Emperor Qianlong, the fourth son of Emperor Yongzheng, was born in September 1711 and died in February 1799. He was the sixth emperor of the Qing Dynasty and served as emperor for more than 60 years.
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Emperor Qianlong ascended the throne at the age of 25 and actually reigned for 63 years. He is the oldest emperor in Chinese history. During the reign of Qianlong, he built magnificent Yuanmingyuan and Chengde summer resort in Hebei Province. At that time, China's culture, economy and handicraft industry were all in the peak era. He made important contributions to the development of the prosperous situation of the Qing Dynasty, Kangxi and Qianlong, and was indeed the king of a generation. Emperor Qianlong paid attention to the stability of the society and the people affected by the disaster. During his reign, he exempted the folk money tax and grain tax for five times, lightened the burden of the farmers, and paid attention to the water conservancy construction, which played a role in protecting the agricultural production, making the Qing Dynasty's Treasury increasingly enriched.
In the military aspect, Qianlong pacified the rebellion in the Miao Jiang area, and Emperor Qianlong quickly pacified the rebellion in the Miao Jiang area with his military ability and political concept. After pacifying the rebellion in the Miao Jiang area, Emperor Qianlong pacified Tibet's social stability, stabilized the life of the ethnic minorities in Tibet and guaranteed the unity of the country. During the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qianlong made a lot of achievements, made a lot of contributions to consolidating the rule of the Qing Dynasty and the people's living and working in peace, and promoted the further integration of China, a multi-ethnic country.
In terms of culture, due to the improvement of folk living standards, people's spiritual culture developed rapidly. For example, Peking Opera began to form in Qianlong period. Emperor Qianlong also organized officials to compile the Siku Quanshu, the unified annals of the Great Qing Dynasty and the Ming history.
Emperor Qianlong practiced calligraphy every day when he was a child. In his later life, he had great attainments in poetry and prose creation, calligraphy and painting, porcelain and so on. Now the Imperial Palace Museum in Beijing has preserved a large number of Emperor Qianlong's calligraphy and painting works. Emperor Qianlong created more than 1400 paintings and about 43000 poems in his whole life, which is worthy of attention in porcelain The emperor ordered the craftsmen to make the whitewashed and hollowed out porcelain vase, which became a famous cultural relic with great value.Emperor Qianlong ordered the craftsmen to make the Pastel hollowed out porcelain vase, which became a famous cultural relic with great value.