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Enrich Professional Publishing added on 27th March, 2013
Enrich Professional Publishing aims to promote a better understanding of modern China. In an era where China’s role on the world stage is rapidly evolving, EPP offers an objective and unbiased approach to understanding this New China. The Enrich collaborative process brings together authors and editors with faculty members, policy-makers, and scholars to produce authoritative and timely works on contemporary developments in China.
Paths International added on 16th July, 2011
Established in 2002, Paths International was established with the purpose of bringing high quality academic and professional content written and developed in Asia to Europe and North America. Paths International Ltd is now making available e-books written by Chinese authors from some of the most prestigious universities and institutions in the country.
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) added on 22nd February, 2011
The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, NIAS, in Copenhagen was founded as an independent Asian studies institute in 1968. Supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers it has maintained a commitment to contribute to the development of Asian studies in the Nordic region.
Journal of the Burma Research Society (JBRS) added on 14th July, 2010
The Burma Studies Group publishes the Bulletin of the Burma Studies Group, twice in a year (March and September). This publication highlights the new research on Burma Studies as well as conferences related to Burma. It draws together research and critical reflection on Burma/Myanmar from scholars across Asia, North America and Europe.
National Taiwan University Press (NTUP) added on 1st July, 2010
The NTU Press is the most prolific University publisher in Taiwan, with particular emphasis on literature arts, history, philosophy and the social sciences. In recent years, the range has expanded to include publications on mathematics, medicine, natural sciences and other fields of scholarship.
Culturecom added on 4th June, 2010
Culturecom is one of the largest comic content providers in Asia developing multimedia comics and related businesses in China and overseas markets. It possesses over 38 years of experience in comic publishing and has grown to become one of the largest Japanese comic publishers from Hong Kong.
The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) added on 8th April, 2010
The Institute is a major publisher of scholarly books and journals on Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific. The Publications Unit of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies has published almost 2,000 scholarly books and journals since 1972. It focuses on economics, politics, and social issues in Southeast Asia.
Rare Books on Burma added on 24th November, 2009
Rare Books on Burma collection were published in English during the 18th and 19th centuries; covering a wide area on history, cultural anthropology, archaeology, religious studies, art history, political science and musicology. Rare books from the Burma collection presents scholars with an excellent window on pre-modern Burma and South East Asia.
Anmol Publications added on 18th November, 2009
Publishing under our own high-flying trademark, we have positioned ourselves as a credible name among the bibliophiles and readers all over the world. We are one of the most renowned and largest book publishers in India and we have been spreading our wings throughout the world.