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- The great Chinese historian Sima Qian, who died in 86 B.C., blamed the fall of the Western Zhou Dynasty on King You of Zhou (795-771 B.
- As China's '2 Sessions' Convene in Beijing, Delegates Are Wary
- Its title was borrowed from a 2,000-year-old phrase — “The promises of a thousand people aren't worth the truth of one adviser” (千人之诺 诺 不如一士之谔 谔) — from the “Shiji,” or “Record of the Grand Historian,” by Sima Qian.
- Story of China's great historian Sima Qian staged at Capital Theater
- Cruelly dismissed from the service of an emperor, he became a servant of all humanity. Now, the dramatic lifestory of China's great historian Sima Qian has come to the Beijing stage. It is the fruit of a decade's preparation by the People's Art Theater.
- Sima Qian: Father of the First Full History of China
- In 126 B.C., Sima Tan arranged a journey through the kingdom for the 20-year-old Sima Qian.
- Sima Qian: China's 'grand historian'
- "He is a man with many famous victories to his credit, a man far above the ordinary, while these courtiers - whose sole concern has been preserving themselves and their families - seize on one mistake.
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