Unification


2022-08-07: [Chinese Article Link In 1210 A.D., a 85-year-old Southern Song poet travels the land and cannot afford to be ill. Before dying, he wrote a poem to his sons: The death of a man is a waste of time, but the tragedy is not the same in Kyushu. People are dead and hundreds have died, but I still have a heartache, and I can't see the unity of the nation. And if one day the royal army recovers the land from the Middle East, don't forget to tell me, your old father, when they sacrifice themselves. He was born on the land to catch the end of the North Song. When he was two years old, the Golden Kingdom was set up by a true woman to destroy the North Song and drink the River Mayhem. For the rest of his life, the land travels as a determined major war group, and the patriotism is saturated throughout his life. But, after his death, the South Song was unable to provide a comfort to a boiling patriotism. Almost all southern Songs, including land travel, are targeted by the territory of the North. But, in fact, if a Song dynasty can cross, it is difficult for him to accept that the Song dynasty is a great dynasty, regardless of whether he goes to Han Dynasty before Song or Yuan Dynasty after Song. The entire Song Dynasty is not a period of reunification. We know that there was Xixia in the North, Xixian in the North and Liao in the North, at least in the case of confrontations between the three countries, and Song King in the South. Thus, historians have brought Tang Dynasty to the middle of the founding of Yuan Dynasty (the tenth to thirteenth centuries A.D.), the fifth generation of ten nations and Song Liaojin, which for about 400 years have been called China's second “North-South” Dynasty. Today, we are talking about the history of China as a whole. You may not believe it. According to the history book, “All nations in the world at the time of war, as far as the soup is concerned, and more than 3,000 nations”, which was sealed at the beginning of the week, “A thousand and eight hundred countries are listed within 5,000 miles”. It means that during the three generations of summer trades, in the middle and middle regions of today's region, Little Bong Linli, at most “All nations” (the numbers must be exaggerated) slowly annexed, annexed and merged, but by the west week 1,800 small countries were divided. It's probably the size of a town, that's a country at the time. By spring and fall, the number and frequency of the country’s destruction had increased. According to statistics, the 43 countries had been eliminated, the 34 had been eliminated, and the 23 countries had been eliminated by Qin, the top three countries on the list. There are many others, such as the destruction of 10 countries, the destruction of 9 countries, the destruction of 7 countries, and so on. Everyone is on the same path as the rise of the annexation. When we enter the warring era, there are only seven of the warring nations that we know well, as well as a dozen small nations. In view of this trend, it is both inevitable and accidental for Qin to destroy the six countries and achieve unity. Unity is inevitable, and it is by chance who will unite. Historians have found that people at the time of the Spring and Fall Wars already have a single idea, which is largely rooted in a cruel living environment. In 651 B.C., at a meeting convened by the First Leader of the Ganges of Spring and Fall, the countries participating in the conference agreed on a pact called “No Insight, No Insight”. What does that mean? It is the agreement of the countries that water works that impede neighbouring countries (e.g. not to use neighbours as a means to drain floods to neighbouring countries) or to artificially impede the flow of food in times of natural disaster (because small countries may require “import” of food in the event of a disaster). China has been a country with a high incidence of natural disasters since ancient times. Historic Huang In-woo's statistics show that in 2117, there were 1621 officially recorded floods and 1392 droughts. In particular, the land where Chinese civilization originates, the Yellow River basin is once again ploughing the earth, sometimes flooding. The management of water has always been a major reality in ancient China. The pact of the Aoi mou meeting is tantamount to creating an EU to deal with the public issues of the time. But, after all, it is not a country, it is in its own best interests, and it is quickly destroyed. It would be better for countries with larger territories to allocate resources and reduce risks within their own countries. Small countries have a real desire to form a united power to manage water and withstand natural disasters. King Liang has asked Meng-zie how can the world be at peace? The answer of Men-zie is as simple as the face: “Stand on one”; it is the unity of the world that will be at peace. This is a very insightful view, and it was very influential at the time. Many of the country's sovereigns joined the group of leaders who wanted to be the "Chancellor of Qin". U.S. historian Weitef has a famous “water theory” that hydro-engineering is the most important part of ancient Chinese agricultural production, but that an efficient, centralized and unified government is needed to build, manage and maintain water-related projects. It is therefore a common need for water management and disaster resilience that has led to the emergence of ancient China from the Hollings to one. If I were to say that I would have the greatest influence on China's reunification of its industries and borders, I would have chosen these three groups — Qin Han, Xiang Tang, Yuan Qing Qing — six. Specifically, Qin, Qin, Qin, and Yuan have completed the unification of China during the break-up period, beginning with the first, second, and third empires, respectively, according to the Empire. The Han, Tang, and Qing Dynasty, respectively, opened up their borders and maximized them in their respective imperial times. For the first time in the history of China, Emperor Qin has completed a grand unified attack, despite all the major trends of the times I have described earlier, but he is well shot with the best shooter. Qin Qin’s unified territory (yellow part) is about one-third of China’s territory today. Moreover, he has built a series of systems and built a series of projects to make unity the norm in China's history. The establishment of centralized powers and the introduction of county and county systems have led to a significant increase in central control over the region. Successive generations that have contributed to China’s reunification have made useful innovations along the system established by the Qin dynasty. After the reunification of the Qin dynasty, in order to maintain centralization, the policy of “cars, books, books, words, etc.” has been adopted. The importance of these policies can be explained by the fact that, in the era of the war nations, the cultural differences among the countries will not be smaller than in Europe today, and that the