18 Burst results for "Ching Dynasty"

"ching dynasty" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:46 min | 2 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Ever about 80 years ago during the interwar doctors when Japan thought that they would, they would go out and she's islands in the Pacific station aircraft on those islands and submarines in the waters around the island and then just basically pick away at the U. S. Pacific fleet coming from Hawaii and the West Coast. To basically to the relief of the Philippine Islands, which was us Druids were very similar to what China has in mind today. Although it has it has high technology working for it. So again, it wouldn't be politically correct for except for the Chinese to pay tribute to the to the Japanese, But it really does. It really is a variant of the same thing. I would say, Jim, it's not just the question of the interwar period. Chinese admirals Look back at the Sino Japanese war they look back at Japan's war with Russia. Andre Japan successes in those conflicts, and they seem to want to reverse them as they want to reverse other military defeats. It seems that he had the example of Japan is very alive in Beijing right now. Your thoughts. Yeah, actually, I mean, it's sort of the two markers that we had that we usually pick out when we talk about this or the idea that the Sino Japanese war in the 18 nineties and then, of course, the The Russell Japanese were on the night in the first take of the 20th century. Too big, too big battles. First of all the the Ching Dynasty's Navy, China's last serious Navy before the Peel a Navy Without against basically pick up Japanese sweets off the Korean coast and got crushed. This is a This is a marker in Chinese mice to this day. It's part of that century of humiliation. They're always talking about at the hands of basically European empires and especially Japan into the 20th century. Second battle is the battle of Shima straight between the Japan and Korea Lin, the Imperial Japanese navy stood out to sea and destroyed the Russian Baltic fleet, which is steamed basically across the entire globe through the Indian Ocean and so forth to get into East Asia. This is a good thing. This is another marker for China because it suggests what you might be able to do to a hostile navy. That's coming from very, very far away, which is our Pacific Fleet led me to this day. James. The puzzle for everyone Today is do these historical lessons from the 18th 19th 20th century do they apply to the planning? Of the P L, a Navy or the Japanese self defense forces. Do they talk about these in meetings where they're talking about actual ships at sea? You know, I think I think the answer is probably Just let me just go to shooting from the hip. I think the answer is probably no. I mean, generally speaking, only speaking there, enough differences routine historical that box that we know that we don't draw direct operational and tactical lessons from them. Did you take inspiration from history, obviously and that and that teaches us principles about strategy and policy. But But if you try to put those principles directly to work, given that the times it's a different year, politically at the time, just difficult, different, technologically and so forth. You probably setting yourself up for trouble. So I think And so I think that much as we do. I think that I think the Chinese and the Japanese take a general lessons on principles, but not but not try to draw. Regulations on how we're gonna maneuver this or that ship or whatever the case may be caveat, though, do they The Chinese Do they speak of Mahan? Do they speak of the big battle to come if there was a suggestion there when you talked about that? The Russian fleet steaming across in the Indian Ocean and being destroyed the jab to the Chinese. Imagine destroying the US fleet. One blow. You know that zah question that we debate a lot in the U. S Defense department to this day they certainly they certainly do talk a lot a lot about the decisive battle. But the battle that my hand talked about where is basically the traditional type battle I Tsushima Strait where you have two fleets meet in action. They have a gunfight and one wins and one loses..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Want to begin the story of the Meiji restoration with the era immediately before it was called the edo-era e d o both the edo-era and the Meiji era took the overlap the entirety of the chain Dynasty. The arrow era started about forty years before the fall of Peking and 1644 to Pro Manchu forces that started the Ching Dynasty. The arrow era ended about forty years before the abdication of the last Ching emperor in 1912. The Meiji era replaced the edo-era and it lasted until 1912 as well. I am most keenly aware that my podcast title.

