Over the past 12 months of preparations, the United Digital Publications proudly announce that the National Palace Museum Journals Archive is officially online! Over the past 20 years, National Palace Museum Journals Archive is globally recognized as the crown jewels of Sinology in Taiwan with Academia Sinica's journals. The 4-in-1 Archive inherits the full-text searchable feature and includes black-and-white to color picture functionality.
Due to the pandemic, the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) suspended the annual conference last year. This year, AAS decided to rerun the annual conference during 21st to 26th March, but in an online way. With the rapid development of technology, the traditional exhibition turned out to be a virtual one, helping scholars all over the world exchange the latest knowledge on asian study. Of course, the United Digital Publications (UDP) is definitely not absent from the extremely important ceremony.
After the new “Taiwan Academic Classics” platform was launched for one month, the United Digital Publications, self-regarding as a "Taiwanese brand of quality Humanities and Social Sciences databases, will make one new product “The Continent Magazine Archive” be the 10th database on “Taiwan Academic Classics” platform.
The new "Taiwan Academic Classics" platform integrates the latest Elasticsearch and contemporary design concepts to modernize the Sinological culture's image giving ancient classics & manuscripts a brand new look. Not only does this increase search accuracy within the database, but it also provides a soothing experience while re-exploring the beauty of Sinology.
2019 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Denver, at the U.S. state of Colorado. During the 4-day events (March 19-24), UDP’s Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu participated in different panel sessions which addressed the developing trends of database industry.
The international conference on Cyberinfrastucture for historical China studies was held at Harvard China Center in Shanghai from March 14-16 in 2018. UDP was honored to present our new inter-database platform — Taiwanese Academic Classics (TAC) — to the audience. UDP was the only one database company from Taiwan who was recommended by Harvard-Yenching Library.