tracks, clothes, laws, languages, scripts, etc. will not be the same. Following these reunifications, the Qin dynasty, to a large extent, removed the obstacles to communication between the regions, and introduced measures to promote the Confucianism at the time of the Hanwu Emperor, further reducing the cultural differences that had developed during the period, thereby creating a common cultural mentality within China. Therefore, Liang Qi said that China has since “dived from Qin Han, with unity as a normal course and division as a pervert”. In addition, the Qin Qin Emperor's drive, the excavation of a spiritual canal, and the strengthening of inter-regional traffic and communication, thus promoting unity. The subsequent Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qing Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Quei Quei Quei Queueue Quei Quei Quei Quei Queueue Queung Quei Quei Quei Que Queue Que Que Que Que Queue Queueueueueueueue Qi Qi Queueueuee Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Queueueueueueueueueueueueueueueueueue Que Q Qi Qao Qi Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Qi Qiang Qiang Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q The historian Xu Xiaoyun concluded that, “China’s economic system, once formulated, can expand, but it is hard to break. If it is divided into several regional networks, it will return to the whole network. Thus, in China’s history, when the country is divided, the economy is often re-integrated earlier than the regime.” Of course, given the historical conditions at the time, the Qin dynasty’s unified territory represents only about one-third of China’s territory today. The reunification of the first Chinese Empire reached its height during the Hanwu and Han Qing Emperor periods. Not only did the Han Dynasty have its entire territory, but it also extended to the northern part of the Korean peninsula and most of Viet Nam during its plentiful years. Where it was suitable for agricultural production at that time, Han Dynasty almost established its administration. The historian Katsuo said that China's main nation, the Han Dynasty, was called “Han” because of its great importance to China's history and because it laid the foundation for China's unified territory. Xihan, late edition (green part). In China’s history since then, all dynastys have been the object of comparison and reference. Each ruler feels that he can exaggerate the world’s best achievements, and that there must be one ruler’s territory that transcends previous generations. But there are times when unity and division are beyond human control. After Qin Han, there were still two long splits in China's history in the year 2000, each for about 400 years. These are China's two “North-South Koreas”: For the first time, from 189 A.D., when Dong Cheuk entered Changan, when the regime collapsed in East Han, to 589 A.D., when he built up the All-Union Dynasty, China was in a state of fragmentation for the entire four centuries, with the exception of the brief reunification of the midwest for about 20 years (from 280 to the outbreak of the eight kings in 301). The second was the period of five generations of ten nations and Song Liaoqin, which I mentioned at the beginning of my article, the tenth to thirteenth centuries of A.D., which coincided with a period of division and confrontation around four centuries ago. Xu Xu Xuan said that economic integration predates that of the regime. Conversely, if there is a repetition of divisions, it must be the economy’s first problem. In China’s ancient history, the key factor in determining economic well-being is the ratio of people to land. In China’s Economic History, Hajia-King stressed that China has been in a cycle of chaos for two millennia and that its key factor is mainly the proportion of people. In the aftermath of the initial war in the general dynasty, the population suffered a heavy loss, the vastness of the population and the marginal productivity of the labour force, while the cost of violence, such as banditry and uprisings, was also greater, resulting in a high level of production and a low level of violence. The government’s spending on violent repression has been low, and tax revenues have been reduced accordingly, leading to a good political situation. Over time, the number of people has increased, the number of people has decreased, marginal production has declined, and more and more people are risk-taking and engaging in violence. This has further increased government spending on riot control and increased public revenue collection. Cumulatively, the centralized government’s fiscal collapse has led to a division of the dynasty. One small cycle of this process is a change of era, and one large cycle is the two 400 years mentioned above. Of course, climate change is a major cause of the decline in the human face, in addition to conventional factors such as population growth and land-merger. In agricultural societies, an average temperature decline of one or two degrees is enough to destroy the productive base of society as a whole, significantly weakens the country’s economic power and leads to social problems. The most typical example of this is the history of several cases of southern invasion by nomadic peoples, all linked to the global climate. The colder climate has led to the southward movement of the nomadic-farming line, the reduction of the area of arable land in China and the exacerbation of the human scale, which has led to the financial collapse of the so-called central bloc and the division of the dynasty. Moreover, war driven by the coldness of the climate is the same as the division of borders across the globe. After the first century of A.D., both the Great Han Empire of the East and the Roman Empire of the West were attacked southward by nomadic peoples from their respective frontiers, both of which were unable to cope and collapsed, and the borders fell into a period of division. By contrast, the glorious civilization of the Roman Empire disappeared with the fall of the empire, and Europe entered a millennium-long dark medieval century, until the Renaissance of Arts and Culture, when Roman civilization regained its influence on the history of Europe; and China, after 400 years of division and turmoil, was once again united by the Great Dynasty, thus preserving the continuity of civilization. 