When you find a book that is relevant to your topic, always check the bibliography for other sources and then ask a librarian for help with finding them. The author of the book has already done much of your research for you, and he/she spent many weeks/months/years of his/her life doing research. Take advantage of it!
Q. Dear librarian, After searching the NOBLE Catalog, I found one of the items I like to read having a call number like this: C951 M12YI. what does it mean and where I can find it?
A. This prefix means this item is in Chinese language 中文. You can find it in the regular stacks for all books in the range of 951.
It is a great source for learning modern Chinese language and its culture with featured articles. It covers topics from people's daily life on food, entertainment and travel, as well as on business and economy etc. You are going to love it! For the latest issue, please visit the Freeman Room.
You may also visit its online version.
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