It means that there is a situation that often occurs in China's dynasties and dynasties, that is, in the middle and late stages of the dynasties, there will be problems that the decrees cannot be effectively implemented. The emperor's orders are often only valid in the imperial palace or the Gyeonggi area directly under the jurisdiction of the government, and once this range is exceeded, the power of the central government begins to diminish.
There are many reasons for this situation, some of which are the separation of the vassal and towns, some of which are poorly governed by the officials, or photo background removing the paralysis of the administrative system. At the end of the Han Dynasty, the heroes were divided. At the end of the Tang Dynasty, the powers of the various quarters were spread to the sky. At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the bureaucratic system and economic system collapsed. Although these problems all occurred at the end of the dynasty, if you study these histories carefully, the lesions can often be found in the middle period, and their clues can be predicted.
At the end of the Han and Tang dynasties, there would be separatist regimes in the vassal and towns, and at the end of the Ming and Qing dynasties, there would be corrupt bureaucratic systems. In fact, it was closely related to the system of these dynasties. I will not elaborate on these historical issues here, but I want to discuss whether the problems of these dynasties will be relevant today. China repeats itself. Because with the tense relations between the United States and China, Xi Jinping has broken the past practice and intends to stay in power for life, which has put China in a state of change and crisis. However, at this critical moment, he found that China's bureaucracy and local governments often go their separate ways. They do things that contradict each other. Whether Xi Jinping's leadership prestige will be invalidated,