Pan Gu


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Pan Gu

(ˈpænˈɡuː) or

P'an Ku

n
(Biography) 32–92 ad, Chinese historian and court official, noted for his history of the Han dynasty: died in prison
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20) The version that Chen Yi adopts in the first movement is one of the most widely accepted myths; first recorded in the third century AD, in Hsu Cheng's San Wu Li Chi ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], "Historical Records of the Three Sovereign Divinities and the Five Gods"), it describes how the firstborn semi-divine human, Pan Gu ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], "Coiled Antiquity"), separated the egg-like world, hun dun ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'chaos'), into Heaven and Earth.
The magnificent colored illustrations present an omniscient, dreaming Creator presence called Pan Gu in chalk drawings, who works his way through the intricate puzzle of creation of a balanced Earth.
Dubbed panguite, the new titanium oxide is named after Pan Gu, the giant from ancient Chinese mythology who established the world by separating yin from yang to create the earth and the sky.
The hair-as-flora metaphor derives from the ancient tale of Pan Gu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], a furred giant who created the world by transforming his body into the elements of nature.
During the first round, distinguished high ranking property development representatives Shanghai Pan Gu Real Estate Ltd.
As is common in collections of myths it begins with a story of creation of heaven and earth, this time by the giant Pan Gu.
Estos, por lo general de escasa extension, componen un total de ocho capitulos; el primero, comienza con la descripcion del nacimiento del mundo y el origen de Pan Gu, quien separo el cielo de la tierra cuando aun estaban mezclados como si fueran un huevo; dio asi comienzo al Yin y el Yang e inauguro las relaciones sexuales entre el hombre y la mujer.