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The visions of Hung-Siu-Tshuen

Theodore Hamberg

The visions of Hung-Siu-Tshuen

and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection

by Theodore Hamberg

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Published by China Mail Office, 1854; San Francisco, Chinese Materials Center in HongKong .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statement/ by Theodore Hamberg
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63, xii p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26899061M

    giving his oral account, Hung was asked to put the facts on paper, and this became the basic information in Hamberg's book, The Vision of Hung-Siu-Tshuen and Origin of the Kwang-si Insurrection (Hongkong ). In order not to disclose his identity, Hung Jên-kan's name is given in this book as "Hung-Jin". The Pigeon HAS to Go to School! by: Mo Willems Goodnight Moon by: Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd (Illus.); We Don't Eat Our Classmates by: Ryan T. Higgins; If I Built a School by: Chris Van Dusen; Llama Llama Mess Mess Mess- Debut by: Anna Dewdney, Reed Duncan; The Very Hungry Caterpillar by: Eric Carle; Dragons Love Tacos by: Adam Rubin, Daniel Salmieri (Illus.).

    According to The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection by the Rev. Theodore Hamberg, this is how the meeting between Hong Xiuquan and Liang Fa transpired: In the year , when he was twenty-three years of age, he (Hong) again visited Canton, to be present at the public examination. The Visions of Hung-Siu-Tshuen, and Origin of the Kwang-Si Insurrection (Hong Kong: The China mail office, ), by Theodore Hamberg (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: China -- History -- Tiananmen Square Incident,

    Theodore Hamberg's The Visions of Hung Siu-Tshuen, published in based on testimonies of Hong Xiuquan's cousin Rengan in ; An account of Hong Xiuquan's life and character titled 'Tae Ping Wang', written by Roberts and published in Volume VIII of the American periodical Putnam's Magazine in October ; and. The Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and Origin of the Kwang-si Insurrection [Theodore Hamberg] III. On the Present State of Science, Literature, and Literary Criticism in China [J.E. Edkins] IV.


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Theodore Hamberg Printed at the China Mail Office Hongkong Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Hong Xiuquan (Hakka: Fùng Siu-chhiòn) (1 January – 1 June ), born Hong Huoxiu and with the courtesy name Renkun, was a Hakka Chinese revolutionary who was the leader of the Taiping Rebellion against the Qing established the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom over varying portions of southern China, with himself as the "Heavenly King" and self-proclaimed brother of Jesus Christ.

Theodore Hamberg (Chinese: 韓山明 or 韓山文), was a Swedish missionary and author active in is known for his role in having authored an important account on the early Taiping rebellion and for his role in establishing Christian missions in Guangdong province.

He also laid the foundations for the study of the Hakka dialect in the West. He is the younger brother of the Swedish.

Theodore Hamberg: The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection by the Rev. Theodore Hamberg. (Hongkong: The China Mail Office ) Digitized: HATHI Trust (original from Indiana University) Bibliographic reference: BS ; No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie.

9 Hamberg, Theodore, The visions of Hung-Siu-Tshuen and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection (Hongkong, ), Written from recollections told to Hamberg by Hung Jen-kan, the cousin of Hung Hsiu-ch'ūan, and the closest to a firsthand source for the beginnings of the rebellion. Visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection.

San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center, (OCoLC) Named Person: Xiuquan Hong; Xiuquan Hong: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Hamberg.

The visions of Hung-Siu-tshuen, and origin of the Kwang-si insurrection by the Rev. Theodore Hamberg.

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