Classical Chinese

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Classical Chinese

n.
The written form of Chinese from about the fifth century bc to the end of the Han dynasty in ad 220.
adj.
Of or relating to Classical Chinese.
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Dr Han Wenyan, from the China Tea Research Institute in Hangzhou considers mainstream to represent no more than 80 percent of the global output whilst Mike Bunston, OBE, outgoing chairman of the ITC, considers the share of specialty teas to stand below 10 percent, but with a trend to grow.
The delegation members included Vice President Binzhou Polytechnic Xuan Yonghua, Wang Jinbo, Liu Jian and Li Wenyan, Vice President Rizhao Polytechnic Han Zhen, Wang Fen, Mou Shengyong, Liu Xiangze and Lei Yuefeng.
The Chinese officials of the two polytechnics included Wang Xuan, Liu Yonghua, Jian Jinbo, Wenyan Li, Mou Han, Liu Zhen, Li Shenyong, Yufeng Xiangze and Fen Wang.
Based on the preference for disyllabic compounds that arose in Chinese during its transformation from wenyan (classical literary Chinese) to baihua (written vernacular Chinese), linghun ([phrase omitted]), which combines the original two Greek terms, has led Chinese Bible readers to consider the two Greek terms interchangeable.
William Lyell and Julia Lovell's efforts to distinctively render the wenyan [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] introduction to "Madman" notwithstanding, in an anthology of works in translation, Lu Xun's vernacular appears little different from the European modernist texts that surround it (e.
Other main collaborators are HKUST post-doctoral fellows Dr Jin Sun and Dr Weipeng Zhang, Dr Jerome Hui of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and his team members Wenyan Nong and Fiona Ka Man Cheung, Dr Runsheng Li of Hong Kong Baptist University, Dr Yu Zhang of Shenzhen University, Dr Zhang Yang of The South China Sea Institute of Oceanography, and Christopher Fields of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Zhongmin Li, (1,2) Yi Yao, (1) Guangtao Wei, (2) Wenyan Jiang, (1) Yizhi Wang, (1) Linye Zhang (1,3)
Wenyan Cui (1), Xiangru Meng (1), Huanhuan Yang (1,2), Qiaoyan Kang (1) and Zhiyuan Zhao (1)
PEARMAN, and XUEJUN ZHANG, NASA, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899, USA; WENYAN LI, JERRY W.
Junwei Wang ([dagger]) *, Wenyan Gai ([dagger]), Juan Wang, Zhina Qu, Xiumei Huang, Jianmei Zhao, Sijun Zhao, Jun Hong and Yudong Wang
Correspondence should be addressed to Wenyan Song; 198212swy@163.