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"In many ways the modern transformations of China and Japan we're related. Both could not avoid the west. With the advent of fast steamships. China's involvement with the West proceeded Japan by about a decade or so. The Japanese learned the hard lessons from the Chinese experience. It was almost natural that Japan would become the chief incubator of Chinese. Revolution. In these revolutionaries believed the chaos and foreign presence in China rested firmly at the Manchus feet. After all many argued the manchus themselves were but foreign occupiers of China. The perspective began to shift. Away from the foreigners that were the causing woes. Of the late Ching Dynasty. To. It was the Manchus. That let it happen. They were the reason why? The Ching Dynasty. suffered. For so many long years. Late in its. Empire. The period from nineteen o six to nineteen eight is filled with many uprisings, all of them, relatively small and all of them failed. What was missing was a grass root component. The Emperor Guangxu. Spent this time in the early twentieth century according remember of course, remember he was in virtual isolation imprisoned by the empress. Dowager. Planning to implement. His reforms. But thought at best that he should wait for the old frail empress dowager to die. But the emperor. Guangxu. Got The chance. He died at the age of thirty seven on November Fourteenth Nineteen Eight. As I spoke about. In a previous episode. It has been established. That he was poisoned to death. With Arsenic His funeral. would be the last under the Ching Dynasty. In another one of those strange historical idiosyncrasies. Sushi. The famous empress dowager. died the very next day. She was seventy two at the time she died. There were rumors that she'd been murdered that she'd been stabbed. But Probably It was a natural death. As. She had been sick for some time. In her final act before she died, she decreed that her two year old nephew would be the next emperor. So she left. This earth. At this tumultuous time. And she put into the hands. Of a two year old boy. And his father. Would, be his region..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"She was totally sincere about these reforms or. As always, she just wanted to preserve her power. Some of the reforms adopted resembled some of the reforms the Meiji Government in Japan had made. Other reforms were based on western teachings. Some of the reforms `rumour radical than what Guangxu the emperor had proposed with the one hundred days of reform. And there were some reforms made. For instance, the ancient practice of footbinding was once and for all outlawed. Opium Smoking was banned. Around nineteen o five, the Ching Dynasty abolished their long practiced exam system. That had previously ended political power to only the elites. They also made A. Genuine, attempt to decentralized par a little creating elected assemblies at the local province level. Another set of reforms focused on rebuilding the armed forces. This included equipping the forces with the latest in Western armaments. However AS WE WILL LEARN All of this was too late. And too little to save the Empire. Much of these reforms were poorly implemented. And poorly executed. And events now were moving very, very fast in China. After the boxer rebellion. Many Chinese began to seriously think about revolution. Young students young Chinese students in exile particularly in. Japan. Began to openly discuss revolution. and. You're encouraged by the Japanese government. Many Chinese, mostly young. Looked, up to. And admired the Japanese. After all the Japanese or the Meiji Japanese government had done something that the Chinese Ching Dynasty had not done and that is the Japanese. Seemed to have escaped backwardness and modernized. And took in and utilized Western ideas and adjusted their society accordingly without becoming Westernized. So. To speak. And the Japanese learn to confront the western powers on equal terms. However there were also other nations that were influencing these young Chinese. Chinese that just Japanese. Meanwhile. Russia was still pressing. It's Manchuria gains. It occupied Shenyang China. On. October first. Nineteen hundred. Tensions over Manchuria grew not just within China of course, but internationally too. One gets the feeling. That were however the Manchuria issue works out. It's not going to be in China's favor. All of the Russian activity in. Manchuria. Led to the Japanese declaring war against Russia. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, four..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Of solid gold. And this is episode twenty. Beginning of the end. Dimension, I. Remind everyone if you've listened to my previous couple of episodes that I will begin. The second season of my podcast as soon as this season ends. This episode you're listening to is second to the end only one more episode after this one. Then I'll begin the second season and it's going to be about the Meiji Restoration particularly. Not only about the Meiji Restoration but how it compares to. The restoration efforts that were ongoing. In China during the same period of time. I think it's quite interesting. And I will answer. The question why did Japan? Response so much better to western intervention. Then did the Ching Dynasty and China. Okay. The last episode. I talked about the boxer rebellion. I also talked about the issues with Japan Korea and the triple intervention. And how all of these threatened The chain dynasty and threatened to divide up the empire. In this episode. This would be the last attempt by the Ching Dynasty to reform China. And Stave off. Revolution. That would end the dynasty. I will talk about the Russian Japanese war that took place in Manchuria and resulted in the loss of Manchuria from the Chinese. Are also mentioned and talk about the serious efforts and movements that were afoot both in China and outside of China. To replace the chain dynasty. I realized my episode title. Beginning of the end is a bit misleading. Good arguments could be made at the beginning of the end. Of the Ching Dynasty came slowly. And direct everyone's attention to the boxer rebellion were the end was certainly incite then. But you could also argue that the end of the dynasty began after the tumultuous mid. Nineteenth Century. The foreign interventions. The abuse, the opium wars, the Taiping Rebellion, the neon rebellion. Probably did the Ching Dynasty Ching Empire. More harm for which it would never recover. And it did not. It can even be reasonably argue that the fix was in so to speak or the beginning of the end was so in. So to speak after the Great Emperor Cheng Long died. For sure after channel. The Ching. Dynasty would never have a dynamic and dominating emperor again. But. To the dynasties credit? It continued to survive. For at least a few more years. After nineteen O to the boxer rebellion fiasco had ended and the imperial family. Returned to Peking remember they had fled Peking during the boxer rebellion Soon upon returning. The emperor under the direction of Sushi. The Empress Dowager issued an edict. To begin making. Large big. Government. Political reforms. Beyond this. The emperor lived in virtual isolation..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

