We have just received the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 118 (May 2011 - vol. 30, no. 2), a hard copy quarterly published by the Center for Chinese Studies (CCS), established in 1981 to promote research in Chinese studies both in Taiwan (The Republic of China) and overseas.
It is written in Chinese with subtitles in English. It contains articles, interviews, and regular updates on the happenings in the worldwide community of Chinese studies.
This issue includes:
Summary of Research (“The Orientalists of the Baltic Region and World Sinology”, by Irina Popova; “The History of Russian Sinological Research: An Introduction”, by Li Mingbin; “The Changing Direction of China Studies in the Soviet Union, 1917-1950”, by Chen Jinpeng); Researchers of Chinese Studies Scholars (“The Father of Modern Russian Sinology: Sergei Georgievskii’s Views on China and His Historical Contribution”, by Zhang Zhiyuan); Introduction of Materials (“Using Korea’s Sinological Collections and Databases”, by ha Hye Jng; Titles of Recently Published Essay Collections); Research Institutes; Book Review; Conference Reports; News from Academia.