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"han dynasty" Discussed on FT Everything Else
"As, you may remember from our last episode, I'm doing something slightly different this season it's laid out in detail at the start of episode, one with Miranda July but the cruxes, this my co host Zelda Murray Brown who I miss very much is on maternity leave and the world is in flux and we don't know where we'll end up. So I'm on a six episode exploration of one big question. What's possible now that would have seemed impossible before. What has this pandemic broken open that can't be undone. Right. Now, it really feels like we have a unique chance to re imagine. So this season, I'm inviting big cultural thinkers on to explore that question with me. I'm also exploring it with my brilliant financial, times life and arts colleagues, and I'm exploring it with you. And today I'm going big my guest is I way way? I way is sixty three now and his name is almost an institution. This is China's most famous artist. He is one of the world's great living artists and he will likely be remembered as one of the most influential activists of our time. I met with him officially because he's promoting his latest art installation, it's a huge public art project Piccadilly Circus, which is like London's Time Square, and it's in response to the pandemic. It's called circa every night at eight, twenty pm or twenty twenty very cheap. The advertising screens turn off and that space is handed over to an artist. This month it's Iowa Way and through October he screening thirty really short two minute films one each day and. All of them sort of explore his life and his art and his activism. What I really wanted to talk to him about though is the art of protest because after summer defined by protest, it was really hard to think of an artist more appropriate to talk to about where we are. Now before we dive into the interview, let's set the scene. Let me bring you on a short journey through the life and work of I way way. Way, grew up in a family of artists. His father was a famous poet and when way was one, their family was exiled to a labor camp in northern China as part of Chairman Mouse Anti intellectual campaign. So I way spent the first twenty years of his life in confinement and the family lived underground in basically a whole with bushes for roof. Then in his twenties way left China for New York. He did street photography. He befriended Allen Ginsberg. He lived a very eighties New York beatnik life and thirteen years. Later he went back to China and that's when his career protest art really began in earnest in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five he became famous for a series of photographs that outraged people of him dropping and smashing two thousand year old earned from the Han Dynasty and the question there was did dropping that earn give it more or less value. You know like what are the objects we care to preserve and why? I always art is just big. It makes a big statement or it's a big ambitious documentary or a massive installation just nothing is small even in his photographs does big things like he's giving the Middle Finger to Tiananmen Square. Unsurprisingly. They are also entirely political. They expose things that authoritarian regimes want to hide or they make us face things that we would probably prefer to ignore his work also often targets the Chinese government, which of course, is a very dangerous game. Let's take one example a piece of work called remembering from two, thousand nine. So this was the year after the earthquake the regime was censoring any details about the death toll. So way asked a group of volunteers to manually count village by village how many children had died in schools that had been constructed negligently. He then went to the house to Kunst in Munich, which was a building made for Hitler and he covered it's facade with nine thousand backpacks and the pattern of those backpacks spelled out the words of grieving mother they had met during their research. It said all I want is to let the world remember she had been living happily for seven years. So you can see what I mean. It's big. And this is where the story takes a turn because in twenty eleven I way way just disappeared. That's something in authority can just do. He was detained by Chinese authorities for eighty one days, and during that time a massive social media and street art campaign broke out around the world. You may actually remember it the Hashtag was free I way way and there was this other popular slogan over t shirts and streets, and it was who's afraid of I way way. When he was released he was put on house arrest and in two thousand fifteen he got out of China and he moved to Berlin. So in these recent years in Europe, his work has gotten even more global in two, thousand seventeen he made a documentary it's called human flow and it was centered around the Syrian refugee crisis migration through Europe. But it was like a massive project it went to more than twenty countries. It follow displacement around the world and like many of his documentaries it's beautifully shot. There are these big wide angle drone shots that show the movement of human beings on mass, and then there are these close up shots people's faces and one on one interviews that forced us to really see them. It's really deeply empathic work. Okay. So that's I way way. Now. This is one of the more intense interviews I've probably ever done. It's definitely nuanced but I'm personally pretty desperate for nuance these days. So I hope you enjoy it. AFTERWARD, I've invited Jan Dally on to help me.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Feminism On Ear
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"han dynasty" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Years of news twice an hour and smart talk all day 94 5 w P E T I in the triad and 1061 FM Talk in the triangle. Never read an article And you have no idea why you read it. But after you're so glad you did. You know, I love the history, right? I just read about the history of paper, rock, scissors and holy crap. Course. Nowadays we use it to decide you know who sit shotgun butt. Back in the day. Apparently it was It was quite the game and I just want this to stay two seconds, but it's fascinating. So Versions of a date back all the way to the Han Dynasty. However, it peaked in popularity in the 16 hundreds in Japan. As a drinking, gambling and sex game. In fact, is described in one piece of literature is constituting foreplay in a real sense, son. 100% Sure. Oh, and it wasn't paper rock scissors. It was. Ah! Where is this? Teo Teo Hunter Village Elder, Supernatural fox. So in supernatural fox every single time If I said if you don't go Supernatural fox here, count, this should just rename the game Supernatural fox. Well, would no be Hunter Village Elder, Supernatural Supernatural fox. Let's play that. Okay, I'm going Hunter and you lose, I would call you a coward. You lose. In Indonesia version also became popular, and it was earwig man Elefant. You gotta go Elephant. Oh, yeah. I don't know. You see a lot of pictures with men holding dead elephants. An earwig? Yeah. What's an earwig? On earwig. It's like the little picture little thing, Carl Bugs crawling here, man. Okay? Still going elephant. All right. Elephants vs Supernatural thought her natural Dam fox. What is your thing with supernatural? In fact, it became so popular that wealthy Japanese would purchase fancy hand covers that could cost the equivalent of a person's entire annual food budget. And versions of the game were more than just hand motions, but rather would involve contorting one's entire body for a chance at prizes such as exotic animals and.