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It is nice to hear directly from Hong Kong at this difficult time.

We are glad that no. 1, Dec 1951 has been re-checked.  At the same time, for our NACO contribution, we have heavily been relying on HKCAN, which registers the following NAR from HkCU itself.

HKCAN Linked Data Service
LDR 00759nz  a2200169n  4504
008 011218n| acnnnaab|          |a ana     d
001 9811119826803406
035    |a(HKCAN-OLD)000100328
035    |a(HKCAN)9811119826803406
040    |aHkCU|cHkCU
110 2  |aChong Ji shu yuan (Hong Kong, China)|bYan jiu ji chu ban wei yuan hui
710 2  |a崇基書院(香港, 中國)|b研究及出版委員會|9hani
410 2  |aChong Ji shu yuan (Hong Kong, China)|bCollege committee on Research and Publications
410 2  |aChong ji shu yuan yan jiu ji chu ban wei yuan hui
410 2  |a崇基書院研究及出版委員會|9hani
670    |aChung chi journal, vol. 2, no. 1 (July 1962):|bp. 2 of cover (崇基院研究及出版委員會 College Committee on Research and Publications, Chung Chi College)
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HKCAN Linked Data Service. Project of JULAC

While available information is rather limited outside Hong Kong, an entry in Xianggang nian jian, 1961 that mentions "崇基院" was located in a digitized copy from MiU's collection.

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with the relevant part enlarged:

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As such, related NARs were updated; and cancellation requests of LCCNs no2017047662 and no2010008388 in favor respectively of n  50066667  and no2010008388 were filed with LC.  With regard to LCCN n  50066682  for the pre-1963 entity, the qualifier was indeed changed from " (Hong Kong, China)" to " (Hong Kong)" with omission of ", China".

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On Fri, Jul 10, 2020 at 3:00 PM Mandy Ip (Library) <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hi Lucas and all,

 

I’m from the Chinese University of Hong Kong Library.  Maybe I can provide some justification for name of Chung Chi College here.

 

1.  Chinese University of Hong Kong. Chung Chi College (n 50066667)

As the official language of instruction and communication of the University is bilingual (English and Chinese), agree that “Chinese University of Hong Kong. Chung Chi College” is more preferable than “Chinese University of Hong Kong. Chong ji xue yuan”. 

 

 

2.  Chong Ji shu yuan (Hong Kong, China) (n 50066682)

I’ve just checked the item quoted in 670: “崇基校刊” (= “Chong Ji xiao kan” in Chinese, no. 1, Dec 1951).  On the cover page the name of College is presented as “崇基學院” (= Chong Ji xue yuan) ; on p.1 Chinese name again presented as “崇基學院”, and English name “Chung Chi College”. 

I can’t find any usage of “崇基書院” (= Chong Ji shu yuan) on this item or on any other publications so far.

In that case I believe the preferred name should be “Chong Ji xue yuan (Hong Kong)”?

 

 

3.  Relationship between Chung Chi College and Chinese University of Hong Kong

Chung Chi College was founded in October 1951, and was incorporated as one of the founding colleges of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1963.

College brief history: http://www.ccc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/about-chung-chi/introduction/aims-and-brief-history)

 

Some other relationships among Chinese University of Hong Kong and other founding colleges:

New Asia College (新亞書院 = Xin Ya shu yuan) was founded in 1949; incorporated into the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1963.

United College (聯合書院 = Lian he shu yuan) was founded in 1956; incorporated into the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1963.

 

 

Thanks,

Mandy.

 

 

  

 

From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Mak, Wing
Sent: Monday, July 6, 2020 10:49 PM
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Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Universidad de Barcelona vs. Universitat de Barcelona

 

I think so and the Centre did publish in both English and Chinese (OCLC #166278287, #59140661, #828157479, #268925189). The 410 in a related series authority record (no2010008387) may need to be adjusted accordingly too.

 

Lucas

 

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Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Universidad de Barcelona vs. Universitat de Barcelona

 

As long as it is the case, would the NAR for a subordinate entity:

 

010  no2010008388
1102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chong ji xue yuan. ǂb Zong jiao yu Zhongguo she hui yan jiu zhong xin
670  Guan fu, zong zu yu Tian zhu jiao, 2009: ǂb t.p. (
香港中文大學. 崇基學院. 宗敎與中國社會硏究中心 = Xianggang Zhong wen da xue, Chong ji xue yuan, Zong jiao yu Zhongguo she hui yan jiu zhong xin)

 

also be for cancellation in favor of:

 

010  no2005029688
1102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society
4102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chung Chi College. ǂb Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society
4102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Zong jiao yu Zhongguo she hui yan jiu zhong xin
670  Religion and Chinese society, c2004: ǂb v. 1, p. ix (Centre for the Study of Religion and Chinese Society of the Chinese University of Hong Kong)
670  Dong Ya Jidu jiao zai quan shi, 2004: ǂb t.p. (Xianggang Zhong wen da xue chong ji xue yuan zong jiao yu Zhongguo she hui yan jiu zhong xin)

 

?

 

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On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 2:01 PM Mak, Wing <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

“Chong ji shu yuan (Hong Kong, China)” (n  50066682) was one of the three founding colleges of the Chinese University of Hong Kong when the university was established in 1960s. The other two were “Xin Ya shu yuan (Kowloon, China)” (n  50066681) and “Xianggang lian he shu yuan”(n  50066673). That’s why all three NARs have a 510 pointing to their current names as a subordinate body of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK).

