This September 2009 edition of The Indexer is guest-edited by the China Society of Indexers. It traces the history of indexing in China and reflects on how it stands today.
'Term selection: the key to successful indexing' Zhang Qiyu;
'GB/T 22466-2008 – Guidelines for indexing: China’s new national indexing standard' Wen Guoqiang and Guo Lifang
'Wan Guoding (1897–1963), indexing pioneer' Wang Yage and Hou Hanqing;
'A Chinese typewriter: part of a patent filed by Lin Yutang';
'Republic of China (1911–49): retrieving the past' Wu Peijuan;
'Example-based text categorization (EBTC); the key to automatic indexing and classification?' Xue Chunxiang and Hou Hanqing;
'Indexing software in China: past, present and future' Wang Yanxiang;
'Around the world' Edited by Glenda Browne;
'A ha’p’orth of tar' John Sutherland;
'Linux and the indexer – a note' Jonathan Jermey
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