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The Importance of Spring Silkworms to the Chinese Community (664 words, 1 pages)
Spring Silkworms"Spring Silkworms" reflected the life in a village where for hundreds of years the pattern of everyday life seemed to have remained largely unbroken. It also inspires a lot of social qualities. The feelings that the story mourned over are very universal and common in people during that time.All ... Read More
A Summary of The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan (865 words, 4 pages)
Inthe novel, The Joy Luck Club, by Amy Tan, it tells of four Chinese women drawntogether in San Francisco to play mah jong, and tell stories of the past. These four women and their families all lived in Chinatown and belong to theFirst Chinese Baptist Church. They were not necessarily ... Read More
An Analysis of the Life of Yehonala (1265 words, 2 pages)
In 1852, a Manchurian girl, Orchid, clan name Yehonala, was summoned to be viewed by the Emperor of China. On the twentieth day of the sixth moon, the last Empress of China was chosen. By right, her cousin, Sakota, was the Emperors consort, but she gave birth to a girl. ... Read More
A Literary Analysis of the Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston (1199 words, 2 pages)
Throughout the book, The Woman Warrior, by Maxine Hong Kingston, the generation gap between the narrator and Brave Orchid is evident. The narrator feels that her mothers culture values have no relevance in America. In the chapter, At the Western Palace, Brave Orchid sends for her sister, Moon Orchid, to ... Read More
An Analysis of Jung Chang's Book Entitled Wild Swans (562 words, 2 pages)
Philip Martin History 242041200Wild SwansThe title of this book is called Wild Swans. The author is Jung Chang. This book was published November 1992. This book was published in Bantam Doubleday Dell publishing Group in New York and has 500 plus pages. Jung Chang was born in Yibin, Sichunan Province, ... Read More
A Review of Chinese Culture and Life in "The Good Earth" (661 words, 2 pages)
All of the Following information can be found at httpwww.kutztown.edufacultyreaganbuck.htmlThe Good Earth A book about Chinese culture and life, Wang Lung is the central figure in the Good Earth. He is a simple, hard-working Chinese farmer. " The portrayal of Wang Lungs character is starkly frank. His strengths and weaknesses ... Read More
An Analysis of Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee (624 words, 1 pages)
Celebrated Cases of Judge DeeIn by reading the Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee, I gained a perspective of the people and culture of China. This book showed the analysis of Chinese saw and the background of Chinese history. Judge Dee, during the Tang Dynasty, was a well-known statesman and a ... Read More
A Literary Analysis of the Character of Judge Dee (761 words, 1 pages)
The character of Judge Dee is largely molded by the ideas of his time. During his reign, the philosophies of Legalism, Confucianism, and Taoism, were heavily relied upon for the basis of ethics within the common people and magistrates alike. Judge Dees persona is derived directly from the strictest teachings ... Read More
An Analysis of the Narrative of Bone by Fae Myenne Ng (563 words, 1 pages)
I enjoy reading Fae Myenne Ngs Bone. I find her novel easy to read and understand. Although she included some phrases the Chinese use, I find no difficulty in understanding them, as Im Chinese myself.The novel Bone is written in a circular narrative form, in which the story doesnt follow ... Read More
A Report on Reading a Selection of Chinese Poetry (331 words, 1 pages)
Although the Chinese poetry I encountered was relatively short, their significant was not at all compromised. It did not matter that these poems were written hundreds of years ago they felt relevant to me. They reminded me of what should be a priority of life, finding inner peace. The poems ... Read More
An Analysis of the Ancient Chinese Poems "The Shijang" and "The Chuci" (2406 words, 6 pages)
Michael YuChinese Literature 471Professor Rolston10.16.00Ancient Chinese Poems The Shijing and The ChuciTwo of the most important collections of poems in the long history of Chinese literature are the Shijing (Book of Odes) and the Chuci (Songs of Chu). The Shijing is the oldest collection of Chinese poetry it dates from ... Read More
An Analysis of Tu Fu's Life and Poetry Work in China (976 words, 2 pages)
PrefaceNo other author we have read so far in this class has grabbed my attention and interest as Tu Fu did. It could be that as a history major I strive to discover what the past holds, and Tu Fu is an excellent primary source. Or it could be that ... Read More
A Summary of 'Farewell My Concubine' (1079 words, 2 pages)
Farewell My Concubine is a strikingly beautiful tale about love and betrayal, of not only individuals but also a country and its culture. The story spans fifty years, as China's turbulent history is the counterpart and contributing factor to the relationships between two young opera stars and a prostitute who ... Read More
Life and Work of Du Fu a Chinese Poet (2639 words, 10 pages)
In the history of Chinese poetry, the Tang Dynasty is generally considered to be the source of some of the greatest works and poets in all of China's illustrious literary tradition. In particular, the reign of the Tang emperor Xuan-zong from 712 to 755 A.D., a period also known as ... Read More
A Review of the Poem "In the Woods There Is a Dead Doe" (699 words, 3 pages)
The Death of The DoeOne of the most powerful and captivating pomes from The Book of Songs is In the Woods there is a Dead Doe. This poem along with its dark themes not only tells a story, but also engages the reader. Love, death, betrayal and conflict are all ... Read More
A Book Critique of Victor Conrui's "Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty" (1500 words, 4 pages)
