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  SPCNET.TV - To Get Unstuck In Time
Shijing, however, believes Gao Shan is the reason why Morning Sir has neglected her and goes to the nightclub to confront Gao Shan.
Shijing is angry when she learns that she is Wenbiao and Miaolan's daugter; Gao Shan takes advantage of the situation to criticise Miaolan and Morning Sir is puzzled.
Shijing is in a foul mood because her home is no longer as it used to be.
www.spcnet.tv /forums/showthread.php?t=12736   (8661 words)

  
 Shijing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Although many scholars have been skeptical about the assertion that Confucius had laid his hands on the formation of the text of Shijing, it is true that Confucius thought very highly of the social, political, and didactic functions of the poetry collection.
In short, it is safe to say that the majority of the poems in the anthology are of popular origin and show lyrical expression of the feelings of the people.
Shijing was one of the texts that was burnt by the order of the first emperor of Qin.
academic.reed.edu /chinese/chin-hum/materials/shijing/shijing.html   (552 words)

  
 Charlestown Remedial Sports Injuries Clinic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shijing was an orthopedic surgeon in his own country of China.
Shijing was fully registered and practiced at the clinic in the fields of Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
Shijing left the clinic after a few years to practice in Sydney and further his education.
www.crsic.com.au   (246 words)

  
 DCP: 30 degrees north, 119 degrees east (visit #2)
The village of Shijing is at 513m altitude compared to Yinjiang, which is located on the valley floor at 343m.
Shijing is built around a cascading stream with lots of stone slab steps and a few stone slab bridges.
Having said that, the Shijing to Zipiyuan path that we had taken was pleasant walking, and could probably also be reached from Yinjiang as we observed other paths coming up the hills and converging with our own.
www.confluence.org /confluence.php?lat=30&lon=119   (2678 words)

  
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In general, the poems from the common people are rich in content, fresh in style and varied in form, while those written by the nobles lack the flavour of poetry and seem inferior.
Shijing is the source of Chinese verse and the starting point of the Chinese epic.
Therefore, Shijing is not only a mirror reflecting the Zhou Dynasty, but also the most valuable and important material in the study of the Chinese language from the 11th century to the 6th century B.C. Shijing has spread widely in China and abroad.
tulsagrad.ou.edu /octa/Taosim.doc   (1152 words)

  
 The Book of Odes (Shi Jing) - China History Forum, chinese history forum
Shijing (詩經) was the very first and oldest collection of Chinese poetry.
Certainly, it is highly arguable that certain parts of the Shujing pre-date the majority of the Shijing, as do early bronze vessel inscriptions and the orignal parts of the Yijing (i.e.
Having read them both in the original, I find that both have their merits, but beyond the pure question of 'enjoyableness' is the much more fascinating idea of their influence upon Greek and Chinese cultures respectively.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=9833&st=0   (2188 words)

  
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With specific regard to the present case, the contrast between the parsing of 5-syll Jiuge lines and that of 5-syll Shijing lines of the same structure is attributable to the phonological property of ‘xi’, which is different from that of normal interjection syllables.
The noteworthy point is that modern speakers again are well aware of this subtle yet important difference and treat ‘xi’ in Shijing differently from in Jiuge, as is evidenced in their different scansion of lines containing ‘xi’.
Sixth, it is important to point out that similar to the constraint GoodFtInterj proposed in the Shijing sub-grammar, GoodFt’Xi’ is, in theory, also reformulable in terms of more universal constraints; GoodFt’Xi’ is used as a portmanteau constraint merely for convenience sake to tuck away the constraints into which it can be decomposed.
roa.rutgers.edu /files/539-0502/539-0502-ZUO-2-0.DOC   (6937 words)

  
 CECC: Literature of China
The Shijing (Classic of Poetry) is made up of 305 poems divided into 160 folk songs; 74 minor festal songs, traditionally sung at court festivities; 31 major festal songs, sung at more solemn court ceremonies; and 40 hymns and eulogies, sung at sacrifices to gods and ancestral spirits of the royal house.
The Shujing (Classic of Documents) is a collection of documents and speeches alleged to have been written by rulers and officials of the early Zhou period and before.
During the Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 220), this form evolved into the fu, a poem usually in rhymed verse except for introductory and concluding passages that are in prose, often in the form of questions and answers.
www.cecc.gov /pages/virtualAcad/soc/literature.php   (1830 words)

  
 I Ching resources: I Ching book store, history
The Shijing is the classic book of songs, just as the Yijing (I Ching) is the classic book of change.
These are the songs of the same Zhou people who first used and recorded the I Ching - some a few brief centuries later, but still evoking the same daily lives and beliefs that form the language of its imagery and advice.
There's also a foreword surveying the culture behind the poetry, and a wonderful essay on the 'literary history' of the Shijing, which describes how the classic text coalesced out of oral tradition.
www.onlineclarity.co.uk /I_Ching_resources/history_books.html   (1314 words)

  
 China and Inner Asia Sessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Inspired by these scholars’ insights, this paper attempts to identify continuity and change regarding the strategy of legitimizing women’s poetry from the Song to Ming by examining the rhetoric in male-authored prefaces to women’s poetry collections produced in these periods.
I contend that the very strategy of associating women’s poetry with the Shijing was not only a late imperial phenomenon but a general approach in Neo-Confucian scholarship beginning in the Song.
I see the promotion of women’s culture in the late Ming more as a rhetorical device employed by literati under the influence of the Wang Yangming school of the Heart/Mind to articulate the poetics of the anti-official Cheng-Zhu Neo-Confucian orthodoxy than as real efforts to construct a canon of women poets.
www.aasianst.org /absts/2005abst/China/C-190.htm   (829 words)

  
 Oral Poetry of Ancient China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
However, Confucius refered to the Shijing as the 'three hundred songs' (Analects 2/2), and that is approximately the number of songs in the present text (305 to be exact), so if some songs have been lost, then others must have been added in their place, or we should now have somewhat less than three hundred.
Another possibility is that the three versions of the Shijing which are supposed to have existed before the Han period had slightly differing contents.
Winstedt 1969: 196 also compares the pantun with the Shijing songs, and suggests that the pantun may have been inspired by the Chinese settlers in Malaya.
www.cic.sfu.ca /nacc/articles/shijingoral/shijingoralnotes.html   (730 words)

  
 Society for Intercultural Comparative Studies
I argue that the distinction overlooks certain interpretations of Sappho (31) which insist on the implicit correspondence between the opening image and Homeric ideologies of desire, not unlike the "categorical correspondence" of the opening image of Shijing (1) to gender ideology, integral to the Chinese stimulus-response model.
I then turn to the kinds of desire and relationships staged in these readings, looking in particular at how interpretation of gender affects or becomes affected by different models (from Zheng Xuan's matchmaking Queen Consort to Wilamowitz's wedding guest Sappho).
She has presented conference papers on Herodotean and modern German ethnographies of nomads, on a translation history of Plato's Symposium, and on translating queer activism in Beijing.
web.princeton.edu /sites/sics/01chin_abs.htm   (486 words)

  
 China and Inner Asia Sessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
It is shown that while the fixed dipodic prosody (???) used in Shijing became standardized for formal communications by the Warring States (475-221 B.C.), the caesura-based prosody(???)developed in Li-sao allows for more metrical freedom of oral expressions (by intoning) and hence deeper personal lyricism favored by the poets.
During the Han dynasties, however, the flexible caesura prosody was gradually replaced by a syllable-counting system triggered by the newly developed foot structure caused by the simplification of syllable structure and the development of the tonal system.
Regardless of the style changes, the beizhi ming came to be unavoidably pedestrian and cliché, and as a result, Han Yu and other writers of the Tang exerted themselves in arresting this phenomenon.
www.aasianst.org /absts/2006abst/China/C-197.htm   (1098 words)

  
 teh BC_rich :O! - ESF Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shijing, I have the BC rich Warlock and case just like that.
If you were to make a model of the warlock to be used as trunks sword, I would love you forever man...
Oh shijing i didn't know j00 had a thread going on tah here.
forum.esforces.com /showthread.php?t=30041   (729 words)

  
 The Analects of Confucius - Lun Yu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
gbog – Lunyu 18 – Shijing 297 – 2006/01/30
gbog – Lunyu 42 – Shijing 282 – 2006/01/30
gbog – Shijing – Lunyu 322 – Lunyu 456 – Lunyu 457 – 2006/01/30
afpc.asso.fr /wengu/wg/wengu.php?l=Lunyu   (996 words)

  
 Abstracts - Pleasure and Passion in Chinese Literature: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Anthony C. Yu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Shijing (Book of Songs) is celebrated as the beginning of the Chinese poetic tradition of pleasure and passion.
According to most modern scholars, the Han dynasty commentaries aimed to repress, refashion or rectify the poems’ open expressions of desire in keeping with Confucian morality.
It situates the most controversial Han commentaries in their literary and political context: in particular, the anxiety about the rise of imperial consort families, and the emergence of the female subject in Confucian ethics.
home.uchicago.edu /~cadenza/symposium/abstracts.html   (2487 words)

