Kim Tujong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] assumes that all 164 volumes were medical and accordingly identifies "[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]" as the two medical compendia Huangdi
neijing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and Huangdi
waijing [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], both of which are mentioned in the Honshu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], but this has no justification since the only recorded senses of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are "Buddhist texts" and "non-Buddhist texts" respectively: Han'guk uihaksa (Seoul: T'amgudang, 1966), 30.
This easy-to-read book offers detailed biographies of historically significant tyrants from Qin Shi Huangdi
, who ruled China in 221 B.
His "philosopher-king" was not hypothetical, but the flesh and blood Qin Shi Huangdi
Some moved on to the nearby town of Huangdi
, attacking civilians and smashing and setting fire to six vehicles, in what the official Xinhua news agency called an "organised and premeditated terrorist attack".
A gang armed with knives and axes attacked a police station and government offices in Elixku Township, and some moved on to the nearby Huangdi
Township, attacking civilians and smashing vehicles as they passed.
The subject would clearly be all the poorer without the tombs of Tutankhamun and Qin Shi Huangdi
It annexed the remaining territories to itself, and its first emperor, Shi Huangdi
, formally abolished the feudal system.
The first documented source of Chinese medical theory, the Huangdi
Nei Jing, or "Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor," was written between 300 and 100 B.
[[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'yellow emperor'] of XuanYuan started forming armies.
I suspect that the Corsican adventurer will be the foremost figure in Fukuyama's second volume, just as this volume's main man is Qin Shi Huangdi
, who clawed his way to becoming first emperor of China in 221 BC by hiring the best advisors available, no matter who their relations were.
Mao Zedong was the dynasty's founder and he was as much an innovator as Emperors Qin Shi Huangdi
or Tang Taizong were.
According to Chinese legend, the great leader Huangdi
(HWONG-dee) introduced his people to martial arts more than 4,000 years ago.