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  • Literature & Literary Studies
    August 2016

    A Dream in Red Mansions

    by Cao Xue Qin

    "The Story of the Stone" (c. 1760), also known as "The Dream of the Red Chamber", is one of the greatest novels of Chinese literature. The fifth part of Cao Xueqin's magnificent saga, "The Dreamer Awakes", was carefully edited and completed by Gao E some decades later. It continues the story of the changing fortunes of the Jia dynasty, focussing on Bao-yu, now married to Bao-chai, after the tragic death of his beloved Dai-yu. Against such worldly elements as death, financial ruin, marriage, decadence and corruption, his karmic journey unfolds. Like a sleepwalker through life, Bao-yu is finally awakened by a vision, which reveals to him that life itself is merely a dream, 'as moonlight mirrored in the water'.

  • July 2017

    Confucian Gaint Wang Fuzhi

    by Wang Li Xin

    Qing fighters blood purged central land of China and Ming dynasty was crushed under the iron horse hoofs of Qing armored troopers. With this social background, Wang Fuzhi (assumed name Chuanshan ), an officer and great philosopher of Ming dynasty living under the Hengshan Mountain and holding the pain of national subjugation, wanted to stop Qing fighters’ massacre with his flimsy strength. How could he survive in a series of disasters catastrophes?What epic masterpieces he remained after suffering agonies of national and family toppling? This book makes a detailed introduction to Confucian giant Wang Fuzhi’s life.

  • January 2013

    Homecoming Travel

    by Shen Cong Wen

    To saw his sick mother, Shen Congwen started his journey to home and wrote down what he saw and heard and his perceptions along the journey on the letters to his wife in Beijing. Later, basing on these letters, he collated and published this prose work. Besides the natural sceneries of western Hunan he saw while sailing towards upstream of Yuan River, he mainly focused on the scenes of life, work and multiplying of the people from all walks of life in the land of western Hunan, including sailors, soldiers, miners, merchants, ordinary masses he had met. On reading the book, the hints of his concerns about the changes of Western Hunan under the influence of the age can be felt, which reflects Shen’s deep love and strong sense of responsibility for his hometown.

  • January 2014

    Hunan-Birthplace Army History

    by Wang Dun

    This book is a breakthrough composition about Xiang Army history. The book, taking Xiang Army history as its core, gives a comprehensive analysis to the Xiang Army: from construction, expansion, to decline. Starting from the repression of peasant uprising in early stage to suppression of border unrest and to anti-aggression war in its later stage, the book affirms Xiang Army’s important historical positions. Furthermore, the well-knit structure, clear thread, comprehensive contents and accurate historical materials are also highlights of the book.

  • August 2016

    Journey to the West(Digital Edition)

    by Wu Cheng En

    Journey to the West is a Chinese classic fantastic novel. It mainly describes a long journey to the Western Heaven to fetch the Buddhist sutras. The main characters of this novel are a monk, named Xuanzang, and his four disciples, named Sun Wukong, Zhu Bajie, Sha Wujing and Yulong Santaizi. Throughout the journey, the four brave disciples have to protect their master from various monsters and calamities. After encountering eighty-one disasters, they finally reaches their destination. The most definitive version of this novel was written by Wu Chengen in his old age and published in 1592.

  • January 2013

    Sigh In Millennium

    by Yu Qiu Yu

    Record the experience, inspiration and thinking of Mr Yu Qiuyu in his trek for 40,000 km when he followed the “Travel in Millennium” overland motorcade of Phoenix Satellite Television in Hong Kong at the beginning of millennium year. The author records and writes as he advances. This travel has stretched across the Eurasia, and he witnesses with words the great historical sites which are famous all over the world.

  • June 2016

    The Battle In Nanjing

    by Tan Bo Niu

    It's a record about famous historical characters in Qing Dynasty of the 19th century. They fought against rebels and foreign enemies for long term. The author stands in a special aspect to describe this unusual period and its people honestly.

  • May 2015

    The Cultural History Of Hunan

    by Zhu Hang Ming

    The Cultural History Of Hunan consists of five parts. It contains the most complete and authoritative analysis and comments. It is a special contribution to study in cultural history in Hunan. And more importantly, it filled the gap in research of the culture in Hunan.

  • June 2013

    The Ending of Imperialism a Short History of the Revolution of 1911

    A Short History of the Revolution of 1911

    by Yang Tian Shi

    How did the Chinese feudal-imperialism go to the end? And how was the Chinese republic society established? The author and a distinguished scholar, Yang Tianshi, revealed the suspenseful stories before and after the overthrowing of feudal-imperialism, which are about how Sun Yat-sen, Huang Xing and other meritorious statesmen in the Republic of China, together with Wang Jingwei and Chiang Kai-shek and other passionate youths work towards republicanism. He also analyzed on how the success of the Revolution of 1911 casts influence on the Chinese society.

  • November 2013

    The Imperial Examination Pictorial(The color graphic version)

    by Yang Xue Wei Qiao Li Juan Li Bing

    Imperial examination system, as a main examination system, had exerted its great influence home and abroad. A large number of pictures and documents, such as documentary archives, exam halls, exam papers, exam tools, exam artifacts, exam wood carvings and exam preparations etc, about the changes of Chinese ancient imperial examination over the history are collected in this book and arranged into different categories according to their features. In addition, the simple text introductions to these materials are available. The book presents the development history of several thousands years and system construction of imperial examination, and also its profound influence on Chinese ancient societies to the readers.

  • August 2016

    The Romance of the Three Kingdoms

    by Luo Guan Zhong

    First of the five great works of traditional prose fiction, this master narrative transforms history into epic and has thereby educated and entertained readers of five centuries with unforgettable exemplars of martial and civic virtue, of personal fidelity and political treachery. "The empire, long divided, must unite; long united, must divide. Thus it has ever been." Echoing the rhythms of Chinese history itself, the monumental tale Three Kingdoms begins. As important for Chinese culture as the Homeric epics have been for the West, this fourteenth-century masterpiece continues to be loved and read throughout China today. Three Kingdoms portrays a fateful moment at the end of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 220) when the future of the Chinese empire lay in the balance.

  • Literature & Literary Studies
    August 2013

    Walking In Life

    by Yu Qiu Yu

    Make an explanation in depth like epic as to European civilization with cultural sight and flexible and free words. No matter whether you have been to Europe or not, you should read s book like this; no matter whether you have read the familiar words or not, you should experience again this travel with eyes meeting with soul.

  • August 2016

    Water Margin(Digital Edition)

    by Shi Nai An

    In the final years of the Song dynasty,China was in a state of political and social turmoil.Besides frequent foreign invasion and a large number of man made and natural disasters there were also constant peasants rebellion.In order to transform society and make it more equitable and human, 108 heroes joined together in Liang Shan to oppose the local officials and genitures.Thus began the corsages and moving drama on which the novel water margin is based.

  • April 2014

    Zeng Guo Fan De Zheng Mian Yu Ce Mian

    by Zhang Hongjie

    This is textbook of Chinese political.The story tell us of how to move from the ideal to the reality, and have the guiding significance for young people.

  • March 2012

    Zheng Guofan(Annotated Edition)

    by Tang Hao Ming

    This book gives a vivid description to Zeng Guofan, the most prominent but controversial person in modern China, and his Xiang Army group. Basing on the historical facts and taking time as its axle, the novel adds some proper fictions to the event description and plot details. In the book, the description of various historical stories, contradictions and intriguing official circle portrays Zeng Guofan’s heroic image of emphasizing on overall situation and national security.

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