[This blog was established on Sun, May 25, 2008, and last edited/updated on July 11, 2014]
So far this weblog contains 18 posts under the following headlines:
• The Chinese Lunar Calendar
• Nuclear power plants in Greater China
• Elections in Hong Kong at a glance
• China's Olympic gold
• The 3000 most frequently used Chinese characters
• Updates to The Greater China Factbook
• Greater China = pro-unification? (Essay)
• Chinese tongue twisters
• Disasters and accidents in Greater China
• ROC elections and referendums
• Index of Chinese cities
• The Greater China Factbook
• Currencies in Greater China
• Who's who in Greater China's politics
• Earthquakes in Greater China
Scribd files posted in this blog that were recently created, edited, or upgraded:
2014, July 9—Chronology of events in Greater China 1911-2013
2014, June 25—Who's Who in Taiwan ROC
2013, May 30—Earthquakes in Greater China
2014, May 27—City mayors and county magistrates in the ROC since 1989
2013, May 17—Nuclear power plants in Greater China
2013, May 16—Overview over Japanese characters
Most of my PDF files, including files not formally introduced on this blog like my M.A. thesis, can be found on my page of Academia.edu. While I used to post my files on Scribd.com in the past, I now use Academia.edu as my preferred platform.
I decided to switch after I discovered that parts of my more recent uploads on Scribd were intentionally blurred by the website managers and could only be seen unrestricted by paid subscription, a policy that was implemented without my knowledge or consent (in fact, I don't receive anything from those subscription fees). Furthermore, although the tables in the PDF files were flawless when I created them, but when displayed on Scribd sometimes errors showed up like skipped columns or other distortions.
However, my page on Scribd.com still exists and contains some of my older files which I haven’t edited in years and didn’t include on Academia.edu.
If you still encounter problems on either page, please feel free to contact me by e-mail so that I can send you the requested PDF file(s) as e-mail attachment. I will be glad to help as well if you have trouble downloading any of my PDF files posted on Scribd.com or don't want to bother signing up (or pay) as a Scribd user/subscriber but still would like to have PDF files created by me on your hard drive. Furthermore, I can also send you all future updates of such files.
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