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Romax for Chinese romanization conversion, Wade-Giles to Pinyin, Pinyin to Wade-Giles

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For example, 旗袍

Qipao in Pinyin

Ch'i-p'ao in Wade-Giles

History of Material Culture in China

Updated in April 2014, this guide is designed to help you start your research papers and/or projects using library resources on the history of material culture in China.

The resources listed in this guide cover select academic disciplines, including history, anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture,  gender studies, religious studies, sociology, and  technology.

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Follow the links below to enable access on campus using your laptop, or off-campus using the proxy or VPN.

  • VPN  Download VPN software on your computer to get off-campus access for everything you'd get using the proxy. If you're having problems with proxy, VPN is a good alternative. When connecting, select the 'althruucsd' setting.
  • Proxy
    Make a simple change to your web browser settings to enable off-campus access for most of our databases and all e-journals and e-books.
  • UCSD Encrypted Wireless
    Use the UCSD-ENCRYPTED wi-fi network to access UC San Diego-licensed resources on your laptop or iPhone anywhere on campus. (UCSD students, faculty, staff only)

 

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