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-confidence to record their personal experience or considered them irrelevant to literary description. Neo-Confucianism required factuality, as expressed in the tenet yan zhi you wu 言之有物 (speak of what has material substance). At the same time, however, factual detail had to serve wider socio-political and

In: Mountain Rivers, Mountain Roads: Transport in Southwest China, 1700‐1850