Text on the impact of global history, its theory and methods on historians in China. The author claims that the impact of global history is limited to scholars interested in world history and the theory of history and is asking why historians from other fields, especially from research on Chinese history are still reluctant to engage with global history. See http://bnuhh.bnu.edu.cn/zgsxs/55925.html
Comprehensive review of the influence of oral history in China and how it transformed and transforms the historical field. In research on academic history the influence is threefold: 1) it provides new material, 2) fosters in-depth research and detailed descriptions, 3) leads to innovation in research and modes of narration in the field of academic history. See http://bnuhh.bnu.edu.cn/lsyj/55926.html.
Article by Wang Xuequn on Huang Jinxing’s ideas concerning the relationship between philosophy and history in the writing of the history of ideas. See http://www.sinoss.net/2012/0807/41934.html.
Historian Liu Zhiqin (刘志琴) on the real mission of historiography as telling the truth about the past, demonstrated by way of the example of the famine of the three bitter years that was first reported not by historians, but by the journalist Yang Jisheng. See http://comments.caijing.com.cn/2013-04-25/112713660.html.
Historian Liu Zhiqin (刘志琴) on the current unprecedented crisis of historiography causing it to lose its credibility and leading to its marginalization. See http://www.zhongdaonet.com/NewsInfo.aspx?id=6135.