612 A.D., , In this sense, the positive impact of the Qing Dynasty on China’s history, civilization, and borders cannot be overestimated. But because of the short-lived nature of the Qin Dynasty, many do not see or recognize the importance of this meteor dynasty. In fact, Chen Dynasty is the founder of the Second Reich of China, which has turned China into a united world empire, distinct from a divided Europe. It is a great success for the Chinese to carry on with it. I have previously written articles re-evaluating the Emperor and the Emperor. Simply put, the Emperor has worked well for both Emperors, and the Emperor has achieved China’s political and military reunification, but this reunification is relative mechanical and fragile, and, as stated earlier, the true organic and solid reunification is economic reunification. The construction of the Dayun River not only connects the north and the south, but also profoundly influences China’s political, economic, and geographical landscape for more than a thousand years. The All-Han Han Empire and the Canal has a very specific sentence: The objective situation in my country at the time of the emergence of the second Great Monarchy was somewhat different from that of the first Great Uniting, when the national military, political and economic focus was in the north and the problem was relatively simple. But by the time the second Great Uniting Empire emerged, the military-political focus, while still in the North, had shifted to the South. So, at the same time as the second Great Uniting Empire, a new question arose as to how to link this already shifting economic focus to the military-political focus that remains in the North, so that this great political institution can exercise its flexibility and play its role as much as possible. 741 A.D., Tang Dynasty (green section). Land travel is a sad man. In the end of his life, the whole time did not come out of the second “North-South Dynasty” and he did not see the day when the motherland was united. And his children certainly could not fulfil his dying words: “The King's Master, the Dominus, the Dominus of the House. For it is not from the South Song, which he considers to be the orthodox, but from the Mongolians, who are “crupulous”. His south Song, equally destroyed by the Mongols' horseshoes. I understand the pain of the land travelers, as well as the pain of the heroes who fought to the death of the South Song. But we should distinguish between our admiration for heroism and our understanding of history. From the point of view of China’s reunification, the Song dynasty has never been a homogenous dynasty. Not only does the historians now believe that this was the case at the time. A map of the North Song (green section). In 1234, after the Mongols destroyed the Golden Dynasty, a group of Han civilians gathered to discuss how to write history for the future. Unlike our tradition, the Han people must be hostile to the Golden Dynasty, who live under the Kim Dynasty and have feelings for Liao and Kim Dynasty. In the course of the discussion, a Han man named Motsu said that the Song dynasty had never completed a true “great unity” and that it would be more realistic to recognize the history of Tang dynasty in the framework of the “North-South” dynasty. He stressed that according to historical facts, Kim Dynasty, which occupies two thirds of the Chinese family, has been sitting for more than a year in the Quartet, and that the nephew of the Quartet has given the position of the co-dominant to Kim Dynasty, so that “since the construction of the disease, China does not own it” should be known as the North History and Song as the South Song History. The regime of confrontation in China, 1208 A.D. This view was subsequently accepted by Yuan Dynasty before it was repaired, and the three historys of Song's Liaoxing and King's History stand together, suggesting that the three Koreas are orthodox and not narrowly viewing Song Dynasty only as orthodox. This is important because the Yuan Dynasty itself is not a Han-man-made regime, so it needs and consciously promotes the notion that “orthodox” is a public instrument, not a private property of a certain ethnic group, regardless of any ethnic group, as long as it adheres to China's political, social and ethical values and order, which is the “orthodox” dynasty in China's history. And the Han dynasty founded by Song and Ming still adheres to the orthodox theory of “warfare debate.” This Han orthodox theory is clearly obsolete today. We have always said that China is a united multi-ethnic state, and that this position is shaped by the contribution of the Yuan and the two Qing dynasty. Unlike all the world’s ancient civilized nations, which have been the only ones that have survived thousands of years of civilization and have survived many rounds of growth and decline without breaking apart. Why is China’s civilization so fortunate? We have unilaterally stressed that this is the inclusivity and contemplation of Chinese civilization, and that I can assimilate you, whoever conquerors are. But we also ignore the conquerors who have entered China in history, who themselves share China’s monolithic vision and are willing to join in the struggle for orthodoxity, instead of starting a fight against China’s civilization as soon as I do. In the 24th year of A.D., the Liu Quns sent the Huns to claim allegiance to them. The Huns refused only to say that the Huns had been brothers and that the Huns had helped to calm us, so the Huns called the Huns the kings, and now the Huns have helped the kings, so you are the kings. So, starting with the Huns, the nomadic peoples of the border have come into the preponderant sense of orthodoxity. Later, the so-called “diplomatics” are the sequence in which the ethnic groups have joined the orthodox struggles, and it has nothing to do with chaos. The Hungarians, Liu Yin, were directly and falsely descendants of Liu, establishing the Han regime, raising millions of soldiers, waging a war on water, and a series of subsequent Hananization reforms in North Wei Xiaoventi were intended to compete for legitimacy and to unify China as a whole. If our historical narrative is able to move away from the Han national perspective and re-integrate from the perspective of a multi-ethnic and united China, it is clear that the history of the entry of minorities into China and the fight against the Han national regime for the reunification of China is two sides of the same coin. The German famous Hannob, Faul Haibo, had a very good point to make, and he said: The peoples who created the conquering dynasty in the 10th to 13th century were neither new nor outsiders, whether in Chedan or in Mongolia. They have long been part of the Chinese system and, before and after the establishment of an empire, have attained considerable political and cultural maturity; nor have they been pure nomads, not so-called nomadic empires, engaged in a mixed economy and engaged in large-scale trade activities, which are themselves multi-ethnic, multilingual unions in which the Han are important components. A.D. 1280, G.D. (Green section). According to Fu Haibo, Kiyoyo should also be understood as a conversion within the Chinese system, not as the conquest of China by outsiders. Otherwise, our current multi-ethnic policy cannot explain this historical scene. There are a lot of dust and black on the Internet. But if we are really interested in history, we have to learn to distinguish objectively and to make a clear historical contribution, not to make a difference, or to come into it with a strong national sentiment. I have previously written many articles on the Qing Qing era, and, as with some of the practices of the Ming Emperor, there are criticisms of