The Huns. An extensive site about the Huns and Attila.
The Buddhist Age, 500 BCE to 319 CE Text and images detail Buddha's life, the Four Truths, and the evolution of Buddhism. Related links offer analyses of Buddhist texts and a lengthy list of primary texts.
Empires Beyond the Great Wall: The Heritage of Genghis Khan. A rich site offering a biography of Genghis Khan and information about the history and culture of the Mongol Empire.
Empires Beyond the Great Wall: The Heritage of Genghis Khan. Guide to an exhibit at the Royal British Columbia Museum. Good historical information, and many images of artifacts.
Hinduism. Extensive webpage offering a number of sites about Hinduism, including a discussion of Veda, the Vedic culture, and its meaning in today's world, and excerpts from the Bhagavad-Gita and the Rig-Veda.
Internet East Asia History. Extensive on-line source for links about the history of East Asia including primary documents regarding exploration, European imperialism, and the influence of missionaries.
Jews from Asia. Background and history of Jews from India, China, Thailand, and other parts of Asia.
Manchoukuo Train Line. Good site about the history of Manchuria, "the puppet state." Discusses the five northeastern provinces of China collectively known as Manchuria, who declared their independence from the Chinese Republic under Japanese-sponsorship.
Masterpieces of the Kyoto National Museum.Numerous images, with descriptions, of the artworks of Japan, Korean, and China.
The Ramayana: An Enduring Tradition. The Ramayana is one of the most important literary and oral texts of South Asia. This extensive site from Syracuse University offers both a short and complete story of Rama, history, images, and maps.