Zuwang Quan – People From Ningbo

Zuwang Quan(Chinese:全祖望)(1705-1755),alias Xie Shan, from Shagang village, Dongqiao township, Yin county (now Ningbo Yinzhou District), Ningbo City, Zhejiang province, China(Chinese: 鄞县洞桥乡沙港口村). A famous historian and writer in the Qing Dynasty, an important representative of Zhedong school.

He was Gong Sheng in Yong Zheng seven years (1729), Jinshi in Qianlong first year (1736)(Chinese: 雍正七年(1729年)贡生,乾隆元年(1736年)进士), however, he was not rich and often got sick.

He published a lot of books, in total he left the world about 35 books, more than 400 volumes. Some of them were published after the age of 40: 100 volumes of the Song Yuan study cases(Chinese:《宋元学案》100卷) ,40 volumes of Commentary on the Waterways Classic Proofread by Quan(Chinese: 《全校水经注》40卷). He wrote some poems, essays, academy articles, for example: The “Mei Hua Ling”.

quanzuwang book
quanzuwang book

quanzuwang book
quanzuwang book
old house of quan zu wang
old house of quan zu wang
quan zu wang old house
quan zu wang old house
quan zuwang old house
quan zuwang old house
quanzuwang old house
quanzuwang old house

quanzuwang book and old house
quanzuwang book and old house

Word:
进士 [jìn shì]

[a successful candidate in the highest imperial examinations]

贡生 [gòng shēng]

[senior licentiate in feudal China]