04:28 min | 8 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"My podcast rise and fall of the Dynasty Cup of solid gold. This is episode nineteen boxer rebellion. Just a little review of the last episode. I discussed the death investigation. Of the Emperor Guangxu and how it was determined that he was poisoned. He is the emperor that I'm currently discussing. I also talked about a lot more about. The empress dowager. We learned about one hundred days of reform edicts. Issued by the Emperor Guangxu in. Eighteen, ninety eight. And how those were not effective. And I talked about the continuing humiliation. Of the Ching Dynasty..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"In a small round container, and then that sits in a square frame was art form would have initially been something that was reserved for the wealthy and the privilege, so it makes sense that it's first. Evidence is on a prince's tomb from the third to fifth centuries him. Taoism became highly influential leading people to issue the trappings of money in. In engage instead with nature as a consequence pitching developed greatly during this time, as people sought ways to have nature even in its smallest form in their everyday lives, pinging became entwined with the idea of cultivating one's character and one's appreciation for beauty, another huge period of growth for this art form came in the seventh through the ninth centuries during the Tang Dynasty. When Arts flourished, this was a relatively stable period in Chinese history. One of the most famous historical depictions from pending is from this period. It's a mural on a mausoleum for prince. Prince Zhengwei from the year seven Oh six, and it features a servant woman, carrying a tray with a miniature seen on it with rocks and fruit trees, evidence of pinging appears from throughout the tongue dynasty in the eighth century. It's written about in poems, and it's documented is something that people would cultivate for their own homes often incorporated into their outdoor landscapes, so you would have it in your yard for example in the tenth centuries Northern Song Dynasty. It was similarly represented in art, and this is when the water and land pinging also developed. During this time it appeared in a lot of poetry and paintings, as well sometimes as a decorative element in a larger seen, but often is the subject of the work itself this appreciation and representation of pinging continued over the next two centuries then sometime during the period when the Song Dynasty and the Japanese hand period overlap. pinging made its way to Japan we will be coming back to. To Japan in just a moment, during the Ming Dynasty, which spanned the years thirteen, sixty eight to sixteen, forty, four, pending, not only flourished, but more and more ideas of it beyond an object of beauty were recorded writer too long, declared that smaller pinging that could quote be set on a stool or table where the best ones followed by pinging intended to sit in courtyards and he. He also wrote advice on what he believed were the best aesthetic principles of the art form, preferring the look of aged trees, such as those in images by a number of famous painters. He stresses his well. The though plants in pinging could be trained with stiff fibers or string. There should be no appearance of such manipulation in the final product that is something that continues in these. These art forms today during the Ching Dynasty which followed the Ming and lasted until nineteen eleven. The possibilities of pinging expanded really significantly, the limits of this art form were tested. They were expanded more and more creative concepts emerged during this time. Regional styles also developed, and there were books about art that rapidly grew in number, including writings talked about the virtue of creating pinging for pleasure..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"The emperor's biggest problem with the treaty were the foreign embassies. He felt. Four embassies would damage the dignity of the dynasty. The acceptance of permanent foreign envoys. Implicitly meant that the Ching Dynasty considered these four nations as equals. The emperor in refusing to sign the treaty incorrectly assumed that as long as the four nations got free trade from China. They would retreat. From the embassy demand. And the indemnities. However for the four nations, the permanent embassies were a major issue and they would not back down from it. Once the allies had the teen in treaty commitment. They of course withdrew. But came back. In the summer of fifty nine. With the allies were their respective envoys and ambassadors to officially formally ratify the treaty. The emperor however prevented them from going to Peking. The allies pushed back and waited for reinforcements. In August eighteen, sixty, a much larger allied force relieved the envoys and they went forward toward Peking. The allies eventually captured Peking plundering. And burning it along with the summer, palace outside of Peking. It was not. Long. Then that. The chain found themselves at the negotiating table with the western nations. These negotiations culminated in a series of meetings in Peking in October of eighteen, sixty. The resulting convention of Peking Agreement was ratified. On. October twenty fifth eighteen sixty. The Ching Dynasty settled with England. The next day they started with the French. And the terms were. That the Ching Dynasty would fully abide by the eighteen fifty eight treaty of t engine. That the English would be ceded the southern portion of Joe Joachim Peninsula next to Hong Kong The Ching Dynasty would pay added indemnities to both France and England. The opium trade was legalized. What additional treaty port was opened. And the chain dynasty would return to France the religious religious Chiro property that they had confiscated. And finally the trade would be legalized. Cooley were a sort of a Chinese indentured servants. Put in use by Western nations. After it was all said and done. The treaties had opened nineteen..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Welcome to my podcast, rise and fall of the Ching Dynasty Cup of solid gold. This is episode fifteen. Mandate of Heaven Redux. The prior episode I talked about the treaties that resulted from the first opium war. Also talked about the Dow Guan Emperor. And that he died and his son she and fung, the emperor ascended to the throne. Clearly. China and the chain dynasty. Were a mess. The great Chinese civil war or the Taiping Rebellion had begun. and was still ongoing. In this current events road. I'm going to talk about another rebellion the neon rebellion. And get to the Second Opium War. As well as a continuation with the Taiping rebellion. And much much more. Before get any further into this material. Is Important. To ask yourself. Everything? We've been talking about an everything that's going to come. Is this consistent with the mandate of Heaven? I. Think as we go through. All of this history. It's really important that we always ask that question. Did that Emperor. Does that dynasty? Have demanded heaven. And what might have the people thought about that? These an important question and something for all of you to think about. In terms of what we've just covered. And in terms of what is coming? In Eighteen, fifty three an offshoot. Of. The White Lotus Society Express their faction of the events in China and they began to rebel. The events I refer to were primarily focused on decades of flooding along the Yellow River. And the Cheang dynasties failure to provide relief. An infrastructure to that area. Persistent flooding had destroyed China's richest area, and also negatively impacted the chains ability to collect taxes and trade duties. Obviously the ability to collect taxes certainly hampered the dynasties ability to help the Syria and its people so vicious circle. Some have even argued that the neon uprising may have been a protest to female infanticide. That was going on at that time. Due to poor. Conditions and that area. The female infanticide enormously reduced the number of females. To, marry? And this led to misery. By the unwed males. The rebellion was another of the many peasant rebellions. I have talked about throughout this podcast series. It began by villages being rated and it spread. To Shandong Non Jiangsu an we provinces. All of these located in eastern and central China. The neon rebellious to place at the same time, and in some of the same regions as the Taiping. rebellion. I have seen it referred as part of the Taiping Rebellion. But it was clearly not part of the Taiping Rebellion. The neon rebellion never really had a firm goal unlike the type things. At its height neons had about thirty to fifty thousand soldiers estimated. The chain dynasty eventually defeated them in eighteen, sixty eight. But it took some fifteen years to do so. It has been speculated that if the Hi Ping's had combined with the neons. That might have been the end of the Ching Dynasty. Of course we'll never know that because the type things had an aversion to join with any idolaters..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Just a real quick review, the last episode I talked about the death of the. Emperor judging. In that he named his second son to succeed him as the emperor. To the Ching Dynasty. I refer to the last episode as Hi Ching. And it should be no surprise to anyone, and it certainly will not be after this president episode. That the Ching Dynasty was at now at its height. Geographically politically and economically. We will see. The continuation. Of the Western powers. To noticeably encroach on China and assert their control and agendas. The period of time that I got into with the last episode and this current episode. Takes US pretty much through. Almost the first half..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on Secret Societies

