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Rejecting Kuai Che’s proposal to betray his king, Han Xin leads troops to join Liu Bang in the Gaixia region. Xiang Yu, the unmatchable hegemon king of Western Chu, dies in the final battle of the Chu-Han contention. Upon his death, Liu Bang establishes the Han Dynasty, a prosperous empire that goes on to rule China for the next 400 years. Liu Bang becomes the first emperor of the Han Dynasty. Instead of rewarding Han Xin, however, the emperor and his wife plot to have Han Xin and his entire family killed.


This is the story of Han Xin, one of ancient China’s greatest generals who was so mighty, the people called him the “God of War.” In just four years, he led armies to establish the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD), one of the most important dynasties in Chinese history.

Han Xin spent his childhood in poverty and was only a junior army officer when he came to the notice of Xiao He, prime minister of Liu Bang, king of Han. Impressed by Han Xin’s brilliant reform suggestions, Xiao He recommended the young man to Liu Bang. At first reluctant to trust him, the king soon realized Han Xin’s potential and made him general-in-chief of the Han army. Over the next four years, Han Xin led the army to major strategic successes, culminating in Liu Bang’s victory over Xiang Yu, China’s most powerful ruler at that time. Liu Bang united the country and established the Han Dynasty under the name of Emperor Gaozu. Yet would Han Xin become a rival for his power? Watch and learn in this epic mini-series.

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