Book CritiqueEmperor Yang of the Sui DynastyEmperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty is a monograph compiled and written by Victor Conrui Xiong who is a Professor of History at Western Michigan University. In his work the author argues the importance of Emperor Yangdi during his short rein to the the ... Read More
An Analysis of The Art of War by Sun-Tzu (423 words, 2 pages)
When most individuals think of a classic novel, they think of books like Robinson Crusoe, The Great Gatsby, or To Kill a Mockingbird. However, I think that there is a hidden gem hiding somewhere in this treasure chest of literary masterpieces. That gem would be The Art of War by ... Read More
Olivia Bishop’s Ironic Views on the Yin in The Hundred Secret Senses, a Novel by Amy Tan (388 words, 1 pages)
The Hundred Secret Senses AnalysisThe author introduces Olivia Bishops ironic views on the Yin (spirit) world early in the novel to convey the idea that nothing is ever exactly what it seems to be, and life is not limited to physical means. Olivia, lovingly nicknamed Libby-ah by her full-Chinese, half-sister ... Read More
Magic Realism Through the Main Character Lizzie in The Hundred Secret Senses, a Book by Amy Tam (1538 words, 5 pages)
Magic Realism deploys ambiguity to draw the reader in and constantlymakes her guess whether the events happening to the characters are real orimagined. Amy Tan uses this to great effect in her book The Hundred SecretSenses. The narrator's half-sister, Kwan, can supposedly see ghosts.However, the narrator, Olivia, is unsure whether ... Read More
The Qualities of a Hero in Harry Wu (589 words, 2 pages)
Harry Wu EssayA hero has several traits that make them seem or look heroic. Without certain qualities a hero cannot be simply called a hero. Harry Wu manages to fit into some of these qualities, in his own way. He went back to China five times, each time knowing that ... Read More
Folk Novel Monkey by Wu Ch'eng-en (495 words, 2 pages)
Monkey as a Chinese IconWu Chng-ns folk novel Monkey is an iconic piece of literature in Sino-Japanese cultural tradition, persisting in prominence from its literary nascence in the 16th century and well into the modern era of China, and subsequently the rest of the world through the diaspora of Chinese ... Read More
The Repudiation of Tradition Through the Mind of a Madman in China (478 words, 2 pages)
The Repudiation of Tradition through the Mind of a MadmanThe early 20th century in China was an era rife with political turmoil after the collapse of Qing order due to a variety of causes both inherent in the dynastic system and from the influences of foreign powers. Lu Hsu was ... Read More
A Review of the Poem "For Wei Pa, In Retirement" by Tu Fu (635 words, 2 pages)
For Wei Pa, In Retirement ExplicationIn the poem For Wei Pa, In Retirement by Tu Fu, a story is told about two men as they reunite and engage in conversation after many years apart. The perspective is from the view of the man that visits his friend, Wei Pa. The ... Read More
A Discussion of the Pressures Felt by a Child from a Mother in Amy Tan's Book "Two Kinds" (994 words, 3 pages)
The Pressures Felt by a Child from a MotherAll of us have felt pressure from our mother at some point. Whether it be to do well on a test, play a certain sport, or learn how to play a certain instrument. We all know she just wants the best for ... Read More
XinDezhi's Experience of Conflict Between Confucian and Capitalist Ideologies in the Short Story An Old and Established Name by Lao She (1207 words, 4 pages)
With the advent of the 20th century, China began the transition away from its traditionally rich past and entered in modernity. However, this shift brought the ideas of the new and old ages into direct conflict, as both clashed to determine the future of Chinese culture. In his short story ... Read More
The Mistreatment of Women as the Inferior Gender Throughout History and in Chinese Literature (2053 words, 6 pages)
It is no question that throughout history women have been treated as the inferior gender. This is no exception to China as shown in many works of Chinese literature. It is not just in works of literature, but was also a popular idea at that time. Despite their unjust treatment, ... Read More
The Moral Degradation of People in the Play The Sunrise by Cao Yu (928 words, 4 pages)
The SunriseIntroductionThe sunrise is a play by Cao Yu which was published in the year 1936. In the play, he captures the thematic treatment of the continuous moral degradation of persons in the face of the society characterized by hostility. The play narrates the history of Shanghai women. The story ... Read More
The Factors Contributing to the Rise of Chinese Popular Literature (596 words, 3 pages)
During the 20th century, the Chinese masses ideology of what was popular culture changed rapidly from gu, the past, to jin, the present. The education of the Chinese masses was at the forefront of Chinese popular culture and modernity. Through modernity, the idea of new literature arose. The push for ... Read More
Fugui's Fate in To Live, a Novel by Yu Hua (851 words, 3 pages)
Much like ones soul or Santa Claus, fate is not something tangible, instead all it requires is ones belief for its own survival. The tricky part about fate lies in its unfair nature that seems to strike people. To believe that everyones life is set out before them and nothing ... Read More
The Impact of the People on the Margins of Society on Our Reflection on Society in Lu Xun's The True Story of Ah Q (311 words, 1 pages)
For this units mini-project, I will use Lu Xuns, The True Story of Ah Q to answer one of the questions we considered at the beginning of this unit. Specifically, how people who are on the margins of society help us reflect on that society. In Ah Qs story, the ... Read More
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