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Loni Ding Ancestors in the Americas (virtual exhibit tied to series, focused on Asian immigration to America) (Public Broadcasting Service, Alexandria, VA)
The Ancient East Asia Website (articles on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean archaeology, plus news, and a large link page on archaeology) (Simon Holledge)
An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources: The History of East and Southeast Asia (annotated links) (Robert Y. Eng, U. Redlands)
Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library ("collaborative project providing an up-to-date hypertext map and a seamless access tool to networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems") (T. Matthew Ciolek, Australian National U.)
Central Asia History General Resources
H.B. Paksoy ALPAMYSH: Central Asian Identity under Russian Rule (historical and political uses of literature; the case of ALPAMSYH)
Central Asian Monuments (links to academic monographs on key Eurasian texts, on varying subjects) (H.B. Paskoy)
Slavic Research Center: Useful Links (links on Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, arranged by subject) (Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido U.)
The Coins and History of Asia (virtual exhibits on coins, including the Near and Far East) (T. K. Mallon-McCorgray)
International Dunhuang Project (multi-institutional project with database for manuscripts from Silk Road sites, with bibliographies, maps, and photos for context) (International Dunhuang Project)
Finding World History: East Asia (annotated links) (George Mason U.)
The Historical Text Archive: Asia Page (Don Mabry, Mississippi St. U)
Maps of Asia (Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection, UT Austin)
History of Mathematics in Asia (links to images of calendars and an article on Chinese mathematics, plus images and overview) (Saxakali.com)
R. Bin Wong (U. California, Irvine) "R. Bin Wong Examines Asia's Place in World History" (video of lecture at East Asian Institute, Columbia U.)
World History Archives: Asia (history with a working-class focus) (Haines Brown, Central Connecticut State U.))

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