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From Yuan Zi Inscription Cliff to See the Relationship Between Nanzhao and the Tang Dynasty

Jianchao Liu1,*, Ting Liang2, Ziyang Wang1

1School of Humanities, Zhaotong College, Zhaotong, Yunnan, China.

2School of Education and Science, Zhaotong College, Zhaotong, Yunnan, China.

*Corresponding author: Jianchao Liu

Published: 28 October 2022 How to cite this paper

Abstract

Yunnan is located in the southwest border of China, the Qin and Han dynasties, has always maintained close contact with the central Dynasty. During the reign of Tang Tianbao, Ge ofeng, the leader of Nanzhao regime in Yunnan, turned against the Tang Dynasty; it was not until Yimxun period that Nanzhao returned to the Tang Dynasty again. Zhenyuan ten years, Yuan Zi was ordered to go to Yunnan, the title of mou mou, the road through Zhaotong Shimen Pass, in the cliff inscription chronicle. Based on Yuan Zi's inscription cliff, this paper starts with the relationship between regime and cultural exchange, analyzes the relationship between Nanzhao and the Tang Dynasty, and sorts out the formation and development of the Chinese nation community in the southwest region. It is believed that Yuan Zi inscribed cliff stone carvings as a kind of physical historical material, record and witness, the close connection between Yunnan region and the central power. Although the Tianbao rebellion occurred in Nanzhao and Tang Dynasty, the mainstream consciousness of both sides has always been attached and dated. It is this attachment and accommodation that has created the historical pattern of the Chinese nation and promoted the occurrence and development of THE consciousness of community of the Chinese nation.

KEYWORDS: Ethnic relations, cliff, Yuan Zi

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How to cite this paper

Jianchao Liu, Ting Liang, Ziyang Wang. From Yuan Zi Inscription Cliff to See the Relationship Between Nanzhao and the Tang Dynasty. OAJRC Social Science, 2022, 3(3), 241-245.


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