Yang Jiang

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Jiang Yang
Birthplace Beijing, Qing Dynasty

Yang Jiang:

See Qian ZhongshuQian Zhongshu
or Ch'ien Chung-shu,
1910–98, Chinese writer and scholar, grad. Tsinghua Univ., Beijing (1933). After attending Oxford and the Sorbonne, he returned (1939) to China and taught at several institutions of higher education including his alma mater and
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Zi Yang Jiang, a head and neck surgeon at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, said he sees one or two cases arising from repressed sneezes each year, making them an "exceedingly rare" occurrence.
China's Literary Cosmopolitans: Qian Zhongshu, Yang Jiang, and the World of Letters
A December 2010 workshop at the University of British Columbia marked the centennial birthdays of Chinese writers Qian Zhongshu (1910-98) and Yang Jiang (1911-).
Zheng Guogu contributed new thangka and chakra paintings on canvas, while his Yang jiang Group installed an alcove in which to sip tea, inhale incense, and otherwise remain out of sight--a far cry from its infamous gambling and philandering performance events, but perhaps a more mature gesture.
"We came down a bit late, so we only had an hour to do it, but it's been a lush day out." Sticking to more traditional methods was Yang Jiang and her husband, Wei Lu, and children Leo, seven, and Emile, three.
Camera (color), Lu Sheng; editor, Zhou Xinxia; music, Zhou Yunshan; art director, Lou Lan; sound (Dolby Digital), Yang Jiang, Li Wen; assistant director, Zhao Wenqing.
There are quite a few errors, such as (to give just some of the less excusable ones), among names of authors and works, the characters for Gong in Gongsun Longzi, yu in Guo Shaoyu, Liu in Liu Zongyuan, de in Ye Mengde and Zhang in Zhang Xuecheng (both also wrong in the index), Ou in Oubei of Zhao Yi's works, lang in Niulang (Herd Boy), Yan in Yan Ruoju, and last but not least, Zhong in the author's own name (under Kong Qingmao), and cheng for his famous novel Wei cheng (under Yang Jiang).
Like the watercolor by the contemporary Chinese painter Qi Baishi featured on the cover of Yang Jiang's Memoires decousus, her finely tuned collection of colorful vignettes is also a composite of detailed as well as swabbed depictions.
Camera (color), Liu Jiang, Xu Jun; editor, A Yi; art director, Han Xiao; costume designer, Jian Hongwang; sound, Yang Jiang. Reviewed at Locarno Film Festival (competing), Aug.