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Liu Bang, the first emperor of the Han Dynasty, was born into a peasant family living in what is now known as Jiangsu Province.
In Oct of 206 BC, Liu Bang and his army attacked Xianyang, then the capital of the Qin and overthrew the Qin Dynasty. His first step was to abolish the harsh law of the Qin and establish a new one that was supported by the people.
In 202 BC, Liu Bang established ...

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