The links presented on this page will bring you to external websites with online resources we believe to be of interest to the Asia Scholar. IIAS is not responsible for or connected to any of these sites, unless specifically mentioned. The resources have been collected with your help, and we invite everyone to help us further expand this list by sending suggested links to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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With a focus on collecting, researching, displaying and education of pre-modern Chinese arts, its multimedia section includes stunning videos introducing you to their exhibitions and collections.
The Sinologists Facebook group is a professional, scholarly community, and membership is open to all scholars and professionals working in Chinese studies.
The network of 21 specialized research libraries that make up the Smithsonian Libraries provide the Institution’s museums and research centers with resources and services that are as diverse and deep as the collections, exhibits, and scholarship they support.
SOAS digital collections include archives and manuscripts, photographs, maps, books and journals, newspapers, oral histories, films and audio.
SOAS Digital Collections
South Asia Archive
SAMAJ is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open access, journal devoted to research in the social sciences and humanities on South Asia
South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal
This is a free open-access resource for research and teaching on South Asia in English and other regional languages.
South Asia Open Archives on JStor
This archive is specifically focused on the history of South Asian Americans and includes 4,154 items ranging from journals, photographs to periodicals.
South Asian American Digital Archive
A large private group, useful for finding online lectures and latest books on SA, particularly from researchers based in SA.
South Asian Studies Group
Daily in-depth feature articles on power, money, culture, art and the environment. Dedicated to producing engaging stories that combine world-class journalism with captivating art design.
Southeast Asia Globe
Informs and connects a global audience regarding the business, technology, politics, culture, and society of China. A variety of mediums and an extensive network of China-focused podcasts.
Textile Research Centre
The Caravan's stories are based on months of reporting and research, and are crafted into dramatic narratives that employ pace, colour, character and literary style.
Things That Talk
Tracing Patterns Foundation (TPF)
TU Delft Spatial Planning
Gain access to a large collection of Vietnam studies related resources and discussion board.