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“Soul Calling” – the beginning and end of an absurd farce more than 200 years ago

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/soulstealers/ Note: This article is the framework of the company’s reading and sharing. 1. Introduction to books “Soul Calling: The Great Panic of Chinese Sorcery in 1768” describes an interesting historical story – at the peak of Qianlong’s prosperous age, the political and social life of the entire Qing Dynasty was affected by …

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What to read in July: Mark Twain, Van Gogh, Yuan Zhesheng, and more

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/read-202207/ “Mark Twain’s Humor Pieces” : After reading, Mark Twain’s humor is markedly serious in humor, not deviating from seriousness in humor, exaggerated but not wild, sharp but never mean, he is always right The characters he satirized were full of sympathy, fully embodying the ironic theme of “seeing something to be enlightened, …

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Journal | July 2022

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/daily-202207/ 2022-07-31 21:49 The more rubbish the school is, the stricter it is to grasp things other than academics , because only these can be compared with other schools; just like people with more power , the more they believe in gods and monsters , because other than these they cannot control Others …

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Pop-up ③ Feeling

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/pop-up3/ Note: Beijing is sultry today, and the unit building of the community is powered off for a period of time, which is really irritating. A few days after I left Beijing last week, I was greeted by a pop-up window ③ not long after I came back. I think I followed the …

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I know

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/cicada/ I know Ah, I know you choose to sing You occupy a few days of sweltering heat, you disturb a few people’s dreams Well, I know you choose to be silent you can understand, you can do it ——Xuan Kejiong’s ” Zhizhilao ” and its development This article is reprinted from: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/cicada/ …

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forced to abbr

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/forced-to-abbr/ I hate abbreviations. Note that I’m referring to situations where something that could have been written normally was forced to use abbreviations for some reason. Also, this is my personal likes and dislikes, and I don’t say whether the abbreviation is good or bad. This kind of disgust is not directed against …

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that’s all

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/it-just/ Almost a hundred years ago, after the petition student Liu Hezhen was shot dead in the March 18 massacre, Lu Xun wrote in his article: I have never been afraid to speculate on the Chinese people with the worst malice, but I didn’t expect it, nor did I believe it would be …

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public execution

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/public-execution/ Fifty or sixty years ago in the mainland, if you were put on a hat, no matter where you appeared, you would be given a strange look by others, or even be personally attacked. “Hat” is given a certain meaning . On the bus this morning, a ” nucleic acid abnormality ” …

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real fascinating

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/truth-is-fascinating/ Recently I watched “Undefended Tonight”, a Hong Kong variety show in the 1990s, hosted by three “old men” Huang Zhan, Ni Kuang and Cai Lan, and invited popular stars to hold a late-night symposium. When you look at the title of the show “Undefended”, you can see how hot the topic of …

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I manage book reading in Obsidian

Original link: https://aaronnick.github.io/posts/reading-management-at-obsidian/ In the previous article, I introduced my daily usage habits, entered without pressure in the间歇日记, and then conveniently categorized the content through labels and other forms. The focus is on dates and corresponding events. In this article, I share how I manage the input and output of reading through Obsidian. It will …

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