Journal Desciption: T'oung Pao hardly needs an introduction; over 100 years of publication have made it into the leading journal on all aspects of traditional China. In the course of its existence, T'oung Pao has featured a long range of formative contributions to Sinology by almost all major scholars in this extensive field of ever-increasing importance. Peer-reviewed, under the guidance of its Leiden and Paris main editors, T'oung Pao offers you the opportunity to remain ahead of new and existing scholarship on the fascinating world of China. T'oung Pao features an extensive book review section.
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