Jianlüe tuozhu 鑒略妥注 "Proper commentaries to the concise mirror" is a school textbook history of China written in verses. It was compiled by the Ming-period 明 (1368-1644) scholar Li Tingji 李廷機 (1542-1616), courtesy name Erzhang 爾張, from Pujiang 普江 near Quanzhou 泉州, Fujian.
Because the Jianlüe is written in five-syllable verses it is also called Wuzijian 五字鑒 "Five-characters mirror". The original name of the book was Jianlüe. It covers the time from the mythological origins to the beginnings of the Ming period, and describes the most important historical events of each dynastic period.
During the Qing period 清 (1644-1911), it was published by Zou Wutong 鄒梧桐, who enlarged the text by a commentary , so that it is today known with the the title Jinlüe tuozhu. It was one of the most widespread textbooks in elementary schools, side by side with the Sanzijing 三字經, Zengguang xianwen 增廣賢文 and Youxue qionglin 幼學瓊林.