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Unformatted text preview: Chinese 252 Names & Terms Nov. 1-3, 2010 1. èá • µª Lù Zhū h 300p « z Y 6 « zY ï © zY i 6 06 à© Y z o6 6 « zY –© z Y (è á • S w µª ¡ h X 3° ¶ ª w )• š , º ª w ~ { ª j :ƒ X 3° ¶ ª w Ð © zY p«zY • š , ºª w Ð © zY h X 3 ° ¶ª w X 3 ° ¶ª w X 3 ° ¶ª w X 3 ° ¶ª w X 3 ° ¶ª w 2 X 3 °¶ªw X 3 °¶ªw X 3 °¶ªw X 3 °¶ªw X 3 °¶ªw S V ī V ī á Å à§j: ] “ Ì c’ § j : Ìc ’ § j “ Ì ”’ § j : “c § j : ’ Ìc ’ § j : ” e e e e ” “i i i i i h h” h h h ” “ 300 concubines are “enemy” of lv zhu. Lv zhu get the most love and attention from shi chong. The reason why lv zhu died: a man dies because of the person who knows him, a woman dies because of the man who lets her happy. Love story or federal loyalty? Zhu ying tan and liang shan bo--- love story two students, zhi yin, zhi ji, from friendship to love. 2. Lǐngnán h (“south of the mountain range”; corresponds to modern-day Guăngdōng, Guăngxī, and north Vietnam) extreme south 3. Shí Chóng h 249h 300ă X3° ¶ªw X 3° ¶ ª w 6« z Y ƒ ~ { ª j: ī i p«zY Ì c’ § j : So6 ÿ©zY e ð©zY i h ` 290 X3° °Y¦ ¶ªw µªw X 3° ¶ ª w à ,° ¶ ª w V 2 Ì c “§ j : e” i h X3° X3° X3° X3° X3° X3° X3° h ¶ªw ¶ªw ¶ªw ¶ªw ¶ªw ¶ªw ¶ªw X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w X 3 ”¶ ª w ī ī ī ī ī V S Ì c’ § j : Ì c’ § j : Ì c’ § j : Ì c’ § j : Ì c’ § j : ”c ’ § j : Ì c’ § j : e e e e e “ e “ i i i i i i i ”h h h h h h “ ” “ h 4. ] °Y¦ Jiāo Zhǐ ǔ ªzY µªw à ,° ¶ ª w 2 ) ) 6 « z 111c — , ºªw ЩzY L— , º 5. Gold Valley Ravine (Jīn Gǔ Jiàn ǔ 6. “The Bright Concubine’s Song of Resentment” (Míngfēi Yuàn Gē h 7. ǔ X3°¶ªw X3°¶ªw Jiǎ Mì ǔ ~300p « z Y X 3° ¶ ª w X 3° ¶ ª w V ī ï ©z Y à©zY“ ”– © z Y e e X 3 ° ¶ª w i i X 3° ¶ ª w h h Ì c ’ §j: Ì c ’ §j: Ì c’ § j : e i h 8. Wáng Lún h 9. Sūn Xiù h 10. the Era of North-South Division (nánběi cháo h Dynasties Period”) 11. Zhù Yīngtái h 12. Táo Qián h and Liáng Shānbó h ; 420 – 589 CE; also known as the “Six , a.k.a. Táo Yuānmíng h 13. “to not bow and scrape for five pecks of rice a day” (búwèi wǔ dǒu mǐ zhé yāo Hu ¶ ªw ) 14. “a heart that is distant creates its own wilderness” (xīn yuǎn dì zì piān h h) 15. “the peach-spring beyond the world” (shì wài táo yuán h 16. Suí h dynasty (581 – 618 CE) ) 17. Suí Wéndì (r. 581 – 603 CE) 18. Suí Yángdì (r. 604 – 618 CE) 19. Táng h dynasty (618 – 907 CE) ...
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