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imperial or royal court / government / dynasty / reign of a sovereign or emperor / court or assembly held by a sovereign or emperor / to make a pilgrimage to / facing / towards
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morning
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dynasty / reign (of a king)
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abbr. for 朝鮮|朝鲜 Korea
in full swing (idiom) / (in a) frenzy / buzzing with activity
at the present / now
Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
tomorrow morning / the following morning
Tang dynasty (618-907)
Asahi (Japanese place name, company name etc)
morning sun
toward / to face / to open onto / to turn towards / orientation / exposure / Qibla (Islam)
North Korea / Korea as geographic term / Taiwan pr. [Chao2 xian1]
vitality / dynamism
sitting (currently serving, e.g. board members)
dynasty
Sui dynasty (581-617)
Northern and Southern dynasties (420-589)
Qing dynasty (1644-1911)
court / imperial household / dynasty
from dawn to dusk / all the time
morning and night / all the time
Chaotian district of Guangyuan city 廣元市|广元市, Sichuan
to have an audience with the Emperor / to be presented at court / to look skyward / to look up
Song Dynasty (960-1279) / also Song of Southern dynasties 南朝宋 (420-479)
laws and discipline of imperial court
the imperial court / the government in imperial times
Yuan or Mongol dynasty (1279-1368)
Korean ethnic group in China (mainly in northeast China) / the Koreans (major ethnic group on the Korean Peninsula)
Southern Dynasties (420-589)
one day / sometime in the future
Qin Dynasty (221-207 BC)
Resist US, help North Korea (1950s slogan)
all levels of society / the imperial court and the ordinary people
Celestial Empire, tributary title conferred on imperial China / Taiping Heavenly Kingdom
full of youthful energy (idiom); vigorous / energetic / a bright spark
the previous dynasty
Zhaoge, capital of the Shang dynasty 商朝 / Zhaoge town in Qi county 淇縣|淇县, Hebi 鶴壁|鹤壁, Henan
court councilor
to worship / to make customary deferences to / a pilgrimage
Zhou Dynasty / Western Zhou 西周 (1046-771 BC) and Eastern Zhou 東周|东周 (770-221 BC)
Sino-Korean / China and North Korea
(idiom) to seize every minute; to make the best use of one's time
Shang Dynasty (c. 1600-1046 BC)
to make a pilgrimage
to yearn for sth day and night (idiom)
Northern Dynasties (386-581)
morning dew / fig. precarious brevity of human life / ephemeral
Xia Dynasty (2070-1600 BC)
(literary) tomorrow (morning)
Chen of the Southern dynasties (557-589)
lit. say three in the morning but four in the evening (idiom); to change sth that is already settled upon / indecisive / to blow hot and cold
to transition to a new dynasty or regime
at dawn, not sure of lasting to evening (idiom); precarious state / imminent crisis / living from hand to mouth
to make frequent or unpredictable changes in policy (idiom)
Six Dynasties (220-589)
court dress in former times
Song of the Southern dynasties (420-479), with capital at Nanjing / also known as Liu Song 劉宋|刘宋
facing / advancing (towards)
to have an audience (with the Emperor)
to present tribute (to the emperor)
to hold a court audience / to govern from the imperial throne (applies esp. to Empress Dowager or Regent)
the current dynasty
the current dynasty
Chaoyang inner district of Beijing / Chaoyang district, Changchun city, Jilin
Korean Goryeo Dynasty, 918-1392
to give audience (of emperor) / retainers' duty to pay respect to sovereign / hajj (Islam)
serve Qin in the morning Chu in the evening (idiom); quick to switch sides
North and South Korea
early morning sunlight
cautious and diligent all day long (idiom)
a beautiful day / cf Birthday of the Flowers on lunar 15th February and Mid-autumn Festival on lunar 15th August
four legs facing the sky (idiom); flat on one's back
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)
Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), founded by the Jurchen 女真 people of North China, a precursor of the Mongol Yuan Dynasty
Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD)
Wiman Korea (195-108 BC), historical kingdom in Manchuria, Liaoning and North Korea
variant of 朝廷
lit. not to have breakfast until the enemy is destroyed / anxious to do battle (idiom)
to go on a pilgrimage and offer incense (idiom)
Wei, Jin and North-South dynasties / generic term for historic period 220-589 between Han and Sui
lit. heard in the morning and changed by the evening / to correct an error very quickly (idiom)
Korean written language
"Dawn Blossoms Plucked at Dusk", a collection of autobiographical essays by Lu Xun 魯迅|鲁迅
lit. one morning and one evening (idiom) / fig. in a short period of time / overnight
He Chao (active c. 711), Tang dynasty poet
Japan and Korea (esp. North Korea)
(derog.) the Chinese Communist regime (variant of 天朝 Celestial Empire, invented to circumvent censorship)
to visit North Korea
Korean nuclear problem
to suspend business at the imperial court on account of a misfortune
North and South Korea / bilateral Korean relations
TOMONAGA Shin'ichirō (1906-1979), Japanese physicist, 1965 Nobel prize laureate with Richard Feynman and Julian Schwinger
bogus dynasty / pretender
to live in the moment (idiom) / to live every day as if it were one's last / to enjoy while one can
Chaoyang district in east and northeast Beijing, a county level district of Beijing municipality / Chaoyang prefecture-level city in Liaoning province 遼寧省|辽宁省 in northeast China / Chaoyang district of Changchun city 長春市|长春市, Jilin / Chaoyang county in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
to be exposed to the sun / in a position facing the sun
the morning sun
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)
reception room for officials (in former times)

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