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Jia Nanfeng's Library
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First time visitor? Please read this F.A.Q.!
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What is this?
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This "library" is a database for books and articles pertaining to Chinese history that have been acquired by the user Jia Nanfeng of the Scholars of Shen Zhou community.
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> Jia Nanfeng's User Profile
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What use is this to me?
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Studying Chinese history can be an expensive hobby, especially for those who don't have access to university libraries or online research databases. I figure I could help out the community in a small way by allowing people to ask questions about materials I may own before they commit any money to them. Additionally, if there is a snippet of information you need from a book I own, I am willing to help with that (within reason); or I can help you find an elusive book or article that you are looking for!

Note: I will not share ebooks, PDFs, or any other materials that I don't have explicit permission to share! This is due to obvious legal reasons. However, I am more than happy to point you in the right direction! I also make note within the Library of materials that are made freely available by publishers, or those that can be found in public domain (and this is according to America's, though considering America is behind most of the West when it comes to public domain, it's fair to assume your country will also have it available in this way).

To ask a question, message me on the Scholars of Shen Zhou forum. (Use the links in the "What is this?" section above.)
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What do you study?
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As my username may suggest, I primarily study the Western Jin era of China (266–316). Empress Jia Nanfeng (257–300) is of particular interest to me.

I also study its surrounding eras, including the renowned Later Han (184-220) and Three Kingdoms (220–280) periods, and the Eastern Jin (317–420).

Other subjects of interest include paranormal events recorded in Chinese historical records (e.g. ghosts, superstitions, portents), other female leaders (e.g. Wu Zetian), and the life of imperial concubines.
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