Myths and Legends of China

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Jih Chi So Chih,” 422 n.

Jointed Snake. Legend of the, 393

Ju Chiao. See Confucianism

Ju-i. ‘As you wish’; precious stone, 134

Ju-lai Fo. Chinese translation of Tathagata, the highest epithet of a Buddha, literally ‘thus come’: “bringing human nature as it really is, with perfect knowledge and high intelligence, he comes and manifests himself”; in the myth of P’an Ku, 78; and Miao Shan (Kuan Yin), 270; rescues Hsüan Chuang, 359

Jung. Tribe with heads of dogs, 20; legend of, 419 sq.

Jupiter. Yü Huang the Chinese, 130; given as a kingdom to Chuang Chou by Shang Ti, 150; and T’ai Sui, 194


Kalpa. A period during which a physical universe is formed and destroyed, 128

K’ang Hsi. Emperor; and Wang Tan, 132

Kao Chio. See Shun-fêng Êrh

Kao Ming. See Ch’ien-li Yen

Khotan. Supposed origin of the Chinese in, 17

King-s. Multiple character of kingship, 28; the king the source of legislation and the administrator of justice, 29; king as high priest, 35; King of Hell, 120; the Four, of Heaven, 142; Four, of the Salt Waters, 212; Four, of the Sweet Waters, 212; as Gods of Medicine, 248; the Dragon-kings, see Dragon-king-s

Kingdom, The Women’s, 391

Kitchen-god. See Tsao Chün

Kite-flying. Season of, 45

Knowledge, 54 sq.

Ko Hung. Author of Shên hsien chuan; inventor of P’an Ku legend, 80

Ko-ai. Daughter of Kuan Yu; and the casting of the great bell of Peking, 396 sq.

Ku, Mr. And the fox-girl, 376 sq.

Kua. Brother of Nü; at foot of K’un-lun Mountains, 82

Kuan Chung. And Pao Shu, the Chinese types of friendship, 383 and n.

Kuan Lo. His connexion with