Ancient History of the Manchuria

Redefining the past

by Lee Mosol, MD, MPH


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Softcover
$37.95
Hardcover
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Book Details

Language : Multiple languages
Publication Date : 23/07/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 532
ISBN : 9781483667676
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 532
ISBN : 9781483667683
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 532
ISBN : 9781483667690

About the Book

This is literally a new voice from the eastern end of the great wall, and an eye opening essay written by a retired physician, who has deep root in the Confucian culture. Interpretation of the ancient Chinese scriptures to modern languages had been tarnished by the Chinese Imperial court, and Confucian culture. Later historian used, and moved on to the next steps without any critical thinking. With this premises, Mosol starts to explore many issues around the Eastern End of the Great wall. He tackled all the disputed issues from the origin and analyzed in depth. The eye witnessed story about the major war conducted by Emperor Wu is the starting point of his essay. Many disputed subjects were discussed, and introduced. It is a “fresh look in academic sense” for others scholars. To get his message through to the others, he inserted lots of Chinese ideograms in the text.


About the Author

Don S. Lee, pen name gMosolh was born in 1940, educated, received MD degree in Korea, came to US in 1970. He was trained in the Indiana University Medical Center, hold a faculty positions in the George Washington University, and retired in 2010 from the Georgetown University Medical center. He had learned to understand the Ancient Chinese classics in Korea, joined a group of Korean scholars interested in Neo Confucian Study; gStudy of Toegye philosophy g‘ÞŸâ›{,h and served the position of vice president representing the Washington DC area for two years. He had been active in writing critical essays, and was formally recognized as a writer by the Korean literally circles in 2010. His first book in Korean gsearching for the rooth was published 2010. This book gA Voice from the Easter End of The Great Wallh is the English Edition of his original book with major revision.