Soul of China

The value of a converted enemy

The State of Qi (齊) under the reign of Xiang Gong (襄公 697-686 B.C.) was chaotic, depraved, immoral, degenerate and ineffectual. Some of the heirs of its aristocrats were forced to take refuge in other states. In 686 B.C., Qi Xiang Gong was slain by his own cousin Wu Zhi (無知), a trusted court official […]