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Your relative Jack Lee who had sent me the book on his genealogy
Posted by: erwin li (ID *****7106) Date: September 02, 2002 at 02:53:55
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Dear Kevin:
Your relative jack lee had sent me the book immortality of one;s roots his famiyl genealogy, and i am aware that you are related to him, and would like to ask as i assume you had read his family biography, in the preface he had mentioned that prelimanary research indicates that he is descended from yuan shun gung who was xi ping wang a descendent of the tang dynasty emperor Emperor Li Yuan who had lived in the eight century ,whats your take on that,latest update ?but in his book Jack had traced his earliest recorded ancestor to the eleventh century,how is that reconcilable to xi ping wang who had lived in the eight century?
Also can you please confirm whether you had recieved my photos i had sent to you namely the residence of the official of the imperial insignia,the tombstones and the li ancestral temple? do you know abotu the significance of colours in ancestral temple architecture?i had mentioend about the yellow and black colored beams below the ancestral temple eaves,the temple eaves tip was coated in glazed green


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