 

When the govt founded CUHK, the purpose was to have a university where Chinese would be the medium of instruction (compared to the University of Hong Kong, the oldest university in HK, has English as its medium of instruction). However, English has gradually become at least an equivalent, if not more preferred, medium of instruction over the years. Even the vision statement currently on their website (https://www.cuhk.edu.hk/english/aboutus/mission.html) emphasizes its “bilingual” environment of student education.

 

The AAP for the university is in English form and its value of “Auth status” fixed field is “a” instead of “c” (provisional). It looks like English has been picked as the language of the university per LC-PCC PS 11.2.2.5.2. Also, NARs for the current names of the other two founding colleges (n  50066676 & n  50066677) are entered under their English names with their Pinyin form as variants. There might be a name change for the college’s Chinese name from “shu yuan” (書院) to “ xue yuan” (學院), but I believe its English name has been the same across the years (as both “shu yuan” and “xue yuan” can be translated into “college”). May be we want to keep “Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chung Chi College” (n  50066667), merge and cancel “Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chong ji xue yuan” (no2017047662)?

 

Lucas

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From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Hideyuki Morimoto
Sent: Thursday, July 2, 2020 10:12 AM
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Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Universidad de Barcelona vs. Universitat de Barcelona

 

A somewhat similar question was posed, to which no response has been provided, with regard to NARs:

 

010  no2017047662
1102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chong ji xue yuan

670  Guan fu, zong zu yu Tian zhu jiao, 2009: ǂb t.p. (香港中文大學. 崇基學院 = Xianggang Zhong wen da xue, Chong ji xue yuan)

 

and:

 

010  n  50066667
1102 Chinese University of Hong Kong. ǂb Chung Chi College
5102 ǂw a ǂa Chong ji shu yuan (Hong Kong, China)

670  Fehl, N. E. ǂb History and society, 1964.

 

LCCN n  50066667  does show a name change from "Chong ji shu yuan" to "Chung Chi College", but LCCN no2017047662 is with the Chinese name of "Chung Chi College":  Chong ji xue yuan.  The official web site of this College at URI:

 

 

shows both Chinese and English names:  Chong ji xue yuan; and Chung Chi College.

 

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On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 10:05 PM Adam L Schiff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Lisa,

 

If that's the case, then it would be good if someone could indicate when the name change occurred and link these names by earlier/later references.  And perhaps new 410s are needed from the other language form with date qualifiers.  The reason it came up was that someone here put Universidad de Barcelona as the affiliation of a person in the person's NAR, but the person's webpage at the university only says Universitat de Barcelona.  Our cataloger was clearly confused about which name to use.  Perhaps even a 667 note that says what time period each name should be used for.

 

Thanks!

 

Adam


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Sent: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 6:39 PM
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Subject: Re: Universidad de Barcelona vs. Universitat de Barcelona

 

Hi there,  I’d have to look it up for you, but at some point because of nationalism, the name of the University officially changed from the Spanish form to the Catalan form.

;-)

Lisa

 

From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Adam L Schiff
Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2020 8:27 PM
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Subject: [PCCLIST] Universidad de Barcelona vs. Universitat de Barcelona

 

PCC Colleagues,

 

Can anyone figure out what is going on with these two NARs, both coded as RDA, and the names of which are also used for many subordinate bodies:

 

110 2 Universidad de Barcelona

410 2 Universitat de Catalunya

410 2 Universidad de Cataluña

410 2 University of Barcelona

510 2 Universitat de Barcelona

 

110 2 Universitat de Barcelona

410 2 University of Barcelona

410 2 U.B.

410 2 UB

410 2 Universität Barcelona

510 2 Universidad de Barcelona

 

The 510s are simple see also references, and I don't see anything in either record to indicate that this represents an earlier/later situation.  I'm confused why then both of these NARs exist.  NARs for subordinate bodies also don't make a lot of sense, some under the Spanish name and some under the Catalan name:

 

Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Departamento de Ecología

Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Departamento de Geografía

Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Departamento de Política Económica

 

Universitat de Barcelona. ǂb Departament d'Antropologia Cultural i Història d'Amèrica i Àfrica

Universitat de Barcelona. ǂb Departament de Biologia Animal

Universitat de Barcelona. ǂb Departament de Filologia Catalana

Universitat de Barcelona. ǂb Departament de Geografia Física i Anàlisi Geogràfica Regional

 

And some, incorrectly I believe, mix Spanish and Catalan:

 

110 2 Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Departament de Física Teòrica

410 2 Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Facultat de Ciències Físiques. ǂb Departament de Física Teòrica

670    Cornella, A. Notes sobre relativitat especial, 1982: ǂb cover (Departament de Física Te/bborica, Facultat de Ciències Físiques, Universitat de Barcelona)

 

110 2 Universidad de Barcelona. ǂb Departament de Filologia Grega
670    Col·lecció El Dofí d'Arió ; 3 (ser. x-ref.) Garriga, C. La restauració clàssica d'Eugeni d'Ors, 1981: ǂb t.p. (Departament de Filologia Grega, Universitat de Barcelona)

 

Looking at some of the 670s on subordinate body records, it's pretty clear that in the same time period some publications used the Spanish name and some used the Catalan name.  Should there really be two authority records for the university?  Or am I missing something?

 

Thanks,

 

Adam Schiff

University of Washington Libraries