Father Yì 甄逸, Yì’s son Yǎn 甄儼, Yǎn’s son Xiàng 甄像, Xiàng’s son Chàng 甄暢.
As promised, The Annals of Wei, our full annotated translation of SGZ 1-4, covering the annals of one posthumous Emperor and five reigning Emperors of Wei, will be releasing March 15, 2020.
In addition to an e-book version, we hope to print high-quality hard copy versions for the collectors out there, and are using a Kickstarter to raise funds/gauge interest. If you are a big fan of the Three Kingdoms era and want a nice hard copy to put on your bookshelf, we highly encourage you to pledge to order one and enjoy 300+ pages, 130,000+ words, 700+ explanatory footnotes, 3 tables, 3 family trees, and 6 maps in tree format.
Fundraising ends February 15, 2020, to make sure we have enough time to print and distribute the hardcover books in time for the March 15 deadline.
Lǐ Fēng 李豐, Xǔ Yǔn 許允, Wáng Jīng 王經