1.UW East Asia Library has a lot of materials on China, including statistical yearbooks of the whole country, provinces, and cities. see http://www.lib.washington.edu/East-asia/ (The latest Chinese statistical yearbooks are also on CD-ROM in EAL)
2.The Chinese State Statistical Bureau's site:: http://www.stats.gov.cn/ (currently it has statistical yearbooks of recent years online)
3.This site links to many newspapers, magazines and journals on China, both in English and Chinese. http://www.sina.com
4.Universities Service Centre for Chinese Studies at Chinese University Hong Kong http://www.usc.cuhk.edu.hk/link.asp links to many newspapers, Chinese govt web pages, and statistical sources. Its library catelog is also online.
5.Anthony Yeh's References search on urban development and planning in China. See: http://www.hku.hk/cupem/hkchinabib - a very comprehensive and useful site
6.CIESIN China page has boundary files and other socioeconomic data (by county). See http://sedac.ciesin.org/china/
7.Google search (www.google.com) has an advanced search function that can look up Chinese-language materials (choose “language tools”)
8.Marjorie Chan's ChinaLinks! This site has annotated links to some four hundred China- and Chinese language and linguistics-related websites (and a few ftp and gopher sites). http://www.cohums.ohio-state.edu/deall/chan.9/c-links.htm
9.Migration Dialogue at http://migration.ucdavis.edu/, on both international and internal migration (UC Davis)
An extensive bibliography of useful websites on China is found in Fravel, M. Taylor, 2000. “Online and on China: Research Sources in the Information Age,” The China Quarterly, pp.821-842.
Date: October 21, 2002