Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos

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Cai and Dong also had a son and a daughter. Their daughter married Sima Si, an admiral of the Wei Dynasty (220—266), who paved the way for his nephew Sima Yan to build China's Western Jin Dynasty (265—316).

Cai's tomb is located in Lantian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. In 1991, a memorial hall was established near her tomb, featuring 130 pieces of antiques connected to her.

Cai's experiences have also been the material for several plays and dramas. In 1959, Guo Moruo (1892-1978), a great

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Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos
Cai and Dong also had a son and a daughter. Their daughter married Sima Si, an admiral of the Wei Dynasty (220—266), who paved the way for his nephew Sima Yan to build China's Western Jin Dynasty (265—316).

Cai's tomb is located in Lantian County, northwest China's Shaanxi Province. In 1991, a memorial hall was established near her tomb, featuring 130 pieces of antiques connected to her.

Cai's experiences have also been the material for several plays and dramas. In 1959, Guo Moruo (1892-1978), a great
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