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Welcome to bedtime history. Have you heard of a country called China one point four billion people in China more people than any other country in the world around nineteen percent of the world has Chinese, which means around one in five people. The Chinese have very interesting history which goes back thousands of years there civilizations were vast and powerful and the invented many useful things tonight. We're going to learn about the Han dynasty which ruled China for over four hundred, years. China located in the East which is across the Pacific Ocean, from the United States than below Russia and above India. Like many civilizations changed over the years as emperors replaced other emperors. An emperor is the same thing as king in China. Gals who was the first emperor of the Han Dynasty in two hundred BC? He formed the new capital of CIANCI along the way river. His first move was to replace smaller kings over the different regions with his own relatives, which he I thought was a good idea, but these relatives ended up being just as difficult, often trying to take over his role as emperor. With gals Zoos Emperor Confucianism, became the main philosophy in China, it started with a man named Confucius. Who wrote about how people should treat each other and behave? He wrote the people should be honest and trustworthy. They should be loyal to their leaders. Parents and parents should love their children and children should love their parents. A follower named Fu Shang had saved the books of Confucius and under Emperor Gal Zoo universities were established Oliver China to share his teachings. Before. Long thirty thousand students were studying Confucianism. For many years, the Chinese people worship their ancestors. The emperor worshipped his ancestors to and he and most families made ritual sacrifices to them and to other spirits. Taoism was another religion practice during the Han Dynasty, and during this time Buddhism was also introduced to China. For every civilization trade is an important way for people to get things they need. In one, thirty, eight BC, a man named John Chen was sent by the emperor to explore the West. On the way most of his party was captured, but junction continued on until reaching Afghanistan. There he discovered goods. The Chinese would find useful like horses and Golden Silver and could be traded for junction, hurried back to the emperor and told him about the trade route soon. Many Chinese were moving along this trade route, connecting the east and the West. Some of the main goods China traded to the countries in the West where t perfumes, precious stones and silk. For this reason, it became known as the Silk Road and was used for hundreds of years afterward for trade between the east and the West. The, people of the Han Dynasty were also known for their beautiful artwork. We know this. Because many of the tombs were decorated with paintings and pottery and carved stones for example, the Tomb of the Wu family had three thousand figures carved from silver bronze jade. The, Han Dynasty also known for its invention of paper. The Chinese people took items like bamboo rags, fish, nuts and tree bark impounded them down, and then mix them with water next they spread it out flat and let it dry. This new invention quickly spread the empire. Another important invention was writing during the Han Dynasty. Someone wrote the first Chinese Dictionary and historians began recording the history of the Chinese people. Which is why we know so much about them today. Like all great dynasties, gals, uis ended when someone more cunning and powerful took over. Wing became the next temper and broke with many of the old dynasties traditions and called his new dynasty. The first thing he did was took the farms for many of the wealthy families, and gave them back to the peasants, the poor people. This angered many of the smaller kings, and before long a new emperor lay shoe controlled the Han Dynasty. At this time, the dynasty was mostly controlled by young teenage boys who are power hungry and always trying to get the best of each other, which only lead to more trouble in the palace. Before long the next person wanting to be emperor raised an army, and conquered the palace, leading to the end of the Han Dynasty. But incredibly at four hundred years, this dynasty was the longest lasting of all dynasties in the history of China, and also set the standard for future dynasties which sought to emulate its success today. China's one of the largest countries and seeing much growth and has its history to thank for it..
"Welcome to bedtime history. Have you heard of a country called China one point four billion people in China more people than any other country in the world around nineteen percent of the world has Chinese, which means around one in five people. The Chinese have very interesting history which goes back thousands of years there civilizations were vast and powerful and the invented many useful things tonight. We're going to learn about the Han dynasty which ruled China for over four hundred, years. China located in the East which is across the Pacific Ocean, from the United States than below Russia and above India. Like many civilizations changed over the years as emperors replaced other emperors. An emperor is the same thing as king in China. Gals who was the first emperor of the Han Dynasty in two hundred BC? He formed the new capital of CIANCI along the way river. His first move was to replace smaller kings over the different regions with his own relatives, which he I thought was a good idea, but these relatives ended up being just as difficult, often trying to take over his role as emperor. With gals Zoos Emperor Confucianism, became the main philosophy in China, it started with a man named Confucius. Who wrote about how people should treat each other and behave? He wrote the people should be honest and trustworthy. They should be loyal to their leaders. Parents and parents should love their children and children should love their parents. A follower named Fu Shang had saved the books of Confucius and under Emperor Gal Zoo universities were established Oliver China to share his teachings. Before. Long thirty thousand students were studying Confucianism. For many years, the Chinese people worship their ancestors. The emperor worshipped his ancestors to and he and most families made ritual sacrifices to them and to other spirits. Taoism was another religion practice during the Han Dynasty, and during this time Buddhism was also introduced to China. For every civilization trade is an important way for people to get things they need. In one, thirty, eight BC, a man named John Chen was sent by the emperor to explore the West. On the way most of his party was captured, but junction continued on until reaching Afghanistan. There he discovered goods. The Chinese would find useful like horses and Golden Silver and could be traded for junction, hurried back to the emperor and told him about the trade route soon. Many Chinese were moving along this trade route, connecting the east and the West. Some of the main goods China traded to the countries in the West where t perfumes, precious stones and silk. For this reason, it became known as the Silk Road and was used for hundreds of years afterward for trade between the east and the West. The, people of the Han Dynasty were also known for their beautiful artwork. We know this. Because many of the tombs were decorated with paintings and pottery and carved stones for example, the Tomb of the Wu family had three thousand figures carved from silver bronze jade. The, Han Dynasty also known for its invention of paper. The Chinese people took items like bamboo rags, fish, nuts and tree bark impounded them down, and then mix them with water next they spread it out flat and let it dry. This new invention quickly spread the empire. Another important invention was writing during the Han Dynasty. Someone wrote the first Chinese Dictionary and historians began recording the history of the Chinese people. Which is why we know so much about them today. Like all great dynasties, gals, uis ended when someone more cunning and powerful took over. Wing became the next temper and broke with many of the old dynasties traditions and called his new dynasty. The first thing he did was took the farms for many of the wealthy families, and gave them back to the peasants, the poor people. This angered many of the smaller kings, and before long a new emperor lay shoe controlled the Han Dynasty. At this time, the dynasty was mostly controlled by young teenage boys who are power hungry and always trying to get the best of each other, which only lead to more trouble in the palace. Before long the next person wanting to be emperor raised an army, and conquered the palace, leading to the end of the Han Dynasty. But incredibly at four hundred years, this dynasty was the longest lasting of all dynasties in the history of China, and also set the standard for future dynasties which sought to emulate its success today. China's one of the largest countries and seeing much growth and has its history to thank for it.