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  Emperor Shang of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Han Shang-ti, (early 106 - August or September 106) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty and the fifth emperor of the Chinese Eastern Han Dynasty.
Because Emperor He had, during his reign, frequently lost sons due to illnesses in childhood, according to the superstitutions of the time, both Prince Long and his older brother Prince Sheng were given to foster parents outside the palace to nurture.
Emperor Shang, having died as a toddler, was not given a separate tomb, as is customary for emperors.
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 Emperor An of Han - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Han An-ti, (94-125) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty and the sixth emperor of the Eastern Han period ruling from 106 to 125.
When her infant stepson Emperor Shang succeeded to the throne in 106, Empress Dowager Deng kept the eventual Emepror An, Prince Hu, then 12, in the capital Luoyang as the successor to the throne as insurance against the infant emperor's death.
After Emperor An ascended the throne, however, the real power remained in Empress Dowager Deng's hands, and Emperor An's parents Prince Qing and Consort Geng (who was sent by Empress Dowager Deng to join her husband in the Principality of Qinghe, in modern central Hebei) appeared to have no influence on the administration.
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 NTU Info Centre: Han Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The western-eastern Han convention is used nowadays to avoid confusion with the Later Han Dynasty of the [[Period of the Five Dynasties and the Ten Kingdoms]] although the former-later nomenclature was used in history texts including [[Sima Guang]]'s ''[[Zizhi Tongjian]]''.
Emperor Wu decided that Taoism was no longer suitable for China, and officially declared China to be a [[Confucian]] state; however, like the emperors before him, he combined Legalist methods with the [[ConfucianismConfucian]] ideal.
Han court officials who attempted to strip lands out of the landlords faced such enormous resistance that their policies would never be put in to place.
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 Emperor An of Han China
Emperor An of Han China, ch 漢安帝;, py.
Han An-ti, (94-125) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty.
Empress dowager Deng raised Liu Hu (劉祜 Líu Hù), the twelve-year old cousin of Shangdi and future Emperor Han Aidi, in the palace as the successor to the throne as insurance against the baby emperor's death.
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 Emperor_Han_Shangdi_of_China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Han Shang-ti, (late October or early November 105 - August or September 106) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty and the fifth emperor of the Chinese Eastern Han Dynasty.
Empress dowager Deng also raised Liu Hu (劉祜 Líu Hù), the twelve-year old cousin of Shangdi and future Emperor Han Aidi, in the palace as the successor to the throne as insurance against the baby emperor's death.
Liu Hu ascended to the throne when Shangdi passed away in August or September 106; however, Dowager Deng still remained as the regent.
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 TungHan.htm
Liu Hsiu (Kuang-wu ti) of heir of Han Dynasty contested and fought against the emperor and became the emperor.
Han dynasty was weakened by internal conflict and external invasions by Tartars in the north.
Liu Pie, a legitimate member of the Han dynasty established himself in Szechuan Province as an Emperor of the Shu-Han Dynasty.
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 Han Dynasty - China History - China
During this "pseudo-Taoism era", a stable centralized government over China was established through revival of the agriculture sectors and fragmentations of "feudal states" after the suppression of the Rebellion of the seven states.
From 138 BC, Emperor Wu also dispatched Zhang Qian twice as his envoy to the Western Regions, and in the process pioneered the route known as the Silk Road from Chang'an (today's Xi'an, Shaanxi Province), through Xinjiang and Central Asia, and on to the east coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
After 200 years, Han rule was interrupted briefly during AD 9-24 by Wang Mang, a reformer and a member of the landholding families.
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 Women in power Year 1-500
After the death of Emperor He, she announced that he had left two young sons who had been brought up outside the palace, but that the elder brother, Liu Sheng, was suffering from an incurable illness and was unfit to rule.
Emperor Huan came of age in 148, but she maintained her regency, on the grounds of the disturbances in the empire.
As the emperor's mother, with the title Iulia Soaemias Augusta, she played a great role in government and administration and was infact the de facto ruler of Rome, since her son was concerned mainly with religious matters.
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 Emperor Shang of Han China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Emperor Shang of Han China, ch 漢殤帝;, py.
Deng also brought up Liu Hu (劉祜 Líu Hù), twelve-year-old cousin of Shangdi and future Han Aidi, in the palace to be the successor of the throne in case of anything happened to the baby emperor.
A decree by Deng during this reign shed light on bureaucratic inefficiency.
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 Emperor An of Han China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Han An-ti, (94-125) was an emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty and the sixth emperor of the Eastern Han period ruling from 106 AD to 125 AD.
Empress dowager Deng raised Liu Hu (劉祜 Líu Hù), the twelve-year old cousin of Shangdi and future Emperor Han Andi, in the palace as the successor to the throne as insurance against the baby emperor's death.
Liu Hu ascended to the throne when Shangdi passed away in August or September 106 AD; however, Dowager Deng still remained as the regent until her death in 121 AD.
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 Hanfu Forum - Traditional Han Chinese Clothing: The World of Thought in the Han Dynasty a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
During the Han dynasty, the classical philosophies of Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism merged with theories of numerical correspondence and cosmic resonance to produce an intellectual synthesis that exerted a major influence on the political culture and institutions of later dynasties as well.
