Asian Studies World Wide Web Virtual Library http://coombs.anu.edu.au/ WWWVL-AsianStudies.html Maintained by the Australian National Library, this site contains comprehensive Asian studies listings of online journals, information systems, databases, study abroad programs, and bookstores.
Association for Asian Studies www.aasianst.org Official site for the Association for Asian Studies, the main U.S.–based scholarly organization for Asian specialists in all disciplines. Contains information on the association’s publications and conferences and a comprehensive page of Asian studies links.
China the Beautiful www.chinapage.com/main2.html Many pages devoted to Chinese culture, including art, poetry, calligraphy, and current events.
China Daily www.chinadaily.com.cn/ English-language daily newspaper from the People’s Republic of China.
China Historical Geographic Information Systems www.fas.harvard.edu/~chgis/ A remarkable collection of digitized historical maps of all kinds, from 222 BCE to 1911 CE, combining historical, social, economic, and geographic data using contemporary Geographic Information Systems technology. Hosted by Harvard University.
China-related Web Sites http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/chinesehistory/ othersites.html An annotated list of sites on China and Chinese history, from the University of California at San Diego.
Classical Historiography for Chinese History www.princeton.edu/~classbib/ Authored by Professor Benjamin Elman of Princeton University. This site includes comprehensive bibliographies in addition to exercises in utilizing classical Chinese sources.
The Complete Reference to China-Chinese Related Web Sites http://chinasite.com/ Contains more than 8,500 China-related sites and is updated daily; supports a general index that runs the gamut from Chinese history to Chinese restaurants.
East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University: Outreach Page www.indiana.edu/~easc/outreach/ educators/index.shtml Provides resources for K–12 teachers and students of Chinese and East Asian history and culture.
A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/ Designed by Patricia Buckley Ebrey, this site provides maps, a timeline, and a wide range of visual material to supplement the study of China at any level. Includes pages on geography, ancient tombs, Buddhism, military technology, painting, homes, gardens, clothing, and graphic arts.
Warring States Project (University of Massachusetts at Amherst) www.umass.edu/wsp/ Innovative research of Bruce and Taeko Brooks on the Warring States period, tracking the formative intellectual developments of the fifth through the third centuries BCE, leading up to the unification of the Qin Empire in 221 BCE.