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Fan running on you in a room, your body. Is that paper towel? You're that wet paper towel accelerating evaporation off the top of your skin. Now this scenario again using desk fan you using a rotary fan. Yeah, so it's interesting to to dive into just briefly the history of the Rotary Fan and it seems that that the earliest example of this goes all the way back. To the Han Dynasty in China Han Dynasty. Engineer Dinghuan created a manually operated rotary fan with seven wheels around one eighty. And then later on during the Tang Dynasty of the eighth century, hydraulic power was apparently added to this innovation is a way of Basically for use in blast furnaces for industrial. Air Movement. So flowing water powered the spinning of a fan to circulate air into a blast furnace now, but in Ding wants original idea it would require. A little human power like somebody would have been turning a crank or or something in order to manually operate all of these rotary fans. So one's initial invention here was reported in the tax. Miscellaneous records of the Western capital and excavations from a former Han tomb, one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one seems to show the necessary parts to out a so the seven fans, so even ten feet or three meters in diameter were connected, so the one person could power them all. And this is of course, is another more elaborate means of just circulating air. which can can make the difference in a stuffy room right now it's not evaporative cooling though I've seen at least one wikileaks listing that says Dinghuan had an evaporative cooling system the cited sources. That I ran across and those wikileaks did not support it. They were just talking about what I'm talking about just air circulation. There's no evaporation beyond what's happening on your skin correct and I didn't see it mentioned in in inkster's the history of technology, which discusses this, but of course it's entirely within the realm of possibility that he combined a fan system. was something like the Egyptian. Reed mats scenario that we discussed earlier right having some sort of You know wet. Fabric in front of it, but I could not find direct reference to that myself. By the way Ding Juan. Allegedly invented something like Zola trope. According to Lance, day and Ian McNeil in biographical dictionary of the history of technology. It was quote Zoa Trope Lamp, which had a thin canopy bearing veins at the top, they were caused to rotate by an ascending current of warm air from the lamp. The canopy bore images, which, if the canopy were rotated fast enough gave the impression of movement. Wow, it's like A. It's like a fan for your is. It also shows that like this. The an individual who's clearly interested in. The combination of of Rotary Machinery and the movements of air. And also then just throughout Chinese ancient Chinese. Technology you also see some other interesting advancements in refrigeration, which maybe we'll.
The Trung Sisters of Vietnam
"Lamonica. Today's leaders were a formidable pair of Warrior Warrior Queens who ruled their homeland for three years after successfully revolting against their Chinese occupiers. Do they live nearly nearly two thousand years ago. They're considered a national symbol of Vietnam to this day. Let's talk about the truth. Sisters UH sisters true truck and true knee were born in a rural village. And what's now northern Vietnam sometime around the year. Twelve see. There's little historical record of their early lives or background but traditional Vietnamese Lor and some Chinese sources hold that they came from a military family at the time of their birth the Chinese Han Dynasty controlled. What's now Vietnam? Following a military victory a century earlier in one eleven not in order to administer the new territory. The Han set up nine commanders. Three of these commanders sat in what today is northern Vietnam Trunk. Sisters were born Vietnamese. Lor contends that their father was a prefect of the region then who raised his daughters from a young age to be highly educated and very well versed in the martial arts martial history fighting skills and strategy as his only airs. The sisters were online to share inheritance. If their family's holdings and titles and their father wanted them to have all the advantages that any sun would have from a young age. The sisters were also apparently exposed to the consistent cruelty of their Chinese rulers. The extent of that cruelty is unclear. Clear but what we know for sure is that there was significant unrest at the time in these newly acquired Han lands Chinese rule became increasingly strict act and the Chinese began imposing new laws on the region. The Han saw the people on the fringes of the empire as lacking sophistication compared to the cosmopolitan Chinese and wanted to bring them in line with the prevailing cultural standards trends. One can imagine how little these sentiments were appreciated by people living living there themselves at some point in her early life trump truck married the son of neighboring prefect. Soon after the marriage as Chinese rule became more unbearable trunk tracks husband took a stand against the Han and was executed though the execution was meant to ward ward off further rebellious actions. It had the opposite effect. The truth sisters took up the banner and begin fanning the flames of revolution their message message spread like wildfire in the year forty. The sisters took up arms and successfully kicked a small Chinese military unit out of their village though it was a seemingly. Small victory served as proof that the Chinese could be beaten so the sisters assembled a large army of mostly women fighters. There's according to Chinese historical accounts within months. The sisters army had captured approximately sixty five cities and liberated their your homeland from Chinese rule. There recorded by the Chinese as being incredible warriors. The sisters became Queen residents wants if they're recaptured homeland and for three years they ruled holding strong against the Han who consistently attempted to retake the region. After three years. The Chinese put put together. A large military force led by famous general to end the rebellion and re-conquer lost territory in forty three CE. The trunk sisters. There's were defeated in battle. The fate of the sisters is unknown. Some Vietnamese sources claimed that the sisters died in battle after their forces deserted them.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"In one eleven BC the trend to foreign invasion begins with the Chinese Han dynasty, invading conquered Vietnam in forty forty c. A Vietnamese rebellion overthrows the Chinese it's called the trunk sisters rebellion. It's where to trunk sisters actually takeover, Vietnam and are put in charge. Pretty cool women enjoyed far more autonomy in Vietnamese culture than they did in Chinese culture, and these women weren't putting up with a little bit of foreign impression. The trunk sisters were the daughters of military prefect rebelled after one of their husbands was executed by haunt soldiers. The trunk sisters rallied other Vietnamese villagers to rally behind them took over local haunt garrison. And then began taking over cities and towns hailers to FINA because it was run by women. The Chinese didn't initially take this billion very seriously. But then the rebellion raised on for roughly four years and got a lot of them killed. And then they said whatever is the Chinese equivalent was like fuck. The Han eventually defeated the rebellion. Forty three CE some say the sisters escaped but most say the Chinese cut their heads off and sent their heads back to Chinese palace in Beijing. I hope these gaped I'll continue to hope that I believe they probably got their heads lopped off the Chinese within going to rule Vietnam for five hundred years until five forty four c eight and five forty four CE the Chinese lose control of the region to another Vietnamese rebellion and the early Lee dynasty is founded or. Yeah. By a Li Dom day or nam day Lee nam day becomes the first emperor, Vietnam, but his kingdom doesn't last long. Once again, the Chinese take control over Vietnam and six Tuesday, this time the rule last over three hundred years and then a nine thirty eight CE go Gwyn leaves the Vietnamese forces against the Chinese in the battle of buck down. A Gwen is victorious in Vietnam is taken back once again from China go Gwen becomes the king of yet and nine thirty nine. See the go dynasty ends with din dynasty, beginning nine sixty eight CD again, the Chinese invade Vietnam.
