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Qing dynasty

School and the Lingnan School "The Lingnan School of Painting," which used the technical skills of tradition to set the stage for modern painting. Traditional learning flourished, especially among Ming loyalists such as Dai Zhen and Gu Yanwu, but scholars in the school of evidential learning (Kaozheng) made innovations in skeptical textual scholarship. Scholar-bureaucrats, including Lin Zexu and Wei Yuan


Moscow

, and traditional paintings (Chinese painting), also were very popular for entertaining and educating children. The most famous of these, the classic ''Havoc in Heaven'' (two parts, 1961, 4), was made by Wan Laiming of the Wan Brothers and won Best Film award at the London International Film Festival. - 1966 Moscow Michael Atiyah Paul Joseph Cohen (Paul Cohen (mathematician)) Alexander Grothendieck Stephen


Taiwan

Chinese culture, attributable to the historical and ancestry origin of the majority of its current residents, Japanese culture, traditional Confucianist beliefs, and increasingly Western values. After their move to Taiwan, the Kuomintang imposed an official interpretation of traditional Chinese culture over Taiwan. The government launched a program (History of the Kuomintang cultural policy) promoting Chinese calligraphy, traditional Chinese painting (Chinese painting), Chinese


Soviet Union

, such as papercuts (Chinese paper art), shadow plays (shadow theatre), puppetry (glove puppetry), and traditional paintings (Chinese painting), also were very popular for entertaining and educating children. The most famous of these, the classic ''Havoc in Heaven'' (two parts, 1961, 4), was made by Wan Laiming of the Wan Brothers and won Best Film award at the London International Film Festival. * 1912 – In Groton, Connecticut, the first diesel engine diesel


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