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Robert Tuck on Transnational Kanshi Exchange in Meiji Japan

Our last 2015 article for Sino-Japanese Studies is by Robert Tuck, ‘”All Men Within the Four Seas are Brothers:’ Transnational Kanshi Exchange in Meiji Japan.” The work looks at Sino-Japanese poetic interaction between private citizens of the Qing and Meiji Japan. Below, Professor Tuck was kind enough to answer a few questions about his work. […]

New Resources Page

The re-launched SJS journal is moving along nicely. We have had almost a dozen articles and translations in the 2009 volume 16 of SJS. At the close of the year we’ll write up an overview of the year’s publications and post a link to that here on the news page. In addition to articles, however, […]

Announcing the relaunch of Sino-Japanese Studies online

For fifteen years Sino-Japanese Studies (1988-2003) was published in hard form and distributed throughout the world. It was the only journal of its kind in content, bringing together Chinese and Japanese studies—irrespective of discipline or time period. The relaunched journal will be available open access online and will continue to be the only journal of […]

Volume 3 Issue 1 and 2 Added

PDFs for articles in the two issues of volume three are now available from the journal archive.