Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos

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classics at the Imperial Academy.

Under his leadership, the organization examined the classic works of Confucianism and corrected many errors in them. He then had the works carved on steles for students from the country to study.

Cai's father was also good at calligraphy, mathematics, astronomy, and music. He was recognized as a scholarly leader of his time.

Cai enjoyed a happy childhood and studied reading, writing and music under her father. By the time she was married off to a scholar, she was already well known for her skill in writing poems, articles and playing music.

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Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos classics at the Imperial Academy.

Under his leadership, the organization examined the classic works of Confucianism and corrected many errors in them. He then had the works carved on steles for students from the country to study.

Cai's father was also good at calligraphy, mathematics, astronomy, and music. He was recognized as a scholarly leader of his time.

Cai enjoyed a happy childhood and studied reading, writing and music under her father. By the time she was married off to a scholar, she was already well known for her skill in writing poems, articles and playing music.
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