the practices of the Qing Emperor, in particular the Kanjong Dynasty, such as the writing prison at the time, the control of ideas. We have studied history in order to understand and interpret it more objectively, not to identify and glorify it more subjectively. So I hope that I have always maintained a rational, neutral attitude, critical of that criticism, and certainly positive. In terms of its contribution to China's Greater than China's territory, Ming Dynasty is not as good as Qing Dynasty. The Emperor of the Ming dynasty was proud of his territory and considered himself a great time for the Great One. But the Great One dynasty was clearly ill-known because of the lack of effective jurisdiction over the northern steppe area and the western part. 1582 A.D., Ming Dynasty (coloured part). On the contrary, the Qing Dynasty has not only achieved greater unity on the basis of the Qing Dynasty, but has also developed further in a number of areas, including the way of domination, the concept of domination and so forth. With regard to the land of the frontier: In the south, in the twenty-second year (1683), Qingxie Qing joined the army, Zheng Ke, and Qing Qing Dynasty set up the Taiwan capital under Fujian Province. In the north, Kang Hee fought in three battles with the Kardans, the Kardans lost their lives, and the interior and the interior of Mongolia were completely united in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Moreover, in the twenty-eighth year (1689), Kon Hee Qing signed the Treaty between China and Russia, which established the border between China and the eastern part of the Russian Federation. In the north-west, after the three long marches of Kanxi, Jinzheng, and Kanlong, the Qing Dynasty ended in 22 years (1757) with the pacifying of the para-Gal, consolidating the rule of the Mongols and other ethnic blocs in the north of Tianshan. Two years later, the rebellion of Qing and Cheuk settled and eventually united the north and south of Tianshan. In the Tibetan region, in 59 years (1720), Kang Hee, who has been in hiding, completed the history of the rule of Tibet by Mongolian forces, such as Sout and Brigadier-Gal, and officially included Tibet in the map of the Qing Dynasty. Over 13 million square kilometres of the total land area of the Qing Dynasty were located throughout the country, with 18 provinces, five Generals' districts, namely, Seongjing, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Ipiao, Uriyasu, and the banners of the Secretary of State in the United Kingdom, the Secretary of State in Sining and Mongolia. With regard to modalities of domination: Different administrative systems have been set up in accordance with the social organization of the peoples of the border regions. In the north-east, there is a separation of arms and people under the military regime. In the region of Mongolia, the system of flags has been implemented, parts of Mongolia have been divided and governed, and the relationship has been strengthened by the granting of titles, political unions, the city of Chongryon and Tibetan Buddhism. In the Xinjiang region, General Shiji plough is in charge of the north and south of Tianshan, and the military system is dominated by a rule system complemented by county, allied flag and self-restraint. In the Tibet region, the central Government's management of Tibet has been strengthened by the establishment of a Secretary of State in the Tibet region, the promulgation of the Charter of Chin and the creation of the “Golden Bottle Locker” system. In the south-west, indirect rule was initially carried out using the upper echelons of the local ethnic group, following the euphemism of the future, and, in the run-up to the current period, “repatriation” was implemented, replacing the sous-préfecture with a drifter, who was placed under the direct authority of the Central Dynasty. The map of the Qing Dynasty under the direct control of the central Government goes beyond any dynasty in history. A.D. 1820, Qing Dynasty. Because the Qing Dynasty was not a regime established by the Han, the rulers were very concerned about the legality of the rule and strongly opposed the “false debate” and argued for the “frozen family”. It is also in the Qing Dynasty that the Great Wall really lost its role of shielding farming from nomadic communities and accelerating the historical process of “integration” in the frontier and interior. The change in Qing Dynasty's perception of the ruler and the experience of border rule have eventually led to the formation of a single China. Today, historians define China’s historical boundaries, largely on the basis of the great Qing Dynasty. It is hard to imagine when the formation of our unified multi-ethnic state would have been delayed without the Qing Dynasty. After 1840, as the situation in the world changed, the Qing Dynasty was dragged into the state of compensation, which was the main reason why the late Qing Dynasty had become a bitter history and that the Qing Dynasty had eventually been blacked out. It is true that Qing Dynasty has made some effective efforts to cope with this loss. In defending the border, the most typical approach is to allow the movement of people, which greatly enhances the breadth and depth of integration of the border peoples with the Han. According to statistics, there are a large number of immigrants from China and China from the beginning to the middle of the Qing Luang Dynasty. There are at least 1.5 million immigrants in the north-east of China, about 1,000,000 in Mongolia, about 500,000 in Xinjiang, between 20,000 and 3 million in Yunnan and Guangxi, and about 1.5 million in Taiwan. This large-scale immigration is significant. By 1931, when the events of 1918 changed, Japan’s aggressors were facing our 30,000,000 fellow citizens in the north-east and were able to create a puppet and create a pseudo-Manchuria. Taiwan, too, was able to return safely to China 50 years after Japan’s colonization in 1895, when a large number of settlers moved to Taiwan. What would Taiwan have done if it had not been encouraged to do so for 50 years after Japan’s colonization? The time has come for all of us to join forces, and it is not free to send heroes. It is hoped that you will be able to judge more calmly the work and the past of a dynasty. And our ultimate goal is to achieve the unity of China, which is ultimately an answer to history. After the full text, thank you for your patience and a little "Look at it" so I know you're looking at it. References: Tan Qian: Atlas of the History of China, China Map Press, 1996 Fai Hsiao-tung: " A model of diversity among the Chinese nation ", Central National University Press, 1999 "Unity and Fragmentation: The Apocalypse of the History of China", Business Gallery, 2013 Ho Jiaxing: The History of China's Economy, New Star Publishing House, 2008 "How to Know the Divide and Reunification of the Middle World in the 10th to 13th Century ", History Monthly, No. 6, 2019 The favorite book of history is today's special price. 50 drops per 100, click on it. Psst.


