World of Nushu (women's script) is an online, illustrated description of the research of Orie Endo, a socio-linguistics professor at Bunkyo University, Japan. Nushu is an ancient script created by women in Hunan Province, central China. The website employs a diary form to document Endo's findings about the writing system and the women who preserve its traditions. The main page is divided into a series of links that introduce the origins of the script, describe research visits to its female writers, and report on international symposiums on Nushu. The site employs a great deal of visual material, including photographs of objects containing women's script. Written examples of Nushu are also included throughout the field reports. Each account is interspersed with photographs of Endo's interviewees, along with transcripts of interviews and traditional songs. The site as a whole is simple to navigate, although there are no links to other sections of the site outside the main index page. The text is presented in an informal style and the interviews with practitioners of nushu tell a great deal about Chinese women's lives in the past. There is also a parallel version of the site in Japanese, and a link to a review of Endo's monograph on nushu (although the pathway to Anne McLaren's research essay is sadly no longer active. The resource would be of particular value to researchers of women's studies in China, to linguistics scholars and to those with an interest in traditional Chinese arts and crafts.