I wrote an article about the "大清銅幣" over at the English-language Wikipedia at "en:w:Da-Qing Tongbi", maybe you could use it as a starting point for ever creating it at the Mandarin Chinese-language Wikipedia. Anyhow, I am planning on writing quite a number of Late Qing Dynasty coinages, but a gap in Chinese currency will exist for the period of 1912-1930, I will ping you when I will need help with that period. Also, I noticed the absence of Song Dynasty, Khitan Liao Dynasty, Jurchen Jin Dynasty, Tangut Western Xia Dynasty, and Mongol Yuan Dynasty coinage articles over at this Wikipedia. There always seems a lot of work to do. -- (討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年1月2日 (四) 18:34 (UTC)
WAM 2019 Postcard编辑
Dear Participants and Organizers,
It's WAM's honor to have you all participated in Wikipedia Asian Month 2019, the fifth edition of WAM. Your achievements were fabulous, and all the articles you created make the world can know more about Asia in different languages! Here we, the WAM International team, would like to say thank you for your contribution also cheer for you that you are eligible for the postcard of Wikipedia Asian Month 2019. Please kindly fill the form, let the postcard can send to you asap!
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List of Huaqian by inscription编辑
Hello 👋🏻 Baomi,
I found a list of Huaqian inscriptions at "http://primaltrek.com/inscriptions.html" and thought that it might be wise to make it into an article, unfortunately English-language sources about these inscriptions are scarce and I know that there are thousands of Mandarin-Chinese sources you can more easily access to write such an article. If you yourself don't have the time to write an article like that here where all Huaqian inscriptions and their implied meanings are listed maybe you can ask someone at the local WikiProject Numismatics.
On an unrelated note, do you know when the IP block will expire on the English-language Wikipedia? Because if it takes too long I will ask someone to make you IP block exempt. --討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年3月2日 (一) 16:23 (UTC)(
Furthermore I think that this page at "http://primaltrek.com/types.html" can probably have an article about all the 32 (thirty-two) categories here at the Mandarin-Chinese-language Wikipedia , I've already covered ALL of them on the English-language Wikipedia and ⅓ (one-third) already have their own Wikipedia articles there. --討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年3月2日 (一) 16:26 (UTC)(
@Donald Trung：I don't know when the IP block will expire on English-language Wikipedia.I edit articles via VPN, and I have the IP block exempt on Chinese-language Wikipedia. Do you know how to apply the exempt on enwp?--苞米(☎)💴 2020年3月14日 (六) 00:34 (UTC)
- I know why you are blocked, because you use a VPN, to stock sockouppeteers the English-language Wikipedia essentially blocks all PROXY's, but you can request exemption from this. I asked a user to help with this, but I don't think that you can wait until the block expires.
- Anyhow, regarding the Huaqian list article this is the most extensive list (in English, at least) I know, but David Hartill is writing what would probably become the most extensive work on Chinese numismatic charms to date, but it requires years of research and the sample I've seen goes way deeper than any existing (Western) literature on the subject, but I think that it would be good to already have a framework from where we can expand before that book comes out.
- Also, that would allow us to see which Chinese numismatic charm inscriptions are already on Wikimedia Commons and which ones aren't. By the way, do you think that you will be visiting museums once the pandemic is over? --討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年3月20日 (五) 07:04 (UTC) (
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https://zh.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Template:COVID-19&diff=next&oldid=58601031 这个相关性其实蛮大的，因为政变后马来西亚病例大幅增加，也引起了华社的不满，认为政府管制不利，而且政变也使得感染群增加，请阁下添加回，谢谢。→讨留奖 2020年3月13日 (五) 15:36 (UTC)
WAM 2019 Postcard: All postcards are postponed due to the postal system shut down编辑
Dear all participants and organizers,
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, all the postcards are postponed due to the shut down of the postal system all over the world. Hope all the postcards can arrive as soon as the postal system return and please take good care.
At first, I don't understand Manchu language, cann't write or read. As I know,
- ᠳᠠᠢᠢᠴᠢᠩ(Daicing) means "大清" (Great Qing). The Manchu name of the Qing country is Daicing gurun;
- ᠵᡳᡴᠠ(Jiha) means "钱"(money, cash), the Manchu of "制钱"(standard cash) is durun i jiha;
- ᠨᡳ(ni) means "之" or "的", "of" in English. the Manchu of "of" can also be "ᡳ(i).