"The Word Triad is a loose translation. The Chinese phrase San Jose we or the Triple Union society. It's a reference to the Union of Heaven Earth and humanity that Trinity allegedly represented in the triangle. Imagery they employ. It's unclear however which came first the triangle or its associated meaning which is to say the group may have always related to this spiritual trinity or they may have just liked triangles chicken or the egg. It doesn't really matter what does matter is how the Etymology of the word triad has evolved since they were first established today. It's become an umbrella term for any Chinese criminal or underground organization. The word triads has become synonymous with crime. Which makes it difficult to sort out. Who or what is authentic? A group dubbed Triad could be part of the society or an unrelated criminal. Enterprise writing their coattails and intentional or not flooding. The world with decoys makes hiding in plain sight pretty easy luckily for us. The origins of the triads are less hidden now in the nineteen eighties. China opened its first historical archives and primary sources that were previously classified became available to the public. So let's travel back to about a century before the triads. I started to form sometime in the sixteen. Hundreds in the Fujian Province of China. Historians may simplified the origin story of the triads into one of rebellion. A group of men who banded together to resist the Ching Dynasty United by their support of its predecessor. The Ming the reality however is more nuanced it had as much to do with local politics and the power struggle between influential families as it did anything on a national scale by the mid Seventeenth Century. China was experiencing a massive population spike. It's agriculture couldn't keep up with demand and people were starving perhaps none more so than the people of June POW county in the Fujian Province. The Little Land June POW county did have was trapped between the mountains and the sea. Roughly fifty percent of its fields consisted of just sand and Brian. Making it difficult to grow crops and as populations grew inhabitable terrain became more and more scarce. So as the prospect of living off the land became less of a possibility and immigration. Economy began to form. People were forced to travel and look for work as hired labourers. Those who were literate. Try their hand at reading fortunes horoscopes and predicting the future. The rest were relegated to the priesthood begging pirating or thievery to find new income streams. These migrants traveled to less populous areas with more land and more stable economies to make matters worse than influential family in the starving Fujian Province but junk family started staging rebellions against the new. Ching rule in response. Ching officials implemented a wickedly cruel measure to enforce their dominance a coastal evacuation policy. They made everyone who lived in the region move miles inland. They knew how precious the arable land in the Fujian Province was that it was already stuffed to capacity but they wanted to send a message. They wanted to starve junks and everyone suffered. As a result. The entire coast became a wasteland. Villages and farms were abandoned. People were starving and desperate in close quarters. Desperation led to recklessness crime and Murder Sword and the dead could be counted in the thousands. It was in the midst of this chaos that the earliest Chinese secret societies began to form. It became clear that there was power in numbers so local leaders began quietly staking out territory and creating spheres of influence at first lines were drawn by family or by county each was trying their best survive all held deep seated resentment towards the government but none were large or strong enough to enact significant changes unable to take action against Ching. They took action against each other. But as years passed the groups became more formalized local temples run by religious societies. Were used as headquarters. Some even started funding. The society's operations this move to temples was a critical component for the later formation of the triads by loosely re-centering their purpose around a deity blood relation and county ties became less important and the concept of `non-kinh Brotherhood started to form a sworn brotherhood bound by oath the earliest societies were small most of them unnamed many relied on each other for very practical reasons for example membership fees were collected to help all participants care for their elderly parents. There were of course. Occasional quarrels with the law and leadership. But they came in fits and starts none had the momentum to be considered a movement many had fewer than twenty members. Among these societies distinction was made between those who swore blood oaths and non blood oaths. The difference was quite simple. Those who used blood as part of their initiation ritual and those who did not but this distinction became important when the Ching Dynasty enacted new laws by sixteen sixty one the punishment for participation in a non blood brotherhood was getting whipped with heavy bamboo. One Hundred Times. Meanwhile Blood Brotherhood memberships in some instances were capital offenses around sixteen eighty three Jichi go on a magistrate of June La County wrote this to denounce the blood oaths cropping up in China. It has become an evil custom for young no goods looking for trouble and to stand out to burn incense pour out libations and call one another brother seeking to forget differences of an ability and baseness and eight one another in poverty and wealth they pledged to remain together and sadness and enjoy and to watch out for one another in life and in death. You can hear the disgust in his words for the men's class for their childish disobedience but for four travelers liamine chewed Ding Yang Chow. One anti she disobedience was worth potentially losing their lives sometime before seventeen sixty one. These four men left the struggling June POW county and made their way to Szechuan there. They joined society of forty eight monks who supposedly specialized in magic and expelling coasts years later when the four travellers departed the society of monks. They split up. They each went on to spread the techniques they had learned throughout China then sometime around seventeen sixty one t she returned to June POW county capitalizing. The number of recruits. He gathered in its travels. He created more formal society at the GODDESS OF MERCY PAVILION. That society would soon bear the name. The Teen de Hoy the heaven and Earth Society the descendants of whom would be known as the triads and what began as a small gathering in a tiny province of China would grow to become one of the largest and most elaborate secret societies.

