Research and Documentation in the 21st Century: Oral History and Genealogy of the Yuan Shikai Family
● History of Chinese Names and Genealogical Records
● Types of Chinese Names and their Meanings
● Oral History and Genealogy of the Yuan Shikai Family
● Resource and Documentation on Chinese Genealogy
● Library Cooperation and Resource-sharing on Chinese Genealogy
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