China has experienced thousands of years of history, giving birth to Huaxia, one of the world’s ancient civilizations.

1. Unifying the world, the second generation perishes

Since unifying the six vassal states and establishing the Qin Dynasty, Qin Shi Huang opened a long history of feudal dynasties in China for more than 2,000 years.

As we know, the Qin Dynasty (221 BC – 206 BC) was a unified dynasty established after the end of the chaotic period of the Warring States period, after which Qin Shi Huang made many innovations in the unified regime.

China has gone through many dynastic changes.

The Sui Dynasty was established after hundreds of years of frequent war, ending the Northern and Southern Dynasties period.

Next, the causes and process of destruction of these two dynasties are also very similar.

The Han Dynasty (after the Qin Dynasty) and the Tang Dynasty (after the Sui Dynasty), are considered the most prosperous feudal dynasties in Chinese history.

2. Liu Bang killed the snake, Vuong Mang usurped the throne

Liu Bang’s path to becoming Emperor of the Han Dynasty is accompanied by many legends, among them is the classic story `Liu Bang defeated the white snake and rose to unify the world`.

Legend has it that one night, a white snake blocked the road. At that time, Liu Bang drank some wine and, while tipsy, raised his sword and cut the white snake blocking the road in half.

According to the old woman, Liu Bang was the Red Emperor.

3 most mysterious coincidences in Chinese history: All related to dynastic change, Qin Shi Huang and Kublai Khan 'were named'

The Han Dynasty was founded by Liu Bang, a red ruler, because he considered himself the successor of the Red Emperor.

At the end of the Western Han Dynasty, Wang Mang gained power in the court, eventually forcing the last Emperor of the Western Han Dynasty, Nhu Ziying, to abdicate the throne.

If we consider Vuong Mang as the reincarnated white snake, then Liu Bang’s descendants later killed Vuong Mang to revive the Han Dynasty, which was the later Eastern Han (or Later Han) period.

It can be seen that Liu Bang killed snakes to establish the Han Dynasty, then Liu Bang’s descendants killed `snakes` to revive the Han Dynasty.

3. The 7-year-old Emperor and the birth of Song-Yuan

The last coincidence occurred during the Northern Song Dynasty.

3 most mysterious coincidences in Chinese history: All related to dynastic change, Qin Shi Huang and Kublai Khan 'were named'

During this power struggle, Emperor Later Zhou, also known as Later Zhou Palace Emperor Sai Tong Huan, was still too young, only 7 years old, and had no ability to control political affairs. Even if he sent troops to quell the rebellion, it would not be a problem.

But several hundred years later, when Kublai Khan led his southern cavalry to destroy the Song Dynasty, the last Emperor of the Song Dynasty, Song Emperor Trieu Binh, was only 7 years old (there are documents showing that he was 8 years old).

The Song Dynasty was destroyed and the Yuan Dynasty was established.

Source: Sohu