- Thanks for the reply, first of all "Dailing" was an accidental misspelling of "Daicing" (Möllendorff), where can I find Manchu names of coinages? For example, how would I spell durun i jiha using Manchu script? --討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年3月27日 (五) 22:41 (UTC) (
Chinese numismatic sources for Wikipedia编辑
I wanted to ask you for sources about the monetary history of China in Mandarin Chinese, as you can see in the image above I’ve attached there are a number of Occidental sources that discuss Oriental numismatics, but so far I’ve already imported almost everything to Wikimedia websites. The list comes from the British Museum's Chinese Money Matters website operated by Dr. Helen Wang. Of those websites BabelStone (魏安, Andrew West) is even a contributor here. Of Primaltrek (the “”top” entry”), I’ve imported everything except for several coin hoard pages. To compare Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek with Wikimedia the Chinese cash coin pages here contain ALL of its information but while missing several of its images contain more images mostly thanks to Jean-Michel Moullec and Scott Semans World Coins (CoinCoin.com), Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website's bamboo tallies page has been completely imported except for a small number of descriptions of the pieces listed while Wikimedia also includes François Thierry’s article, and regarding the descriptions, I’ve already received OTRS permission to import Bert Lijnema's bamboo tallies to Wikimedia Commons, which would thus make Wikimedia websites superior in every way and would give you more images to add to the Mandarin-Chinese-language Wikipedia (unfortunately I just haven't had the time to do so, yet). I’ve imported the entire Korean monetary history (pre-South Korea) page from Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek, except for images, but filled in the English-language Wikipedia's entry with additional information, but because of the images I would say that for collectors FOR NOW Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek is still better (at least until the images are added to Wikimedia Commons). Concerning Jiangsu tokens Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website has several images and token coin descriptions, while the English-language Wikipedia furthermore includes an article written by Doctor Helen Wang which explores it a bit deeper, but the Wikipedia article still lacks images, so I am willing to grant that for collectors FOR NOW Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website might be better to compare tokens with, but not for information (although Vladimir Belyaev’s Zeno Oriental Coins Database still beats both). Concerning Japanese numismatic charms, Korean numismatic charms, and Vietnamese numismatic charms I’ve imported everything from Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek and added more. With Zhou Dynasty coinages I just imported everything and double-checked to see that (non-hoards) it’s all imported now from Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website to Wikimedia. So the only place where Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website still (“kind of”) “beats” Wikimedia is Chinese numismatic charms, while I’ve imported everything from John Ferguson's Sportstune.com website and have imported substantial amounts from the Swedish Museum of Ethnography and Scott Semans World Coins (CoinCoin.com), while “mirroring” the information about Chinese (coin, and non-coin) charms, Chinese (coin) amulets, and Chinese (coin) talismans (Talismen?) from Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website (including his full list of Chinese cultural symbolism and linguistic references, hidden and implied meanings of Chinese symbols on such charms, Etc.) the lack of images is still apparent, even as I’ve expanded in several fields such as coin-swords and have made ((independent) Wikipedia article) pages for about a quarter of the subjects. So, Wikimedia is in many regards “a superior edition of Gary Ashkenazy's (Hebrew: גארי אשכנזי) Primaltrek / Primal Trek website (excluding Chinese coin hoards)”, after a long three (3) year period of importing. Regarding other Occidental Chinese numismatic websites I’ve fully imported Dr. Luke Roberts' East Asian Cash Coins website from the University of California at Santa Barbara, John Furgeson's Sportstune.com, and am now busy with Scott Semans World Coins (CoinCoin.com).
Dr. Helen Wang's Chinese Money Matters is one of the few still active (as in still updating with content) Occidental Chinese numismatic websites, and I’ve been hawkishly observing it and import as much as I can from it, but most are just book recommendations for offline-only books that aren’t always easy to import. Ulrich Theobald's China Encyclopedia (Chinaknowledge.de) is a rather good source for Chinese numismatics, but basically only for Song Dynasty paper money and Manchu Qing Dynasty currency, Ulrich Theobald's Chinaknowledge.de does have some good Zhou Dynasty round coins (Huanqian) content, but I’ve imported all and still have not written an independent Wikipedia article about Zhou Dynasty round coins. While I think that Ulrich Theobald's Chinaknowledge.de is an amazing source, it still leaves quite a lot to be desired in the field of Chinese numismatics.
