Photos Revisited

Soujausi: troubles left behind/unfinished thingsDuring the Tang dynasty, a poet named Lauh Yuh Sehk (A.D. 772-843) achieved the chisi rank (equal to provincial governor) in Soujau.  There he saw a beautiful girl called Douh Waih Leuhng, who was the minister of public works' concubine.  He wrote her this poem:   She sets her cloudy hair in the most popular style,  The songs which she sings are as soft as spring breezes.  Minister Leih will take it as a very usual thing since he sees her very … [Read more...]