Sciences in Communist China: A Symposium Presented at the New York Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 26-27, 1960

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APPENDIX III
Periodicals Containing Articles Related to Electrical Engineering, appearing in Science Abstracts of Communist China, 1959
Name of PublicationIssues per YearPlace
Acta Instituti Technical Textrina Hwa Tung12 Shanghai
Automation (Tzu Tung Hua)12 Peiping
Bulletin of Tung Chi University12 Shanghai
Chiao T'ung Ta Hsüeh Hsüeh Pao2 Shanghai
China's Shipbuilding12 Shanghai
Communication of Railway Science &
Technique
24 Peiping
Communication Science (Tung Hsüeh K'o
Hsüeh)
12 Peiping
Electrical Communication Technique (Tien
Shin Chi Shu
12 Peiping
Electrical Machinery Industry (Tien Chi
Kung Yeh)
12 Peiping
Electric Power Technique (Tien Li Chi Shu)12 Peiping
Electric World (Tien Shih Chieh)12 Shanghai
Electrotechnique (Tien Kung Chi Shu)12 Peiping
Hydraulic & Hydroelectric Construction
(Shui Li Shui Tien Chien Shê)
24 Peiping
Instrument and Laboratory Technique12 Peiping
Journal of Dairen Institute of Technology
(Ta-Lien Kung Hsüeh Yuan Yueh Kan)
12 Dairen
Journal of Harbin Polytechnical UniversityIrregular Harbin
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Institute of
China(Shui Li Hsüeh Pao)
6 Peiping
Journal of Nanking Polytechnic Institute12 Nanking
Journal of Natural Science of Kirin University2 Kirin
Journal of Power Economy12 Peiping
Journal of Tientsin UniversityIrregularTientsin
Journal of Tsinghua UniversityIrregular Peiping
Cinema (or kino) Technique12 Peiping
Peoples Electricity24 Peiping
Power Construction (Tien Li Chien Shê)12 Peiping
Radio12 Peiping
Railway Science and Technique12 Peiping
Science Abstracts of China6 Peiping

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