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Southeast Asia in the Ming Shi-lu (An open access resource) – This work identifies all of the references to Southeast Asia contained within the Ming Shi-Lu and provides them to readers in English-language translation
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Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient is a peer reviewed journal which annually publishes high level scientific research either in French or English and which focuses on Asia – from India to Japan – in all the fields of Human and Social Sciences. It is one of the oldest and most internationally renowned journals in Asian studies.