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Fusu was the eldest son and heir apparent of the Qin Shi Huang of the Qin dynasty.
Wen Tianxiang, Duke of Xinguo (信國公), was a Chinese poet and politician in the last years of the Southern Song Dynasty. For his resistance to Kublai Khan's invasion of the Song Dynasty, and for his refusal to yield to the Yuan Dynasty despite being captured and tortured, he is a popular symbol of patriotism and righteousness in China. He is known as one of the 'Three Loyal Princes of the Song' (大宋三忠王), alongside Lu Xiufu and Zhang Shijie.
Tiān (天) is one of the oldest Chinese terms for heaven and a key concept in Chinese mythology, philosophy, and religion. During the Shang dynasty, the Chinese referred to their supreme god as Shàngdì or Dì (帝,"Lord"). During the following Zhou dynasty, Tiān became synonymous with this figure. Heaven worship was, before the 20th century, an orthodox state religion of China.
Wen, wen, or WEN may refer to:
Miluo is a county-level city in Hunan province, China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Yueyang. The city is located on the northeast of the province and on the eastern bank of the Xiang River, it is to the north of the city proper of Changsha City. Miluo is bordered to the north by Yueyang County, to the east by Pingxiang County, to the south by Changsha County and Wangcheng District of Changsha City, to the west by Xiangyin County and Yuanjiang City. Miluo covers an area of 1,669.8 km2 (644.7 sq mi), as of 2015, it had a permanent resident population of 668,156. The city has three subdistricts and 10 towns under its jurisdiction. the government seat is Guiyi (归义镇).
Mei Bo was an official of Shang dynasty and was killed by Di Xin, King Zhou of Shang.
Young Justice Bao is a 25-episode ancient legal drama series produced by the Television Corporation of Singapore in 1994. The drama stars Chew Chor Meng as the legendary Song Dynasty jurist Bao Zheng.
Ang Hwee Fang, better known as Hong Huifang, is a Singaporean actress and contracted artiste under MediaCorp.
Chen Tianwen is an actor from Singapore. He is contracted to MediaCorp, and has starred in many Chinese-language Singaporean dramas shown on MediaCorp Channel 8 throughout the 1990s, including Ah Boys to Men 2, Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen and The Lion Men: Ultimate Showdown. Chen was educated at the now defunct Serangoon Garden Secondary Technical School. He joined the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation after completing the 5th artiste drama training class and made his debut in 1984. He holds a black belt in taekwondo and his martial arts background led him to being cast in many wuxia dramas in the 1990s and as characters with fight scenes in other drama series. He is also a member of the Singapore Celebrity Soccer Team.
Tian Qing is a women's and mixed doubles badminton player from China.
The Heavenly Questions or Questions to Heaven is a piece contained in the Classical Chinese poetry collection of Chu Ci, which is noted both in terms of poetry and as a source for information on the ancient culture of China, especially the area of the ancient state of Chu. Of all the poems attributed to Qu Yuan, "Tianwen" contains more myths than any of the other pieces which may be attributed to him; however, due to the formal structure of "Tianwen" as a series of questions, information regarding the myths alluded to appear more as a series of allusive fragments than as cohesively narrated stories. According to legend, Qu Yuan wrote this series of questions in verse after viewing various scenes depicted on temple murals; specifically, it is said that following his exile from the royal court of Chu, Qu Yuan looked upon the depictions of the ancestors and the gods painted upon the walls of the ancestral temple of Chu; and, then, in response, wrote his questions to Heaven, upon these same walls.
The Holy Pearl is a 2011 Chinese television series starring Gillian Chung as the daughter of an archaeologist. She travels back in time only to discovers she is the reincarnation of a warrior-priestess. She teams up with a human-dragon hybrid to recover a broken magical vase. It is loosely based on the Japanese manga series Inuyasha, but the main protagonist is the modern girl and not the half-demon from the past.
Athena Lee Yen is a Taiwanese actress who graduated from the New Taipei Municipal Jui-Fang Industrial High School.
China TV Drama Flying Apsaras Awards, also known as Flying Apsaras Awards or simply Feitian Awards, is a biennial awards ceremony awarding excellent achievement in Chinese television. Named after the Gandhanra aka Flying Apsaras, the award stature shape is sourced from the ancient painting of Flying Apsaras in Mogao Caves, Dunhuang. It is the longest running television award ceremony in China.
Mr. Unbelievable is a 2015 Singaporean musical comedy film directed by Ong Kuo Sin, and starring Chen Tianwen as the titular protagonist. It is based on the viral song "Unbelievable" and was released in cinemas in Singapore on December 3, 2015, and in Malaysia on January 14, 2016.
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The currency of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom consisted of Chinese cash coins and paper money, although the rarity of surviving Taiping paper money suggests that not much was produced. The first cash coins of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom were issued in the year 1853 in the capital of Tianjing. The cash coins of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom should not be confused with the Taiping Tongbao (太平通寳) which was issued during the Northern Song dynasty between the years 976 and 997, or with any other contemporary rebel coinage that also bear this inscription.
Master Z: Ip Man Legacy is a 2018 Chinese martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping and produced by Raymond Wong and Donnie Yen. It is a spin-off of the Ip Man film series, and takes place after the 2015 film Ip Man 3. This film stars Max Zhang, Dave Bautista and Liu Yan, and was released on 21 December 2018.
Wen Tian or Wentian or variation, may refer to: