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Nevertheless, his comments give us some idea of the importance of land to the people of Chien-ning and elsewhere, and the uncertain economic situation in which many of them found themselves. This helps to explain the many disputes over land and the importance of women’s inheritance of it, for themselves and for others around them. Chu Hsi (1130–1200) and the Learning of the Way (Tao-Hsüeh) The Sung dynasty is perhaps best known for a revival of Confucianism as the dominant intellectual influence in the lives of the literati.

Influential families would borrow grain under false names, then refuse to repay. 64 By the early thirteenth century the system had collapsed, and following this, in 1232, there was a major uprising in the Wu-i Mountains, which was put down at great cost. The problems just described explain why northern Fukien was considered hard to govern. In a memorial assessing the successes and failures of the community granary system, Chu Hsi’s son-in-law Huang Kan, while a prefect of Chien-ning, had this to say: Of all the customs I have seen in Fukien, Chien-ning-fu’s are the worst, making it the hardest area to govern.

Wittfogel and Feng Chia-sheng, History of Chinese Society: Liao (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1949); and Denis Twitchett and Klaus Peter Tietze, “The Liao,” in Cambridge History of China, ed. Herbert Franke and Denis Twitchett, Vol. 6, Alien Regimes and Border States, 907–1368 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 43–153. 15 Introduction Against external threats, the Sung government was forced to maintain a large standing army. To prevent internal threats from regional militia, the Sung funded and commanded its armies from the capital.

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