A Study on the Theory of Feudalism and Prefectural System of Choson’s Confucians and Their Reform Ideas in the 17th Century ——Focus on Yoon Hyu and Kim Manyoung  

While witnessing the chaos of Choson’s order after the war and fundamentally realizing the ills of the prefectural system, Yoon Hyu(尹鑴) and Kim Manyoung(金萬英), as Choson’s Confucians in the 17th century, looked forward to reform by the feudalism as a means to achieve three generations of the rules.  

Proletariat Poetry in Taiwan (1927–1932)  

This paper examines how Taiwanese modern poetry circles accepted the concept of the proletariat poetry of Japan (プロレタリア詩) and China (普羅詩派) through different literary magazines during the Japanese colonial period in Taiwan. This research also probes how the poets at this time started writing proletariat poetry “in Taiwan” and then developed into writing “Taiwan’s” proletariat poetry.  

Baojuan of Liu Xiang in Vietnam: An Adaptation and Transmission Process in Early-20th-century Southern Vietnam  

Lưu Hương diễn nghĩa bảo quyển is a Nom script, adapted from the Chinese precious scroll Liu Xiang nu baojuan, written in ‘Luc-bat’ verse form, and widely transmitted in the early 20th century in Southern Vietnam.  





Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies (TJEAS) is a biannual academic

journal and has published regularly since June, 2004. This journal is based

on Humanities and Social Sciences as the context of the researches. It aims to establish a base for dialogues between East Asian civilizations and other civilizations that allows for a better understanding of the core values of East Asian civilizations. This biannual publication is open to the public, and papers from diverse fields and specializations are welcomed.


TJEAS has been indexed in the Scopus bibliographic database since 2012. The journal covers a wide range of topics include Literature, Philosophy, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology and Sociology within the context of East Asian Regional Studies. We accept submissions written in Chinese and English. All papers must be submitted via the online system at: http://ojs.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/index.php/tjeas