"han dynasty" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly
"Hey, this is Greg from the Philly blunt in this episode. We sit with the infamous Han of Han. Dynasty historian, a fascinating one in which a bully twelve year old immigrant from Taiwan who eventually gets kicked out of Drexel goes on to own a chain of nine restaurants throughout Philly, the suburbs and New York City. He's notorious for throwing customers Alba's restaurants, and he happened to be friends with the Wu Tang method man actually shot one of his videos at Han dynasty Han. Had one amazing and bizarre journey please review subscribing Rados on itunes, Stitcher, play player wherever you listen to us only if you like, of course, and please follow us on social media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, all as the Philly blunt, tell your friends, and we hope you enjoy. L O, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Philly blunt. My name's Johnny good times. I'm reef yo this is Greg. All right. Well, we are back for another episode, and we are very excited about this. When we are going to sit down for a little while with the owner proprietor founder of Han dynasty that is Han Jong Han. Welcome to the program guys while ago, man. I had. I did. Okay. With the last name or by. Okay guy. Like, exactly. Moley. What so Han we're going to talk a lot about your career. And it kind of started unch non traditionally, you weren't somebody that came up and worked under a lot of different shafts or anything like that. You're somebody that just sort of all of a sudden one day said fucking I'm gonna open a restaurant. Tell us a little bit about s- tell us a little bit about how that happened. I mean, it's pretty much unheard of that a person with one year bussing experience opens their own restaurant. How did how did you have that sort of a that? You know, what I'm just going to go for it. It's kind of a long story has to be, you know, my whole life putting much what drove me to want to open restaurant, which is I always want to open some type of business because I started working for my parents when I was very young like seven years old, my mom, she's the entrepreneur and always, you know, walk for her for twenty years before it started my own business. And but they're very, you know. Educated skated, both my parents college grads, both will work to refugees. So at that time was very tough very few. You know? And they brought me here to the states. You know, wanting a better education for me. One thing I'm very good. At is this up getting kicked off school like pretty much? I got kicked out of school. I went to and occurring theme on the blunt. We have a lot of fun here that seemed to do big things. But the first they had to get kicked out of school for sure I think, you know, getting kicked out of school makes me work harder. You know, I know I'm already behind everybody else and people worked forty four forty hours a week. I gotta walk eighty you know, just to catch up. And so when did you all move here to the US, I moved here ninety two was when I was thirteen. Okay. And you were you were born and raised in Taiwan. Guess do you remember the first day? Do you? Remember that sort of you know, I mean, that's obviously a major major. Oh, my change. Oh, man. The couple of things, you know. Like embedded in my brain that, you know, my my mom picked this up. She's she was here's three months before we did set up everything she already bought a flower shop. So so we came here through investment visa, you know, we had open a business hire people pay taxes, and she picked us up me. My dad. And my sister she picked us up from JFK airport. And at the time, my mom, never drove a day here in life. No. She got here. Three months before we did. She her driver's license. She learned how to make flour management, and then, you know, picked us up on the airport and the first I'd like the first time, I saw snow is you know, that was February pretty excited, and we were driving through New York. I was just like oh, man. There's so many black guys here never seen black guys before that was very all over. Yeah. And and then I the time I'd lifting Lanc Lancaster. You know? Right near Lancaster county. And I'm like what where the fuck you. Brought me do. The next morning. I heard this noise like click, click, click click with this. I ran outside. I saw fucking horse horse. I've been inside the house. I'm like mom. You would never guess what? I just saw what I just saw horse and buddies, and then she's like those Amish people they're very weird stay awake. That was a huge culture shop. Right. I can't imagine there's anything comparable to the Amish in Taiwa. I mean, I thought mom America's number one. What the hell is this? Yeah. You're gonna see the statue of liberty. And yeah, do all these fun tourist things. And then you're out in the middle of a field somewhere play. It was like a time machine. So that eighteen hundred. So you end up in Lancaster is that where you guys are was there a big Taiwanese? No, no. I was the only reason kin school. Wow. Okay. I was very hard. I couldn't speak English basically spend, you know, my first year sitting the cafeteria by myself getting bully all the time. I was going to ask you about that. They were assholes. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, like people just say like go back to China chain. You know, right. Like big guys would just like bump into me down the hallway the big like karate noises. Like Bruce Lee makes you know show. We're fucking original. Yeah. Why did you guys subtle in Lancaster? Because at the time, my grandmom my aunt lived in Keno Prussia. And so we saw you know, the flower shop for sell in town called Parkersburg which is like right next to Langston. Yeah. So we'll my momma bone. A flower shop there are basically helper every day after school. Yeah. Business did. Well, not really I gave my mom a bunch of vices. She'd never listens to me. Yeah. I mean, just sounds like a bad ass woman team here by herself set everything up. Yeah. I mean, like I would say like everybody is afraid of me my my restaurant. You know, if you people don't want to screw up, and I'm afraid of my mom when she comes in. I I don't want to screw up. So she's like, I'm top of the food chain. You know, you guys were you you were in Lancaster. And then how do you end up in Philadelphia? When I first moved to Philly. I you know, I wouldn't Drexel I went to school here and trying to get kicked out with Drexel. So yeah. With that. Why did you get kicked out? Too. Busy partying, you know, smoking weed fail out or you kicked out. I got kicked out. Yeah. I got suspended the four times