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    Xi You Ji, or Journey to the West, is a great Chinese novel published during the Ming Dynasty and attributed to the Chinese writer Wu Cheng'en.
  • Sanxingdui
    The development of local Neolithic culture laid the foundation for the birth of the Sanxingdui culture. The concept of using a gold scepter and other gold artifacts as …
  • Liaozhai stories
    Liaozhai Zhiyi is a collection of nearly 500 unusual and supernatural tales written by Qing-Dynasty writer Pu Songling.
  • ‘White Deer Plain’
    Chinese writer Chen Zhongshi completed White Deer Plain in 1992, for which he won the Mao Dun Literature Prize in 1997, one of the most prestigious literature prizes in…
  • Marquis of Haihun cemetery
    The mausoleum of the Marquis of Haihun is one of the few Western Han imperial mausoleums that have not been looted. It contains nine tombs and a chariot burial site, co…
  • Classics scholarship
    Jingxue, or classics scholarship, originally referred to Chinese scholarship before imperial unification by the Qin Dynasty in 221 BCE.
  • Qu Yuan
    Qu Yuan (c. 339-278 BCE) was a distinguished statesman and one of the greatest poets in China's history.
  • Methods of jiancha and diancha
    The tea culture of the Tang and Song era was characterized by two distinctive tea drinking methods, serving as proof that there were sophisticated and formal tea drinki…
  • Jin Yuelin
    Like many other Chinese intellectuals of his time, Jin was greatly influenced by Western ideas. He set up a new philosophical system combining elements from Western and…