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Book Description paperback. Song Gongming of essays. Kunshan (this is of Jiangsu) people.

Book Description paperback. Publisher: National Library Press. Shaoxing grant between the test rural Gongting Gaozhou literature.

In the tables, the first and second columns contain the Chinese character representing the classifier, in traditional and simplified versions when they differ. The third column gives the pronunciation in Standard (Mandarin) Chinese, using pinyin; the fourth gives the Cantonese pronunciation, using Yale romanization; and the fifth the Minnan pronunciation (Taiwan)

One of the five Confucian classics, The Book of Songs is the oldest collection of poetry in world literature and the finest treasure of traditional songs that antiquity has left us. Arthur Waley's translations, now supplemented by fifteen new translations by Allen, are superb; the songs speak to us across millennia with remarkable directness and power.

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The earliest known Chinese rubbings date to between 627 and 649 . during the Tang Dynasty, and the collection of rubbings as an important cultural practice was recorded as early as the Five Dynasties period (907–960 . In the Song Dynasty (960–1279 . jin shi xue ("the study of metal and stone") became popular, propelling the production of ever more refined rubbings of bronze and stone artifacts such as monuments or engraved stelae.

Another song that is easy to follow for beginners in Mandarin is 宝贝对不起 Bao Bei Dui Bu Qi, or Baby I’m Sorry. This rendition features dancers. You’ll see subtitles appear on the screen that includes Chinese characters as well as pinyin to help you learn the Chinese characters faster. You can find the full lyrics here. The next two songs we’d like to recommend are also ideal for beginners. 3. 鄧麗君 Teresa Teng 月亮代表我的心 The Moon Represents My Heart. The subtitles in this song are in Chinese characters, pinyin, and English.

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Xiang Xiang (Chinese: 香香; pinyin: Xiāng Xiāng; born June 14, 1984) is reportedly the most popular Internet pop star in China of 2005. Her birth name is Wang Jinmei (Chinese: 王瑾玫; pinyin: Wáng Jǐnméi). She is perhaps most famous for her song "Song of Pig" (猪之歌), the title track of her first solo album. Xiang Xiang is also known for remaking the song, Mice Love Rice (老鼠爱大米; Lao Shu Ai Da Mi; by Yang Chengang), turning it into a hit on the Internet. Song of Pig, February 2005.

Ge Tie: Song rubbings five (one letter)