each time for six months in the fifth time. They just kicked me. Oh, yeah. Six months suspension. Yeah. And it was for getting in trouble or was it for bad grades. Or what everything, you know? Like, Ben analyzing campus at grades. You know, smoking pot on campus. You know? Yeah. Just like crazy shit. That was a lot of fun though. So at that point, you move back in with mom, and you're in your twenties. And you're you don't have a lot of direction. I guess you're still working at the flower shop. Yeah. Like other shitty jobs, you know, just fill very on -ccomplish of something, you know, like coming here so far so far. And my parents sacrifice everything and bring me here and have nothing to show for you know, I was living in home, and, you know, watching all my friends and my relatives getting out of college getting jobs Mary kids. I had nothing. I was living at home, no girlfriend. No, nothing. Yeah. You said there was one point. I've read recently was your cousins wedding that really flicked the switch for you. So I was the best man of my cousin that we grew up with. It's like my brother was we hang out, you know, every week. He's marrying this beautiful wife and his his parents as a company he's going Herod. Yeah. Just house colors, you know, he had everything and at the time that nothing so that really hit me and made me I mean, maybe realize the most important thing that, you know, before I was just binding on all the people, you know, I don't have a chance to prove myself. And that at that point. I knew that I'm the problem. I the one who's responsible for my, you know, my my shitty life pretty much. That's something that a lot of people don't take agency with they don't realize that a lot of their their sheet of self inflicted. It'd be easier to blame. Everyone else yourself is your own. Worst enemy. You yourself is stopping you from going places. You know, like fuck yourself. You know, you know. You know? And then I started working hers save up some money, and and I picked Chinese restaurant because I mean, I don't know anything else. I don't have a degree anything. You know? I I'm not an expert in anything. So I figured that getting a restaurant. It's almost like an work, very hard. I should be a Bill to support myself and my family, I don't really need the skill. You know, that's why I thought that time was the first restaurant was hundred eighteen extant. Okay. Not an easy place to make it work. I wouldn't think I mean, it's okay. I mean, it's Chester county. I grew up in Chester county on a familiar with that area. And really know what the hell is doing like, I only I had like three months busboy experience when I was working in Haley at a Chinese restaurant out there. Yeah. You start making. What was the what was the you? Remember the first day. But I thought it was total chaos. We open a mother's day eleven years ago. And you know, I I didn't know I was still in and my shift at the time. He he was a very well known chef. So he, you know, the war got out that he's opening, you know, in my restaurant, and we're like busy from day one. How did you pull out a well known chef for with because at the time sh- she used to work for my partner. Yeah. And so she took over the kitchen my partner, and I took over, you know, front of the house on house. Yeah. And in the beginning was a great relationship, but you know, with fell out like somewhere, you know, the partner or the sheriffs later both both. Now, do you read that to them or you let me goes everybody? You know? I mean, the time I didn't know doing, and, you know, they're they're they're doing what every Chinese restaurants. Do I which I don't wanna do that. You know, they always tell me all, you know, like, many, we don't have, you know, Americanized Chinese food. You must be fucking crazy. You don't say generous chicken. I'm like, I hate that dish. How are we going to sell it? Right. You know? So and I I'll be like cursing customers humorous way joking around. You can't talk to customers. I crazy. I'm like they're loving it. And everybody loves it. You know like you. Did you do a soft opening or you're just like so not mothers? Over the extent store and never had a grand opening. So it's eleven years of self doping. The opening. Yeah. We gotta use that for the podcast. Glenn opus software. Episode sixteen suffer like, so then you moved you. Go of all places to Royer spurred apparently extant wasn't enough of a challenge. You said let me go even harder. She succeed. Yeah. Yeah. And so the royals for one gets moving, and then you're like, I'm going for the big time. I'm going to the big city. What was what was the mindset? What was that the plan? Was there a plan all along or we just kind of like, well, I've got to now I guess I'll do a third one. I mean one question I get asked by lot of other rush on tours is wouldn't you know, you ready for a second or third. You know, like I I don't like again. I don't think about that kind of stuff. I I I made a work the first one then I'm like, oh, that's easy. And. Let me try the second one that's kinda easy. And it just become like a diction for me that, you know, I'm not in a business to make money not really like going out and never had money. And, but it's a sense of accomplishment in of you know, people now looking down on me that is my goal the pride of. Yeah. I own restaurant. And you know, before I was black. She was like, you know, got nowhere to go. And nobody will listen to me. But now like everybody listens to me as greatest failing. Yeah. It doesn't mean. I'm listening to you. A lot more than before. Do
"han dynasty" Discussed on Invention
"Of the gene Steelers, they have all the time they need. So I do feel like there is something primal and attractive in the mechanics of space. Hope that feeling of of you know, it's like it's like it's so grim dark. It's the most grid because it's like I am up against death. I'm up against this thing that is ever patient and ever lasting in his probably in the game mean, it's probably going to kill you. It's very dangerous game to play in part of the fun is not in did I win. But did I almost win? Now. If I understand the war hammer universe correctly. It would also be the implication that humans are not really good, right? No. The humans are awful. But they're the best choice compared to all of the other awful things in the universe. All right, which does feel kind of appropriately. Like like ancient that it could have mechanics like this could have found their their way and say Babylonian mindset while like that. All right. Let's take one more break when we come back. We're going to just roll through a few more examples of ancient board