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Jiang Hu (Simplified: 江湖) refers to the world and setting for [[Wuxia]] characters. It literally means "Rivers and Lakes". Jiang Hu folks include swordsmen and others who form their community such as peddlers, medicine-men, beggars, monks and peasants. They exist outside the rule of law. But they have their own unspoken code of honor. They can belong to a sect or martial school or even monastery, but loyalty and honor remains the main values.
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Jiang Hu (Simplified Chinese: 江湖) refers to the world and setting for [[Wuxia]] characters. It literally means "Rivers and Lakes". Jiang Hu folks include swordsmen and others who form their community such as peddlers, medicine-men, beggars, monks and peasants. They exist outside the rule of law. But they have their own unspoken code of honor. They can belong to a sect or martial school or even monastery, but loyalty and honor remains the main values.

Revision as of 06:41, 8 November 2008

Jiang Hu (Simplified Chinese: 江湖) refers to the world and setting for Wuxia characters. It literally means "Rivers and Lakes". Jiang Hu folks include swordsmen and others who form their community such as peddlers, medicine-men, beggars, monks and peasants. They exist outside the rule of law. But they have their own unspoken code of honor. They can belong to a sect or martial school or even monastery, but loyalty and honor remains the main values.