I asked my cousin who Lu pin was and he said he was support. Can't do without a good science lesson!
Who is Lupin?
The other day when I went to a relative's house, my younger cousin was playing King's Glory, using Lu pin 7. When he saw me coming, he couldn't wait to show off his record to me. He was playing an average game and had lost himself in the game. It's a bit of a bummer to see him so addicted to the game when he's only in 6th grade, but there's nothing I can do about it.
I asked him:- "Who made the Lu pin 7?"
"Master Lu pin."
"Do you know Lu pin?"
"Of course, he's the assistant. You see, I have one too." Then start exporting the backstory of Master Lu pin and Lu pin 7 in the game, with additional game play and matching sets.
Good lord, I can't learn, but the game is clear. I thought about it for a while and decided that it wouldn't work and I needed to be "nosy".
So, I told him that the real Lu pin is not what the game says it is.
"So what does it look like?"
Waiting for you is the way, and with a secret joy in my heart, I started studying science with him.
Lu Ban, a native of the state of Lu during the Spring and Autumn Period, was surnames Jo, Gong, and Xian. He was known as a wimp, a wimp-like wimp, and a wimp. He was also known as Gong loser and also as Lu Ban or Lu Ban."
"Wait a minute, you said that a bunch of times, is it called Lu pin Lu pin? Then he has the last name, a surname, a name, and a character. What's his name? Where did he get all this nonsense?" He looked confused as he listened to my presentation.
"The ancients weren't quite like us. Their surnames and first names were a little more complicated than ours are now. I'll tell you about it next time I have the chance. This time, let's just talk about Laban."
"The range of equipment we use in everyday woodworking was invented by Lu Ban, as were some of the objects in our daily lives.
A saw, for example, is said to have been cut by a jagged weed when Lu Ban went into the mountains one day to cut wood. He stopped to take a closer look at this grass. This fine grass could cut through the skin. Why? He held it in his hand and tried it over and over again and found that it cut easily against the teeth of the saw. So he rushed home, experimented repeatedly, and made a saw.
The legend goes that during a competition between Lu Ban and Wen Gong, Lu Ban's ruler was tampered with and sawed off by Wen Gong. When Lu Ban sawed off the wood with his ruler, he realized that Lu Ban had to use a stone pier to fill the insufficient height. I didn't think it was more appropriate and won the contest. So later rulers were based on the length of Lu pin's ruler. It was one foot four inches and four minutes, which in today's units is about 46.08 centimetres long. Later, the Dylan ruler, the inch, and the centimetre were integrated into the lupine ruler, which became our common curved ruler.
The umbrella was also invented by Lu Ban. Legend has it that one day he and his wife were out in a heavy downpour. The two of them ran to a nearby pavilion to take shelter from the rain. The rain kept falling and they waited for a long time. The wife said that it would be nice if there were more pavilions. Hearing this, Lu pin thought about it. When I got home, I made a movable pavilion, an umbrella, in the same way as the pavilion. From then on, people were no longer afraid of getting wet when it rained.
Apart from these, there are many other inventions by Laban, such as the inkwell, the planer, the drill, the chisel, and the spade, as well as the stone mill, the lock, and the well-drilling, which are also essential for every household. There were also ladders and hooks used in warfare. The most amazing invention was the wooden magpie. It is said that Lu Ban made a wooden magpie out of bamboo and wood and it flew in the sky for three days."
"So Lu Ban was such a great man!" My little cousin was amazed at my introduction.
"It's indeed possible that Lu Ban invented the things I mentioned above, but it's not necessarily true. Because a lot of it is legendary and there is no very clear evidence."
"Then why do you say it was Lu Ban who invented it?" My little cousin's eyes were full of confusion.
"Lu pin is more of a symbol of the wisdom of the working people. He must also have been a skilled craftsman who benefited the people, so he has the greatest reputation, and people are represented by him. He is the originator of carpentry and civil architecture in China.
Lu Ban once left behind The Book of Lu Ban, the first book being on Taoism and the second book being on the Great Law and medical incantations. This book is also called Missing a Door. The reason for this name was that Lu Ban cursed the people who studied this book. The consequence is that by studying the contents of this book you will be harmed by one of widowhood, widowhood, loneliness, solitude, or disability.
Legend has it that it was Lu pin who was called to work in the state capital after his marriage. He made a wooden magpie and cast a spell to use it to get home. Once his wife was curious about the test flight but was suddenly born in the air. The charm got on his body and disappeared, so his wife and child fell s together, and Lu pin regretted it. So I cursed all the people in the world who studied the Ruben Book."
My little cousin was enchanted. I looked at the clock and prepared to leave. "If you're interested, I'll tell you something else next time. Although history has passed, it is still worth knowing and exploring. I'm sure you'll love history!"
I think it's a summary of the main points :
1. Lu Ban, a native of the state of Lu during the Spring and Autumn period, surnames Jo, Gong Stu Si, first name Ban, had a virtuous character. He was known as Gong Stu Pan, Gong Stu Like Ban Stu, also known as Gong Stu Z, also known as Lu Pan, or Lu Stu Like, commonly known as Lu Ban.
2. A range of equipment used in our everyday carpentry was invented by Lu Ban, such as the saw, the Lu Ban ruler, the inkwell, the planer, the drill, the chisel, and the spade. In addition, some items in everyday life were invented by Laban, such as umbrellas, stone mills, locks, and well-drilling, which are also essential for every household.
3. Lu pin is more of a symbol of the wisdom of the working people. He must also have been a skilled craftsman who benefited the people, hence his greatest fame and the fact that people are represented by him. He is the originator of carpentry and civil architecture in China.
4. Lu Ban used to leave behind the Book of Lu Ban, the first book of which was Taoism and the second book of great magic and medical incantations. This book is also called "Missing a Door". The reason for this name is that Lu Ban cursed the people who studied this book. The consequence is that by studying the contents of this book, you will be harmed by one of the widows, widowers, loners, solitaries, or cripples.
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