China Publishes Mongolian Study Collection

Chinese experts are working on a series of collected works on Mongolian study and more than half of the job has been done.

The publisher of The Collected Works on the Study of Mongolians in China is Liaoning Minorities Publishing House. So far, 24 books in the series have come off the presses and the work on other books is going on well, according to Chen Xianguo, editor-in-chief of the collection.

The publishing house, beginning to issue the works in 1997, plans to publish a total of 70 books in the series in both Chinese and Mongolian.

The works already published have been sold in over 20 countries and regions.

Since the 1950s, the study of Mongolian history has attracted researchers in over 40 countries. There are now more than 2,000 experts in the field in China, according to Chen.

(Xinhua News Agency May 22, 2002)

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