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A generation of great warriors, for the country for the people, see death as life.
This is the first time I feel that I am one step closer to the literati, 11.10 happy day
Tan Sitong is a politician who stands in the forefront of the times and is keen on reform regardless of personal gains and losses. He is not afraid of danger, and Kun sees death as home. He does everything possible to care for his comrades and realizes that reforms must shed blood. However, he placed his hope of reform on the emperor, hoping for a "top-down" social reform. Kun Zhidie believed that to protect the cause of "reform", he must first protect the emperor and not rely on the people. He used his own blood to promote the reform movement and the prosperity of the country, which was linked to his idea of "rewarding the Holy Lord". Therefore, the historical development of Kunming was contrary to his wishes. His bloodshed was not an announcement of the reform movement. Xing, but announcing the end of the Kunliang movement, this is his class limitation.
Tongtong's Former Residence has just written a few wrong comments to Comrade Hu Yaobang, which is very embarrassing! This former residence is relatively small in the downtown area, and the building is beautiful! Still worth a look! Free oh
Tan Sitong was a Chinese thinker and reformist in the late Qing Dynasty. He was a pioneer liberalist in China, one of the chief advocates of "the Hundred Days' Reform" (11 June to 21 September 1898...