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Shandong sights By Wang Baolao
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Shandong, an eastern China province called Lu for short, is situated in the lower reaches of the Yellow River and borders Yellow Sea & Bohai Sea with a total area of 157,100 square kilometres and... More > a population of 91.8 million. The name of the province is after its location in the east of the Taihang Mountains. The province has a jurisdiction over 17 cities as Jinan, Qingdao, Zibo, Zaozhuang, Dongying, Yantai, Weifang, Jining, Tai'an, Weihai, Rizhao, Laiwu, Linyi, Dezhou, Liaocheng, Binzhou and Heze in which Jinan is its capital.< Less
The Chinese Experience By Nathan Hoofnel
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Nathan Hoofnel's travel essay from his time in China. This is the 3rd Edition.
Two Cracked Pots in China By Lynne and Cliff Oliver
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God could have called thinner,younger, and wiser people for this journey to China, but He chose two Cracked Pots. This is a story of encouragement; a story of love; a story of hope; a reminder that... More > God has a plan and purpose for every person and perfection is greatly overrated.< Less
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< Less
LI CH'ING-CHAO: REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Li was born in Licheng; her father was a friend of Su Shi. Before she married Zhao Mingcheng in 1101, her poetry was already well known with elite circles. The couple shared an interest in art... More > collecting, and they lived in the province Shandong. After he began his official career, he was often an absent husband. This inspired some of Li Qingzhao’s love poems. They both collected books, and shared a love of reading and writing poetry. They also wrote about bronze artifacts of the Shang and Zhou dynasties. The Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell in 1126 to the Jurchens. Fighting took place in Shandong and their house was burned. When they fled to Nanjing, where they lived for a year, they were able to take many of their possessions. Zhao died in 1129, which was a cruel blow on Li, One she never recovered from; she considered it her responsibility to keep what was left of their collection safe. Li described her married life, and the turmoil of her flight in Hou hsu.< Less
heroes in a troubled time By ming yi
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Our story happened about 1400 years ago during the Sui dynasty (581-618) in China. Sui was one of the few short-lived dynasties in Chinese history and had only two emperors –Jian and Guang.... More > Jian founded the dynasty followed by Guang who was overthrown. Jian was a capable emperor and kind to the people, but his son, Guang, was a notorious tyrant. Under Guang?s cruel reign, peasant uprisings occurred all across the country. Our heroes, eighteen in all, lived during this period. They were ranked mainly according to their valour and martial art skills. The major hero in this story was ranked 16th and went by the name of Shubao. A native of Shandong Province, he was strong, tall and had great ambition.< Less
Leria Liu Graduates: A Chinese High School Student's Diary of Life and Other Poems. By Kenneth Harley
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This is a fictional diary account of a senior high girl student from Tai'an, Shandong Province of China. This story is written so that people in America and China may know how close we are in some of... More > our basic dreams, goals, and human/familial desires. The student is based on a composite number of students that I have met and taught here at Tai'an No. 1 Middle School (High School) from February 19, 2006 until June 23, 2006. Students in China study very hard during their high school years to be able to pass very competitive university exams. They also study long hours to become fluent in English. Chinese High School students usually spend twelve hours in classes per day for more than 3 years to prepare for their university exams.< Less
Leria Liu Graduates: A Chinese High School Student's Diary of Life and Other Poems. By Kenneth Harley
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This is a fictional diary account of a senior high girl student from Tai'an, Shandong Province of China. This story is written so that people in America and China may know how close we are in some of... More > our basic dreams, goals, and human/familial desires. The student is based on a composite number of students that I have met and taught here at Tai'an No. 1 Middle School (High School) from February 19, 2006 until June 23, 2006. Students in China study very hard during their high school years to be able to pass very competitive university exams. They also study long hours to become fluent in English. Chinese High School students usually spend twelve hours in classes per day for more than 3 years to prepare for their university exams.< Less