Zhaojun’s Brooch

Zhaojun’s Brooch

Wang Zhaojun, famous Zhaojun, the word Zhaojun, was formerly a palace girl of the Han Dynasty. Look at our flag and tell you the story of Zhaojun’s fortress.

In 54 B.C., Hun Huhan Xidan was defeated by his brother Pi Zhidan. He moved south to Guanglu Sai outside the Great Wall. He was tied up with the Western Han Dynasty. He entered the dynasty three times in Chang’an and asked the Emperor of Han and Yuan Dynasty for peace. Wang Zhaojun asked to leave the fortress and his relatives when he heard about it.

When she arrived in Hun, she was named “Queen Ninghu”, which symbolized that she would bring peace, tranquility and prosperity to Hun. Later, with the support of the Western Han Dynasty, Huhan Xie Shan controlled the whole territory of the Huns, thus making the Huns reconcile with the Han Dynasty for half a century.

Wang Zhaojun on the brooch was wearing a red cloak, carrying a piano and riding a horse. On a crisp autumn day, she said goodbye to her native land and headed north. Along the way, the horse hissed and the goose cried, tearing her heart and liver; the feeling of sadness made her mood difficult to calm down. On her mount, she plucked the strings and played a solemn farewell song. The wild geese flying south heard the melodious sound of the piano and saw the beautiful woman riding on the horse. They forgot to flap their wings and fell to the ground. From then on, Zhaojun came to be known as “falling goose”.

The beauty of Wang Zhaojun’s brooch was submerged in the cold palace of the Han Dynasty. Only the desert could shine brightly.