Wang Lun (王伦) (died November 1, 1774) was the leader of the White Lotus sect
in Shandong province, China in the 1770s. He preached a millenarial ...
that central leadership of the industry was a realistic alternative. She admits that
... Professor Susan Naquin's forte is narrating rebellion from the rebels' point of
view. ... In setting the stage for the uprising, Naquin introduces Wang Lun as a
Wang Lun, the scholar-in-white, who bars other people from revolution, ends up
losing ..... Later, he refuses to allow Chao Kai, a rebel peasant leader, and his ...
His exceptional intelligence took him to the head of a rebel army; he won ... to
overthrow the Ch'ing dynasty, led by Wang Lun, a master of martial arts and
The leader, herbalist and martial artist Wang Lun, led an uprising that ... An
account of Wang Lun's Death was given to Qing authorities by a captured rebel.
Jiulian Baojuan first published. 1573-1643. Period in which the baojuan in
Huang Yupian's collection were written. 1774. Wang Lun rebels in western
Apr 17, 1983 ... ''The Three Leaps of Wang-Lun,'' published in 1915, was ... turned to rage as he
watched the new leaders sell out their followers and reinstate the ... of the
Spartacist rebels and atones for it by renunciation and martyrdom.
In Shantung Rebellion: The Wang Lun Uprising of 1774 (1981), she again used
depositions and other sources, finding illuminating details about the rebel leader
Oct 4, 2012 ... To understand the character Wang Lun, it is necessary to know what the ... many
mountains in the country and each were led by very strong leaders. ... and the
rebels became a force that could match the government forces.
and Wang Qing is rebel leader from Sichuan area (Shu kingdom). I tried to figure
... and then I think I wished to play as Wang Lun, Zeng Tu, Li Zhong, Pei Xuan ...