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Re: information from knowledegable readers
Posted by: Kevin Lee (ID *****1140) Date: November 30, 2002 at 07:59:42
In Reply to: Re: information from knowledegable readers by erwin lee of 91

All tombstones of Chinese males have thr word gung. It is a term of respect. You'll find all Chinese genealogy writings use that term also when referring to an ancestor.

In the old old days like during the Zhou dynasty "gung" was the highest of the 5 classes of lords.


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