RareBooks in National Palace Museum, Song dynasty part2
Welcome to the National Palace Museum's collection of rare books from the Song dynasty! These texts were written by some of China's most influential scholars, and they provide us with a unique insight into Chinese culture during this period. You will find Literary Collection of Liu Ping-k'o, which was compiled into 40 chuan (chapters) in "Hsin T'ang shu i-wen chih" (New Arts Section of the Tang History). You will also find Literary Collection of Nan-hsüan, written by the famous Neo-Confucianist Zhang Chi. These texts are an important part of Chinese history and culture, and we hope you enjoy exploring them!
1. Literary Collection of Liu Ping-k'o
The text is a compilation of Liu Yuxi's poems and prose writings. The text was originally compiled into 40 chuan (chapters) in "Hsin T'ang shu i-wen chih" (New Arts Section of the Tang History). In the early Sung (960-1279),
2. Literary Collection of Nan-hsüan
Zhang Chi, a native of Sichuan, was the sobriquet of Zhang Chi, a famous Neo-Confucianist.