In this era of unprecedented disorders with superabundant material wealth in contrast to severe spiritual poverty, the West, lacking in ideological resources for sustainable human development and lasting world peace, is no longer able to pretend as the beacon light pointing to our future. Therefore, more and more people of insight turn their attention to China and her thousands of years long undisrupted cultural tradition.
Yi Zhou Shu(逸周书)2021-10-24
Based upon linguistic and thematic consistencies, modern scholarship reveals that 32 chapters constitute a textual "core" treating governmental and military topics.The remaining 27 Yizhoushu chapters are heterogeneous. Some describe historical events ranging from King Wen of Zhou (r. 1099-1050 BCE) down to King Jing of Zhou (Gui) (r. 544-520 BCE); supplementary chapters record topics such as astronomy (52 Shixun 時訓) and posthumous names (54 Shifa 謚法).
Shangshu in Tsinghua Bamboo Slips（清華簡）2021-10-26
There have been more than 100 discoveries of bamboo and silk manuscripts in China since the 20th century, unearthing over 300,000 strips which contain substantial content. In 2008, Tsinghua University was collected a batch of remarkable bamboo slips, donated by Tsinghua alumni, named Tsinghua bamboo strips. The contents of Tsinghua bamboo strips are mainly books, including " Confucian classics" (經) and "history" (史) books.
Shujing, (Chinese: “Classic of History”) Wade-Giles romanization Shu-ching, also called Shangshu (“Official History”), one of the Five Classics (Wujing) of Chinese antiquity. The Shujing is a compilation of documentary records related to events in China’s ancient history. Though it has been demonstrated that certain chapters are forgeries, the authentic parts constitute the oldest Chinese writing of its kind.