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Jingyan County Jingyan County is a county of Sichuan Province, China. It is under the administration of Leshan city.
Empress Liu (Chen dynasty) Empress Liu (534–616), personal name Liu Jingyan (柳敬言), was an empress of the Chinese dynasty Chen Dynasty. Her husband was Emperor Xuan (Chen Xu).
Pao Ching-yen Pao Ching-yen (zh:鮑敬言) (also transliterated as Bao Jingyan) was a Chinese Taoist libertarian philosopher who lived 405-466 AD.
Baopuzi Some of the Outer Chapters are thematically organized. Ge Hong wrote chapters 46, 47, and 48 to dispute three adversaries. Guo Tai 郭太 (128-169) founded of the "Qingtan" "pure conversation" school; Ni Heng 禰衡 (173-198) was an infamously arrogant official of Cao Cao; and Bao Jingyan 鮑敬言 (ca. 405-ca. 466) was an early anarchist philosopher.
Wangcun, Sichuan Wangcun () is a town in Jingyan County in southern Sichuan province, China, located east-southeast of downtown Leshan and southwest of the county seat and served by China National Highway 213. , it has one residential community (社区) and 12 villages under its administration.
Chen Qingping His main disciple He Zhaoyuan passed on this art which later developed into He family Taijiquan. Another disciple, Li Jingyan, created the Hulei style Taijiquan by combining his art with other martial arts popular in the local area where he lived.
Emperor Wu of Northern Zhou In spring 562, to foster a peaceful relationship with Chen, Northern Zhou returned the brother of Emperor Wen of Chen, Chen Xu, as well as Chen Xu's wife Liu Jingyan and son Chen Shubao, to Chen. In exchange, Chen gave the city of Lushan (魯山, in modern Wuhan, Hubei) to Northern Zhou.
Chen Shubao Chen Shubao was born in 553, when his father Chen Xu was serving as a mid-level official under Emperor Yuan of Liang at Emperor Yuan's capital Jiangling. His mother was Chen Xu's second wife Liu Jingyan, and he was Chen Xu's oldest son.
Woon Swee Oan Woon Swee Oan (born Woon Liang Giok in 1954), also known as Wen Rui'an, is a Hong Kong-based Malaysian Chinese poet and writer of wuxia novels. Some of his best known works include "Jingyan Yi Qiang", "Buyi Shenxiang", and "Si Da Ming Bu", which have been adapted into television series "The Four" and "Face to Fate", and the film "The Four", among others.
Empress Liu (Chen dynasty) Liu Jingyan was born in 534, when her father Liu Yan (柳偃) was a Liang Dynasty official. His wife was the Princess Changcheng, a daughter of Emperor Wu of Liang. (The traditional histories imply that she was the princess' daughter, but did not clearly state so.) Liu Yan came from a lineage of officials, as his grandfather Liu Shilong (柳世隆) was a key general under Emperor Gao of Southern Qi and Emperor Wu of Southern Qi, and his father Liu Yun (柳惲) was a Liang official. When Liu Yan died while being governor of Poyang Commandery (鄱陽, roughly modern Shangrao, Jiangxi), Liu Jingyan was eight, and as she had no older brothers (she had one younger brother, Liu Pan (柳盼)), she was said to have managed the affairs of the household as well as an adult could. After the rebel general Hou Jing attacked the capital Jiankang in 548 and captured it in 549, Liu Jingyan and Liu Pan went to Jiangling to rely on the Princess Changcheng's brother Xiao Yi the Prince of Xiangdong. On account of the princess, Xiao Yi treated them with kindness.