Researching China?

Chinese flag. Five yellow stars on red background

Chinese flag. Image from http://english.gov.cn/2005-08/16/content_23394.htm

The growth of China has been a major topic in recent years, and it is an area that our students, faculty and staff have expressed interest in. From the 2CI cluster in Chinese Studies to the Confucius Institute, research on China is a growing area on campus. Add to  this the initiative in GSU’s strategic plan to “Enhance the global competency of students, faculty and staff” and it’s clear to see why interest in all aspects of China is rising on campus and beyond.

To help support these University initiatives and as a starting point for anyone with an interest in China, a group of subject librarians developed a research guide focused on various aspects of China. Take a look at the research guide if you’re interested in learning more about the language & culture, philosophy & religion, education, politics, economics, or business in China. If you’re interested in other aspects of China, contact your subject librarian.

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One Response to Researching China?

  1. Mark Newham says:

    For the INSIDE story on China, especially its media, your library could do worse than stock my book ‘Limp Pigs and the Five-Ring Circus’. It’s the result of two years spent in the very gearbox of China’s propaganda machine in order to understand how the machine works and report the findings to the outside world.