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China in Legend and Story als Taschenbuch von
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China in Legend and Story:

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The Legend of China
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Schon die chinesischen Kaiser wussten ihre Schätze zu mehren und zu hüten. Eine Schatzkammer in der Verbotenen Stadt, einem der 9.999 Räume in diesem architektonischen Wunderwerk also, soll durch Sie nun wieder die errungenen Kostbarkeiten aufnehmen und dort sollen sie bewacht werden. Begeben Sie sich in das Reich der Mitte und wandeln Sie auf der Großen Mauer durch die Level dieses außergewöhnlichen Zeitvertreibs. Zeigen Sie der Terracottaarmee wie man Gold, Silber und Seide erbeutet und die Macht des Kaisers vergrößert. Je höher der Level, umso schwerer werden die zu lösenden Aufgaben. Doch jede Lösung füllt die Schatzkammer noch etwas mehr mit immer pracht- und wertvolleren Wertstücken. Durch das Verschieben von Gegenständen bilden Sie mindestens Dreierreihen, deren Auflösen Ihnen Punkte einbringt. Punkte bedeuten Schätze und je mehr Schätze, desto mehr Hilfsmittel zur Lösung der Aufgaben erhalten Sie.Der ungeübte Spieler wird sich in diesem Spiel sehr schnell zurechtfinden.

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Myths and Legends of China als Taschenbuch von
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Myths and Legends of China:

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Legends of Ancient China als Taschenbuch von
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Legends of Ancient China:

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Myths and Legends of China
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E.T.C. Werner was a prominent English diplomat in China during the Qing dynasty.Werner wrote many books on Chinese history with his most famous being Myths and Legends of China which was published in 1922.A table of contents is included.

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Myths & Legends of China
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From the preface: The chief literary sources of Chinese myths are the Li tai shên hsien tung chien, in thirty-two volumes, the Shên hsien lieh chuan, in eight volumes, the Fêng shên yen i, in eight volumes, and the Sou shên chi, in ten volumes. In writing the following pages I have translated or paraphrased largely from these works. I have also consulted and at times quoted from the excellent volumes on Chinese Superstitions by Père Henri Doré, comprised in the valuable series Variétés Sinologiques, published by the Catholic Mission Press at Shanghai. The native works contained in the Ss? Ku Chüan Shu, one of the few public libraries in Peking, have proved useful for purposes of reference. My heartiest thanks are due to my good friend Mr Mu Hsüeh-hsün, a scholar of wide learning and generous disposition, for having kindly allowed me to use his very large and useful library of Chinese books. The late Dr G.E. Morrison also, until he sold it to a Japanese baron, was good enough to let me consult his extensive collection of foreign works relating to China whenever I wished, but owing to the fact that so very little work has been done in Chinese mythology by Western writers I found it better in dealing with this subject to go direct to the original Chinese texts. I am indebted to Professor H.A. Giles, and to his publishers, Messrs Kelly and Walsh, Shanghai, for permission to reprint from Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio the fox legends given in Chapter XV. This is, so far as I know, the only monograph on Chinese mythology in any non-Chinese language. Nor do the native works include any scientific analysis or philosophical treatment of their myths.

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Myths and Legends of China With Illustrations
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In spite of much research and conjecture, the origin of the Chinese people remains undetermined. We do not know who they were nor whence they came. Such evidence as there is points to their immigration from elsewhere; the Chinese themselves have a tradition of a Western origin. The first picture we have of their actual history shows us, not a people behaving as if long settled in a land which was their home and that of their forefathers, but an alien race fighting with wild beasts, clearing dense forests, and driving back the aboriginal inhabitants. Setting aside several theories (including the one that the Chinese are autochthonous and their civilization indigenous) now regarded by the best authorities as untenable, the researches of sinologists seem to indicate an origin (1) in early Akkadia; or (2) in Khotan, the Tarim valley (generally what is now known as Eastern Turkestan), or the Kun-lun Mountains (concerning which more presently). The second hypothesis may relate only to a sojourn of longer or shorter duration on the way from Akkadia to the ultimate settlement in China, especially since the Khotan civilization has been shown to have been imported from the Punjab in the third century B.C. The fact that serious mistakes have been made regarding the identifications of early Chinese rulers with Babylonian kings, and of the Chinese po-hsing (Cantonese bak-sing) people with the Bak Sing or Bak tribes, does not exclude the possibility of an Akkadian origin. But in either case the immigration into China was probably gradual, and may have taken the route from Western or Central Asia direct to the banks of the Yellow River, or may possibly have followed that to the south-east through Burma and then to the north-east through what is now China-the settlement of the latter country having thus spread from south-west to north-east, or in a north-easterly direction along the Yangtz? River, and so north, instead of, as is generally supposed, from north to south.

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The Legend of China Gold
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The Legend of China: Gold (PC)
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PC-Denkspiel / Plattform: PC / Publishers: Magnussoft, Koch Media / Entwickler: Magnussoft / USK-Freigabe: 0 Jahre / PEGI-Freigabe: 3 Jahre / Spielmodus: Singleplayer / Einzelspielermodus: Story-Modus / Mehrspielermodus: kein Mehrspielermodus / Spielerzahl max.: 1 Spieler / Spielerzahl max. (offline): 1 Spieler / Zielgruppen: für Mädchen, für Jungen / Spielsteuerung: Maus / Speichermedium: CD-ROM / Systemvoraussetzung Arbeitsspeicher: 64 MB / Systemvoraussetzung Festplattenspeicher: 1.000 MB / Systemvoraussetzungen Betriebssystem: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP / Sonderedition / Ausführung: Gold Edition

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The Legend of China: Gold (PC)
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PC-Denkspiel / Plattform: PC / Publishers: Magnussoft, Koch Media / Entwickler: Magnussoft / USK-Freigabe: 0 Jahre / PEGI-Freigabe: 3 Jahre / Spielmodus: Singleplayer / Einzelspielermodus: Story-Modus / Mehrspielermodus: kein Mehrspielermodus / Spielerzahl max.: 1 Spieler / Spielerzahl max. (offline): 1 Spieler / Zielgruppen: für Mädchen, für Jungen / Spielsteuerung: Maus / Speichermedium: CD-ROM / Systemvoraussetzung Arbeitsspeicher: 64 MB / Systemvoraussetzung Festplattenspeicher: 1.000 MB / Systemvoraussetzungen Betriebssystem: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP / Sonderedition / Ausführung: Gold Edition

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Stand: 23.05.2018
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