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2022-08-07: [Article Link In 1210 A.D., a 85-year-old Southern Song poet travels the land and cannot afford to be ill. Before dying, he wrote a poem to his sons: The death of a man is a waste of time, but the tragedy is not the same in Kyushu. People are dead and hundreds have died, but I still have a heartache, and I can't see the unity of the nation. And if one day the royal army recovers the land from the Middle East, don't forget to tell me, your old father, when they sacrifice themselves. He was born on the land to catch the end of the North Song. When he was two years old, the Golden Kingdom was set up by a true woman to destroy the North Song and drink the River Mayhem. For the rest of his life, the land travels as a determined major war group, and the patriotism is saturated throughout his life. But, after his death, the South Song was unable to provide a comfort to a boiling patriotism. Almost all southern Songs, including land travel, are targeted by the territory of the North. But, in fact, if a Song dynasty can cross, it is difficult for him to accept that the Song dynasty is a great dynasty, regardless of whether he goes to Han Dynasty before Song or Yuan Dynasty after Song. The entire Song Dynasty is not a period of reunification. We know that there was Xixia in the North, Xixian in the North and Liao in the North, at least in the case of confrontations between the three countries, and Song King in the South. Thus, historians have brought Tang Dynasty to the middle of the founding of Yuan Dynasty (the tenth to thirteenth centuries A.D.), the fifth generation of ten nations and Song Liaojin, which for about 400 years have been called China's second “North-South” Dynasty. Today, we are talking about the history of China as a whole. You may not believe it. According to the history book, “All nations in the world at the time of war, as far as the soup is concerned, and more than 3,000 nations”, which was sealed at the beginning of the week, “A thousand and eight hundred countries are listed within 5,000 miles”. It means that during the three generations of summer trades, in the middle and middle regions of today's region, Little Bong Linli, at most “All nations” (the numbers must be exaggerated) slowly annexed, annexed and merged, but by the west week 1,800 small countries were divided. It's probably the size of a town, that's a country at the time. By spring and fall, the number and frequency of the country’s destruction had increased. According to statistics, the 43 countries had been eliminated, the 34 had been eliminated, and the 23 countries had been eliminated by Qin, the top three countries on the list. There are many others, such as the destruction of 10 countries, the destruction of 9 countries, the destruction of 7 countries, and so on. Everyone is on the same path as the rise of the annexation. When we enter the warring era, there are only seven of the warring nations that we know well, as well as a dozen small nations. In view of this trend, it is both inevitable and accidental for Qin to destroy the six countries and achieve unity. Unity is inevitable, and it is by chance who will unite. Historians have found that people at the time of the Spring and Fall Wars already have a single idea, which is largely rooted in a cruel living environment. In 651 B.C., at a meeting convened by the First Leader of the Ganges of Spring and Fall, the countries participating in the conference agreed on a pact called “No Insight, No Insight”. What does that mean? It is the agreement of the countries that water works that impede neighbouring countries (e.g. not to use neighbours as a means to drain floods to neighbouring countries) or to artificially impede the flow of food in times of natural disaster (because small countries may require “import” of food in the event of a disaster). China has been a country with a high incidence of natural disasters since ancient times. Historic Huang In-woo's statistics show that in 2117, there were 1621 officially recorded floods and 1392 droughts. In particular, the land where Chinese civilization originates, the Yellow River basin is once again ploughing the earth, sometimes flooding. The management of water has always been a major reality in ancient China. The pact of the Aoi mou meeting is tantamount to creating an EU to deal with the public issues of the time. But, after all, it is not a country, it is in its own best interests, and it is quickly destroyed. It would be better for countries with larger territories to allocate resources and reduce risks within their own countries. Small countries have a real desire to form a united power to manage water and withstand natural disasters. King Liang has asked Meng-zie how can the world be at peace? The answer of Men-zie is as simple as the face: “Stand on one”; it is the unity of the world that will be at peace. This is a very insightful view, and it was very influential at the time. Many of the country's sovereigns joined the group of leaders who wanted to be the "Chancellor of Qin". U.S. historian Weitef has a famous “water theory” that hydro-engineering is the most important part of ancient Chinese agricultural production, but that an efficient, centralized and unified government is needed to build, manage and maintain water-related projects. It is therefore a common need for water management and disaster resilience that has led to the emergence of ancient China from the Hollings to one. If I were to say that I would have the greatest influence on China's reunification of its industries and borders, I would have chosen these three groups — Qin Han, Xiang Tang, Yuan Qing Qing — six. Specifically, Qin, Qin, Qin, and Yuan have completed the unification of China during the break-up period, beginning with the first, second, and third empires, respectively, according to the Empire. The Han, Tang, and Qing Dynasty, respectively, opened up their borders and maximized them in their respective imperial times. For the first time in the history of China, Emperor Qin has completed a grand unified attack, despite all the major trends of the times I have described earlier, but he is well shot with the best shooter. Qin Qin’s unified territory (yellow part) is about one-third of China’s territory today. Moreover, he has built a series of systems and built a series of projects to make unity the norm in China's history. The establishment of centralized powers and the introduction of county and county systems have led to a significant increase in central control over the region. Successive generations that have contributed to China’s reunification have made useful innovations along the system established by the Qin dynasty. After the reunification of the Qin dynasty, in order to maintain centralization, the policy of “cars, books, books, words, etc.” has been adopted. The importance of these policies can be explained by the fact that, in the era of the war nations, the cultural differences among the countries will not be smaller than in Europe today, and that the