Oppugning the fallacy of "Zheng Jing Was an Activist of Taiwan Independence": Evidences from Collection of Dongbi Building
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【中文摘要】某些"台独"学者为了替自己寻找历史根据而称郑经在台湾"独立建国";中国大陆也有人"以古鉴今"而说郑经是分裂国家的"台独分子"。对此,不断有学者依据史料加以质疑和辩驳。近年新发现的郑经《东壁楼集》中的近五百首诗,呈现一位继承其父郑成功遗志和"遗民忠义精神",始终奉明正朔,矢志抗清复土,时而孤独消沉,时而慷慨激昂的抒情主人公形象。这是郑经并非"台独分子"的佐证。对历史人物的判断要慎重,与某些"台独"学者针锋相对地争夺对历史、文化的阐释权是不容忽视的。【英文摘要】In order to find historical evidence for themselves, the faction of "Taiwan Independence" claim that Zheng Jing once established an independent state in Taiwan. Some persons in the mainland use the past for the present, saying that Zheng Jing was a national splittist and an activist of "Taiwan Independence". Based on historical evidences, scholars are questioning and disputing this statement. Recently, nearly 500 poems have been found in Zheng Jing s Collection of Dongbi Building, which shows that the poet. sometimes lonely and depressed and sometimes impassioned , inherited unfulfilled ideal and loyalty of his father Zheng Chenggong. He insisted that Ming dynasty was the only imperial court, resisted Qing dynasty and hoped that one day he could regain the lost land. All these prove that Zheng Jing was not an activist of“Taiwan independence”. We should be prudent when evaluating historical personals and should not ignore the right to historical and cultural interpretation against the fallacy of “Taiwan Independence”.
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