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Course Guide to CHN 375: China and the West: Getting Started

Ever since China and the West encountered with each other, the influence between these two hemispheres has changed the local and world history in the aspects of culture, military, politics, economics and civilization.

East Asian Studies Program at Emory

East Asian Studies Program

Emory’s East Asian Studies Program (EASP) serves as an intellectual center connecting faculty and students from a broad range of disciplines, departments and schools, and links our East Asia-related activities with those of other universities in the region as well as the community at large.

LibX Library Toolbar

Install the Emory Libx toolbar as a Firefox or Internet Explorer add-in.   Libx inserts an Emory shield "cue" in search results from Amazon, Google Scholar, the New York Times Book Review, and other web sites that leads you to Emory Libraries' print and licensed e-resources. If you see the icon, click on the link to see if something is available at or through Emory. 

LibX Library Toolbar Guide

Research Help

This course guide is created to provide research resources for projects and papers of CHN 375: China and the West. You can also find general help on how to conduct research by using scholarly resources on this library web page: Conduct Research

Please contact me if you need any individual help.

Visit the Writing Center for Your Paper

The Writing Center Satellite is located directly behind the Reference desk on the 2nd floor of our library.  Please visit this site and see a slideshow as to how to use this service.

The Writing Center Satellite in the Library

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