Han Tu Cao is the first and only general considered to be queen in Chinese history. Although it was unsuccessful, his love affair with King Tran De was always the subject of Chinese history, where love transcends the rules of life.
Han Tu Cao is also called Tran Tu Cao , the former name is Man Tu, Son Son, Coi Ke and Luong Trieu. Tu Cao came from a peasant family, earning a living by making shoes. At the age of 16, the appearance of Tu Cao was extremely beautiful, making the contemporaries utter "great looks, white skin, black hair, delicate eyebrows".
The character "ten thousand people love" of Tu Cao.(Illustration).
According to historical records, then the rebellion, Tu Cao and his father wandered everywhere, often touching soldiers. However, thanks to his handsome appearance, Tu Cao has been spared many times by soldiers.
Once between the soldiers and soldiers, Han Tu Cao accidentally met Thai beastman Tran Tay , the grandson of King Tran Ba Tien, who would later go to King Tran Van De (522-566). At that time, Tran Tay was in charge of Ngo Hung Beast. When he met Han Tu Cao and asked for a passport to go home, he loved him at first sight. He then offered to invite Han Tu Cao to accompany him, to enjoy the precious life's wealth. Zi Cao saw another brave young man in front of him who could bring his luck, and nodded in agreement. Tran Tay gave him the name Han Tu Cao.
Han Tu Cao was deeply cared for by Tran Tay. They live together, as close as husband and wife. Tran Tay wholeheartedly told Tu Cao enough to hold, period, examination, painting, riding and archery. Capital intelligence, Tu Cao learns where to remember, hard work diligently practice. Chen West was pleased. When the battle is over, Tran Tay is always at Tu Cao's side to protect his protection. After many times of birth and death with Tran Tay, establishing many merits, Han Tu Cao was conferred as a general, becoming an effective right hand of Tran Tay. The affection between the two people became more and more intimate, eating with the tray, sleeping with the bed, together like the figure with the ball.
Tran Tay's younger sister is Princess Tran Doanh, although she is married but still falls in love with Tu Cao. However, the dream was not successful, the princess became ill and died. Tran Tien was extremely angry, and immediately ordered his subordinates to carry the code of Tran Doanh to behead. The whole court from there feared Tu Cao, no one dared to commit it.
Tay Tay was passionate about Tu Cao, and once he said: "If a big karma is established, then I will set you up as a queen, but you are a general, I am afraid that people will ask you"
Tu Cao bowed his head. "There is a queen, now a male man. If the princess is grateful, I will not die."
Tran Van De taught Tu Cao enough to hold - period - exam - painting.(Illustration)
After defeating the Luong dynasty, the Tran and Tran Tay houses were established to become Tran Van De. Phong gave Tu Cao the commander of the army. Tu Cao fought against that victory, setting up many merits respected by his contemporaries. Tran Van De saw Tu Cao storming the battlefield, but he could not bring himself to return to the citadel to keep his side. Recalling the promise of the past, he offered to establish Han Tu Cao as a queen. His will was met with fierce opposition from the court. Sub-mandarins claim that it is impossible to set up a general on the position of a suspect.
At this time, the Tran dynasty built the map, the royal authority was still weak, and Tran Van De did not want to disobey the right of the religious authorities, as well as to make the world hostile, to return to Tu Cao to become a mandarin. Whenever he was sick or thought he went to Tu Cao. There are days in Tu Cao's side for a few days, the women in the model see it but dare not say anything.
Although not yet once ordained, Han Tu Cao has always been the only queen in the heart of the king of love Tran De.(Illustration).
Although not yet once ordained, Han Tu Cao has always been the only queen in the heart of the king of love Tran De. After the death of Tran Van De, Tu Cao was granted death with him. The life he handed down was the first and only male Queen in Chinese history. Similar to his tomb and the tomb of Tran De built opposite each other, there is also a passage between the two graves. Perhaps Emperor Chen wanted to fulfill his promise to Tu Cao to always be by his side, even in the afterlife.