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|Other Titles:||“Qian Jia Derivative Sect, Zhang Huang Lineage”──Commentary on the Characteristics of The Modern Notes about the Analects of Confucius by Mr.Shi Chan, Professor Pan, Chong-gui|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Mr. Shi Chan, Professor Pan, Chong-gui (1908-2003) is the great master recognized by Taiwanese Academics in the first generation after the KMT country moved to Taiwan (1949). He was taught and disciplined by Zhang, Bing-lin (Tai Yan, 1869-1936), Huang, Kan (Ji Gang, 1886 -1935) in his youth. He deeply studied in the learnings of Chinese characters, linguistics, semantics, Classics, philosophy, poetry, etc. Besides he has excellently researched about The Dream of Red Chambers, especially he was the most famous international scholar in Dunhuang Xue. The study of the many dimentions for a long time, he owned the plentiful and prosperous wisdom and he became the modest gentleman in public area. Since 1951, he was invited to lecture about the Four Books in National Taiwan Normal University. Then he wrote The Modern Notes about the Analects of Confucius and published in his late life. The characteristics of the book are smooth, vernacular and streamlining, he commented one by one sentence an delucidated the essential meaning of the Analects of Confucius. His notes have three fundamental features, the first is easy to be understanded with discernment examination, the second detailed citation, the third clear and concise interpretation. In fact, the book can become the first entry and best study of the Analects of Confucius.
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