Bodlaender, Hans. "Xiangqi: Chinese Chess." Online. Internet.
21 February 1997. Available WWW: www.cs.ruu.nl/~hansb/d.chessvar/xiangqi.html
This page was used as a reference regarding
Chinese Chess. The data was used to verify
information in the tutorial.
Capra, Fritjof. The Tao of Physics.
Boston, Massachusetts: Shambhala Publications, INC.
This book was used in the temple for its
philosophy. In addition to talking about
physics, it talked about Chinese philosophy.
Club Xiang Qi, LTD. "The Xiang Qi Corner." Online. Internet.
5 June 1997. Available WWW: www.xiangqi.com
This page was used to see how certain Xiang Qi pages
were set up and to see how original our page would
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley. Cambridge Illustrated History China.
Cambridge University Press, 1996.
This book is used to verify the information in the
dynasty section. It was used as a resource for
the history of China.
Fan, Joel; Eric Ross; and Calin Tencitchi. Black Art of Java Game Programming.
Carte Madera, California: Waite Group Press, 1996.
This book was primarily used for the Java
GameChat Server and Client Programs. The basic
structure for the Server and Client were used
from this book.
Farrell, Robert. 60 Minute Guide to CGI Programming with Perl 5.
Foster City, CA; Chicago, IL; Indianapolis, IN; and Southlake, TX:
10G Cooks Worldwide, INC, 1996.
This book was used as a reference for creating the
CGI section of the tutorial. Its primary use was as
a reference for the implementation of the tutorial.
Flanagan, David. Java in a Nutshell.
Cambridge, Koln, Paris, Sebastopol and Tokyo: O'Reilly and Associates, INC, 1996.
This book was used in the programming of the
java applets. It was used as a reference for
the method specification of each of the classes.
Gollon, John. Chess Variations Ancient Regional and Modern.
Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Publishers, 1968.
This book was used for the history of Chinese
Chess and the history of Chess. This book
contained many variations of Chess.
Guide To Changhua County Taiwan.
This touist's book was used primarily for
the images. It was a good reference for
Chinese temples and art.
Hopfe, Lewis M. Religions of the World, Sixth Edition.
New York, NY: Macmillan College Publishing Company, 1991.
This book was used in the temple section as a
reference for the various religions. It was also
used to varify the data.
Jackson, Jerry R. Java by Example, Second Edition.
Mountain View, CA: The Sunsoft Press, 1997.
This book was used as a reference for the
application creation. It primarily conatained
the structure of how an application was created.
Microsoft. Musical Instruments: Explore the Amazing World of Music. Online.
Microsoft Home CD series.
This CD was used for the music section in the
school. It was used for the information about all
the instruments in that section.
---. Encarta '95. Online.
Microsoft Home CD series.
This CD was used for the dynasty section of the
library section. It was one of the sources for
the completion of that section.
Morton, W. Scott. China Its History and Art.
McGraw-Hill Book Company. Reprint by arrangement with
Lippincott & Crowell Publishers, 1982.
This book was used for the history of China dynasties
sections. It was primarily used to verify that the
data retrieved from other sources were accurate.
Oaks, Scott and Henry Wong. Java Threads.
Cambridge, Koln, Paris, Sebastopol and Tokyo: O'Reilly and Associates, INC, 1997.
This book was used for the debugging of the
Java chat server. The implementation of the threads
were not clearly explained in the other books.
Pei, Ming L. "China the Beautiful - Chinese Art and Literature."
Online. Internet. 29 July 1997. Available WWW: www.chinapage.com.
This page was used for a reference for Chinese
Calligraphy. It was used as a reference for
the calligraphy page.
Perry, Paul J. Creating Cool Web Applets with Java.
Foster City, CA: IDG Books Worldwide, Inc, 1996.
This book was used for the applet developement.
It was primarily used as a reference regarding
the implementation of the applets.
Shaolin Gung Fu Institute. "Shaolin Gung Fu Institute." Online. Internet.
27 July 1997. Available WWW: www.webcom.com/~shaolin/
This page was used for the martial arts section in
the temple. It was used for the history of the
Shaolin monks and the Shaolin temple's.
Sinclair, Kevin. Po-yee, Iris Wong.
Culture Shock! A Guide to Customs and Ettiquette: China.
Portland, Oregon: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company, 1990.
This book was used for the temple or religion section.
It was used to gather information about the different
religions, medicine, and beliefs.
Sloan, Sam. "Rules of Chinese Chess (Xiangqi)." Online. Internet.
30 July 1997. Available WWW: www.ishipress.com/cc-rules.htm
This page was used as a reference for Chinese Chess
webpages. It was used to verify statements in the
Smith, Huston. The World's Religions.
New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers, 1991.
This book was used as one of the primary
sources for the temple section. It was
used to explain the various religions present
in modern China.
Sung, Peter. "Xiang Qi Chinese Chess Homepage." Online. Internet.
20 February 1997. Available WWW: www.iponline.com/~txa/xq/xq.html
This page was used for its Chinese Chess
content. This site was used as a reference.
Till, David. Teach Yourself Perl 5 in 21 Days, Second Edition.
Indianapolis, IN: Sams Publishing, 1996.
This book was the primary book for creating
the CGI section of the tutorial. It was used
for its in-depth look into Perl 5.