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Chu-Chien Chiang

Chu-Chien Chiang, Chinese educator, college dean. award Chia Hsin Cultural and Lit; award. Member Fei Tao Fei.

Background

  • Chiang, Chu-Chien was born on September 8, 1918 in Fu Chien, China. Son of Yu Lang Chiang and Chang Ying Teng.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, National University Amoy, 1945.

    Career

    • Member faculty Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, since 1955, professor, chairman Chinese literature, 1964-1971, director Humanity Center, 1971-1973, director Chinese Graduate School, 1975-1979, dean Arts College, 1978-1989. Special chair professor National Chung Hsin University, 1970-1972, Providence College, Taichung, 1972-1978. Special chair professor Kookmin University Korea, 1980-1981, director Tunghai Literature Quarterly, 1981-1989.

      Doctoral examiner in Chinese literature. Member committee on scholarship evaluation Ministry of Education Republic of China, member committee on scholarship evaluation Ministry Education.

    Works

    • Author: A Rhyming Dictionary of Shih Ching, 1964. Synthetic Studies of Shuo Wen Chieh Tzu, 1968. Theories of Liu Shu, 1974.

      A Study on the Kuo-Feng of Shih Ching, 1978. The Phonetic Reconstruction of the Ancient Chinese of the Kuang Yun (I) (II). Study on Ancient Tones.

      A Commentary on the Introduction to Shuo Wen. An Analysis of Tonal Changes of Archaic Chinese through the Study of Occlusive Sound Markers in Shuo-Wen Chieh-tzu. An Analysis of the Irregular Rhyme in Shih-Ching.

      The Characteristic of the Han Language. Relations and Sources of Chou and Chuan in Shou Wen. Introduction of Structure Principles and Changes of Han Language.

      Correction of the Ping Sound of Chiang Yu-Kao T'ang Yun Four Tones. Correction of the Shang Sound of Chiang Yu-Kuo T'ang Yun Four Tones. Correction of the Chu Sound of Chiang Yu-Kao T'ang Yun Four Tones.

      The Explanation of Further Seeing off to South from Shih-Ching Yen-Yen. Comprehensions– the Characteristic of Chinese Culture from Han Characters. Study of Ku-Wen of Shou Wen.

      The Healthy Spirit of Kuo-Feng Shih-Ching Jen-Tao of Confucianism. Traditional Chinese Attitude of Scholar and Idea of Being Official. Principles of Chuan-Chu.

      The Rosource of Development of Chinese Modern Poetry. Comprehension of Confucian Great Education from Lun-Yu. Discussion of Humanistic Cultivation of Confucian.

      Chinese Character and Chinese Literature. Self-examination of Chinese Filial Piety. The Beauty of Chinese Characters.

      A Study on Chia-Chieh in Liu Shu (in Chinese). A Study on Hsing-Shenf in Liu Shu, A Study on Huey-I in Liu Shu, A Study on Chiy-Sy in Liu Shu.

    Membership

    Member faculty Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, since 1955, professor, chairman Chinese literature, 1964-1971, director Humanity Center, 1971-1973, director Chinese Graduate School, 1975-1979, dean Arts College, 1978-1989. Member committee on scholarship evaluation Ministry of Education Republic of China. Member Fei Tao Fei. Chinese Nationalist.

    Connections

    • Married Yang Shu-Hui, July 22, 1953. Children– Chiang Hui-Wen, Chiang Hui-Ming.
    • father: Yu Lang Chiang
    • mother: Chang Ying Teng
    • spouse: Yang Shu-Hui
    • children: Chiang Hui-Wen Chiang
    • Chiang Hui-Ming Chiang
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    Born September 8, 1918
    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han

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