Encyclopedia of Taiwan
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This database is the largest collection on Taiwan's history in the Chinese language. It is based on the Taiwan Literatures Series, edited by Chou Hsien-Wen, former Dean of the Law School of National Taiwan University, and it is the most frequently used database of this sort since its launch to the market. It contains 595 books divided into 309 categories and accounts for 48 million Chinese characters.
The Encyclopedia of Taiwan incorporates local histories, official documents of Ming, Qin Dynasties as well as Nan-Ming. Also included are poems and private collections, many of which are sole copies and out-of-print books. Encyclopedia of Taiwan covers a time span from the Tang Dynasty to the Japanese occupation period. Data and information are gathered from not only local libraries, but also libraries of Japan, the USA, Hong Kong, Great Britain and the Netherlands. It covers a variety of dimensions of Taiwan, including, in addition to history - geography, local customs, politics, economics, sociology, laws and culture. It is the most complete historical Encyclopedia of Taiwan.
- Tang Dynasty to Japanese Occupation
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