We’re back in ancient days again, this time the short period in between the Qin and Han Dynasties when two great leaders, Xiang Yu and Liu Bang, contended for the throne left vacant by the deceased first emperor of China, Qin Shihuang.  Xiang Yu has gone down in the annals of Chinese history as one of the most ferocious and greatest of generals and strategists.  Between 206 and 202 BC Xiang Yu of Chu and Liu Bang, the King of Han, fought all over Jiangsu, Anhui, Hebei and Shaanxi. To the victor of this Chu-Han Contention would go the future destiny of China.


Xiang Yu 项羽 232 to 202 BC