Niv Horesh's (Hebrew: ניב חורש) Academia.edu paper on the monetary history of the Qing Dynasty is another great resource that covers the Manchu Qing Dynasty period. I’ve used Niv Horesh's (Hebrew: ניב חורש) Academia.edu paper on the monetary history of the Qing Dynasty to cover the paper money of the Qing and wanted to use it for coinages too, but for whatever reason Niv Horesh's (Hebrew: ניב חורש) Academia.edu paper on the monetary history of the Qing Dynasty is now inaccessible without a subscription. While I have saved all information about Qing period paper money and banking from Niv Horesh's (Hebrew: ניב חורש) Academia.edu paper on the monetary history of the Qing Dynasty, I did not import the sections about coinages, it (Niv Horesh's (Hebrew: ניב חורש) Academia.edu paper on the monetary history of the Qing Dynasty) also had an informative piece about Japanese cash coins (“Woqian”) circulating in China at the time.
Thankfully I’ve recently discovered some wonderful sources about the monetary history of the late Manchu Qing Dynasty period from the London School of Economics and Political Science, see here:
Which are good for expanding content, in fact I’d state that the London School of Economics and Political Science has been one of the best English-language sources to come out with content about Qing Dynasty coinages from the Xianfeng period onwards and would advise that you would also use these sources on the Mandarin Chinese-language Wikipedia in the future. Xun Yan's London School of Economics and Political Science paper also covers the rise of the 大清銅幣 and the fall of Chinese cash coins. In fact, Xun Yan's London School of Economics and Political Science paper expands this entire section further to 1949 explaining the periods of inflation that had plagued the early Republic of China period. I’m actually still in the process of Xun Yan's London School of Economics and Political Science paper, and because it’s such a huge paper that covers such a wide variety of Chinese numismatic and economic history, I don't expect to be finishing anytime soon.
Additionally there is the Journal of East Asian Numismatics (JEAN), it is in both Mandarin-China and English and has a wide coverage of all Chinese cultural countries (China, Japan, The Ryukyu Islands, Korea, and Vietnam), information about the Journal of East Asian Numismatics (JEAN) can be found here:
All issues of the Journal of East Asian Numismatics (JEAN) are freely available through ISSUU.com and I plan on integrating quite a number of them into Wikipedia once I’m done with the other sources (technically only two (2) academic papers, but they’re two (2) loooooooooooooooooooooong academic papers).
While I hope that you can use the above sources on the Mandarin-Chinese Wikipedia, I am also here to ask you for more sources to use for the English Wikipedia, do you know of any Mandarin-Chinese-language websites about Chinese numismatics that also report on news in archaeological and scholarly finds in this field? I honestly don’t know where to look, and as you seem to be one of the most prolific writers of Chinese history on Wikimedia I reckon that you would know. --討論 🀄) (方孔錢 💴) 2020年4月5日 (日) 12:58 (UTC)(
Can you translate and create the article en:Public holidays in Azerbaijan in Chinese Wikipedia?
我觉得现在这样有点乱，一会中国一会浙江省（因为这个事情很特别，也不知道分到上面两段哪一段，索性单独成段），一会美国法国的，分个章节会更好。如果不分章节的话也可以，但是要稍加改动，加个“在中国大陆，……”“在美国，……”之类的话，段落也得做调整。我非常乐意，但是最近学业忙，暂时没空，所以建议先把章节放回来，我有空了再来想想怎么改。—Rowingbohe♬ （讨论·签名·台州专题） 2020年4月12日 (日) 14:37 (UTC)
Lu Xun and coins编辑
- Can you still edit Wikimedia Commons? Excuse the late reply, I didn't get this notification 🔔 for some weird reason, since late 2018 I occasionally don't see pings on any Wikimedia website.
Digital Postcards and Certifications编辑
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Because of the COVID19 pandemic, there are a lot of countries’ international postal systems not reopened yet. We would like to send all the participants digital postcards and digital certifications for organizers to your email account in the upcoming weeks. For the paper ones, we will track the latest status of the international postal systems of all the countries and hope the postcards and certifications can be delivered to your mailboxes as soon as possible.
Take good care and wish you all the best.
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Wikipedia Asian Month 2020编辑
Hi WAM organizers and participants!
Hope you are all doing well! Now is the time to sign up for Wikipedia Asian Month 2020, which will take place in this November.
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- Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year we hope all the Edit-a-thons are online not physical ones.
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