** China **


**NOTE:  Before you print you must either:


1) Highlight what you want on the webpage, go to “File” and “Print,” click the circle next to “Selection,” then “Print.”  OR


2)  Copy and paste to a Word document (to find “Word,” go to “Start” and choose “Programs.”  “MS Office” is where “Word” can be found.)   Once you have the information copied and pasted to the Word Document, you can change the size of the font to a smaller size (On the Word Document go to "Edit" then "Select All."  Click the arrow next to the font size number at the top and change the number to 10 or 8 if you can read text that small.)  OR


3) If you are in a database (Gale, EBSCO, Salem Press etc.) use the “printer friendly” icon and you don’t have to copy and paste.




The following links are purchased databases: (Database:  Gale Group Discovering Collection.  Type chinese culture or chinese history, etc. in search bar.  Click “Search.”  Look at list in left column for more ideas if you need them. (Database: Gale Virtual Reference Library.  Type chinese culture or chinese history, etc. in search bar. 



The following websites are not purchased databases: Society’s Info on Silk) production - also called “sericulture” - from of Silk -- Silkroad Foundation) (Chinese architecture – China Travel’swebsite) architecture - modern – China Page website) architecture in Guangzhou, China – modern – Skyscraper website) architecture - Travel China Guide website) house architecture - University of Washington) architecture - History for Kids) funeral customs - funeral customs - burning money – Funeral Directory website) funeral - Newsfinder) funeral - - personal description and photos) weddings - Chinese Historical and Cultural Project) weddings - China in China - in China - University of Washington) Calligraphy - Columbia University) Rebellion - Small Planet Communications) Rebellion, Opium Wars, and other historical information – WSU)   (HuaMulan – Randall M! Gee’s Mulan Page) Mulan - SELU faculty member) clothing - in China 1700-1990s – Power House Museum) Chinese clothing - Think Quest) clothing - History for Kids) Chinese food - History for Kids) Chinese food - of 1911 - Library of Congress) of 1911 - The of 1911 - Britannica Online)



General topics related to China can be found at: World Factbook.  Select the droparrow and choose China. of China timeline) relating to China) (Picturesrelating to China) culture) culture, geography, etc.)






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