The writer of the Chinese imperial series Er Yuehe died in Beijing at the age of 73


Chinese Emperor February director River died on December 15 (Saturday) morning due to a sudden heart failure and died in Beijing at the age of 73.

In February, he was born in Xiyang County, Shanxi Province. He joined the army in 1967 and joined the CCP in 1969. He went to the Propaganda Department of Nanyang province in Henan Province in 1978, and in December 2011 he became dean of the Zhengzhou University School of Literature.

Since 1982, Er Yuehe wrote the works of Emperors of the Qing dynasty, and his masterpieces are the trilogy of Emperor Kangxi, Emperor Yongzheng and Emperor Qianlong. The adaptation of film and television works caused a feeling and opened a modern "imperial warmth". He also subtly stimulated part of the goodwill of the audience to the autocratic Emperor and the recognition of dictatorship. February River is the representative of the 15th, 16th, 18th and 19th national congress of the Communist Party of China.

Speaking of corruption in China, Er Yuehe stressed that the sovereignty of power and the worship of power in China's traditional culture is deeply rooted. The first thing that comes to mind is the left side of the bribery and bribery door. He pointed out that this is a serious lack of social education, school education and family education in China.

(Editor: Yan Qing)


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