP database contains about 11000 title records with about 27 000 local holdings appended. Title records from SSELP also contain CJK-characters while most of the ZDB data do not. The transliteration used is Pinyin, although Wade-Giles transliteration is also given occasionally and can be retrieved.
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