Chinese electronic resources. Book Display

«On the occasion of both EASL and EACS conferences in Paris, some vendors, bookshops and publishers will display and sell their products. The display will take place in the hall of the building shared by the French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (INALCO) and the Academic Library for Languages and Civilisations (BULAC), 65 rue des Grands Moulins.

The following exhibitors will be present:

 

Exhibitors

Type of display

Librarie Le Phénix books (on sell)
French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC) China perspectives issues (on sell)
Les Belles Lettres books (on sell)
French Association for Chinese Studies (AFEC) Etudes Chinoises issues (on sell)
漢學研究中心 /國家圖書館, 臺灣

Center for Chinese Studies/ National Central Library, Taiwan

books (on display only)
Routledge books (on sell)
Brill e-resources
国家知识基础设施 / CNKI e-resources
万方数据 / Wanfang Data e-resources
超星数字图书馆 / Superstar e-resources
上海图书馆 / Shanghai Library e-resources
華藝數位 / Airiti e-resources
中国国际图书贸易集团公司 / CIBTC catalogues
中国出版对外贸易总公司 / CNPIEC catalogues

 

Some e-resources vendors can provide trials on site. Rooms with internet acess will be available for these trials. If interested, EASL and EACS delegates can contact directly the following vendors, who will be posted in the display galery.

–     CNKI,

–     Wanfang Data,

–     Brill (on September 5th p.m.)

–   Airiti

 

Brill, CNKI  and Airiti will make presentations about their e-resources on September 7th, between 14h30 and 16h00, in room 9 (see EACS program).

CNKI : Exploring China’s Centenary Developmental path, Revealing the Truth of Its Social Change: Digital Content Services facing Chinese Studies»

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Jacqueline Nivard

Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d'études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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