Situated in the heart of Asia-Pacific area, Taiwan has the irreplaceable research value for the global sinology community. Based on Taiwanese scholars’ viewpoints, this series contains broad, diverse and penetrating insights about Chinese world, ranging from the ancient time to contemporary China.
From 1928 to the present, it comprises most of the core/notable journals of humanities and social sciences, exclusive classical magazines, archives and historical documents in Taiwan. You can investigate sinology and modern China deeper by understanding Taiwan. This collection features the research outcome of Taiwanese Humanities, aiming for presenting the most inclusive viewpoints from the Taiwanese scholarship.