Su-chou


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Su-chou

(ˈsuːˈtʃaʊ)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Suzhou
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After the fall of the Southern Ming, Wu retired to Su-chou for nine years, until he was summoned by the Ch'ing court to Peking in 1653 to serve as chancellor of the Directorate of Education (kuo-tzu-chien chi-chiu).
Miyazaki Ichisada has called attention to a stone inscription from Kiangsu that contains the records of a 1228 case concerning the misappropriation of land belonging to the Su-chou prefectural school.
10) The fragment embedded in the Wu-t'ai shih-an reflects this feature of Sung jurisprudence in even starker detail than the Su-chou inscription and affords the opportunity to examine the detailed reasoning and working behind an original Sung law-finding.