Here you will find resources for Chinese, French, Latin, Spanish
Chinese American Museum: Major museum on the Chinese American experience based in Los Angeles, good place to begin looking at culture.
Chinese Association of Greater Detroit: Local organization in Detroit with information about events in the area as well as commentary.
Zhongwen.com: A site that contains a dictionary, English translations alongside the original Chinese of well known texts, link collections and vocabulary help.
French Culture: List of links put together by librarian with resources ranging from dictionaries to history to current events, the best place to start when researching a French topic.
Perseus Digital Library: Collection of online resources in Latin and Greek as well as translations, also has a powerful vocabulary tool that can help with difficult definitions as includes grammar.
Theoi.com: Comprehensive website about the Greek and Roman gods which cites where information comes from within the literature as well as images from art.
Infotrac Informe: Journal database in Spanish, good for in-depth information but the language level will be high.
National Museum of Anthropology: Based in Mexico City, this is the central museum for Mexican anthropological history, a good resource for art and cultural understanding of Aztec and Mayan cultures.
The Mesoamerica Center: Run by the University of Texas at Austin, this site contains information about art, archaeology and ways to study Mesoamerican culture.
The Prado: Major museum in Spain, a good place to go to get a sense of what Spanish European history looked like.