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Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies 臺灣漢學資源中心
The East Asia Library, University of Washington have partnered with the National Central Library of Taiwan to establish the first-ever Taiwan Chinese Studies Resource Center (TCSRC, renamed Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies, TRCCS) as part of its permanent collections.
The Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies will be the platform for Taiwan to promote and share both Taiwan and China studies with the faculty, scholars and students of the university.
The National Central Library of Taiwan will donate books to Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies. The newly cataloged TRCCS books are shelved in the East Asia Library's third floor reading room, near the new books section. All materials received for Taiwan Resource Center for Chinese Studies will have electronic e-book plate attached to the records. The National Central Library of Taiwan will also provide access to its Center for Chinese Studies digital resources.
News and Events
Exhibition: Reaching out to the Communities & Building Library Resources to Support Taiwan Studies at UW
This exhibition focuses on the active collaborations between UW Libraries through its East Asia Library and academic institutions and communities of Taiwan both at the international and local levels, thanks to the strong support of TECO and the Taiwanese communities in the greater Seattle area. The exhibition highlights the main developments and successful projects and events, which has made significant impact on UW-Taiwan relations.
This year, the Jackson School of International Studies has launched the Taiwan Studies Program at UW. To celebrate this historical event, this exhibition presents about the journey to today’s achievement and highlights the milestones of the library’s endeavors to build resources for Taiwan studies.
New Taiwan Studies Program at UW
By kicking off a discussion on "Why Taiwan" with Chang Tieh-Chih, Jeff Hou and James Lin on Feb. 6, 2018, it starts a series of Taiwan-focused events as part of the new Taiwan Studies Program at University of Washington.