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Emperor Wu of Han TV Series (64 Episodes) (Chinese Only, NO ENGLISH) VCD(WXAH)

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Emperor Wu of Han TV Series (64 Episodes) (Chinese Only, NO ENGLISH) VCD(WXAH)

Emperor Wu of Han TV Series (64 Episodes) (Chinese Only, NO ENGLISH) VCD : Emperor Wu is best remembered for the vast territorial expansion that occurred under his reign, as well as the strong and centralized Confucian state he organized. He is cited in Chinese history as the greatest emperor of the Han dynasty and one of the greatest emperors in Chinese history. Emperor Wu's effective governance made the Han Dynasty one of the most powerful nations in the world.[3] As a military campaigner, Emperor Wu led Han China through its greatest expansion?at its height, the Empire's borders spanned from modern Kyrgyzstan in the west, to Korea in the east, and to northern Vietnam in the south. Emperor Wu successfully repelled the nomadic Xiongnu from systematically raiding northern China and dispatched his envoy Zhang Qian in 139 BC to seek an alliance with the Yuezhi of modern Uzbekistan. This resulted in further missions to Central Asia. Although historical records do not describe him to be aware of Buddhism, exchanges probably occurred as a consequence of these embassies, and there are suggestions that he received Buddhist statues from central Asia, as depicted in Mogao Caves murals. While establishing an autocratic and centralized state, Emperor Wu adopted the principles of Confucianism as the state philosophy and code of ethics for his empire and started a school to teach future administrators the Confucian classics. These reforms would have an enduring effect throughout the existence of imperial China and an enormous influence on neighboring civilizations. Emperor Wu's reign lasted 54 years ? a record that would not be broken until the reign of the Kangxi Emperor more than 1800 years later.