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In the annuals of Chinese history, Liu Bang was regarded as an emperor who contributed a tremendous amount to the prosperity of the Han Dynasty. Changling Tomb, located in the northwards of Xi'an and eastwards of Xianyang, is the highest spot of Xianyang and the site of Xianyang Palace of the Qin Dynasty.Did Liu Bang believe in Legalism or Confucianism?
At first, Liu Bang (first emperor of the Han Dynasty) was against Legalism and didn't think highly of Confucianism. Later, however, he had a favorite Confucian teacher named Lu Gu, who convinced him of the need for both Legalism and Confucianism.What did Liu Bang do to establish the Han dynasty?
Liu Bang rose in rebellion against the Qin Empire in the late Qin Dynasty. He conquered territories and defeated rival armies to emerge as the Emperor of the Han Empire in 202 BC. He established the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) that lasted for over 400 years, the longest dynasty in the history of China.What happened to Xiang Yu and Liu Bang?
In 209 BC, Liu Bang held high the banner of the rebellion against the tyranny of the Qin Dynasty. After about two-year warfare, the Qin Dynasty was overthrown. At that time, Xiang Yu, the director of another rebellion group, was very angry to hear that Liu had captured Xianyang ahead of him.