games and board games of note in close out. Hey, everybody. This is Chuck from the movie crush podcast, and I wanted to alert everyone to a very special episode. I was able to get Mr. Christopher Walken believe it or not into the studio to talk about the movie footloose. Here's a little taste of what you can expect. And then, you know, think you're talking about that great farmhouse dance sequence when he's by himself in the warehouse. It's one of the most absurd things I've ever seen. I mean, it's enjoyable as hell dancer, you know, Hofer at hot. But. Yeah, this kid and he's angry. He's very angry. He's been pushed I wrote down. I took notes wrote down whole towns against him. Uh-huh. And took notes for this did while because I wouldn't remember anything fear an ex watch that yesterday. And you can listen subscribe at apple podcasts or on the I heart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. All right. We're back. Now, one of the games that seemed kind of interesting to me is a game of if I understand correctly. It's basically of unknown mechanics known as Lou Bo, which is an ancient Chinese board game, right? The name means six sticks. It's the game of six sticks. Lugo sounds a lot better the roles of a lot lot easier. So the the rules of this game. Yeah. Are still uncertain, but we see figurines of men playing it from Han dynasty tombs. That would have been the area of two thousand two BC e to twenty see and it was likely invented in the first millennium BC, but the height of its popularity was definitely the Han dynasty. So there would have been two players. There was a board in sticks were thrown to determine the movement of pieces in one of the reasons we don't know a lot about his game this game died out because there was. As an invasive. There was another game. There was a competitor the game of go into the picture in the Joe dynasty around some more in the region of ten forty six through to fifty sixty c e and eventually just overtook Lugo to become the most important board game in Chinese culture. And it remains so to this day. Now, we didn't. We're talking about casting the sticks here. One thing we didn't even really get into this into it all in this was the long dice. You see these referenced in in some of the Hindu epics casting the long dice in battle. You know, what is that whether just type of dice that were long and more stick like, but they were used as a as a form of of generating a random figure now speaking of India, we do have to at least touch on chess really quickly again chess much later game than anything else we've discussed here. First millennium see came out of India. And it's still commands a global following today. And it's even though it's not as ancient as he's other games. It's still pretty old, and it's really impressive. That chess remains such a standard of strategic board games. You know like it is. I mean, it is kind of the gold standard. I mean, I think it's one of those games that doesn't really need much fluffed because its mechanics or so..
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Okay. So this this is where we're zoning in on in terms of this Jade, burial armor being created, right? There's obviously many dynasties afterward. So the Han dynasty is is is big money early on like this is this is again, a time of things coming together of unity. Certainly there are still lots of lingering problems as within a, you know, imperial scenario. But but it's a time where we're there's an there's enough enough riches out there. There's enough specialization that you can have something like a fancy funeral tradition. Take place now overall the Han dynasty, Ryan ran from two. Oh, two or two six until two twenty one see. So we're talking about a pretty long stretch here in at the end of this in two twenty one c that's when everything's splits into the three kingdoms, but we divided the Han dynasty up into the first the former or western Han dynasty and the and also the later or eastern Han dynasty. And that's because in the midst of this this long f- four centuries stretch, you have a rebellion take place. And so basically what happens is a Han dynasty official Wang making seizes power. And and in this. This is referred to as the Xin dynasty nine through twenty three eight d he does a pretty poor job in the Huns reclaimed power in twenty three AD after besieging the imperial palace. He dies in the process. So in other words, you have to four hundred years of Han rule, but there's this one little period where newspaper. Like a twenty year period or actually less than twenty years of this one guy ruling. Yeah. Just getting taken down. So again, this is an influential force injuries in Chinese history. Saw the institution of Confucian norms. The roots of the imperial examination system, the age of great economic technological cultural and social progress Hans still refers to the main Chinese ethnic group. And this is again, also the period that gives us these these amazing Jade burial suits. Okay. So we've teased enough. What's Jade burial suit? Because I think when I first heard about this. My thought was that it was like iron, man. And it was iron man made of Jade, and that's not correct. There's thousands of little pieces in these thing. Yeah. It's between two thousand and four thousand of these little Jade pieces all of its own together. And it's sewn together depending on your station, it might be gold silver or silk while so. Really, the the suit description is probably better. This is a a suit made for a corpse in. It's a suit made of maybe an mostly stone. And maybe gold and silver or silk as well. I can't imagine that a living person could wear one of these in and move. No. Yeah. It'd be incredibly heavy. Yeah. Only a supernatural, you know, dead being right in a Hollywood movie could do it. Now, we referred back to our episode on ghost burial earlier. And and I do want to touch on that real quick. Because one a couple of the ideas we discussed in. There are central to understanding why this much care was taken, you know, for a dead individual. So we discussed the importance of Shiite, I'll the f- fillet O P PD in Chinese tradition is rooted in Dallas to philosophy Confucian family values, and it concerns the undying nature of the human soul. You know, the data live on in the afterlife. And then they're also ties to this Chinese notion of of of structural completeness. Right. That you have this this basic unit of the family, and if everything if anything is out of out of place there it's gonna cause disharmony in your life and potentially in the afterlife. Yeah, we went into far greater detail on this in the ghost burial episode..