tracks, clothes, laws, languages, scripts, etc. will not be the same. Following these reunifications, the Qin dynasty, to a large extent, removed the obstacles to communication between the regions, and introduced measures to promote the Confucianism at the time of the Hanwu Emperor, further reducing the cultural differences that had developed during the period, thereby creating a common cultural mentality within China. Therefore, Liang Qi said that China has since “dived from Qin Han, with unity as a normal course and division as a pervert”. In addition, the Qin Qin Emperor's drive, the excavation of a spiritual canal, and the strengthening of inter-regional traffic and communication, thus promoting unity. The subsequent Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qing Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Qin Quei Quei Quei Queueue Quei Quei Quei Quei Queueue Queung Quei Quei Quei Que Queue Que Que Que Que Queue Queueueueueueueue Qi Qi Queueueuee Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Qi Queueueueueueueueueueueueueueueueueue Que Q Qi Qao Qi Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Qi Qiang Qiang Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Qi Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q The historian Xu Xiaoyun concluded that, “China’s economic system, once formulated, can expand, but it is hard to break. If it is divided into several regional networks, it will return to the whole network. Thus, in China’s history, when the country is divided, the economy is often re-integrated earlier than the regime.” Of course, given the historical conditions at the time, the Qin dynasty’s unified territory represents only about one-third of China’s territory today. The reunification of the first Chinese Empire reached its height during the Hanwu and Han Qing Emperor periods. Not only did the Han Dynasty have its entire territory, but it also extended to the northern part of the Korean peninsula and most of Viet Nam during its plentiful years. Where it was suitable for agricultural production at that time, Han Dynasty almost established its administration. The historian Katsuo said that China's main nation, the Han Dynasty, was called “Han” because of its great importance to China's history and because it laid the foundation for China's unified territory. Xihan, late edition (green part). In China’s history since then, all dynastys have been the object of comparison and reference. Each ruler feels that he can exaggerate the world’s best achievements, and that there must be one ruler’s territory that transcends previous generations. But there are times when unity and division are beyond human control. After Qin Han, there were still two long splits in China's history in the year 2000, each for about 400 years. These are China's two “North-South Koreas”: For the first time, from 189 A.D., when Dong Cheuk entered Changan, when the regime collapsed in East Han, to 589 A.D., when he built up the All-Union Dynasty, China was in a state of fragmentation for the entire four centuries, with the exception of the brief reunification of the midwest for about 20 years (from 280 to the outbreak of the eight kings in 301). The second was the period of five generations of ten nations and Song Liaoqin, which I mentioned at the beginning of my article, the tenth to thirteenth centuries of A.D., which coincided with a period of division and confrontation around four centuries ago. Xu Xu Xuan said that economic integration predates that of the regime. Conversely, if there is a repetition of divisions, it must be the economy’s first problem. In China’s ancient history, the key factor in determining economic well-being is the ratio of people to land. In China’s Economic History, Hajia-King stressed that China has been in a cycle of chaos for two millennia and that its key factor is mainly the proportion of people. In the aftermath of the initial war in the general dynasty, the population suffered a heavy loss, the vastness of the population and the marginal productivity of the labour force, while the cost of violence, such as banditry and uprisings, was also greater, resulting in a high level of production and a low level of violence. The government’s spending on violent repression has been low, and tax revenues have been reduced accordingly, leading to a good political situation. Over time, the number of people has increased, the number of people has decreased, marginal production has declined, and more and more people are risk-taking and engaging in violence. This has further increased government spending on riot control and increased public revenue collection. Cumulatively, the centralized government’s fiscal collapse has led to a division of the dynasty. One small cycle of this process is a change of era, and one large cycle is the two 400 years mentioned above. Of course, climate change is a major cause of the decline in the human face, in addition to conventional factors such as population growth and land-merger. In agricultural societies, an average temperature decline of one or two degrees is enough to destroy the productive base of society as a whole, significantly weakens the country’s economic power and leads to social problems. The most typical example of this is the history of several cases of southern invasion by nomadic peoples, all linked to the global climate. The colder climate has led to the southward movement of the nomadic-farming line, the reduction of the area of arable land in China and the exacerbation of the human scale, which has led to the financial collapse of the so-called central bloc and the division of the dynasty. Moreover, war driven by the coldness of the climate is the same as the division of borders across the globe. After the first century of A.D., both the Great Han Empire of the East and the Roman Empire of the West were attacked southward by nomadic peoples from their respective frontiers, both of which were unable to cope and collapsed, and the borders fell into a period of division. By contrast, the glorious civilization of the Roman Empire disappeared with the fall of the empire, and Europe entered a millennium-long dark medieval century, until the Renaissance of Arts and Culture, when Roman civilization regained its influence on the history of Europe; and China, after 400 years of division and turmoil, was once again united by the Great Dynasty, thus preserving the continuity of civilization. 