Xiang Yu was the leader of the peasant uprising army at the end of the Qin Dynasty. He was domineering and arbitrary, so he was defeated in the battle of Chu and Han, and finally ended up killing the Wujiang River. Why didn’t Xiang Yu cross the Wujiang River? For more than two thousand years, people have various theories.
There is a point of view that the overlord of Western Chu is no more than Jiangdong because of the death of Concubine Yu. Some people think that Xiang Yu’s failure to cross the Wujiang River is due to a noble quality, and is considered from the early elimination of the people’s war suffering.
Why did Xiang Yu fail to cross the Wujiang River? For more than two thousand years, both literati, poets and historians have paid great attention to it, but so far Hard to come to a conclusion.