The 4 most amazing talented women in Chinese history


Every turbulent period in Chinese history is also a period when personal thoughts are extremely active, and a large number of literati and scholars will emerge, such as the Spring and Autumn Period and 

the Warring States Period, such as the modern Republic of China period, and then the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, and the Southern Dynasty novel "Shi Shuo Xin Yu".  

” tells about the words, deeds and anecdotes of the celebrities during this period, they were maverick and erudite.  During this period, the poet Tao Yuanming, the philosopher Wang Bi, the musician Ji Kang, the painter Gu Kaizhi, the calligrapher Wang Xizhi, and 

the four beautiful men of ancient times.  In fact, during this period, there were also many talented women who were famous throughout the ages. There are 4 most famous ones, and the first one is even more famous.


 ⃣Fourth place: Talented Girl Yong Xu - Xie Daoyun


Xie Daoyun is a talented girl from the Eastern Jin Dynasty. She was born in the Xie family of the two famous Wang and Xie families in history. She is the daughter-in-law of the calligrapher Wang Xizhi.  Xie Daoyun is not only quick-witted, but also has the qualities of a celebrity: decisive and straightforward, with elegant taste.  

As a female poet of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, she has a famous story. One day, her uncle Xie An called the younger generation to study and give lectures. Suddenly heavy snow fell in the sky.  

What does it look like?" Xie An's nephew responded quickly, "Salt in the sky can be compared." At this time, the young girl Xie Daoyun looked at the sky and replied, "Weiruo catkins are caused by the wind." Xie 

An laughed so hard  It has been handed down from generation to generation, and later generations even called the talented woman who was good at poetry and prose as "the talent of chanting Xu".  Xie Daoyun's talent and learning made her brother-in-law Wang Xianzhi admire even more.  Can


 ⃣The third place: Xuanji's swan song - Su Ruolan


 In the Fujian period of the former Qin Dynasty, there was a girl from the Su family in Wugong County.  Su Ruolan was one of the three talented women of the Wei and Jin Dynasties, most famous for her palindrome poems.  

It is a pity that she only has one brocade palindrome "Xuanji Tu" that has been passed down to future generations. It is rumored that Su Hui's husband was ordered to take office in Xiangyang and wanted to take his wife and concubine with him, but Su Hui was not angry with his concubine, and the husband and concubine  After leaving, Su Hui stayed alone in the empty boudoir. 

After a long time, she felt lonely and unbearable, so she began to recite poems and poems to pass the time. This is how "Xuanji Tu" came into being. After seeing the Xuanji picture, the husband understood what his wife meant. 

So he sent someone to bring Su Hui to his side. From then on, the husband and wife loved each other until old age.  Xuanji Tu is an outstanding work in the history of literature, a treasure in the history of art, and is regarded as a treasure by the historians.  "Preface", praised Ruolan's talent and beauty.


 ⃣Second place: An essay on melancholy thoughts - Zuo Fen


 Zuo Fen has been fond of learning since he was a child, and can write articles. Emperor Wu of Jin Sima Yan even made her a concubine because of his reputation, but he was not favored and regarded her as a gift for a talented woman.  

Often by edict, for the proposition composition.  "Li Si Fu" is one of her masterpieces.  Whenever there are weddings and weddings in the palace, Zuo Fen is always ordered to write some emotional poems. 

Therefore, it is more appropriate to say that Zuo Fen is a concubine rather than a court poet. As a woman, she has never gotten love in her life.  She was alone all her life, and within the palace walls, she only missed her family.

Although Zuo Fen is not favored, he still has to fulfill his obligation as a talented woman to "compose poetry and fu" and play the role of a literary display.  She "was ordered to write an essay on melancholy 

thoughts" and completed the emperor's propositional composition "Li Si Fu", which is also known as Zuo Fen's masterpiece.  Emperor Wu of Jin was very satisfied with her ability to recite poetry. 

 ⃣First place: Famous for eternity - Cai Wenji


Cai Wenji is one of the most famous talented women in Chinese history.  In terms of rhythm, her work "Eighteen Shots of Hu Jia" was criticized in the Ming Dynasty: the Tokyo style was declining, but Cai Wenji was talented.  Reading "Hu Jiayin" can make the tent shake, and the gravel will fly by itself. 

It is really intense.  In terms of poetry, her "Poems of Sadness and Indignation" even influenced Cao Zhi and Du Fu.  In terms of calligraphy, Cai Wenji once wrote ancient books silently at Cao Cao's request, even in cursive script.  

Cao Cao once asked: "I heard that your family used to have many ancient books, can you still remember them now?" Cai Wenji said: "At the time, my father left more than 4,000 volumes of books, but because of the war, very few survived. 

I can remember them.  There are only more than 400 copies." Cao Cao: "Can I send someone to accompany my wife to write it down?" Cai Wenji: "If men and women don't agree with each other, give me a pen and paper, and I will write it by myself." 

So Cai Wenji wrote hundreds of articles, but no  A little mistake, Cao Cao greatly appreciated.  In ancient China, men are superior to women. Talented women are under pressure, and it is even more difficult for women to succeed. 

Therefore, these talented women in history are more worthy of our admiration for future generations. They have proved that women are no worse than men.

No comments:

Random Posts

Powered by Blogger.