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October 21, 2014
Stern Copyright Infringement Warning by People's Daily
The publisher issued a stern warning of intellectual property infringement on October 17, 2014. It asks that overseas institutions with unlawful and unauthorized access take immediate and aggressive action to prevent continued access of People’s Daily in any format. More information.

October 07, 2014
100% Understandable Machine Translation
In order to meet customers’ need for fully understandable machine translated STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) documents, Oriprobe launches guaranteed, 100% understandable Assisted Machine Translation, allowing customers to follow up with inquiries. Find out more information on the affordable translation service.

September 29, 2014
Hong Kong Protesters, Mainlanders and the Central Government
How the central government of China and the Communist Party of China would respond to “Occupy Central”? Check it out in People’s Daily(1946-Present) and its commentaries. Will the “Umbrella Revolution” have a positive impact on Mainlanders? Follow Global Times (1993-Present) and its reports.

September 10, 2014
Enhanced Sorting Algorithm at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) has a new search algorithm for sorting implemented, meeting users needs for finding the right information in the shortest time. Sorting by relevance and publishing time has been a popular feature at CAOD. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

August 04, 2014
Digitalized Back Issues of Global Times
Global Times (1993-Present) has recently added back trial issues from 1992, making the database a true complete run of the back and current issues of the most influencing Chinese newspaper focusing on world issues and foreign affairs. > More.

July 14, 2014
New Contents Added to the National People’s Congress (NPC)
Additional 51,021 records, mostly supplied by the General Office of the National People’s Congress have been added to the Database of the National People’s Congress since January 2014, covering recent dynamics of China’s legislative body. > More.

June 16, 2014
Oriprobe Offers Assisted Machine Translation
To meet the increasing demand on machine translation for technical and medical literature, Oriprobe is proud to offer its unique human assisted machine translation in an effort to dramatically improve the quality of machine translation using general techniques while significantly reducing the cost by professional human translation. More information.

May 28, 2014
New Traditional Chinese Medicine Launched at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) launched a new Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) package to include most major journal titles in the field, presenting ongoing research and recent discoveries in various aspects of TCM. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

May 09, 2014
New Price Structure for People's Daily (1946-present)
The price structure for People's Daily (1946-Present) will be adjusted with a substantial increase for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. Details are available at info@oriprobe.com.

April 18, 2014
Enhanced Table of Contents (TOC) at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) has implemented enhanced Table of Contents (TOC) for its over 10,000 journal titles. The enhanced TOC would allow faster retrieval of documents using their vernacular languages. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

March 24, 2014
Yale University Switches to Online Access from Oriprobe
Yale University has moved its access of People's Daily to the online People's Daily (1946-Present) supported by Oriprobe due to its sustainability, copyright compliance, and the availability of the current daily issues. > More.

March 03, 2014
New Contents Added to the Archives of the Communist Party of China (CPC)
Additional 418,000 records, mostly supplied by the Party Literature Research Office of the CPC Central Committee, have been added to the Archives of the Communist Party of China (CPC) since January 2014, covering recent dynamics of Party reforms and documents from Party's congresses. > More.

February 17, 2014
Enhanced Relevance and Time Sorting at CAOD
Enhanced sorting functions have been made available at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD). This would give users a more powerful knowledge discovery tool at the China/Asia journal portal. > More.

January 27, 2014
University of Pittsburgh Chooses People's Daily (1946-Present)
University of Pittsburgh chooses People's Daily (1946-Present), one of the most popular Chinese studies resources, to support its research program.

January 09, 2014
Enhanced Journal Search Functions at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) has implemented enhanced journal search functions, allowing retrieval of journals using their vernacular languages and Pinyin in addition to ISSN and English names. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

December 19, 2013
Free Access to the Archives of the Communist Party of China
Oriprobe is pleased to announce free access to the Archives of the Communist Party of China to Chinese studies researchers before March 2014. Contact info@oriprobe.com for an arrangement.

December 02, 2013
Improved User Interface to Qiu Shi
The improved user interface would offer more powerful search and intuitive navigation to all back and current issues of Qiu Shi Journal, the organ of the Central Committee of Communist Party of China. More information.

November 18, 2013
Enhanced Search Abilities at CAOD
A more powerful search and sorting program has been implemented at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), allowing users more effective and efficient knowledge discovery at the China/Asia research portal. More information.

October 22, 2013
Free Access to People's Daily (1946-Present) and Global Times (1998-Present)
The publishers are generously offering free access to People's Daily (1946-Present) and Global Times (1993-Present) to contemporary Chinese studies researchers in November and December. Contact info@oriprobe.com for an arrangement.

