10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CH'ANG CH'UN»
Discover the use of Ch'ang Ch'un
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Ch'ang Ch'un
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Genghis Khan: Conqueror of the World
Ch'ang-ch'un replied that Genghis Khan's command had been the will of heaven
and that as a 'mountain savage' he had no choice but to obey. (As a token of his
hermit's humility the monk had given himself the name mountain savage.) ...
The Travels of an Alchemist - The Journey of the Taoist ...
Originally published in 1935, this a translation of the original Chinese text. The book follows Ch'ang-Ch'un through the crowded Chinese plains, through Mongolia, Samarkand and Afghanistan.
A History of Chinese Civilization
Such is the case with the Taoist monk Ch'ang-ch'un (lay name, Ch'iu Ch'u-chi) (
1148-1227), patriarch of the Ch'iian-chen sect. Already in favour with the Chin
emperor Chih-tsung, who had called him to Peking, he was summoned by
Last Chance in Manchuria: The Diary of Chang Kia-ngau
One hundred and fourteen days elapsed between October 12, 1945, when I
arrived in Ch'ang-ch'un, and February 2, 1946, when I returned to Chungking
because of the breakdown of the Sino-Soviet negotiations. I stayed in Ch'ang-ch'
un for ...
In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the ...
Although his disappointment was intense, particularly since Cinggis showed a
genuine liking for Ch'ang-ch'un, he refrained form criticizing the latter openly. 'As
our faiths were different', he says in the Hsi-yu lu, 'had I attacked him it would ...
The Dramatic Oeuvre of Chu Yu-Tun: 1379 - 1439
... 89, 161, 173, 174 immortal officials 47, 48, 49 immortal page 161 ( The )
Immortal of Purple Tang Thrice Converts Ch'ang Ch'un-shou, see Tzu-yang-
hsien san- tu Ch'ang Ch'un-shou, see Ch'ang Ch'un-shou Immortals, Eight 61, 62
, 64, 65, ...
The Mongol Empire: Its Rise and Legacy
Jenghiz wanted Ch'ang-Ch'un to stay with him as adviser. Ch'ang-Ch'un wanted
to return to China. Jenghiz explained that he himself would be going home soon,
and that as far as Mongolia they would travel the same road. To Ch'ang-Ch'un ...
a taist inscription of the yuan dynasty
eminent sage of the region, the Taoist Ch'iu Ch'u-chi, who became known as Ch'
ang-ch'un. He was the leader of a new sect called Ch'uan-chen ^ J=j£, Complete
Purity, which had attracted a wide following in Shansi, Chihli, and Shantung.
The Pattern of the Chinese Past: A Social and Economic ...
6 Han-shu, Shih-huo chih, 24 hsia; Swann (1950), pp. 295-6. 7 HO CH'ANG-CH'
UN (1964), p. 85. 8 HO CH'ANG-CH'UN (1964), p. 39. There is a somewhat
different translation in E. M. Gale, trans., Discourses on Salt and Iron (Leiden:
The Population and Manpower of China: An Annotated Bibliography
Kengishi minaraise n5son jittai chosa hokokusho; Kotokuransiendo, H5ten-sho
Tetsureiken. [Surve; report by student researchers on rural communities in T'ieh-
ling Hsien, Fengt'iei Province during 1936.] Ch'ang-ch'un, 1937. 488 pp.
United States. Bureau of the Census, 1958