Stone-gateway and the flowery Miao.

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Enough for publication of Stone-Gateway and the Flowery Miao. But the book does not pretend to be of an academic nature, and it is the scantiest of introductions to the Flowery Miao, not to speak of the aborigines as a whole. The tribal frontiers of China are gradually attracting the attention of.

SOAS Library Catalogue: SOAS, University of London - search for books and journals held in the UK National Research Library for Africa, Asia and the Middle East Description: Stone-gateway and the flowery Miao./. Nowadays, Stone Gateway is in a Yi, Hui and Miao autonomous region, and the majority of the Flowery Miao still practice Christianity and use Pollard Script.

The Miao is. The Big Flowery Miao language is known as the Northeastern Yunnan secondary dialect, a sub-dialect of the Sichuan-Guizhou-Yunnan dialect. The population of the Big Flowery Miao is approximatelyabout 60 percent of whom have embraced Christianity.

The Big Flowery Miao live in the cold, rugged, and wet mountainous regions. The Flowery Hmong version of The New Testament. An early edition of Flowery Hmong female costume. Part of Mr. Yang’s collections that includes different editions of Bibles and other Christian-related books. The day we had been waiting finally arrived – the anniversary of establishing the Shimenkan Primary School.

Homage to missionary who freed the Miao. Pollard established among a tribe known as the Flowery Miao. a school and hospice at Stone Gateway 2, metres above sea level until when the. W.H. Hudspeth, Stone-Gateway and the Flowery Miao () Methodist Recorder, 20 May Occupations Missionaries (China) See also Canada; China; Pollard, Samuel; Entry written by: RKP Category: Person Comment on this entry.

Hudspeth, William Harrison. Graham, David Crockett ().

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Review of Stone Gateway and the Flowery Miao by William Hudspeth. Journal of the West China Border Research Society Sewell, William G.

and Shu-Hswan Wei (). Dyestuffs used by the Ch’uan Miao. Journal of the West China Border Research Society Feng, D. and L. Kilborn (). The book is littered with these melodramatic repeating of statements.

It also has bad poems strewn throughout the book as well and cannot tell by the context if it is the authors bad poems or Billy's because there IS NO context to them; they're just randomly placed, sometimes mid-stream-of-thought.

The writing read like a really bad s: 4. The book started out a bit slow but gave you some solid time to build up the characters. When I was reading the background, I kept thinking that I wanted to quit the book. But half Stone-gateway and the flowery Miao.

book through, the action started. Then it was non-stop. And by that time you really started getting emotionally vested in the characters due to sheer time getting to Reviews:   The Big Flowery Miao people live in China’s Yunnan, Guizhou and Sichuan Provinces.

On 5 Septemberthe Miao people — young and old — dressed in their Sunday’s best, were gathered at Daqing Village Church in Yunnan Province for the celebration. This was the first time in years that the Miao people were [ ]. - from Stone Gateway and the Flowery Miao (Hudspeth ) obtained from the following books and workbooks which Shou Cher generously shared with me: Cowles, H.

and K. Foster *An estimate of the number of pioneer workers needed for initial church planting among unreached people groups by country. Estimates are calculated only for unreached people groups and are based on ratio of 1 worker for ev individuals living in an unreached people group by country.

William Hudspeth, in his book Stone Gateway and the Flowery Miao wonderfully describes this: “Before the Pollard script, books and a library were unknown. The great majority of these tribesmen had never handled even a sheet of writing paper or a pen.

Other known names and dialect names: A-Hmao, Big Flowery Miao, Da Hua Bei Miao, Da Hua Miao, Diandongbei Miao, Flowery Miao, Great Flowery Tribe, Hua Miao, Hwa Miao, Large Flowery Miao, Northeastern Dian Miao, Northeastern Yunnan Miao, Ta Hwa Miao.

Use faceted search to explore resources for Large Flowery Miao language. Lexical resources. J Dymond, Stone-Gateway and the Flowery Miao by William H. Hudspeth, Beyond the Clouds - the Story of Samuel Pollard of Southwest China and Eyes of the Earth - the Diary of Samuel Pollard by R.

Elliortt Kendall, and the Ministry of the Rev. and Mrs Harry Parsons at Shimenkan () by the Rev. and Rev. Parsons. Among the Flowery Miao. Listener, Aug (). The Hwa Miao Language. Journal of the West China Border Research Society 7: ().