October 11, 2013
Enhanced Table of Contents (TOC) Alert Service at CAOD
The free e-mail Table of Contents (TOC) alerting service has been expanded to cover all journal titles at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), with enhanced functionality to allow users to customize their preferences. More information.

September 18, 2013
University of Wisconsin-Madison Chooses People's Daily (1946-Present)
University of Wisconsin-Madison chooses People's Daily (1946-Present) for its current, sustainable and copyright-compliant access to the de facto voice of the Communist Party of China to support its Chinese Studies program.

August 16, 2013
New Physics Package Launched at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) launched a new physics journal package to present current development in the subdisciplines and topics in physics in China. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

July 19, 2013
New Medline Package Launched at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) launched a new Medline package that includes Medline-indexed journals published in China. The collection features top journals in medical research. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

June 26, 2013
Georgetown University Chooses Contemporary Chinese Studies Databases
Georgetown University Library chooses People's Daily (1946-Present), Global Times (1993-Present) and Chinese Government Documents to support its contemporary Chinese studies program. Contact info@oriprobe.com for a free trial.

June 10, 2013
Table of Contents (TOC) Alert Launched at CAOD
A free e-mail alerting service is made available for journal titles at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD). By subscribing to this service, researchers would receive table of contents alerts as new journal issues become available. More information.

May 15, 2013
Oriprobe Formally Launches Korean to English Translation Service
In addition to the translation services of existing major Asian languages including simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese and Japanese, Oriprobe has added Korean translation into its expertise portfolio. Click here for more information.

April 29, 2013
New Health/Medicine Package Launched at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) launched a new Health/Medicine package to present current discoveries in health and medical sciences in China. It includes top journals in pharmaceutical research, clinic trials, new drugs, and medical market dynamics in China. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

April 10, 2013
New Astro-Earth Science Package Launched at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) launched a new Astro-earth Science package to present ongoing research and recent discoveries in astronomy, astrophysics, and earth sciences in China. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

March 08, 2013
New Price Structure for People's Daily (1946-present)
The price structure for People's Daily (1946-present) would be adjusted with a substantial increase for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Details are available at info@oriprobe.com.

February 18, 2013
Pay per View Process at CAOD Streamlined
Pay per view at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) has been made simple. With a minimum of personal information, librarians and researchers could conveniently acquire individual articles from Chinese/Asian STM (Science, Technology & Medicine) journals. Visit CAOD to explore.

January 24, 2013
Oriprobe Expands its Collection of Chinese Regulations and Policies
Oriprobe has expanded its collection of Chinese regulations and policies at the provincial and regional levels, making real-time online publishing of these otherwise dispersed legal documents. For details, visit the Database of Chinese Government.

January 07, 2013
University of Hawai'i Chooses People's Daily (1946-Present)
University of Hawai'i chooses People's Daily (1946-Present) for its sustainability and copyright compliance while offering instant access to the archives and TODAY's issue of the newspaper, the de facto barometer of Chinese politics.

December 12, 2012
New Titles Added to CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) had a recent addition of 20 Chinese journal titles in the subjects of arts, defense science and chemistry. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.

November 26, 2012
China Electronic Publishing Receives a Facelift
The news website on Chinese publishing trends has recently received a facelift. The new design aims to better serve librarians, researchers and professionals interested in the Chinese publishing industry. > more.

November 08, 2012
Translation of Medical Research Papers
With two more specialists with graduate credentials in biomedical science and Traditional Chinese Medicine joining the translation team, Oriprobe is able to meet an increasing demand for accurate translation of medical and Chinese medicine documents from Chinese to English with a high level of integrity and a fast turnaround.

October 17, 2012
English Contents at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), the portal to China/Asia STM research materials, has implemented an enhanced search engine to make English contents more easily discoverable. Visit caod.oriprobe.com to experience the discovery functions at CAOD.

October 01, 2012
Johns Hopkins Chooses People's Daily (1946-Present)
Johns Hopkins University chooses Oriprobe's online People's Daily (1946-Present) to replace its existing version of the research resource while offering current, sustainable and copyright-compliant access to support its renowned Advanced International Studies program.

September 11, 2012
CAOD Reaches 43 Million Journal Articles
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), a portal to China/Asia STM literature, has achieved a new level of coverage. The total number of journal articles at CAOD reaches 43 million.

August 27, 2012
Chinese Legal Document Translation
Oriprobe has officially launched a new translation service to include translation of legal documents between Chinese and English. To place a translation order of a legal document, please use the online order form.

August 10, 2012
Improved Advanced Search for Global Times (1993-Present)
Global Times (1993-Presnt) has recently implemented an improved advanced search, allowing discovery of information in a more comprehensive way. Click here for more information.