The Rebel Den of N¨ng TrÝ Cao: Loyalty and Identity Along the Sino-Vietnamese Frontier
The Rebel Den of Nng Tr Cao examines the rebellion of the Taispeakingchieftain Nng Tr Cao (ca. 1025-1055), whose struggle for independence along Vietnams mountainous northern frontier proved to be a pivotal event in Sino-Vietnamese relations.The Rebel Den of Nng Tr Cao reconstructs the negotiations that took place between border communities and representatives of the imperial courts, examining the ways in which Tai and other ethnic groups deftly navigatedthe unstable political situation that followed the demise of Chinascosmopolitan Tang dynasty.
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