612 A.D., , In this sense, the positive impact of the Qing Dynasty on China’s history, civilization, and borders cannot be overestimated. But because of the short-lived nature of the Qin Dynasty, many do not see or recognize the importance of this meteor dynasty. In fact, Chen Dynasty is the founder of the Second Reich of China, which has turned China into a united world empire, distinct from a divided Europe. It is a great success for the Chinese to carry on with it. I have previously written articles re-evaluating the Emperor and the Emperor. Simply put, the Emperor has worked well for both Emperors, and the Emperor has achieved China’s political and military reunification, but this reunification is relative mechanical and fragile, and, as stated earlier, the true organic and solid reunification is economic reunification. The construction of the Dayun River not only connects the north and the south, but also profoundly influences China’s political, economic, and geographical landscape for more than a thousand years. The All-Han Han Empire and the Canal has a very specific sentence: The objective situation in my country at the time of the emergence of the second Great Monarchy was somewhat different from that of the first Great Uniting, when the national military, political and economic focus was in the north and the problem was relatively simple. But by the time the second Great Uniting Empire emerged, the military-political focus, while still in the North, had shifted to the South. So, at the same time as the second Great Uniting Empire, a new question arose as to how to link this already shifting economic focus to the military-political focus that remains in the North, so that this great political institution can exercise its flexibility and play its role as much as possible. 741 A.D., Tang Dynasty (green section). Land travel is a sad man. In the end of his life, the whole time did not come out of the second “North-South Dynasty” and he did not see the day when the motherland was united. And his children certainly could not fulfil his dying words: “The King's Master, the Dominus, the Dominus of the House. For it is not from the South Song, which he considers to be the orthodox, but from the Mongolians, who are “crupulous”. His south Song, equally destroyed by the Mongols' horseshoes. I understand the pain of the land travelers, as well as the pain of the heroes who fought to the death of the South Song. But we should distinguish between our admiration for heroism and our understanding of history. From the point of view of China’s reunification, the Song dynasty has never been a homogenous dynasty. Not only does the historians now believe that this was the case at the time. A map of the North Song (green section). In 1234, after the Mongols destroyed the Golden Dynasty, a group of Han civilians gathered to discuss how to write history for the future. Unlike our tradition, the Han people must be hostile to the Golden Dynasty, who live under the Kim Dynasty and have feelings for Liao and Kim Dynasty. In the course of the discussion, a Han man named Motsu said that the Song dynasty had never completed a true “great unity” and that it would be more realistic to recognize the history of Tang dynasty in the framework of the “North-South” dynasty. He stressed that according to historical facts, Kim Dynasty, which occupies two thirds of the Chinese family, has been sitting for more than a year in the Quartet, and that the nephew of the Quartet has given the position of the co-dominant to Kim Dynasty, so that “since the construction of the disease, China does not own it” should be known as the North History and Song as the South Song History. The regime of confrontation in China, 1208 A.D. This view was subsequently accepted by Yuan Dynasty before it was repaired, and the three historys of Song's Liaoxing and King's History stand together, suggesting that the three Koreas are orthodox and not narrowly viewing Song Dynasty only as orthodox. This is important because the Yuan Dynasty itself is not a Han-man-made regime, so it needs and consciously promotes the notion that “orthodox” is a public instrument, not a private property of a certain ethnic group, regardless of any ethnic group, as long as it adheres to China's political, social and ethical values and order, which is the “orthodox” dynasty in China's history. And the Han dynasty founded by Song and Ming still adheres to the orthodox theory of “warfare debate.” This Han orthodox theory is clearly obsolete today. We have always said that China is a united multi-ethnic state, and that this position is shaped by the contribution of the Yuan and the two Qing dynasty. Unlike all the world’s ancient civilized nations, which have been the only ones that have survived thousands of years of civilization and have survived many rounds of growth and decline without breaking apart. Why is China’s civilization so fortunate? We have unilaterally stressed that this is the inclusivity and contemplation of Chinese civilization, and that I can assimilate you, whoever conquerors are. But we also ignore the conquerors who have entered China in history, who themselves share China’s monolithic vision and are willing to join in the struggle for orthodoxity, instead of starting a fight against China’s civilization as soon as I do. In the 24th year of A.D., the Liu Quns sent the Huns to claim allegiance to them. The Huns refused only to say that the Huns had been brothers and that the Huns had helped to calm us, so the Huns called the Huns the kings, and now the Huns have helped the kings, so you are the kings. So, starting with the Huns, the nomadic peoples of the border have come into the preponderant sense of orthodoxity. Later, the so-called “diplomatics” are the sequence in which the ethnic groups have joined the orthodox struggles, and it has nothing to do with chaos. The Hungarians, Liu Yin, were directly and falsely descendants of Liu, establishing the Han regime, raising millions of soldiers, waging a war on water, and a series of subsequent Hananization reforms in North Wei Xiaoventi were intended to compete for legitimacy and to unify China as a whole. If our historical narrative is able to move away from the Han national perspective and re-integrate from the perspective of a multi-ethnic and united China, it is clear that the history of the entry of minorities into China and the fight against the Han national regime for the reunification of China is two sides of the same coin. The German famous Hannob, Faul Haibo, had a very good point to make, and he said: The peoples who created the conquering dynasty in the 10th to 13th century were neither new nor outsiders, whether in Chedan or in Mongolia. They have long been part of the Chinese system and, before and after the establishment of an empire, have attained considerable political and cultural maturity; nor have they been pure nomads, not so-called nomadic empires, engaged in a mixed economy and engaged in large-scale trade activities, which are themselves multi-ethnic, multilingual unions in which the Han are important components. A.D. 1280, G.D. (Green section). According to Fu Haibo, Kiyoyo should also be understood as a conversion within the Chinese system, not as the conquest of China by outsiders. Otherwise, our current multi-ethnic policy cannot explain this historical scene. There are a lot of dust and black on the Internet. But if we are really interested in history, we have to learn to distinguish objectively and to make a clear historical contribution, not to make a difference, or to come into it with a strong national sentiment. I have previously written many articles on the Qing Qing era, and, as with some of the practices of the Ming Emperor, there are criticisms of the practices of