Ch'ing


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the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries

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34) See Ye, Chapter 4 "Mingxing shengya" (Career of a Rising Star) in Jiang Qing Zhuan; and Witke, Chapter 4 "Left Wing to Stage Center" in Comrade Chiang Ch'ing, 95-115.
See Irick, Ch'ing Policy, 65; Yen Chinghwang, Coolies and Mandarins: China's Protection of Overseas Chinese during the Late Ch'ing Period (1851-1911) (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1985), 77.
In the early part of the twentieth century, Chinese nationalists exploited the "historical memory" of national humiliation to overthrow the Ch'ing Dynasty and create the Chinese Republic.
Most of my work has been that of the classicist, poring over poems in literary Chinese from the late Ming to early Ch'ing Dynasties (17th century), and the Sung Dynasty (960-1279), my periods of concentration.
Korean-American soprano ("a tiny dynamo"), played Chiang Ch'ing in the Met's Nixon in China; sings the mad Lucia in Sarasota Opera's Lucia di Lammermoor, Feb, 18 through March 23.
In Water-Monkey year (1692), that is, on the thirty first year of the reign of the great Ch'ing Emperor Kh'ang-hsi ; on rgyal gyi nyi ma (4) of the fifth month of the Water-Dog year (1682), [the production of the Kagyur] commenced and completed on dga' ba'i nyi ma (5) of the tenth month of the Earth-Tiger year (1698).
From the Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BCE) and Ch'ou Dynasty (1111-255 BCE) to Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1912), China has had an immense religious diversity.
A few peeves: In writing Chinese names, Joes used the outdated Wade-Giles system of romanization instead of Pinyin in use at least since 1979, which, for example, renders China's troubled northwest province of Xinjiang as Sinkiang, the Qing dynasty as Ch'ing, and Mao Zedong as Mao Tse-tung.
Incense and Moonlight" (Kan Ju Yu, Ch'ing Dynasty, 1640-1911).
CUTLINE: (1) A photo released by the Metropolitan Opera shows, from left, Russell Braun as Chou En-lai, James Maddalena as Richard Nixon, Kathleen Kim as Chiang Ch'ing and Janis Kelly as Pat Nixon.
Scottish Janis Kelly is stunning as Pat Nixon, the president's wife (although the dialect coach may well have been on vacation) and so is Korean singer Kathleen Kim as Chian Ch'ing, a terrifying Madame Mao.
It is not obvious to the uninitiated that Hsuan Tsang is Xuan Zang, the seventh-century Buddhist traveler, or that the Ch'ing are the Qing.
9) / See, for example: Ho Wing Meng, Straits Chinese Porcelain: A Collector's Guide, Singapore, 1983; The Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, West Malaysian Chapter, Nonya Ware and Kitchen Ch'ing, Kuala Lumpur, 1981.
IT'S one of the fastest growing literary genres with a legion of readers who love imagining themselves shunning society to run off with a handsome slave or braving misogyny as the female ruler of the Ch'ing Dynasty.
The Cambridge history of China, Volume II: Late Ch'ing, 18001911, Part 2 (pp.