Copy of the print Siku Quanshu, on display in the Wanfo Building at Tianning Temple of Yangzhou, east China's Jiangsu province, April 16, 2014. From China Daily.
Siku Quanshu is a collection of 3,461 works of Chinese history, literature, philosophy, and science. The collection was compiled by 361 scholars working from 1773 to 1782, who selected, edited and annotated each work. The print edition comprised 36,000 volumes.
The R19 public workstation in Lauinger Library has Siku Quanshu installed. This workstation is next to the Reference Desk and microform workstation.
Please do not try to install the program on other Library computers. (The installation will fail, because you don't have admin access.)
Unfortunately the Siku Quanshu program doesn't play well with our proxy server, so you must be connected to the GU campus network to use the program.
First, please read EastView's user manual: English or Traditional Chinese.
If you have additional questions about searching the collection or reading a particular text, please contact Mr. Ding Ye, Bibliographer for Asia Studies and Linguistics.
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