Yulei Yang is a Professor in Department of History and Research Institute for Pre-modern Chinese History in Zhejiang University (China). She holds a PhD in History Geography from Institute of Historical Geography in Fudan University (2005). She is majored in the history of Sino-foreign relations, especially the Sino-Korean exchange from 16th century to the beginning of 19th century. Now her major research interests are the history of Chinese cartography.
Title of the project
Chinese and Korean General Maps of East Asian in French Libraries
Research interests: History of Sino-foreign relations; History of Cartography
Selected recent publications:
►Yeon Hyeng and Sino-Korean Cultural Relations, Shanghai Lexicographic Publishing House, 2011.1.
►The Korean Images of Jiangnan in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences edition), vol.40, no.6 (2010.11).
►Tiandi Quantu and East Asian Understanding of World Geography in the 18th Century—Example from China and Korea, She Hui Ke Xue Zhan Xian (Social Science Front), no.10, 2013.
►Another Aspect of Tributary System: Communication between Korean and Ryukyu Tributary Envoys in Beijing, Xue shu yue kan (Academic Monthly), No. 12, 2014.