Sui Wen Ti
The Chinese emperor Sui Wen Tei (real name was Yang Chen) succeeded in reuniting divided China for hundreds of years. The political unity he established lasted for many centuries. One of the consequences of this political unification was that China’s population was one-fifth of the world’s total population.
Ancient emperor Xi Huangti united China in the 3rd century BC. His dynasty, the “China,” was destroyed shortly after his death, and the Han dynasty came to power. Ruled until 220 AD.
After the fall of the Han dynasty, China suffered a long period of internal strife.
Yang Chen was born in 541 into one of the most powerful families in northern China, his first military assignment at the age of fourteen. He was the successor of the dynasty. His efforts to establish the emperor’s dominion over most of northern China were in vain.
In 573, Yang Chen’s daughter married the Crown Prince. Five years later, the Emperor died. The Crown Prince was mentally handicapped. Manipulations began to seize power. After preparation, he invaded southern China in 588. The invasion was successful. In 589, he became the emperor of the whole of China.
During his reign, Suu Kyi built a vast capital for the United Kingdom. He started the construction of the Great Canal, which connected the great rivers to China. The Yangtze River in central China and the Huanghu River (Yazd River) in northern China. Helped.
One of the emperor’s most important reforms was the introduction of government job examinations for the selection of government officials. (This system was first introduced during the Han dynasty, but many state positions became inherited long after the fall of the dynasty).
Sui Wanti introduced the so-called “law” that provincial governors could not be appointed in the provinces where they were born. Be strong by gaining support.
Due to his position, Sui Wanti had the authority to take any major step, but he was generally a cautious man.
He avoided wasteful spending and also reduced the burden of taxes on the people. His foreign policy was successful overall.
It turns out that Sui Wan Teiman lacked self-confidence more than any other such successful ruler. If he was a successful ruler of millions of people, however, it turns out that he was an extraordinary female disciple. She was the biggest helper.
Sui Wanti died in 604 at the age of 63. It is doubtful that he was killed by the queen’s second son who succeeded him.
The new king was unsuccessful in his policy. Soon a revolt broke out against him in China. He was assassinated in 618, and the Sui family perished after his death.
However, this was not the end of the Chinese alliance. Immediately after Sui, the Tang Dynasty came to power and ruled from 618 to 907. The Tang rulers maintained the state system of Sui. It is considered to be a very important period, partly because it became militarily powerful, but more importantly because it did a lot of work in the arts and literature.
Why should Sui Wan be so important? Before making any decision, we should compare him to the great European emperor Charlie Magni. There are clear similarities in the lives of the two. Three centuries after the fall of Rome. Charlie Magni united a large part of Western Europe. Similarly, two and a half centuries after the decline of the Han dynasty, Sui Wanti annexed China.
Charlie Magni was undoubtedly more popular in Europe. However, Sui Wan was more effective in both. First, he united China, while Charlie Magni failed to conquer many important regions of Western Europe, such as England, Spain and southern Italy. The alliance they formed proved to be lasting, while Charlie Magnie’s empire split and reunited.
Cultural development during the Third Tang Dynasty was the result of the economic prosperity that resulted from the unification of China. In contrast, the short-lived Carolingian Renaissance came to an end after the death of Charlie Magnie. The examination system established for him proved to be very far-reaching. For these reasons, although his role in the history of Europe as a whole remained more important, Sui Wan Ti proved to be a more influential figure than Charlie Magnie. There are indelible imprints left on the history of Ho Chi Minh, as recorded by Sui Wanti.