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Who Founded The Sui Dynasty?-Yang Jian

Emperor Wei of the Sui Dynasty ruled China between 541CE and 604CE. He was also known as Wen-Di, and he was born Yang Jian. Emperor Sui was the founder of China’s first Sui Dynasty. Who Was Emperor Yang Jian/ Wen Emperor Wen was one of the most hard-working administrators...

Who Founded The Song Dynasty?

Who was emperor Taizu, what dynasty did he rule in, and what was he known for? Who Was Zhao Kuangyin? Emperor Taizu, known formerly as Zhao Kuangyin of the Grand Ancestorlived and ruled between 960 and 976CE. He was the founder of the Song or the Sung Dynasty that...

Who Founded The Ming Dynasty?

Taking time to understand the Chinese culture means getting yourself acquainted with the names of the important emperors, as well as the dynasties they ruled, and the impact they had on ancient China, as well as modern China. Zhu Yuanzhang was one of the big names from ancient China,...

Who Founded The Tang Dynasty?

Even before the founding of the People’s Republic of China, there have been several paramount leaders that have significantly shaped the history, fates, and fortunes of the nation. Each one of these leaders played a key role in transforming China into the world power that it is today. In...

Who Was First Emperor Of The Han Dynasty?

The People’s Republic of China is rich in civilization, which goes back over four thousand years. There have been many emperors in Chinese history who have had a significant effect on the demographics, governance style, and the culture of China. One of the influential emperors, who fought to maintain...

Who Was The First Female Emperor Of China?

Over the last thousands of years, China has seen the rise of several kingdoms and empires, with rulers who held the title of ‘Emperor’ or ‘King’. At the same time, Chinese historical records identify the rise of powerful female rulers who actively challenged the system of patriarchy that has...

Who Was The First Emperor Of China?

China was ruled by emperors for over 2,000 years. The emperor was authoritative and greatly respected and his words were considered sacred and were obeyed with immediate effect. The Chinese believe that all emperors that shaped the history of China ruled under the ‘mandate of heaven’, which could be...