4 Best Chinese History Blogs and Websites

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Chinese History Blogs

Here are 4 Best Chinese History Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Jeremiah Jenne

Jeremiah Jenne Jeremiah is a writer and historian based in Beijing since 2002. He earned his PhD from the University of California, Davis, and taught Late Imperial and Modern Chinese History for over 15 years. The blog is a collection of jottings, writings, published pieces, and inchoate thoughts.
jeremiahjenne.com
Twitter Followers 18.3K Frequency 6 posts / quarter Domain Authority 26 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers, Podcasters, YouTubers, and Instagram Influencers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. China Online Museum

China Online Museum Hi! I'm Yu Yibo, curator of the China Online Museum. I started this project in early 2009 to introduce Chinese arts and culture to people around the world. China Online Museum primarily focuses on Chinese bronzes, calligraphy, painting, ceramics, jade and carving. For each of these categories, I try to pick the most representative works of art to form the virtual galleries. The artworks are chosen from many famous museums and public auctions.
comuseum.com
Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 43 Get Email Contact

3. The China Story Blog

The China Story Blog The China Story Project is created by the Australian Centre on China in the World (CIW) at the College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University (ANU). The primary purpose of CIW is to support academic research at the ANU relating to all areas of the Chinese-speaking world. It is also our mission to share China-related research from around the world with the broader public in a relevant, accessible and engaging way.
thechinastory.org
Facebook Followers 3.2KTwitter Followers 13.7K Domain Authority 53 Get Email Contact

4. Visualising China Blog

Visualising China Blog This blog showcases the work and interests of the University of Bristol's Historical Photographs of China project. Launched in 2006, and led by Robert Bickers, it aims to locate, digitize and publish online through its open-access platform, historical photographs of China mainly in the hands of families who formerly had connections to China.
visualisingchina.net
Twitter Followers 11.7K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 31 Get Email Contact

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Chinese History Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Chinese History. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
Jeremiah Jennejeremiahjenne.com/the-archives/2023/8/8/have-tunes-will-travel-the-musical-adventures-of-dj-bo41
Li Chenchineselawandhistory.com/post/chinese-legal-documents-series-315
Annie Luman Renthechinastory.org/tiger-tiger/10
Ljnwy3chineselawandhistory.com/post/isclh-biannual-conference-schedule-%E4%B8%AD%E5%9B%BD%E6%B3%95%E5%BE%8B%E4%B8%8E%E5%8E%86%E5%8F%B2%E5%9B%BD%E9%99%85%E5%AD%A6%E4%BC%9A%E5%8F%8C%E5%B9%B4%E4%BC%9A%E8%AE%AE%E7%A8%8B8
Andrew Hilliervisualisingchina.net/blog/2021/10/11/a-disturbing-intimacy-the-private-papers-of-c-c-a-kirke/6
Robert Bickersvisualisingchina.net/blog/2021/04/13/hpc-a-change-of-pace/6
Yun Jiangthechinastory.org/neican-un-trade-resilience-chinese-australians-songs-metoo/6
Jamie Carstairsvisualisingchina.net/blog/2021/10/08/john-thomsons-plaque-edinburgh/4
Helena F. S. Lopesvisualisingchina.net/blog/2022/09/30/a-name-a-photograph-and-a-history-of-global-connections/4
Shun-kau Nganthechinastory.org/glib-talk-with-chinese-characteristics-can-never-redeem-characteristically-chinese-pig-headedness/1
Pan Wangthechinastory.org/womens-voices-rights-and-the-vision-of-the-state/1
Craig A. Smiththechinastory.org/making-the-past-into-this-moment-historical-memory-in-taiwan/1
Wei Shanthechinastory.org/chinese-youth-westernised-but-not-pro-democracy/1
Mike Jonesvisualisingchina.net/blog/2023/01/13/need-and-opportunity-the-new-hpc-website/1
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