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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Historical Inscribed Board Placed in the “Tik-Tsu Hall” (德聚堂) at Tainan|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of History
It is said that the “Han-Tsao-Sheng-Hau” (翰藻生華)(meaning: striking literary grace in Chinese) inscribed board placed in Chen's ancestral shrine named “Tik-Tsu Hall” (德聚堂) at Tainan was made in the late Kangxi period of the Qing dynasty. We found out that some inconsistencies in the content of this inscribed board which should be examined carefully. Based on a critical analysis of historical materials such as genealogy books, biographies, local records, old inscriptions and other inscribed boards, it is revealed that this inscribed board had been given to Chen Kun (陳焜), who was the ancestor of the clan of Chen and the owner of “Tik-Tsu Hall,” at the time when he got the status of official student probably around the time from 1710 to 1713. This inscribed board was conferred by Chen Bin (陳璸) who was the inspector-general and education director of Taiwan at that time. We prove textually that the inconsistencies in the text were stemmed from the historical misunderstanding of the mender as well as the misidentification of historical records by the writer. Meanwhile, we suggest that those mistakes already existed at the latest in the late Japanese colonial period.
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