the Qing Emperor, in particular the Kanjong Dynasty, such as the writing prison at the time, the control of ideas. We have studied history in order to understand and interpret it more objectively, not to identify and glorify it more subjectively. So I hope that I have always maintained a rational, neutral attitude, critical of that criticism, and certainly positive. In terms of its contribution to China's Greater than China's territory, Ming Dynasty is not as good as Qing Dynasty. The Emperor of the Ming dynasty was proud of his territory and considered himself a great time for the Great One. But the Great One dynasty was clearly ill-known because of the lack of effective jurisdiction over the northern steppe area and the western part. 1582 A.D., Ming Dynasty (coloured part). On the contrary, the Qing Dynasty has not only achieved greater unity on the basis of the Qing Dynasty, but has also developed further in a number of areas, including the way of domination, the concept of domination and so forth. With regard to the land of the frontier: In the south, in the twenty-second year (1683), Qingxie Qing joined the army, Zheng Ke, and Qing Qing Dynasty set up the Taiwan capital under Fujian Province. In the north, Kang Hee fought in three battles with the Kardans, the Kardans lost their lives, and the interior and the interior of Mongolia were completely united in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Moreover, in the twenty-eighth year (1689), Kon Hee Qing signed the Treaty between China and Russia, which established the border between China and the eastern part of the Russian Federation. In the north-west, after the three long marches of Kanxi, Jinzheng, and Kanlong, the Qing Dynasty ended in 22 years (1757) with the pacifying of the para-Gal, consolidating the rule of the Mongols and other ethnic blocs in the north of Tianshan. Two years later, the rebellion of Qing and Cheuk settled and eventually united the north and south of Tianshan. In the Tibetan region, in 59 years (1720), Kang Hee, who has been in hiding, completed the history of the rule of Tibet by Mongolian forces, such as Sout and Brigadier-Gal, and officially included Tibet in the map of the Qing Dynasty. Over 13 million square kilometres of the total land area of the Qing Dynasty were located throughout the country, with 18 provinces, five Generals' districts, namely, Seongjing, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Ipiao, Uriyasu, and the banners of the Secretary of State in the United Kingdom, the Secretary of State in Sining and Mongolia. With regard to modalities of domination: Different administrative systems have been set up in accordance with the social organization of the peoples of the border regions. In the north-east, there is a separation of arms and people under the military regime. In the region of Mongolia, the system of flags has been implemented, parts of Mongolia have been divided and governed, and the relationship has been strengthened by the granting of titles, political unions, the city of Chongryon and Tibetan Buddhism. In the Xinjiang region, General Shiji plough is in charge of the north and south of Tianshan, and the military system is dominated by a rule system complemented by county, allied flag and self-restraint. In the Tibet region, the central Government's management of Tibet has been strengthened by the establishment of a Secretary of State in the Tibet region, the promulgation of the Charter of Chin and the creation of the “Golden Bottle Locker” system. In the south-west, indirect rule was initially carried out using the upper echelons of the local ethnic group, following the euphemism of the future, and, in the run-up to the current period, “repatriation” was implemented, replacing the sous-préfecture with a drifter, who was placed under the direct authority of the Central Dynasty. The map of the Qing Dynasty under the direct control of the central Government goes beyond any dynasty in history. A.D. 1820, Qing Dynasty. Because the Qing Dynasty was not a regime established by the Han, the rulers were very concerned about the legality of the rule and strongly opposed the “false debate” and argued for the “frozen family”. It is also in the Qing Dynasty that the Great Wall really lost its role of shielding farming from nomadic communities and accelerating the historical process of “integration” in the frontier and interior. The change in Qing Dynasty's perception of the ruler and the experience of border rule have eventually led to the formation of a single China. Today, historians define China’s historical boundaries, largely on the basis of the great Qing Dynasty. It is hard to imagine when the formation of our unified multi-ethnic state would have been delayed without the Qing Dynasty. After 1840, as the situation in the world changed, the Qing Dynasty was dragged into the state of compensation, which was the main reason why the late Qing Dynasty had become a bitter history and that the Qing Dynasty had eventually been blacked out. It is true that Qing Dynasty has made some effective efforts to cope with this loss. In defending the border, the most typical approach is to allow the movement of people, which greatly enhances the breadth and depth of integration of the border peoples with the Han. According to statistics, there are a large number of immigrants from China and China from the beginning to the middle of the Qing Luang Dynasty. There are at least 1.5 million immigrants in the north-east of China, about 1,000,000 in Mongolia, about 500,000 in Xinjiang, between 20,000 and 3 million in Yunnan and Guangxi, and about 1.5 million in Taiwan. This large-scale immigration is significant. By 1931, when the events of 1918 changed, Japan’s aggressors were facing our 30,000,000 fellow citizens in the north-east and were able to create a puppet and create a pseudo-Manchuria. Taiwan, too, was able to return safely to China 50 years after Japan’s colonization in 1895, when a large number of settlers moved to Taiwan. What would Taiwan have done if it had not been encouraged to do so for 50 years after Japan’s colonization? The time has come for all of us to join forces, and it is not free to send heroes. It is hoped that you will be able to judge more calmly the work and the past of a dynasty. And our ultimate goal is to achieve the unity of China, which is ultimately an answer to history. After the full text, thank you for your patience and a little "Look at it" so I know you're looking at it. References: Tan Qian: Atlas of the History of China, China Map Press, 1996 Fai Hsiao-tung: " A model of diversity among the Chinese nation ", Central National University Press, 1999 "Unity and Fragmentation: The Apocalypse of the History of China", Business Gallery, 2013 Ho Jiaxing: The History of China's Economy, New Star Publishing House, 2008 "How to Know the Divide and Reunification of the Middle World in the 10th to 13th Century ", History Monthly, No. 6, 2019 The favorite book of history is today's special price. 50 drops per 100, click on it. Psst.

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