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"What about twenty thousand by the ching dynasty, one thousand concubines concubines concerts? Yeah. Ply me seventy thousand women in the women. I'm just trying to work out the timing of this. Well, how how let's say how many how have sex Within with. that time called us. Yeah. You know? They did have problems with that. There was one emperor called emperor Wu not powder. The ching. But he had five thousand women too many to either remember who he actually wanted to sleep with. But he knew that they rule very Prissy. So what he used to do was go round in a car that was carried by goats. And when the goats got tired wherever they parked. That's who he went and had sex with that night's. Yeah. Yeah. Joy. There's an easy way to remember who you fancy I think that's the idea is the concubines. He just thought they're all very beautiful so wherever the goats stop. That's where I'll get off. And some of the concubines literally. And then either concubines actually did want to have relations with them because maybe children, and you they would become emperor. That's exactly so what they used to do was leave little bits of treats outside the door for the goats to trick them into stopping. And then there's other ones who because they wanted to make sure that there was not too much jealousy. Amongst the concubines because if you slept with one of the concubines that raised her level, and suddenly you're surrounding concubines might get a bit too jealous and fights break out. And so on they used to have a rotation calendar that was done for certain emperors. So they would make sure that you never slept with the same concubine in the same week or something like that. We have written records of that. I so I read on this website under the you talking about the in the tenth century calendars. We use to keep track of the sex life rather than of day to day life. It was so closely monitors that Cobb you not saying I'll meet you on the twenty ninth of the empress Shug. Rachel. I think we should bring it back on Royal? Yeah. There was a branch of the imperial government. That was set up in the sixteenth seventeenth cooled the office of respectful service. And this was to formalize that really and make sure secretaries were installed to keep tabs on the sexual activities. And so every single concubine visited the bedroom. They'd have to take. No it they'd have to find out. What actually happened in there? Because again, the ranking system. Yeah. I found this interesting. Apparently, there was only one monogamous Chinese emperor. Who was good Hongzhi? And he was only monogamous because he was extremely close to his mother. And then his mother was murdered by concubine. So rather put him off the idea of concubinage? Yeah. Except the one presumably. I think he took a wife a why they could do that since I was couldn't make concubines though is an emperor called joshing, which I'm sure I'm pronouncing role eighteen of his concubines kind of ganged up on him and tried to kill him. They drove happens into his crotch on route to silk cord around his neck and tried to strangle him. The guy with the keyboard in the Kona Zing. I'd know what I recalled this. Have heavy heavy pets. The empress empress fine. Then had all the conspiracies killed. They're all executed, but joshing he decided to move out of the imperial palace became a Taoist magician who spent his whole life having sex with virgins and drinking magic potions made from Butleigh fluids. Wow. Quite badly. Not count as being a magician disappointed. If I went to a magic show and only did was drink blood and urine and have sex. I really never be to David Blake. I think the magic was other stuff. Did he did he stay as emperor? He did basically just ignored all of his duties as opposed to do did all this much it and stuff knowing if the emperor Takata magic. Trying to show you another trick. We are at war. With four separate groups of people that we have some positions. Please..

