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The research for your paper or thesis requires a wide variety of sources, ranging from textbooks and secondary sources to primary sources. This guide aims to sketch the process involved in locating Chinese language resources when doing research on Chinese Studies at the East Asian Library of the University of Melbourne.

Planning your research project
Locating Chinese books and Journals (pdf)
Finding Chinese journal articles (pdf)
Finding Chinese newspaper articles (pdf)
Chinese Studies Internet Research Resources (pdf)
Research Tools for Chinese Studies

Chinese Studies Key Resources

Endnote X/9 for Chinese Studies
EndNote X/9: Importing from CAJ Web using a filter
EndNote X/9: Importing from Quan guo bao kan suo yin using a filter
EndNote X/9: Importing CJK library records from INNOPAC

EndnoteX/9: Importing from Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) using a filter


Services, Resources and Contacts for Postgraduates

Bick-har Yeung bhy@unimelb.edu.au , the East Asian Librarian is available for research consultation by appointment. It is always a good idea to have an interview with Bick-har when you start your Chinese Studies research project. The East Asian Library will try it's best to support you by obtaining old and new Chinese language materials relating to your research fields for the collection.

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