East Asian Library News

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Due to the recent provincial COVID-19 Response Framework, our Limited Consultation Service will be temporarily discontinued until further notice.
Poster for 2021 Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library Resources Access Grant Program Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
This is a pilot program of the Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library that aims to provide equity and access to resources in East Asian Studies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Screenshot of the homepage of the Hyŏndae munhak archive, all in Korean. Header is grey with black logo and menu links. Page body has a white background with black text. An image of the current issue cover is on the left with its table of contents in the center.
The Hyŏndae munhak (現代文學) online archive is now available for the U of T community.
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Members of the U of T community can now request to receive digitized copies of articles from print-only journals held at the East Asian Library.
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The East Asian Library is excited to announce that starting next Tuesday, October 13, our librarians will be providing limited in-person consultation services for the U of T community.
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We've expanded the hours of the EAL Virtual Reference Desk this fall! Join us Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm for instant assistance.
A Chinese propaganda poster from the Mark Gayn Collection
Our library has been working with the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library to enhance the access of historical Chinese materials by improving the metadata in the digital collection. View the collection & learn more about our collaboration...
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Until the end of January 2021, University of Toronto users will have temporary access to Bookcube, a Korean e-book and audiobook database of Korean modern literature and world literature. Learn more...