We have just received the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 121 (February 2012 - vol. 31, no. 1), a hard copy quarterly published by the Center for Chinese Studies (CCS). The institute was established in 1981 to promote research in Chinese studies both in Taiwan (The Republic of China) and overseas. The journal is published in Chinese and subtitled in English.
This issue includes: Summary of Research, Researchers of Chinese Studies Scholars, Book Review, Conference Reports, News from Academia.
Summary of Research: “The Impact and Metamorphosis of Humanities Research in the Digital Age”, by Huang Kuan-chung; “Art History Research in Taiwan”, by Shih Shou-chien; “The Contention Between Fringe and Mainstream: Forging “Literary Theater” in Taiwan’s Beijing Opera”, by Wang An-chi; “Contrast of Dialogue: Sinology in Taiwan and Korea from the Perspective of Glocalogy”, by Baik Youngseo; “Record of the Comprehensive Group Discussion: How Can We Create Excellence in Taiwanese Sinoloy?”
Researchers of Chinese Studies Scholars: “Friederich Hirth and His Achievements in Sinology”, by Cheng Long.
Book Review, Conference Reports, News from Academia.