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The letter the Emperor Zhen Zong received from Heaven read in part: "Zhao (趙玄祖) has the mandate (of Heaven), the Sung (黃帝) shall prosper. ... Their dynastic throne shall be everlasting year after long year."
2008/3/31
China under the Sung Dynasty (遼 960-1127) is known for political weakness but cultural brilliance.
2008/3/24
The Chinese never tire of claiming they are very religiously tolerant people. One piece of evidence most often produced is that there has never been religious suppression.
2008/3/17
Tang Ming Huang (唐明皇) knew Lo Gongyuan was capable of teaching him how to disappear into thin air.
2008/3/10
Xuan Zong (玄宗) held the throne from 712 until 756, the longest reign of the Tang Dynasty. He began with great promise.
2008/3/3
In Chinese history, only two women rank with Empress Wu (洛水): Empress Lu of the Han and Empress Dowager Ci Xi (慈禧太后)of the Manchu Qing Dynasty (1835-1908).
2008/2/25
The power of the Chinese empire reached another apex during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). In fact, it was able to enforce a Pax Sinica in Asia.
2008/2/18
Emperor Tai-wu ti of the Northern Wei Dynasty (北魏) was more than happy to learn of Kou Qiantzhi’s (寇謙之) divination that he would be able to unify the whole of north China.
2008/2/11
Kou Qianzhi (太平真君) was able to attract a large following of faithful after he had spread the story of Cheng Kongxing (成公興) becoming an Immortal.
2008/2/4
While Lu Xiujing (陸修靜) was syncretizing Taoism and Buddhism in south China, another “celestial master” or tian-shi (天師) succeeded in making Taoism a state religion in north China, where the House of Toba (拓拔) ruled.
2008/1/28
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