We have just received the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 119 (August 2011 - vol. 30, no. 3), 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 Center for Chinese Studies: Hopes for the Next 30 Years”, by Tseng Shu-hsien; “Creating a Hig Quality Environment for Chinese Studies: 30 Successful Years of the Center for Chinese Studies”, by Huang Kuan-chung; “A Brief History of the Center for Chinese Studies”, by Tsai Ching-lang;
“A Brief History of the Center for Chinese Studies”, by Tsai Ching-lang; “Advisory Committee of Center for Chinese Studies”, by Chen Hsu-mei; “Chinese Studies Archive Search ad Reading Service”, by C hen You-min; “Printing a Rich Variety of High-Quality Chinese Studies Publications”, by Wang Yu-ching; “Making Friends around the World: Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies”, by Liau Jane; “Providing Global Academic Exchange Platform: Center for Chinese Studies Academic Activities”, by Liau Jane; “Where to Find Sinology in a Sea of Information? Introduction to the Center for Chinese Studies Databases”, by Sun Hsiu-ling; “An Overview of the Center for Chinese Studies 30th Anniversary Program of Events”, by Keng Li-chun. Conference Reports, News from Academia.