By Peter Min-Liang Chen, Michael Min-Hua Tan, Visit Amazon's Chiu Ming Chan Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Chiu Ming Chan,

ISBN-10: 9814317489

ISBN-13: 9789814317481

This unique English translation from the chinese language textual content includes 60 poems (85 verses) and 3 prose compositions. It opens a window to the guts and brain of a chinese language student who lived from the overdue Qing during the Fifties. It displays the lifetime of a pioneer author of Malayan-Singapore chinese language Literature: his own tragedies, struggles, disappointments and the enjoyment in his relations, buddies and his poetry. English factors for plenty of attention-grabbing expressions and allusions utilized in chinese language classical poetry. This name allows an English language reader to benefit from the wealthy and vibrant historical past of chinese language tradition and language. A spouse variation of the publication in chinese language is on the market - the unique classical textual content translated into glossy chinese language and profusely annotated via affiliate Professor Dr. Chan Chiu Ming of nationwide Institute of schooling, Singapore.

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L3: Heavy do the sad thoughts of “Autumn” (秋) weigh upon your “Heart” (心). L4: “Sorrow” (愁) is a word you have henceforth banished from all your letters. Background There are at least three distinct periods in Father’s life when he was separated from his wife and family for any length of time. Separation First Second Third Period 1931 1934–1936 1942–1945 Family Putian Putian Ipoh Father Kampar, Malaya Kampar, Malaya Kuala Lumpur This poem was composed probably during the “first separation” during the second half of 1931.

It is more than enough to stir up my many thoughts and longings. L3: Heavy do the sad thoughts of “Autumn” (秋) weigh upon your “Heart” (心). L4: “Sorrow” (愁) is a word you have henceforth banished from all your letters. Background There are at least three distinct periods in Father’s life when he was separated from his wife and family for any length of time. Separation First Second Third Period 1931 1934–1936 1942–1945 Family Putian Putian Ipoh Father Kampar, Malaya Kampar, Malaya Kuala Lumpur This poem was composed probably during the “first separation” during the second half of 1931.

L4: “Sorrow” (愁) is a word you have henceforth banished from all your letters. Background There are at least three distinct periods in Father’s life when he was separated from his wife and family for any length of time. Separation First Second Third Period 1931 1934–1936 1942–1945 Family Putian Putian Ipoh Father Kampar, Malaya Kampar, Malaya Kuala Lumpur This poem was composed probably during the “first separation” during the second half of 1931. In 1931, Father was then teaching in Pei Yuan (培元) Primary School in Kampar, Malaya.

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