- Wesleyan Confucian Etext Project and the Chinese Philosophical Etext Archive. The WCEP is devoted to the preparation and publication of Confucian texts from the eleventh century onward, in electronic form. WCEP texts available at the archive so far include writings of Zhu Xi, Wang Yangming, and Liang Qichao. The archive also contains works by Xunzi, Mozi, and others.
- Wesleyan East Asian Studies. This site includes information on the resources and activities of the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies and the East Asian Studies Program at Wesleyan.
- Chinese on the MacIntosh FAQ. This is too good not to list here: tons of information, regularly updated. Lots to learn even if you don't use a Mac.
- Chad Hansen's home page, containing, among other things, some of his works-in-progress (articles on Zhuangzi and the Later Mohists), a translation of the Daode Jing, and materials related to a course he's taught on comparative East-West ethics.
- Bryan Van Norden's home page, including an excellent (and opinionated) annotated bibliography of secondary sources and translations on Chinese philosophy, materials related to courses he's teaching, and materials on the publications of P. J. Ivanhoe, among other things.
- Charles Muller's Resources for Buddhism and East Asian Philosophy/Religion. Muller is a specialist in Korean Buddhism, but his rich site contains materials extending beyond Buddhism, including etexts of his own translations of the Four Books and the Dao De Jing.
- Fabrizio Pregadio - Chinese and Asian Studies. A very impressive site devoted to Daoism and to Chinese Studies on the web more generally. Pregadio has produced a variety of helpful tools and indexes, as well as compiled information on how to produce and format electronic texts.
- Lao Sze-kwang's Lexicon of Confucianism. A large, searchable database containing information on major figures, texts (including a vast number of commentaries), and concepts from the Confucian tradition. The site also contains an excellent image gallery. All of the material in this first-rate resource is in Chinese.
- Thomas Wilson's home page, containing both syllabi and bibliographic information on Confucianism, as well as his excellent site on the Confucian "Temple of Culture."
- Gary Arbuckle's home page, containing some translations of philosophical and historical works that he offers freely to the teaching public.
- Taiwan's Academia Sinica. This site now contains complete texts of the 25 Histories, numerous Pre-Qin philosophical texts, and the Wenxin Diaolong, which are accessed through a sophisticated search engine. Site access can be spotty at times and is always slow from the US, but this is nonetheless a great resource!
- Mou Zongsan's 14 Lectures. Texts of lectures, in Enlish translation, by one of twentieth century China's leading philosophers.
- The Association for Asian Studies.
- Electronic Buddhist Text Initiative.
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