The leaflet features designs of Asian landscapes, fabrics, and text. The mandarin-orange cover contains texts in Vietnamese, Chinese, Urdu, and French. Yuki Shibuya and Emiko Sunaga, project research fellows at U-PARL, will provide explanations regarding these inscription.
The U-PARL 2022 leaflet designs Hangul and Manchu scripts from the Digital Collections of the UoT. U-PARL staff will explain these materials.
Akira SUEHIRO was a prominent scholar of Asian economics. His collection which in total incorporates 2,233 items is mainly comprised of books and journals in the Thai language on the economy, society, and political history of Thailand.
The Asian Research Library, whose development U-PARL has been supporting from the 2014 school year, was opened on October 1, 2020.
Looking toward the opening of the Asian Research Library, U-PARL has been collecting new Asian research resources. These resources, which had been temporarily accessible in the stacks of the General Library, have been available on the third floor of the main building since May 22, 2018.
U-PARL has recently acquired the rights to use Encyclopaedia of Islam Online (2nd and 3rd edition).
U-PARL installed the large database Zhongguo jiben guji ku 中国基本古籍庫 (Database of Chinese Classic Ancient Books) (accessible from the university network), as the first large collection for the Asian Research Library.