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Qin Shi Huang Di: the First Emperor

Summary: Provides a biography of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang Di, and describes how he has influenced his country. Explores how he defeated the feudal stated and gained control over China, then, with his conquest and emperorship complete, he created a series of amendments, which rectified and consolidated China
During a time of rivaling states and frequent fighting, China, in the Warring States Period, was in dire need of reformation. Not only were the six rebellious kingdoms constantly hostile, but each also lacked a unified system and disgraced its nation. Reformation, however, gradually arose as Qin Shi Huang Di, formally King Zheng of the Qin Kingdom, defeated the feudal stated and gained control over China. With his conquest and emperorship complete, he created a series of amendments, which rectified and consolidated China.

By abolishing feudalism, Huang Di avoided the anarchy of the Warring States and created a new, centralized government. He appointed three Gong, high government officials, to assist him in the ruling of China. The Gong consisted of Chen Ziang, the prime minister, Tai Wei, the prominent military officer, and Yu Shi Dai Fu, the general supervisor. To ensure his power, Huang Di encouraged the three...

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