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Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig welcomed across Asia

AP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig welcomed across Asia

"Asia welcomes the lunar year of the pig on Tuesday with visits to temples family banquets and the world's biggest travel spree celebrations took place from Beijing, and Seoul to Hanoi and Singapore worshippers stood in line for hours at Hong Kong's Wong, Tai sin temple to welcome. The new year by lighting incense in Beijing performers in traditional ching, dynasty robes strummed zither for a reenactment at sunrise of a sacrificial ceremony at the temple of earth park. In Bangkok people lit incense, sticks and burned paper money and other symbolic offerings for deceased relatives. Despite government appeals to avoid contributing to smog. The holiday in mainland. China is the biggest annual travel, boom. Hundreds of millions of people visit their hometowns or travel abroad during the period, the railway ministry forecast mainland travelers would make four hundred thirteen million trips during the three week period around the

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on AP News

"The new year by lighting incense in Beijing performers in traditional ching, dynasty robes strummed zither for a reenactment at sunrise of. A sacrificial ceremony at the temple of earth park in Bangkok people lit incense, sticks and burned paper money and other symbolic offerings for deceased relatives. Despite government appeals to avoid contributing to smog. The holiday in mainland. China is the biggest annual travel, boom. Hundreds of millions of people visit their hometowns or travel abroad during the period, the railway ministry forecast mainland travelers would make four hundred thirteen million trips during the three week period around the holiday. Chronic pain is the most common reason people turn to medical marijuana. According to a new study in the analysis of fifteen states published in the journal, health affairs, chronic pain, followed by stiffness from multiple sclerosis and chemotherapy related nausea study didn't measure whether marijuana actually helped anyone with those problems. But the patients reasons match up with what's known about the science of marijuana and its chemical components. The study also found that Alaska Colorado, Nevada and Oregon saw decline in medical marijuana patients after those states legalized recreational marijuana more than eight hundred thousand patients were enrolled in medical marijuana programs in two thousand seventeen in nineteen states. Madonna will be honored for her work and influence AP's. Warren Levinson reports the LGBTQ advocacy group glad is giving her an advocate for change award. Madonna is getting the award for nearly four decades as an advocate for LGBTQ issues. She spoke out on behalf of aids victims from the epidemics earliest days. Glad president Sarah. Kate Ellis says the sixty year old singer in the groups words fearlessly pushes for a world where LGBTQ people are accepted. It's the second time the organization is presenting an advocate for change award. The I was given to former President Bill Clinton six years ago. Madonna will receive the honour glads thirtieth annual media awards presentation may fourth Warren Levinson, New York. State of the union is underway. I'm Tim Maguire AP news. Minted President Trump is delivering a state of the union address to both house and Senate members in Washington..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on AP News

