Lushan

Lushan

 

a mountain-climatic health resort in China, in the province of Chiang Hsi, located 25 km south of Chiuchiang (a port on the Yangtze River). The climate is mountain-temperate, with a very warm summer (average July temperature, 25.8°C) and a very mild winter (average January temperature, 7.3°C). Annual precipitation totals 1,050 mm. The principal therapeutic remedies are helioaerotherapy and climatotherapy. Patients suffering from respiratory ailments, functional disorders of the nervous system, anemia, and exhaustion are treated at the resort. Lushan has sanatoriums, including some for those suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, and houses of rest.

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Nevertheless, erudite scholarship is evident in all nine tightly packed thematic chapters that take the An Lushan rebellion as the pivotal point dividing the Tang dynasty into two halves--before and after the rebellion (geography of empire, foundation to rebellion, warlords and monopolists, urban life, rural society, outer world, kinship, religion, and writing).
According to Shavkunov, after the collapse of An Lushan's rebellion in China in 763, the number of Sogdians living in Bohai increased, because An Lushan himself was an ethnic Sogdian, while his army was composed of people from many ethnic groups.
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The Chinese translation of this lecture was the revised version that Xu Zhimo completed at Mount Lushan on July 26 and published later, not what Xu spoke out during the on-the-spot interpretation which might be even worse.
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