Wang Xizhi

A high-ranking official during the Eastern Jin Dynasty made an unconventional choice for a son-in-law. (Image: The Epoch Times)

Selecting a Son-in-Law

Xi Jian was a high-ranking official during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), the pillar of the country. His daughter, Xi Xuan, was beautiful and talented. Xi Jian heard that the sons of Prime Minister Wang Dao were outstanding. He planned…

Renowned calligrapher Wang Xizhi (王羲之), known as the Sage of Calligraphy in China, had seven children, among whom his youngest son, Wang Xianzhi (王獻之), was also a distinguished calligrapher. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Guarding Against Arrogance

Renowned calligrapher Wang Xizhi (王羲之), known as the Sage of Calligraphy in China, lived during the Jin Dynasty (A.D. 265-420) and had seven children, among whom his youngest son, Wang Xianzhi (王獻之), was also a distinguished calligrapher.

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Selecting a Son-in-Law

Xi Jian was a high-ranking official during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420), the pillar of the country. His daughter, Xi Xuan, was beautiful and talented. Xi Jian heard that the…

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Guarding Against Arrogance

Renowned calligrapher Wang Xizhi (王羲之), known as the Sage of Calligraphy in China, lived during the Jin Dynasty (A.D. 265-420) and had seven children, among whom his youngest son, Wang…