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In by reading the Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee I gained a perspective of the people and culture of China This book showed the analysis of Chinese saw and the background of Chinese history Judge Dee during the Tang Dynasty was a well-known statesman and a magistrate to a town called Chang-Ping He was known to be a famous detective in which he could solve all crimes In the Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee he is faced with three murders which develop throughout the book First of the three murders was the murder of the two silk merchants Second was the sudden death of a young husband and thirdly was the poisoning of a bride in her nuptial chamberAs Judge Dee begins solving the crimes the story unfolds slowly and shows the reader the history of China In the Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee Judge Dee lived in the Tang dynasty During this period one can see how the Chinese authoritative views were strict the laws and punishment which were enforced and what the outlook on the Chinese society was Authority had a strong hold on their community and the people in the town also confined in them to help them and solve crimes The community also knew what the consequences of causing a crime was and that indeed it was wrong to omit a crime Judge Dee and with the help of his associates begins solving the crime through much observation and Judge Dee was very clever He used methods and tools such as going undercover using underground sources interrogation and forensic science to solve his problems It isnt much different today on how we solve crime in the western world We can see the Asian influence in solving crime matters when Judge Dee uses religion ghosts and dreams to solve his crimes Bad luck and superstition such as were also believed If the dead werent buried properly the Chinese felt that the
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