1982 Population Census of China (Results of Computer by Population Census Office under the State Council and

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22 Imperial Grandeur and Its Aftermath, 589–907 During the two hundred years leading up to the Song, there were a series of attempts to settle the matter, and for students of institutional history, these centuries are of great interest, especially because other changes—cultural, intellectual, religious, and administrative—were involved as well. But it is time now for a closer look at this period of union, starting with the Sui. Unification by the Short-lived Sui 581–618 T he emperor-dominated Sui dynasty, commanding the resources of a newly unified realm, embarked on a gigantic program of internal construction and foreign aggression unparalleled since the heyday of the Qin in the third century BCE.

The leader who successfully pressed that assault despite strong advice to the contrary was Emperor Wu, who personally murdered regent Yuwen Hu in 572 and was— surprisingly, perhaps—the only effective sovereign the dynasty ever had. By 577, he controlled all of China except the Chen-held lower Yangzi. Emperor Wu intended to take it, but in 578 death cheated him of the opportunity. Wu’s son and successor died in 580. In 581, the dead successor’s father-in-law, Yang Jian, a Chinese high official and general, having killed fifty-nine members of the Yuwen imperial family, deposed the last Northern Zhou emperor, a child, and founded his own Sui dynasty (581–618).

Fu managed to press together a huge but loose coalition of people and their commanders and articulate a clear purpose—to bring Buddhist salvation to all and rescue humankind from the troubles. In 383, a combined Former Qin force said to number two hundred seventy thousand horsemen and six hundred thousand infantry began a southeastward assault across the Huai. Incredibly, and for reasons that are now obscure, it was there stopped by an Eastern 12 From Fragmentation to Reunification, 150–589 Jin counterattack.

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