About the Journal

Journal of Sinology was established in 2007 by Sirindhorn Chinese Language and Culture Centre, Mae Fah Luang University. Jsino publishes articles in Thai, Chinese, and English, intending to provide a platform for researchers in Chinese studies to share their innovative research.

Aim and Scope 

Journal of Sinology is a journal for disseminating research and academic works related to Chinese studies, such as language, literature, translation, history, and teaching of the Chinese language, as well as other related fields of Chinese studies. Moreover, it allows academic work to be widely published and accepted in an academic area. The published articles are moderated by a specialist in Chinese studies and a double-blind peer review (three independent reviewers) with an unidentified author. Journal of Sinology accepts academic papers in 3 languages: Thai, Chinese, and English. In the form of research articles and academic articles. Journal of Sinology is two volumes per year, consisting of the 1st edition (January - June) and the 2nd edition (July-December).

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