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Remnants of the culture have been found dating from as late as the 16th century,
though most of it disappeared after the region was conquered by China in the
2nd century bc. Dong Zhongshu (Confucian philosopher): see Tung Chung-shu.
Spoiled by his mother and grandmother, he is continually reprimanded by his
strict Confucian father, who especially abhors Pao-yii's intimacy with his
numerous female cousins and maidservants. Most notable among these relations
are the ...
It was during this period that printing by wooden blocks was fully developed, and
the first complete printing of the Confucian classics was completed in 953. The
greatest of the painters in the North was Ching Hao, who was working in
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