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Is tied directly to the western Han dynasty, and we're gonna I know a lot of you out there or not. To have a real firm handle on the dynastic Chinese history. Don't worry we're going to route all that weren't needs to be placed in the in the time line shortly. But these suits are, you know, we can call them Jade suits, can call them J armor in the in Mandarin. There's sometimes referred to as you Shah, which are Jade caskets or sometimes you Ye which are Jade garments. And it is essentially a a stone garment if you think on that because because Jade is a stone. And that's probably a great place to start. Really? Let's just discuss what Jade is before we pile on its supernatural connotations and then get into Chinese history. Okay. All right. So Jade is essentially on ornamental green rock, everyone has probably seen something that is either made of Jade or is supposed to be made of Jade, but then what does that even mean? Yeah, I'm thinking of like in the local mall that we have here. There's like a couple like places where you can buy sort of like Chinese themed aesthetic decorations for the home. And usually there's like a piece of Jade in it somewhere, or it might be made of some kind of fake Jade, there's those. I forget what they're called. But they're like red ribbons or a threads. And they've got a piece of Jade woven into them. Oh, yeah. You often see little little rings of j. Yeah. Sometimes sometimes worn by by children in China's still were incorporated into has some sort of direct decoration or or personal adornment. And the the interesting thing here, though, is that whatever you're calling Jade Jade is the name given to two distinct minerals. Neff right and jadeite and in their purest form, either of these is white in Chinese it's referred to as mutton fat Jade, and you'll also have minerals such as iron and chromium that give Jade, it's mini Hughes. So there's not just one color of Jade, it's not like criolla. This is Jade as it up to your stone. And see if it matches between white and like, very green. Yeah. Very an darker greens. Yeah. So let's talk about these two varieties real quick. The the NEF right is sometimes refer to his true Jade, it's very strong. It has more vivid green coloration, and this is the stuff that the Chinese worked with during the Han dynasty, which is what we're going to be talking about today because jadeite wasn't introduced to China until the late sixteen hundreds via Burma. So when we're talking about these pieces of Jade armor, they're made using Neff, right? Not jadeite. Now jadeite on the other hand is more fragile, and it has a brilliant. Gleaming surface when polished now Jd is usually found inside pebbles or boulders where like the rough Stony exterior doesn't really give a clue as to what's in their Jade itself. It can't be chipped or flaked. So it has to be worn down using a rough paste and a combination of rotary discs grinders and tools and during the Han dynasty. This was probably made this paste.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"Well, I was born into the White House as a kind of a Bill ride, Colby that utility infield food dip a national security and. You know, you know those once you get inside the sheen and you have the clearances and. You see things a little bit differently. So my eyes open to the threats that are out there and my last book feedings, you have focused on ISIS and kinda, and I want to do the big Joan everything all the fancy face, the nation, China, Russia, Iran, you name it. Global jihad is talking about the president, but it is to them in the middle of that to include some stories, a great American heroes through the years. Some who we forgotten such as Whittaker chambers during the Cold War and some great names like chested puller legend from the Marine Corps to re-instill enough, not belief in a country being the greatest on God's. Now, the full title is why we fight defeating America's enemies with no apologies who is the single biggest enemy for America right now that we need to be concerned about. Well, if you look at the last two years, it's clear. The president has a plan and he's dealing with. North Korea, we may see peace, breakout imminently Iran is being put back in its box. Thanks to the crushing defeat of ending the JC Iran deal, even Russia being managed. But the biggest threat, the only strategic level threat we face is China. China has an avowed plan to displace America by the hundredth anniversary of the Chinese communist revolution twenty forty nine, and it's called one belt one road. Even you can go line and read it, and they every means possible. Just minute Terry, diplomatic economic trade related this knowledge to undermine America. The good news is donkey Trump forty. Fifth commander in chief gets it and he's taking action. Now you're speaking to an audience doctor of a whole lot of very sophisticated investors mostly US based, but also all over the world and they're seeing what's happening with China. Anna, with some degree trepidation right for because from purely economic and finance standpoint, eights. It's disruptive this president disruptive on a whole bunch of things, but disruption can unsettle the markets can make folks feel a little on edge. What should what should people that are concerned about Trump's approach to China? No, you're strategist in the White House. How is he playing this game and how do you think it ends when it comes to China. The most important message to listeners is that this is about the long game. If all you care about the show held reports next quarterly meeting, then you'll quite happy, precipitating, the rise of China, but when you realize what sign it does to American businesses, not just in terms of stealing intellectual property, but in terms of full IP acquisition, if you want to do business in China, then you realize that right now the way things going, China will eat, you'll launch sooner or later whoever you are, doesn't matter whether you'll Google apple, they will take your profits away from you. What we're talking about with Donald Trump is redressing the international trade relations. If you wanna do business with China. That's okay. But it's going to be fair and it's going to be transparent. That's all we are talking about. The last thing to reassure them is that China. Need a Medica much much more than we need them. Now, if Trump is successful with China, could you foresee a situation where it's actually leads to even greater prosperity? Certainly on our side of things, which is most importantly, but you think it could be better for China in the long run to actually stop these predatory behaviors and its business practices, China, if you, if you follow the eve Lucien teacher culture of Chinese nation since the Han dynasty Cova you understand is not just another country that is in Belgian Luxembourg's isn't even Germany. This is a country whose elite and culturally a large proportion of the population. See the rest of the world as sub. Cultural is not as developed and they wished to dominate, and they wish to have a relationship with you as either a satellite interest like. North Korea or tributary states win going to change that millennia. Old attitude. We just have to have them when they doing business with us behave properly, so that can be to the mutual benefit of both parties. But right now we have to stop the predatory behavior. You're very close with the president..
