Huang Ti


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Huang Ti

(ˈʰwɑŋ ˈdi)
n.
the legendary first emperor of China.
Also called Yellow Emperor.
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What struck me most was the discussion on the fate of Shi Huang Ti, builder of the Great Wall.
Lunar New Year dates back to 2600 BC when Emperor Huang Ti introduced the first cycle of the Chinese zodiac.
Shih Huang Ti orders the construction of the nearly infinite Wall of China and likewise orders the burning of all books written before his reign.
El emperador Shi Huang Ti (o Qin Shi Huangdi, como se escribe ahora), el que empezo a erigir la muralla, quemo los libros, uniformo la escritura y fundo el imperio chino, que se mantuvo en pie dos mil anos, en cuya tumba se hallo el famoso ejercito de terracota, al final de su vida ambiciono eso: obtener el oro liquido, filtro y elixir de la inmortalidad.
Legend has it that about five thousand years ago Empress Hsi Ling Shi, wife of Emperor Huang Ti, was enjoying a cup of tea under a mulberry tree when the cocoon of a silkworm fell into the hot water and began to unravel.
los 2 astronomos del emperador Huang Ti fallaron en advertirle del suceso.
Shih Huang Ti, the first Chinese emperor, wore one as long ago as 210 BC, or there abouts.