namelist - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Sept. 2628, 2011...

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Sept. 26–28, 2011 1. Ch Píngwáng ǔ 楚楚楚 (King Píng of Ch ; ǔ r. 528 – 516 BCE ) 2. crown prince 楚楚 3. W Shē ǔ 楚楚 4. Fèi Wújí 楚楚楚 5. W Shàng ǔ 楚楚 6. W Z ǔ ǐ 楚楚楚 7. fisherman 8. washerwoman 9. King Liáo 楚 of Wú 10. Prince Guāng 楚 (of Wú; later known as King Hél ) ǘ 11. Zhuān Zhū 楚楚 12. King Hél ǘ 楚楚 (of Wú; r. 514 – 496 BCE; formerly known as Prince Guāng) 13. Sūn Wú 楚楚 14. Sūnz Bīngfă ǐ 楚楚楚楚楚楚 ( Master Sūn’s Treatise on Warfare ) 15. Y ng ǐ (capital of Ch ) ǔ 16. Shēn Bāo Xū 楚楚楚 17. Qín Āi-gōng 楚楚楚 (Lord Āi of Qĭn; r. 536 – 501 BCE ) 18. Gōu Jiàn 楚楚 (king of Yuè; reigned c. 498 – 465 BCE ) 19. Fūchāi 楚楚 (king of Wú; r. 495 – 473 BCE ) 20. Mt. Kuàijī 楚楚楚 21. Bó Pí 楚楚 22. Wén Zh ng ǒ 楚楚 23. Fàn Lĭ 楚楚 24. wò xīn cháng d n ǎ 楚楚楚楚 (“to lie on brambles and taste gall”) 25. Xī Shī 楚楚 26. Huáng Chí 楚楚 27. Mt. Gūsū 楚楚楚 28. Táo Zhū-gōng 楚楚楚
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Oct. 3–5, 2011 1. Zhànguócè 楚楚楚楚楚 ( The Intrigues of the Warring States ) – Liu Xiang, Han Dynasty, 6 books The Three Successor states of Jìn: split in 551 BCE, spring and autumn 2. Zhào 楚 3. Wèy 楚 4. Hán 楚 Jìn Ministerial Clans that Did Not Survive into the Warring States Era: 5. Fàn 楚 6. Zhōngháng 楚楚 7. Zhì 楚 Various People and Places: 8. the count of Zhì 楚楚 (Zhi of jin, warring states) 9. Zhào Xiāngz ǐ 楚楚楚 (the viscount of Zhào, warring states ) 10. Jìnyáng 楚楚 (clan stronghold of Zhào) 11. Ānyì 楚楚 (clan stronghold of Wèy) 12. Píngyáng 楚楚 (clan stronghold of Hán) 13. Bì Yù Ràng 楚楚楚 – served Fan of Zhong xing, then Zhi of Zhi of jin, warring states 14. Shāng Yāng 楚楚 (orig. known as Gōngsūn Yāng 楚楚楚) – decendent of wei, served in wey, and then went to qin xiao gong of qin, warring states 15. Shāng Jūn Shū 楚楚楚 ( Book of Lord Shāng ; a book of dialogues in which Shāng Yāng is portrayed expounding legalist doctrines to the ruler of Qín) 16. Qín Xiào-gōng 楚楚楚 – warring states, qin lord 17. Zhào Liáng 楚楚 – admonished lord shang, warring states 18. Sūn Bīn 楚楚 – decendent of sun wu, served Qi, warring states
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19. Páng Juān 楚楚 – sun bin’s student, served Wey, warring states 19. Gu g z ǐ ǔ ǐ 楚楚楚 – spring and autumn, the inventor of school of horizontal and vertical alliance in china. Teacher of su qin and zhang yi
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Oct. 5–7, 2011 Daoist Classics: 1. L oz ǎ ǐ 楚楚 (a.k.a. Dàodéjīng 楚楚楚) – the founder of Daoism, spring and autumn, Chu 2. Zhuāngz ǐ 楚楚 3. Lièz ǐ 楚楚 Military Texts: 4. Sūnz Bīngf ǐ ǎ 楚楚楚楚 (Master Sūn’s Treatise on Warfare) – author is Sun wu of Qi, spring and autumn • When the enemy advances, we retreat! • When the enemy halts, we harass!
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