"han dynasty" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Like export east coast classics like han dynasty and russ and daughters and and when folks you know out in that elevator l area who've who've may be never had the benefit of of russell dar's locks get a taste of that i want that experience here on the east coast i want some of that cross i want something from the left coast out here to where it's to where it's right and yet kind of importing to my neck of the woods that we can you know have a proper co coastal sharing you know what i'm talking about one hundred percent and we will continue to do that i mean that's really part of what we wanna do is offer up experiences that people can't have you know the idea is that you know even with l a with the local stuff right we are there restaurants that were bringing to the festival that you don't see at festivals lot in that you you know the people hopefully again it all goes back to discovery but you know it's not just about coming in you know experiencing you know eating at a restaurant that you've been to lunch that you knows in west hall he would or and you know the laurie side you know we have a great place called loon asia which is a san gabriel valley chinese restaurant that does a great dem som they'll be there and there's a there's a famous bakery called portos which is a cuban run bakery out of burbank that is an incredible place that maybe we can help people on the west side discover that they haven't of la so always our focus is to bring new exciting you know exclusive experiences to these things and get people fired up and feed them you know locks and pastrami and and.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Boll and well i think this is the case rican realized that someone can be great and terrible that's that's the kind of the thing that emperors do right and of course he would be a pivotal figure here he will begin a line of rulers that we continue until 1912 a c now that being said his particular dynasty would be very short lived because in the first of many peasant uprisings to echo through chinese history liu bond rose up in concord china defined the han dynasty and 206 b c only fifteen years later after his death and and this would last for some four hundred years this was the in the handynasty that would be tremendously important it's y you call the the the major ethnic group in china the han people okay so ching she want was incredibly powerful in his time but this very short rule right it's almost as if you looking at it from historical perspective he whitley like rock kitted in history and just made a beeline for his death basically and we do have to stress to it's like he was not a thirteen year old warlord per se uh he was he he arrived upon the throne thanks to the the military prowess of his family of his father and grandfather in particular right now i i said that about the view of history moving toward is death not because all he did was di he did a lot but because the main thing that we can now see the remains of him is this massive monument to his dead body that's right now of course it wasn't the only thing he accomplished a in his life here are just a few the key points when i can do a complete biography of the man but in two fourteen be c he indentured thousands some three hundred thousand men i believe uh a laborers to link existing city walls into the one great wall on top of that he oversaw vast public works projects such as the stone cattle road that bridge to central trade cities.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Unfulfilled hitting his early 70s he defected zero change in the government and the three clans still ward over eastern china it seemed endless the warring states period where seven different powers fahd over china began in four eighty one b c and would last for over a century and to make things worse confucius became ill in four seventy nine b c confucius died at the age of seventy three he died feeling unfulfilled though he lived a good life confucius thought he had failed on his great mission he hadn't changed to china's leadership yet hm we hadn't changed china's leadership yet after his death confucius's teachings lived on through his students they lived out his ideals and passed around recordings of his teachings which became the an lacks they did this for centuries biding their time and after three hundred years the handynasty reunited china the first emperor of the han dynasty emperor gazu rose to power from humble origins as a peasant and what better way to legitimise his rebellion against the elites then by confucianism which taught that the most moral man should lead that's right confucianism legitimised the han dynasty and became its official policy emperor gazu would rule by virtue and it paid off under the han dynasty china returned to stability it hadn't seen in centuries it became the largest empire in china to that date the silk road was founded oba getting up a flourishing trade throughout europe and china pottery and paper were invented and spread along the silk road many call the handynasty period the golden age of china we can't say it was entirely due to confucius look we can't say it wasn't well we can't say that but confucius can confucius said it is men that make the way great it is not the way that makes men great he heralded humanities power over philosophy he was the teacher but it was the people of the han dynasty who made confucianism great though in that era's history book records of the grand historian by sima chin confucius was heralded as an exemplary thinker this is when confucius first became a historical figure from the han dynasty onwards he was taught in schools education is central to confucianism and so everyone became educated especially those in civil service the exact people confucius tried to edge.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"To to echo through chinese history lou bang rose up in concord china to found finally the han dynasty into oh six bc missus only fifteen years later okay so this this is where resulting in on in terms of this jade burial armor being created right but i irs obviously many dynasties afterward so yeah the honda honesty is is is big money early on like this is a this is a a began a time of things coming together of unity certainly there are still lots of lingering problems as within a imperial scenario but but it's it's a time where were there's an there's enough there enough riches out there there's enough specialization that uh you can have something like a fancy funeral tradition take place now over all the honda honesty ryan ran from two to or two six dc until two twenty one see so you were talking about a pretty long stretch here in that at the end of this and to twenty one see that's when everything splits into the three kingdoms but we divide the honda honesty up into the first the former or western honda honesty in the and also the later or eastern han dynasty and that's because in the midst of this uh this long enough for centuries stretch you have a rebellion take place and us and basically what happens is a hand dynasty official wang mining seizes power and and and this is referred to as the shin dynasty nine through twenty three eighty he does a pretty poor job in the hands reclaim power in twenty three eighty after besieged in the imperial palace he dies in the process so in other words.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"And in their purest form either of these white in a in chinese it's referred to his mutton fat jade and you also have mineral such as iron and chromium the give jaded mini hugh so there's not just one color j does not like a trail la this is jade it up to your stone and see if it matches like a game between white in like very green very than a darker greens yeah so let's talk about these two varieties real quick the the net right is sometimes referred to his true jade it's very strong as a more vivid green coloration and this is the stuff that the chinese worked with during the han dynasty which is what we're going to be talking about today because jade i wasn't introduced to china until the late sixteen hundreds via burma so when we're talking about these pieces of jade armor they're made using net fright not jit i now j died on the other hand is more fragile and it has a brilliant gleaming surface when polished now jade is usually found inside pebbles or boulders where like the rough stony exterior doesn't really give a clue as to what's in their jade itself it can't be chipped or flaked so it has to be worn down using a rough paste and a combination of rotary discs grinders and tools during the han dynasty this was probably made this paste was made with water greece in sand and than iron tools had been developed specifically for the arts and craft of working with jade to develop and work it further into various forms.
"han dynasty" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"I think that this would be a cool mummy like this mummy in this giant suit of jade armor come and a half that would be so much fun yet because you look at the images of this and there should be an image of one of these suits of jade burial armor on on on the landing paid for this episode acceptable your mind dot com yet it looks kind of like the the villain in that first door movie in her hair at big sued of animal armor that destroyer yea iliana like the destroyer it's it's beautiful and indeed i could see a an eastern mummy franchise really having some fun with this yeah that being said i did not see the eastern mommy intri they the third or fourth mummy film came out did they do something like that i did i didn't know what i have not seen it i can't speak for the mummy design air however i know there's a scene where yet he's attacked so i while you really wanna watch it for that i had no idea that even existed this is like from the nineteen nineties mummy franchise with a scorpion king and all that yeah this one is was post scorpion king okay and that's about all i know about while okay well maybe we'll talk about that one on trailer talk when we do a facebook live about these episodes this week so in this episode we're going we're going to be exploring a practice that that is tied directly to the western han dynasty and we're going to know a lot of you out there are not going to have a real from handle on the dynamics stick chinese history don't worry we're going to root all that were needs to to be placed in the in the time line shortly.