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Chenzhou’s Traditional Culture

2016-04-20

 

1. Chenzhou had the area specialized for domesticating animals in ancient times. In other words, Chenzhou people were the first to domesticate wild animals, the ruins of   which can still be seen in Bingxue of Jiahe County now. Shennong, the legendary father of Chinese agriculture, taught people to domesticate animals, which developed later into chickens, dogs, pigs and cattle raised by people.
 

2. Chenzhou was one important place in ancient China where Shennong implanted his experience of tasting a hundred herbs to the people.  

 

3. Chapters or sections involving Chenzhou abound in the Four Great Classical Novels of China.

 

4. Chenzhou contributes to China's brand culture on blessing with nine legendary immortals.

 

5. Chenzhou plays an indispensable role in China's brand culture on filial piety with the story of Suxian, a legendary pious figure.

 

6. Chenzhou plays an indispensable role in China's brand culture of Buddhism with two Buddhas.  

 

7. Liu Zhan, a famous official in the Tang Dynasty(618-907) resembling that of prime minister nowadays, is a native of Chenzhou.

 

8. It is a much-told story that two people from a family in Chenzhou served as the official resembling that of prime minister presently once in history. The grandparent and grandchild were both famous ministers of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).

 

9. According to Chinese legends, it is in Jiahe County of Chenzhou that people discovered the earliest evidence of excellent rice breeding.

 

10. Han Yu is one of China's finest prose writers, and his best-written prose Farewell with Taoist Liao Zhengfa depicted Chenzhou's picturesque scenery and rich resources.

 

11. The Story of the Child Ou Ji, the best-known prose of Liu Zongyuan and strongly recommended by Su Shi, one of the Eight Great Prose Masters of the Tang and Song, was written in Chenzhou.

 

12. The divine witness of the Chu–Han Contention in history was in Chenzhou.

 

13. Zhou Dunyi, the founder of Neo-Confucianism, once spent his prime time in Chenzhou. According to History of the Song Dynasty and the Record of Lianxi Shrine of Chenzhou written in the Ming Dynasty, his major philosophical writings like Taiji Tushuo (Explanations of the Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate), Tong Shuo (The All-Embracing Book) and Yishuo (Explanations of the Book of Changes) were all finished in Chenzhou.

 

14. Zhu Ying, a native of Chenzhou, presently Rucheng County, introduced the corvee system in the Ming Dynasty (1368 --- 1644 A.D.).

 

15. Fan Lu, born in Rucheng County, Chenzhou City, was the most honest official in Ming Dynasty (1368 --- 1644 A.D.). And the emperor of Ming Dynasty built a memorial arch for him, which is the only one for officials in ancient China.

 

16. Shan Hai Jing (literally meaning collection of the mountains and seas) is the earliest fabled geographical and cultural account of China. Zhaoyao Mountain, recorded in the book as China's first known mountain, was located in Guiyang of Chenzhou. Shan Hai Jing was not written by a single author, but rather by numerous people, many of whom were born in Chenzhou.

 

17. Papermaking, one of China's four great ancient inventions, was initiated by Cai Lun, a native of Chenzhou.

 

18. Ju Jing, one traditional Chinese medicine brand in ancient China and equally famous as Xing Ling brand, was established and developed in Chenzhou.

 

19. Anciently, Chenzhou had the friendliest environment for demoted and exiling officials. Chenzhou fostered the largest number of high-ranking officials and great masterpieces. Eight Great Men of Letters of the Tang and Song Dynasties (namely Han Yu, Liu Zongyuan, Ouyang Xiu, Wang Ansh, Su Xun, Su Shi, Su Zhe, and Zeng Gong) all left their excellent works in Chenzhou.

 

20. The first version of Liu Yi Chuan Shu (Liu Yi Delivers a Letter), one Cantonese opera, was written in Chenzhou.

 

21. It is in Chenzhou that both wells and the sacred mountain associated with Taoism enjoy the reputation of the eighteenth blessed land of China.

 

22. Chenzhou had the rare and famous timber and Lingshou scepter, which were most valued by Emperor Ping of Han (9 BC –AD 6). Inspired by the exquisite craftsmanship when visiting the Lingshou Mountain, Liu Zongyuan, traditionally classed as one of the Eight Great Prose Masters of the Tang and Song, wrote the five-character poem Planting the Lingshou Tree.

 

23. Shilangtan of Yongxing County is famous for the cliff carvings. An increasing number of demoted officials exiled to Chenzhou in the middle and late Tang Dynasty. As people must pass by Bianjiang of Yongxing in order to reach Chenzhou at that time, those officials carved letters on the precipices, making the place one of the wonders of cliff carvings.

 

24.There are ten famous scenic spots named "Three Forever Tablets", but the one in Suxian Mountain of Chenzhou is second to none.

 

25.During the reign of Kangxi Emperor from 1661 to 1722, one famous master was Ha Guoren born in Chenzhou. He authored 35 books, 6 of which were included in Siku Quanshu (Complete Library of the Four Treasuries).  

 

26. Kuang Ye, one national hero of the Ming Dynasty and the greatest military official, was born in what is now Yizhang County of Chenzhou. Tumu Crisi, a frontier conflict between the Oirat Mongols and the Chinese Ming Dynasty, took place partially due to the ignorance of his suggestions about deployment.

 

27. Zeng Jing, born in Chenzhou, was the author of Dayi Juemi Lu (Great righteousness resolving confusion). The book enjoyed an important position in The General History of China.

 

28. Ouyang Houjun, born in what is now An'ren County of Chenzhou, was the most outstanding educator and one important pioneer of Huxiang culture. He had been the master of Yuelu Academy in Changsha for 27 consecutive years, having the greatest prestige and influences then.

 

29. Liu Zhaoyu, was born in what is now Guiyang County of Chenzhou. He had 14 poems included in Quantangshi, a collection of all preserved poems from the Tang (618-907) and Five Dynasties period (907-960). Thus, he was the most prolific Chenzhou writer for the poems complied in the collection.

 

30. Zhou Qingding, famous for animal sculpture, was born in what is now An'ren County of Chenzhou.

 

31. Li Sicong, one of the wits of Ming Dynasty(1368 to 1644 A.D.), authored Bai Yi Zhuan, a description of the Dai polity of Mao kingdom in 1396. He was born in where is known as Guiyang County of Chenzhou.

 

32. He Mengchun, one prominent figures of Chaling Poetic School in the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1644 A.D.), was born in the place today known as Lutang Township of Beihu District, Chenzhou. He was the author of Summary and Review of Yu Dong, which had been included in Siku Quanshu (Complete Library of the Four Treasuries). He was Director of the Board of Rites then.

 

33.Wang Lan, born in Huatang Township of Chenzhou, was a famous artist, whose representatives were A Hundred of Butterflies and two albums of her paintings.

 

34.Zeng Xisheng, Secretary of the CPC Anhui Provincial Committee and the CPC Shandong Provincial Committee consecutively, was born in Zixing of Chenzhou.

 

35.Huang Kecheng and Xiao Ke, two senior generals of People's Liberation Army, were both born in Chenzhou.

 

36.Some famous Chinese writers of the 20th century such as Bai Wei, Hu Yunyi, Gu Hua and Xiao Jianguo were all born in Chenzhou.

 

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