Generals of the Yang Family
Generals of the Yang Family is a collection of Chinese folklore, plays and novels on a military family from the earlier years of imperial China's Song Dynasty (960–1279). The stories recount the unfli...
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A Book to Burn
A Book to Burn (simplified Chinese: 焚书; traditional Chinese: 焚書) is a philosophical work by the late-Ming Dynasty thinker and historian Li Zhi. A critique of the social, philosophical and cult...
Godiego
Godiego (ゴダイゴ, Godaigo) is a Japanese rock band, consisting of pianist and composer Mickie Yoshino, vocalist Yukihide Takekawa, guitarist Takami Asano, bassist Steve Fox, and drummer Tommy Sny...
Liu Tong
Liu Tong (Chinese: 刘侗; Wade–Giles: Liu T'ung, c. 1593–1637) was a Chinese prose master and official from Macheng in Huanggang. He was a figure in the Ming Dynasty's Jingling school (竟陵派) of Ch...
List of Generals of the Yang Family characters
This is a list of Generals of the Yang Family characters. While some characters are historical, their stories have been fictionalized. Due to the existence of multiple versions (novels, regional Chine...
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She Saihua
She Saihua (佘賽花) is a legendary heroine from ancient China's Northern Song Dynasty. The wife of Yang Ye and the mother of their 7 sons, she is a prominent figure in the stories on Generals of the Yang...
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Ruyi Jingu Bang
Ruyi Jingu Bang (Chinese: 如意金箍棒; Pinyin: Rúyì Jīngū Bàng), or simply as Ruyi Bang or Jingu Bang, is the poetic name of a magical staff wielded by the immortal monkey Sun Wukong in the 16th-century cla...
Ming Shilu
The Ming Shilu (traditional Chinese: 明實錄; simplified Chinese: 明实录; literally: "Veritable Records of the Ming") contains the imperial annals of the Ming emperors (1368–1644). It is the sing...
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The Four Journeys
The Four Journeys (Chinese: 四游记; pinyin: Sì Yóujì) is a collection of four shenmo novels consisting of: Journey to the North, Journey to the South, Journey to the East, and Journey to the West...
Pu Songling
Pu Songling (simplified Chinese: 蒲松龄; traditional Chinese: 蒲松齡; pinyin: Pú Sōnglíng; Wade–Giles: P'u² Sung¹-ling², 5 June 1640 – 25 February 1715) was a Qing Dynasty Chinese writer, be...
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Battle of Red Cliffs
The Battle of Red Cliffs, otherwise known as the Battle of Chibi, was a decisive battle fought at the end of the Han dynasty, about 12 years prior to the beginning of the Three Kingdoms period in Chin...
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Yang Ye
Yang Ye (楊業) or Yang Jiye (楊繼業) (died August 986), named Liu Jiye (劉繼業) before 979 and Yang Chonggui (楊重貴) in his youth, was a military general in imperial China, serving first the Northern Han state ...
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Huolongjing
The Huolongjing (traditional Chinese: 火龍經; simplified Chinese: 火龙经; pinyin: Huǒ Lóng Jīng; Wade-Giles: Huo Lung Ching; rendered by its translator into English as Fire Drake Manual; in mode...
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History of Yuan
The History of Yuan (Chinese: 元史; pinyin: Yuán Shǐ) is one of the official Chinese historical works known as the Twenty-Four Histories of China. Commissioned by the court of the Ming dynasty, ...
Caigentan
The Caigentan (Chinese: 菜根譚; pinyin: Càigēntán; Wade–Giles: Ts'ai-ken t'an; literally: "Vegetable Root Discourse") is circa 1590 text written by the Ming Dynasty scholar and philosophe...
Peaches of Immortality
In Chinese mythology, Peaches of Immortality (Chinese: 仙桃; pinyin: xiāntáo; Cantonese Yale: sīn tòuh or Chinese: 蟠桃; pinyin: pántáo; Cantonese Yale: pùhn tòuh) are consumed by ...
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Cha Pu
Cha Pu (Chinese: 茶谱; pinyin: chápǔ; literally: "Tea manual") is a short work written in 1440 by Zhu Quan (朱权), the 17th son of Ming dynasty founder Emperor Hongwu, and relates the methods ...
Pingyao Zhuan
The Three Sui Quash the Demons' Revolt (三遂平妖傳), also translated as The Sorcerer's Revolt, is a novel written in the Ming Dynasty and attributed to Luo Guanzhong, the 14th-century author of Romance of ...
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Xingcha Shenglan
The Xingcha Shenglan (星槎勝覽; lit. The Overall Survey of the Star Raft) was a historical work written by Fei Xin. Fei Xin had served as a soldier in the third, fifth, and seventh treasure voyages under ...
A Supplement to the Journey to the West
A Supplement to the Journey to the West (simplified Chinese: 西游补; traditional Chinese: 西遊補; pinyin: Xī Yóu Bǔ; Wade–Giles: Hsi-yu pu) is a Chinese shenmo novel written around 1640 CE b...
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Compendium of Materia Medica
The Compendium of Materia Medica, also known by the romanizations Bencao Gangmu or Pen-tsao Kang-mu, is a Chinese materia medica work written by Li Shizhen during the Ming Dynasty. It is a work epitom...
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Yang Qilang
Yang Qilang (楊七郎; literally "Yang's 7th son") is the 7th eldest and youngest son of Song Dynasty general Yang Ye in the Generals of the Yang Family legends. In these largely fictionalized stories, he ...
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Ji Xiao Xin Shu
Jixiao Xinshu (simplified Chinese: 纪效新书; traditional Chinese: 紀效新書; pinyin: Jìxiào xīnshū) or New Treatise on Military Efficiency was a military manual written by the Chinese general Qi Ji...
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Lian Xiangban
Lian Xiangban is a story about female homosexuality written in 1651 by Li Yu (author) in his 41.
This story is about female homosexuality in a patrilineal society. It suggests the female homosexu...