"The new year by lighting incense in Beijing performers in traditional ching, dynasty robes strums zither for a reenactment at sunrise of a sacrificial ceremony at the temple of earth park in Bangkok people lit incense, sticks and burned paper money and other symbolic offerings four deceased relatives. Despite government appeals to avoid contributing to smog. The holiday in mainland. China is the biggest. I annual travel boom, hundreds of millions of people visit their hometowns or travel abroad during the period, the railway ministry forecast mainland travelers would make four hundred thirteen million trips during the three week period around the holiday. The magnetic North Pole is moving and fast on Monday. Scientists had to release an update of where it really was located nearly a year ahead of schedule earth's north. Magnetic pole is wandering about thirty four miles a year. It crossed the international dateline. At the end of two thousand seventeen and it's leaving the Canadian Arctic on its way to Siberia, the shifting. Magnetic pole is a problem for compasses airplanes and boats shouldn't be affected too much. However, they rely on magnetic north usually just as a backup for their navigation systems. Andy Cohen of the Bravo series watch. What happens live is the father for the first time at age fifty is AP entertainment correspondent Margie zaraleta? Reports. He announced the birth of his son on Instagram on Monday. The baby is named Benjamin. Alan Cohen named for Cohen's. Grandfather Cohen who is gay says he is in love speechless and eternally grateful to an incredible surrogates current head announced on his show in December. He was expecting a child after many years of careful deliberation. A fair amount of prayers and the benefit. Science. I'm Archie zaraleta? Radio news. I'm Tim Maguire. The White House releases portions of the speech, President Trump is about to deliver to congress.

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"This is a really special thing. I really recommend doing it. If you can handle sleeping on a very thin mattress in a tent on the hard grounds. It is a really cool thing to be on there at sunset and then white Cup. It's a sunrise and being on the wool itself is very unique experience. So keep an eye out for those tools. Excellent. Okay. So. Jumping back to city Lama temple. This is probably the biggest temple in Beijing that you'll see it's Tabet and Buddhist style so Glueck. Sect ching dynasty. So the last Innocenti in China were very big fans of Tibetan Buddhism. So they said this one up putting that sect the main piece of the complex is sixty foot. High Buddha statue carved out of a single piece of sandalwood train, and it's huge red that took three years to come ba- transported from Tabet an economy in how they did that over what must have been very little infrastructure roads. So that's the Lama temple. And again, that's the starting point for when walk through tongs, he stopped from there, you go down eaten who Tong and then continue onto the drama Bill. Tele so jumping out of the oldest city I recommend. To a day. So central business district of the new area. Area code Guo, mal and you start at goal, Molly. Go up through to Sunday. Tune and even Lang macho is an area maybe not worth seeing. But it's an Oakland place to stay in cool mountain. You've got the pants tower, which is this the pants tower. Yes. The official building of the national TV broadcast in China. It was built just before the Olympics setting this finished this before. Pair pants, okay. Yeah. Some people hate it. I don't know why. I love it. I every time I go policies thing. I just look up in or I really really love this building. And I think it's worth seeing so could excuse to go to that Szebeny area. The best way to see it across the road. Does a hotel called hotel. Jin CHA, Ian, a touch to that hotel has a mole. You can go up in that mole to the sixth and seventh floor this restaurants in a couple of BAAs. They you can sit out on the open area late afternoon, dusk, really good view of the pants towel. And it could why to see the CBD there. So around that area. Another good thing you can walk up to high school Parkview green. Which is a mole won a lot of awards for environmental points on how they how it's been built once cool about this Mouly's. It's full of. Private art collection of big, sculptures and contemporary things. Like that they have some permanent things that ULA white seep, and they do have rotating paces, and I have a few small galleries within the mole. If you're going to go to one mole and woke around that would be a nice one to pieces by Dali an in an almost cost LeBron's or something right out the front, so international and local artists. So that's one thing to check out when I should just clarify something because I think I know what you meant when you say rotating exhibit to mean exhibits that come and go rather than. Casco rather than cuff because head in Prague. Right. Okay. Right. That's what I thought you meant. But I just needed to clarify. That's right. So kind of similar era is the main entertainment restaurant bar code suddenly Sunday to started life because they Syria has load of embassies in consulates. So a little Gary boss straight pumped up kind of like the Chinese idea..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on PRI's The World

