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Fighting Cambodia: Reports of the Chinese Journalists by Chinese Journalists Delegation to Cambodia

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And is it not likely that his experience of the corruption and ineptness of the early nineteenth-century Qing state was an equally decisive influence? Even if we grant that Gong Zizhen’s Changzhou affiliation is unquestionable, what Gong proposed in the way of reforms was not all that radical, he himself writing (1839): I would scarcely dare boast I am an expert doctor for curing the nation; 何敢自矜一國手; I only sell old medicines to fill the prescriptions I make. 48 藥方只販古時丹。 We will have more to say about Gong’s reform program in Chapter Three of this book, but compared to the proposals (1862) of Zheng Zhen’s in-law and student, Li Shuchang 黎庶昌 (1837-1897), it seems rather tame, and one may well doubt what impact it had on the concrete proposals for change advanced by later Qing reformers.

For a survey of the scholarship in Chinese about him, see Zhang Yanjin, 20 shiji Zhongguo wenxue yanjiu, 13542. There is a brief biography of Wei Yuan in ECCP, 850-2. , Wei Yuan shiwen xuan, as well as the collected literary works found in Guweitang ji and Guweitang shiji, in QDSWJ, vol. 585. A few of Wei’s poems in English translation are found in Lo and Schultz, Waiting for the Unicorn, 265-9. Chen Yan seems to have preferred Wei Yuan to Gong Zizhen, considering Wei to be a member of the Song School but selecting only two of his poems in Chen Yan, Jindai shichao, vol.

There is a brief biography of Wei Yuan in ECCP, 850-2. , Wei Yuan shiwen xuan, as well as the collected literary works found in Guweitang ji and Guweitang shiji, in QDSWJ, vol. 585. A few of Wei’s poems in English translation are found in Lo and Schultz, Waiting for the Unicorn, 265-9. Chen Yan seems to have preferred Wei Yuan to Gong Zizhen, considering Wei to be a member of the Song School but selecting only two of his poems in Chen Yan, Jindai shichao, vol. 1, 188-9. Qian Esun had a much higher opinion of Wei’s poetry, which is prominent in his two anthologies, QSJS, 10252-10320 and JDSC, 49-76.

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