Han Dali Smashed Oboi To Death

When Emperor Kangxi ① came to the throne, Xiaozhuang of the Kangxi Dynasty died . He was still an eight-year-old child. Especially the auxiliary minister Oboi, he thought of his meritorious service, not only did not pay attention to the three auxiliary ministers, even the emperor had to listen to him.

Every morning at the court, it was Oboi who led the little emperor to the Golden Luan Hall to accept the worship of civil and military officials. No matter what memorials there were, Obai would deal with them as he said, and he often used the imperial ink pen to approve the memorials for the emperor. Once the emperor didn't listen to Oboi's words, and was slapped three times on the buttocks by Oboi. He didn't dare to speak in front of him, so he went to the empress dowager behind his back to complain. If any of the ministers in the DPRK opposes Oboi, he will lose his official position and be imprisoned, or even lose his life. The ministers saw these things clearly, and they all regarded Aobai's words as an imperial decree, and no one dared to say "no" to anything that Aobai asked him to do.

When Emperor Kangxi was ten years old, he made up his mind to get rid of Oboi. Among the Eight Banners disciples, he selected a hundred strong young men to practice boxing and study martial arts with him all day long. In less than a year, all of these hundred boxers are proficient in boxing, and all of them are highly skilled in martial arts. Many martial arts masters are no match for them.

There are four strong fighters among these hundred fighters, namely Zhang Dali, Wang Dali, Han Dali and Zhao Dali. A strong player has a strong player, and Han Dali is the champion of the top four.

Han Dali is a native of the Red Banner. His parents died when he was young. Because of his poor life, he went to the Xiyuan school to "pick the gap". He only had stupid strength, and his martial arts of horseback riding and archery were very ordinary. He was not selected, and Han Dali was not convinced, so he broke into the martial arts hall to find the chief examiner to reason. The examiner saw that he was tall and tall, with broad shoulders and a thick waist, so he asked him: "What's so great about you that you dare to rush around and disturb the martial arts arena?" Even the stone lion in front of the Martial Arts Hall. I can lift it above my head!" The examiner looked at the stone lion next to him, at least it was five or six feet high, and it weighed seven or eight hundred catties without a thousand catties. He couldn't even lift it up. Get up and say: "If you can lift it up, you will be considered as a pass in the exam; if you can't lift it up, it will be regarded as making trouble with the government, but you will be punished!"

Han Dali knew it well, so he agreed to do it according to the examiner's conditions. He said: "It's not difficult to lift a lion, but I haven't eaten yet!" The examiner asked someone to bring a plate of pancakes, which weighed six or seven catties, and a bowl of cooked meat, which also weighed two catties. Han Dali made pancakes with pork, which looked like an old monk playing a trumpet, he swallowed it in big mouthfuls, and ate it up in less than a bag of cigarettes. He also kept complaining that the pancakes sent by the examiner were too few, and he only ate one and a half full. Han Dali wiped his mouth, strode over to the side of the stone lion, grabbed one of the front legs of the stone lion with one hand, grabbed the hind leg with the other hand, bent down, roared, and lifted the stone lion over Head, walked back and forth in front of the examiner, and put the stone lion back to its original place.

In this way, Han Dali became famous in Beijing. Just at this time, the emperor was selecting young and strong fighters from the Eight Banners, so Han Dali was chosen to go to the palace to practice boxing and martial arts with the emperor. Han Dali was originally full of strength, and later he learned boxing. He was really even more powerful, and no one was his opponent.

Emperor Kangxi had trained these hundred strong men, and he wanted to do something to Oboi! Once, the emperor took the eunuchs to visit Oboi's house unexpectedly. As soon as he entered the door, he saw Oboi's face flustered, as if he had done something wrong. The emperor sat on the edge of the kang, flipped it off, and saw a knife under the leather mattress. At this time, Oboi's face was ashen from fright, beads of sweat dripped down. The emperor didn't seem to take this knife seriously at all, and comforted Oboi, saying: "It's an old custom in Manchuria to carry a knife with you, we must not forget our ancestors!" He said a few more words of encouragement, and got up to leave up.

Kangxi felt that the time had come to get rid of Obai, so he chose a good day and invited Obai to the palace for a drink. Ever since the knife hidden under the mattress was discovered last time, Oboi kept muttering in his heart that he was afraid that the emperor would attack him. But he is also a man who is proficient in riding and archery. With his martial arts skills, he bravely entered the palace.

Stepping into the palace gate, he saw that the emperor was playing boxing and clubbing with a group of teenage children, all of them were superb martial arts, and their moves were brilliant. Oboi became interested and felt a little itchy, so the emperor followed suit and said, "You are also a veteran of martial arts, today you might as well play wrestling with some youngsters, and let them learn a lot." After showing his skills, and hearing Kangxi's agitation, he hurriedly took off his court clothes, put on a bag, and started fighting with the boys. None of the young warriors had ever fought Oboi, even Zhang Dali, Wang Dali and Zhao Dali were thrown to the ground. At this time, the emperor raised his mouth vigorously towards Han Dali, and Han Dali rushed to the court. When Aobai saw this tall and strong man, he was shocked at first, but before he could think of a way, the two twisted together.

I saw Han Dali stretch out his hands, like two pliers, firmly grasping Oboi's right leg and arm, lightly lifted it above his head, and fell down violently, with a bang, Oboi had turned into a meatloaf. Lying on the ground, it turned out that this was a trap set up by Kangxi, and that day he was going to execute Obai on the wrestling ring to eradicate this treacherous minister.

Emperor Kangxi, who was just twelve years old, showed his great talents in this round, and gave a blow to those ministers who dared to oppose him.

Later, all the hundred young warriors who followed Kangxi to practice martial arts were highly valued by the emperor.

Han Dali, who killed Oboi by smashing (guan), was conferred the title of King Bodhidharma; after his death in his later years, he was buried at the foot of Jinshan Mountain in the western suburbs of Beijing. His cemetery is called "Han's Mansion" by the local people.

①Emperor Kangxi is the holy ancestor of the Qing Dynasty (1654-1722), Aixinjueluo Xuanye, reigned Kangxi, and reigned from 1661 to 1722 AD.

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