It was the emperor's responsibility to see that all official music was in proper pitch, and emperors sometimes changed the official reference pitch of state-sponsored music (from which scales would be derived) after taking office, especially in the case of founders of new dynasties.
By Han times, however, the #two had merged.# With close ties between yin-yang and the five agents on the one hand, and yin-yang and the eight trigrams on the other, it is hardly surprising that Han scholars sought to unify these three systems.
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 China and Inner Asia Sessions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
But this fact, that physicians in China diagnosed and treated patients without attention to the nervous system, is remarkable only to observers from cultures in which the anatomical idea of nerves is so deeply woven into cultural identity that it is hard to imagine practicing medicine without the language of nerves.
The Qing emperors, in addition to their primary roles as sovereigns of a polyethnic state, were members and representatives of the Manchu ethnic group.
Officially recognized by the Emperor Yuan Chengzong (1295–1307) as Xuantian Shangdi (High Emperor of the Dark Heaven), Zhenwu was later adopted by the imperial clan of the Ming dynasty as the holy protector of their family because they saw him as the 82nd reincarnation of Laozi.
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 China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Revered in China during his lifetime in a way not easy for non-Chinese to understand, he was enormously influential around the world as well.
It is essentially a corridor running from the upper Yellow River in the east, along the verge between the Tibetan plateau on the one hand and the Gobi desert on the other, to the edge of the Xinjiang wastes in the west.
It formed with the encouragement of China, which needed a buffer zone between itself and the then-aggressive Tibetans, but Nan Chao soon became expansionist in it's own right, and proved to be a considerable threat to China at times.
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 Chinese Han Dynasty
China's cities were soon flooded with western traders and the goods they brought.
The Emperors placed on the throne during this period included six year old Pingdi, and two year old Ruzi.
The Western Han dynasty was defeated and the capital was moved east to Luoyang.
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 Science Fresh : Article 'District of China'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
zh-cn:区 zh-tw:區 Template:PRC divisions levels District, in the context of China, is used to refer to several unrelated political divisions in both ancient and modern China.
China Hotel, located in Guangzhou, China, was built by the Hong Kong listed conglomerate Hopewell Holdings Ltd controlled by Sir Gordon Wu in 1979.
It was built under a contractual agreement that came to be known as Build-Operate-Transfer, a means of building and operating joint ventures with local authorities in China.
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 Emperor An of Han China -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Emperor An of Han China, (Click link for more info and facts about ch.) ch.
Han An-ti, ((Click link for more info and facts about 94) 94- (Click link for more info and facts about 125) 125) was an emperor of the Chinese (Imperial dynasty that ruled China (most of the time) from 206 BC to 221 and expanded its boundaries and developed its bureaucracy) Han Dynasty.
Eastern (Imperial dynasty that ruled China (most of the time) from 206 BC to 221 and expanded its boundaries and developed its bureaucracy) Han Dynasty
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 Laozi
The emperor proves a humble student, as the legend concludes, worthy of receiving the Daodejing with Heshanggong's commentary (Chan 1991a).
These include Emperor Wu and Emperor Jianwen of the Liang dynasty, Xuanzong of the Tang, Huizong of the Song, and Taizu of the Ming dynasty (see Liu Cunren 1969 for a discussion of the last three).
The dominant interpretation in traditional China is that Dao represents the source of the original, undifferentiated, essential qi-energy, the “One,” which in turn produces the yin and yang cosmic forces.
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 Confucius [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Better known in China as "Master Kong" (Chinese: Kongzi), Confucius was a fifth-century BCE Chinese thinker whose influence upon East Asian intellectual and social history is immeasurable.
After the initial persecution of Confucians during the short-lived Qin dynasty (221-202 BCE), the succeeding Han emperors and their ministers seized upon Confucius as a vehicle for the legitimation of their rule and the social control of their subjects.
Today, the Communist government of China spends a great deal of money on the reconstruction and restoration of old imperial temples to Confucius across the country, and has even erected many new statues of Confucius in areas likely to be frequented by tourists from overseas.
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 Jordan: Classical Chinese Novels
Thus there was for many centuries a constant interaction between "the performance media" and "the print media" as novels and playbooks circulated across China, and creative performers borrowed, modified, and created while literate "novelists" collected and refined these variants and assembled them into yet new written works.
We begin to see the emergence of the novel as a distinctive literary form in the later dynasties, and it is then that we learn the names of writers claiming full authorship of one or another work.
This is China's most popular collection of over 400 tales of ghosts and the supernatural.
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 The original ‘unknown’ god of China
ShangDi, the Creator-God of the Chinese, surely appears to be one and the same as the Creator-God of the Hebrews.
Another name for their God which the ancient Chinese used interchangeable with ShangDi was Heaven (Tian).
Zheng Xuan, a scholar of the early Han dynasty said, “ShangDi is another name for Heaven (Tian)”.
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 Encyclopedia: Emperor Han Shangdi of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 chinese history
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 Emperor Han Shangdi of China - China-related Topics E-H - China-Related Topics
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 ipedia.com: Timeline of Chinese history Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The following is a timeline of the history of China : For a summary table of the dynasties in Chinese history and their dates, check here.
Table of contents 1 Ancient China 2 Imperial China 3 Modern C...
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 Actor huang shaoqi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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