Stone-gateway and the Flowery Miao. London: Cargate Press. F.M. Savina (). Dictionnaire miao-tseu-francais.

Bulletin de l’Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient 16(2). Histoire des. Book with a Travel Advisor. Hidden Guizhou - China (12 days) - Visit Yutang Miao village - Visit Jingo village, home to both Yi and Miao (“Stone Gateway”), home to the Large Flowery Miao and once hailed as the center of Miao Christian culture.

Day 7. A Myth Become Reality: History and Development of the Miao Written Language, Volume 2 Joakim Enwall Institute of Oriental Languages, Stockholm University, - Foreign Language Study.

A language profile for Miao, Large Flowery. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. The great vices of the Hua Miao, who are much more open-hearted than the Chinese, are said to be drunkenness and immorality, vices by no means uncommon in other lands.

About the Black Miao. On the southern face of the tail end of one these ranges lies the department city of Huang-p'ing Chou, the descent to which necessitates many zigzags.

THE MIAO AND POISON: INTERACTIONS ON CHINA'S SOUTHWEST FRONTIER Norma Diamond University of Michigan, Ann Arbor A few months after returning from field research in Yunnan, southwest China, I met with a visiting Chinese anthropologist.

When he learned that I had been working among the Hua Miao (Flowery Miao), he became very concerned. Large Flowery Miao is represented by a large, colored dot. When the population is unknown, a color-coded question mark appears at the bottom of the grid.

When there are no known users, an X appears at the bottom of the grid. The color coding matches the color scheme used in the summary profile graphs on the navigation maps for the site.

The Stone Garden book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The White Sands Region, New Mexico, It is twenty-seven years 4/5(2).

Yang, Stephen, Y. Beh, and W. Morse (). Blood Groups of the Aboriginal Ch’wan Miao of Szechwan Province, West China. Man Graham, David Crockett () (a).

The Custom of the Ch’uan Miao. Journal of the West China Border Research Society [HRAF Microfiche] Hudspeth, William H. Stone-gateway and the Flowery.

"Mr. Miao" (Chinese: 苗生; pinyin: Miáo shēng), also translated as "The Tiger Guest" and "Student Miao", is a short story by Pu Songling first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio (). It revolves around a few Chinese scholars and their encounter with a tiger spirit named Miao.

Great Flowery Miao Christians Mythical traditions similar to the Bible and Clarke's own missionary work aside, the Miao of the late 19th century were strictly animists. They had no priests or idols, and musical festivals took the place of more formal religious rites. I read this book years ago and parts of it still stick in my mind.

This is a book for me because while I won't read it again, I do recommend it and I did enjoy it greatly. Darleen Union and Eli Wade are the stereotypical star crossed lovers. Darleen is from the rich social class.

Eli is the servant peasant class. As children they were fast /5(85). Stone-gateway and the flowery Miao. Hudspeth, Will H. London: Cargate Press, Book In. Victoria University Emmanuel College. Storage.

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Refworks Link Email Cite Request; 18. The Miao are a minority ethnic group living in southern China, and are recognized by the government of China as one of the 56 official ethnic is a Chinese term, while the component groups of people, which include (with some variant spellings) Hmong, Hmu, Xong (Qo-Xiong), and A-Hmao, may have their own self-designations.

One should compare this to Pollard's accounts elsewhere of a Miao couple who suddenly became deranged and began to sing and dance about the mission house, and the ‘mad Miao woman’ who claimed to be Jesus’ sister (Pollard, S., Tight Corners in China (London: Andrew Crombie, ), p.

Yang Yong-xing eventually produced a book, clearly duplicated from hand written wax stencils on very much better quality paper and inscribed “Shi-men-kan ”.

The book was entitled “Miao song-stories, a bundle of traditions”. It contained 22 songs, the first 13 being a reprint of Yang Zhi’s collection.Enjoy a special Nuo opera performance at an Yi village • Visit a nature reserve famous for its cranes, storks, and eagles • Hike to the top of the highest mountain in Guizhou • Visit Longchang Miao village • Pay a visit to a Large Flowery Miao village once hailed as the center of Miao Christian culture • Witness a prayer ceremony at Puji Temple • Admire the impressively large.