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1, The contents of No. 16 June 2019 are available, please visit "Latest Volumes" 2019年6月第十六期已经上传网络,敬请访问“最新内容”栏目

 

2, ELSEVIER, DOAJ, OCCC, the Globethics.net library, SCOPUS and EBSCO  have accepted our journal into their inclusions during the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017.

 

3, Institute of Studies of Religious Culture in Europe and America, Wuhan University, has become one of our sponsors since 2017, welcome and thanks.自2017年开始,武汉大学欧美宗教文化研究所成为本刊的协作者,特此表达欢迎和致谢之意。

 

4, The Wechat Edition has been issued by Prof. SU Dechao and his team. Please scan the QR code in the website by WeChat App. Thanks! 本刊微信版已经由武汉大学苏德超教授及其团队运营,请扫描本页下方的二维码访问。谢谢!

 

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6, This journal is indexed in ESCI, SCOPUS, EBSCO, Web of Science and many other databases. It is also viewed as same as CSSCI or other core journals in many universities and colleges in China. More information please visit the "Index and Database".本刊已被境内、境外多家著名数据库、索引收录,包括ESCI、SCOPUS、EBSCO等数据库,并被南开大学等著名高校视为等同于CSSCI核心刊物。详情请点击Index and Database栏目。

ISSN-L for Print Version 1799-8204; E-ISSN for Online Version  2242-2471. The full texts of this Journal are free! Please download the pdf. file.

International Journal of Sino-Western Studies

Chinese-English Bilingual Semi-annual 

国学与西学: 国际学刊(汉英双语半年刊)

ISSN for Print Version 纸质国际标准期刊号 1799-8204

ISSN-L for Print Version 纸质国际标准期刊 L号 1799-8204

 

ISSN for Online Version 网络电子版国际期刊号 2242-2471

ISSN-L for Online Version 网络电子版国际期刊 L号 2242-2471

 

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Calligraphy of journal title by Prof. LIU Dajun (Chairman of the Chinese Yiching Association, Professor of Shandong University.)刊名题字:刘大钧(山东大学终身教授、中国周易研究会会长)

  

The logo of journal is taken from a Han Dynasty brick carving. It is a flying dragon with one head, two wings, four feet and one tail; and it symbolizes the reality of Chinese thinking system. 本刊 logo 取自汉砖图案,是一只一首两翼四足一尾的飞龙, 象征中国精神体系的实然形象。

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