Introduction: Han Yanzhi, born in Western Shaanxi Province, is the son of a famous anti gold general. Influenced by his family, Han Yanzhi had a strong idea of loyalty to the king and serving the country when he was young. He was intelligent, capable and talented. In the 18th year of Shaoxing (1148), he was admitted to the middle school and later held various official positions in the capital and local areas.
The life of Han Yanzhi, the son of Han Shizhong
In the second year of Qiandao reign (1166), he was appointed as the Langguan of the household department, who was in charge of huaidong army, horse, money and grain. His outstanding work and outstanding achievements fully demonstrated his financial management skills. In the seventh year of Qiandao reign (1137), the army was under the control of all the troops before Ezhou was stationed in the imperial palace. The strict training of the army greatly improved the fighting quality of the cavalry, and created a good style that all the officers and soldiers could bear hardships and stand hard work and March like flying. It was a model of the army at that time.
Chunxi was the governor of Wenzhou for four years. He dredged the Yongjia River, taught the soldiers to fight in person, defeated the sea bandits, and seized the bandit leader, which showed his ability to command the battle.
During the period of Wen, he personally taught the general the strategy of local war, and soon defeated the pirates who committed crimes at that time, and captured the bandit leader, which showed his command and fighting ability. He had a detailed understanding of the citrus production in Wenzhou at that time, summarized and popularized the citrus planting experience. In the fifth year of Chunxi in the Southern Song Dynasty, he wrote the world's first citrus monograph orange record, which was composed of three volumes, recorded the planting and varieties of 27 citrus fruit trees, and described a set of cultivation management and fruit collection methods of citrus fruit trees in detail. The book was later translated into various languages and spread abroad.
Han Yanzhi was rich in national integrity. In the early years of Chunxi period (1174 or later), he was appointed as the emissary of gold. During his term as an envoy, he was unyielding, and under the threat and inducement of the enemy country, he was righteous and awe inspiring, and regarded death as a return. At last, even the Jin people had to show their admiration for him. At the end of the period, they sent each other with gifts and successfully completed their diplomatic mission.
Han Yanzhi, like his parents, is upright and honest in handling affairs. At his suggestion, he praised the Patriots since then. He also sought to help recover the property of his own that had been seized. He also cleared up some of the crimes that he had been involved in framing Yuefei.
In his later years, Han Yanzhi devoted himself to learning and compiled 167 volumes of shuixinjing by collecting historical events since the Song Dynasty. This book has a high value of historical materials. It was highly praised by the Shi Chen you Mang and Guangzong (1190-1194), who were in charge of compiling the national history at that time. After his death, he was awarded the title of Qichun county magistrate.
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