  
 SUNY Press :: Chinese Theories of Reading and Writing
In this, the Chinese practice anticipates modern and Western theories of interpretation, especially literary openness and open poetics.
Classic Chinese works are examined, including the Zhouyi (the I Ching or Book of Changes), the Shijing (the Book of Songs or Book of Poetry), and selected poetry, along with the philosophical background of the hermeneutic theories.
Ultimately, Gu relates the Chinese practices of reading to Western hermeneutics, offering a cross-cultural conceptual model for the comparative study of reading and writing in general.
www.sunypress.edu /details.asp?id=61096   (354 words)

  
 Book of Odes
Chinese literature begins with ShiJing (Book of Odes), an anthology of songs, poems, and hymns.
It consists of 311 poems (6 without text) dating from the Zhou Dynasty (1027-771 BC) to the Spring & Autumn Period (770-476 BC).
This book presents 45 of the most well-known pieces of the ShiJing, transformed into lyrical modern Chinese and English verse.
www.chinasprout.com /shop/BSL050   (135 words)

  
 Shi Jing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Book of Songs, translated by Arthur Waley, edited with additional translations by Joseph R. Allen, New York: Grove Press, 1996.
ShiJing, translated by YunZhong Xu, edited by ShengZhang Jiang, Hunan, China: Hu Nan Chu Ban She, 1993.
The Shi King: The Old "Poetry Classic" of the New York: Paragon Book, 1969.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shijing   (727 words)

  
 OISP Contracts
The trainees, the Program Coordinator, and the Director of Houston Airport System appear on this picture.
List of names from left to right: Sking Shijing, Tang Chuanjun.
The trainees, Sking Shijing, Maria Saldaña, the Program Coordinator, Randy Goodman Wu Cong, Tang Chuanjun, Huang Wanyan, Yang Jie, Li Yongliang, Zhai Jian, Li Yiming, Wang Ji, Sun Boadong, and Zhang Xiaofeng during the Concessions’ Tour at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
www.uh.edu /academics/intlstu/contracts/beijing.htm   (472 words)

  
 Chinese Literature - Shijing 詩經 or Maoshi 毛詩 "The Book of Songs" (www.chinaknowledge.de)
Shijing 詩經 "The Book of Songs or Poetry" or Maoshi 毛詩 "The Books of Songs, Tradition of Mao"
The Book of Songs or Poetry contains some of the oldest pieces of Chinese literature.
The first song of the Shijing is probably the most famous and most commented poem of old China.
www.chinaknowledge.de /Literature/Classics/shijing.html   (1779 words)

  
 I Ching newsletter: Shijing, the Book of Songs
I Ching newsletter: Shijing, the Book of Songs
I was really encouraged by all the feedback to the last issue, not least all the suggested quotes.
In amongst the many worthy I Ching tomes in my box from Amazon is a modest paperback of poetry - and I've been more excited and intrigued by this than by any of the other books.
www.onlineclarity.co.uk /I_Ching_community/e-answers29.html   (2100 words)

  
 Courses
Close textual and stylistic analysis of classical poetic forms, with emphasis on the major anthologies and poets.
Readings include the Shijing, Chuci, Han fu and yuefu, Tang shi and jueju, and Song ci.
CHIN 401 Advanced Studies in Chinese Literature 3 hrs, 3 cr.
www.hunter.cuny.edu /classics/chinese/courses.html   (692 words)

  
 The Book of Odes - Shi Jing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
English, Bernhard Karlgren, The Book of Odes, Stockholm, The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, 1950.
Alias Shijing, Shi Jing, Book of Odes, Book of Songs, Classic of Odes, Classic of Poetry, Livre des Odes, Canon des Poèmes.
The Book of Odes, The Analects, Great Learning, Doctrine of the Mean, Three-characters book, The Book of Changes, The Way and its Power, 300 Tang Poems, The Art of War, Thirty-Six Strategies
afpc.asso.fr /wengu/wg/wengu.php?l=Shijing   (766 words)

  
 Book of songs - ShiJing 1
I am glad I didn't buy this book.
China Window :: Shijing (The Book of Songs) (4)
We plucked the bracken, plucked the bracken While the young shoots were springing up.
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