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An introductory guide to East Asian studies (Humanities and Social Sciences) English language resources
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East Asian Studies Research Guide

This guide provides references to some of the most important electronic resources in the Western languages for East Asian studies. The catagory tabs above will direct you to each group of resources.

For resources in East Asian languages, please use the guides for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Studies respectively.

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