In China, great minds look alike (literally)

Alia | March 31st, 2011 - 4:50 am

China has 5000 years of history and along with it, many important historical figures. Well…according to the findings of Chinese netizens, many of these great minds in China’s history may just as well be one man “traveling back and forth through time”. Their proof? Pictures from Chinese history book…they all look the same man with slightly different beard.

In the picture, there are Emperor Qin Shi Huang (the one who built Terracotta warriors), Emperor Guangwu (Great emperor of Han Dynasty), Zhuge Liang (legendary chancellor during the Three Kingdoms period), Emperor Xuanzong (last emperor of Tang Dynasty’s golden age), and Yan Zhenqing (a very famous Chinese calligrapher).

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