"But I'm could while you're father was ill. You did this performance. I that's all I can call. It. You intentionally smashed a ching dynasty horslen and a Han dynasty earn. And you were photographs smashing another earn. How did these idea? Has come to you, especially while your father was was dying. Snot had really much ideas is really attitude or some kind of stupid ridiculous action. You see Chow do the concent- all the time was your intention to shake up the Chinese public? No, not possible. You have no platform the rest of society as seem deep sleep, and they don't care. It was interesting something you said about smashing the vase. You felt it was almost like a child acting out. And I want to ask you about the middle finger because it's a photographic motif. That you've used pointing your finger at the Hong Kong skyline appointing your middle finger at the Eiffel tower chairman Mao at felt like when I saw this. It's like a rebellious teenager who's just gotten a camera for the first time, what is up with the finger to socio said surgery. Volunteer John now, I realize I don't do that anymore because I may grow older, you know, on the us individual in this society. What else can you do? I mean, just give your opinions. So you spent a lot of time in the United States do feel you can still count on the US to be kind of the beacon of free expression around the world. I don't realize sinks outweigh, you know, on the surface thing on the shallow surface. Yes. US defending individual rights are human rights, but deeply. US also calls in a lot of problem for other people for other nations, full broader human rights violations. I mean, I asked partly because you live in Berlin. No. But I understand you're moving to New York with your family, correct? Yes. So I know you've described the US as a country of immigrants, which I think a lot of people would agree with. But President Donald Trump seems to reject that idea. How do you feel about this reality as you move to the realities about how US us a nation still have full power to accept the difference? Still have an edgy or do young enough to take the challenge and have ovation and on the half of the big heart. So if they don't then through push people away, they'll blame other people on the just shows the wickedness, and if that big heart starts to shrink while you're here, are you going to turn your eye and your. Critiques toward the United States, or at least make your critiques in your art of China, more universal. And maybe I liked the US. I always protect the basic rights of freedom of speech, and humorous. I don't see that the only is Chinese problem as universal problem. I way way thank you very much for your time. It was an honor and a great pleasure to meet you. Thank you. Nice to be here. Check out my selfie with IWay. And the really cool thing about it. I way way took it because you know skill. You can see it at the world dot ORG. For nearly a decade the men in the limo dumped more than six stories of debris in a black Chicago neighborhood, and though the neighborhood fought back the deck was stacked against them. Politicians were paid off the legal system looked away. And the man in the limo was working for the FBI. I'm Robin Aamer. And this is the city a new podcast from USA today. Subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you listen..

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"ching dynasty" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"ching dynasty" Discussed on FoodStuff

"A japanese book published during the ito period which was 16 or three to eighteen sixty seven had over one hundred two recipes anna yeah and part of that was probably related to the rise in acceptance of buddhism if we go back over to china during the ching dynasty which was 16 ford ford 1911 emperor com see a reportedly gave his high officials locally stronglyflavoured tofu in place of jade our coal holes or like while on an inspection tour of southern china i i can't imagine expecting jaheed getting ten getting to against serbia set necessarily fence i'll get the tovua and how hungry awa's affect current yes but i just love of how i know i'll get them tofu perfect at the time turf is mostly made in small shops using similar methods and both china and japan all the way up until the 1960 allow yes and then the japanese food research institute made a set of recommendations aimed at standardising and modernizing tofu quitting things like using calcium sulfate as the thickener instead of nick ari and using pressure cookers hydraulic presses centrifuges instead of doing everything manually and as your guest the recommendations succeeded in speeding up to food production have on the tohfill exactly some tollfree producers refused through adopted thinking it negatively impacted the flavor and they still do everything by hand huts beautiful i know taste test tied to i wanna know if you can taste like any difference i've i imagine you finally end yeah i would hope so and i would go so.

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