Li Qingzhao: Beauty from Sorrow

  • May 13, 2013
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collection of antiques. He spent most of his savings purchasing them, leaving little for their life expenses.

"I would rather live a simple life so that I can purchase as many antiques as I can," Zhao once told Li.

An understanding wife, Li gave him her full support and sought ways to cut their household expenditure, including wearing cloth clothes instead of silk clothes.

Whenever her husband obtained a new item, she joined him in identifying and discussing it. To her husband's surprise, he found that Li had a deep knowledge of history.

The two also frequently talked about poetry.

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Li Qingzhao: Beauty from Sorrow collection of antiques. He spent most of his savings purchasing them, leaving little for their life expenses.

"I would rather live a simple life so that I can purchase as many antiques as I can," Zhao once told Li.

An understanding wife, Li gave him her full support and sought ways to cut their household expenditure, including wearing cloth clothes instead of silk clothes.

Whenever her husband obtained a new item, she joined him in identifying and discussing it. To her husband's surprise, he found that Li had a deep knowledge of history.

The two also frequently talked about poetry.
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