Six Feet Alley
Liuzhi Lane, southwest of Tongcheng City, Anhui Province, with a total length of 100 meters and a width of 2 meters, was built during the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty (1662-1722), and the standing stone arches at both ends of the laneway are engraved with the word "courtesy".
A thousand miles of books are only for the wall,
Why not let him be three feet?
The Great Wall is still there,
I don't see Qin Shi Huang that year!
Zhang Ying, a scholar of the Wenhuadian University of the Ming Dynasty and a shangshu of the Ministry of Rites, not only eased the relationship with his neighbors, but also gave up the prosperous family of "father and son, both prime ministers, and a six-generation Hanlin".
Zhang Ying's son Zhang Tingyu, at the age of 28, became a Shujishi of the Hanlin Yuan, the elder of the Three Dynasties, with a high position of power, sober and low-key, becoming the only Hanchen worthy of the Taimiao Temple in the Qing Dynasty in 276.
Zhang Yingjiaxun: Those who read are not cheap, those who guard the fields are not hungry, those who accumulate virtue are not inclined, and those who choose friends are not defeated.