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Liang Hongyu - she was a famous general from the Song Dynasty

chinese-opera: “ 梁紅玉 (Liang Hongyu) “ Liang Hongyu was a Chinese general of the Song Dynasty. She became famous during the war against the Jurchen-led Jin Dynasty. Her real given name was.

Manchu  originated from the Jurchen tribes; have a long history and brilliant culture; the creator of Jin and Qing Dynasties; has made great influence to Chinese history

Manchu originated from the Jurchen tribes; have a long history and brilliant culture; the creator of Jin and Qing Dynasties; has made great influence to Chinese history

Emperor Taizu of Jin, Wanggiyan Aguda (完颜阿骨打), Emperor of the Jin Dynasty, who  from 28 Jan 1115 – 19 Sep 1123 AD.   He was the chieftain of the Jurchen (女真) Wanyan (完顏) tribe, founder and first emperor of the Jin Dynasty (金朝) and was the younger brother of Wanyan Wuyashu (完颜鳥雅束).  In Sep 1114, Aguda rallied his tribesmen (around 2,500 men) at Lalin River near Fuyu Weizitun, Jilin province) and began open rebellion. His cavalry troops captured defeated  7000-strong Liao7000-strong Liao…

Wanggiyan Aguda - Emperor Taizu (August 1068 – September personal name Wanyan Aguda, Emperor of Jin from January 1115 to September He was the chieftain of the Jurchen Wanyan tribe, founder and first emperor of the Jin Dynasty, China

Netsuke were used as a hanging pendant on a traditional Japanese clothing kimonono (着 物) and kosode (帯 钳), which was devoid of pockets. Little things like a pouch or key was placed in special containers, called sagemono (下げ 物). Tanks could take the form of pouch or small wicker baskets, but the most popular were the drawers inro (印 笼), which closed with the help of beads slide along a cord ojime (緒締め). Inro were attached to a belt kimonono obi (帯) with a cord. He was tied to the ring, folded…

Netsuke were used as a hanging pendant on a traditional Japanese clothing kimonono (着 物) and kosode (帯 钳), which was devoid of pockets. Little things like a pouch or key was placed in special containers, called sagemono (下げ 物).

Samurai women excaping a fire, wearing kaji shozoku (fire costumes) which shows their samurai status, they are carrying naginata for protection.

Samurai women excaping a fire, wearing kaji shozoku (fire costumes) which shows their samurai status, they are carrying naginata for protection.

naginata (なぎなた, 薙刀) is one of several varieties of traditionally made Japanese swords (nihonto) in the form of a pole weapon.   Naginata were originally used by the samurai class of feudal Japan, as well as by ashigaru (foot soldiers) and sōhei (warrior monks).

naginata (なぎなた, 薙刀) is one of several varieties of traditionally made Japanese swords (nihonto) in the form of a pole weapon. Naginata were originally used by the samurai class of feudal Japan, as well as by ashigaru (foot soldiers) and sōhei (warrior monks).

Matsuko (Daughter of Tamaru Inenoemon) from the series Eastern pictures of heroic women compared / Yoshitoshi 吾嬬繪姿烈女競 田丸稲之右衛門の女 松子 月岡芳年 1880...

Onna Bugeisha Matsuko (Daughter of Tamaru Inenoemon) from the series Eastern pictures of heroic women compared / Yoshitoshi 吾嬬繪姿烈女競 田丸稲之右衛門の女 松子 月岡芳年