We have just received the Newsletter for Research in Chinese Studies, 122 (May 2012 - vol. 31, no. 2), 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.
In this issue: Special Feature, International Sinology, Introduction of Materials, Conference Reports, News from Academia.
Special Feature: "The Rebirth of the Classics of Sinology: Focusing on the Character Zhong in the Qinghua Bamboo Slip Text of Bao Xun", by Chou Feng-wu; "The Great Schism of 1949 and the Reshaping of Chinese Cultural Knowledge in Taiwan", by Yang Ru-bin; "Local and International Academic Dialogue", by Liao Ping-hui.
International Sinology: "From Classical to Modern: Changing Directions and Developments in Northern European Sinology", by Li Ming.
Introduction of Materials: "The Significance Today of Denis C. Twitchett's Contribution: Beginning with the Chinese Edition of Cambridge Studies in Chinese History, Literature and Institutions", by Sun Yinggang; Titles of Recently Published Essay Collections.
News from Academia