Chinese Encyclopedia

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The Chinese Encyclopedia (Chinese: 中華百科全書) is a modern Chinese encyclopedia. It was published in the Republic of China from 1981 until 1983. It comprises 10 volumes and 38 categories, with more than 15,000 entries. Most of the editors were from Chinese Culture University and Zhonghua Xueshuyuan in Taiwan.


The Chinese government plans to create a third edition, which will be available online. It is planned that more than 20,000 authors from universities and research institutes will contribute to this edition, which will be expanded to 300,000 entries.[1]

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