NEH 2012- Useful Links


Thinking Through Cultural Diversity:  Bridging Cultural Differences in Asian Traditions

Useful Links

The Internet makes available a stunning - and at a times, simply overwhelming amount of material. Our intention on this page is to assemble links that you have either used in the past and found particularly worthwhile, or that you discover in the course of your project development research here during the program - what you might think of as "best of the Web" collection. Should you have links you deem worthy of inclusion, please send access information (URL) to either Joseph Harroff or Sandy Osaki and we'll see that they get uploaded onto the site.


 Academic Links

Asia for Educators (Columbia University)

A Visual Sourcebook of Chinese Civilization (by Patricia Ebrey)

East Asian History-Online Sourcebook (Fordham University)

Chinese History-Timelines and Maps (by Ulrich Theobald)

Shuhai Wenyuan (University of Hawaii)-Tools and Texts for researching ancient Chinese Philosophy

Islam in Southeast Asia (Multimedia presentation from the Asia Society--introduction written by Morris Rossabi)

Modern Chinese Literature and Culture Resource Center (Ohio State University)

Smithsonian Freer-Sackler Museum of Asian Art

Chinese Cinema Web-Based Learning Center (UC-San Diego)

The Silk Road Seattle

The International Dunhuang Project

Toyo Bunko Rare Books Project

The Zen Site

Informed Comment: Thoughts on the Middle East, History, and Religion

Islam in Southeast Asia

NEH Bridging Cultural Differences Facebook Fan Page


Life in Hawaii

Hawaii's Official Tourism Site

Maps of Oahu


Restraunts Recommended for ASDP Participants

UH Manoa Campus Map

Hawaii News

HPR Community Calendar (Music, Theater, Arts, etc.)