We wandered far and near to the world's famous obelisk. What interested me most about the landmarks in Washington was the inscription by Xu Jishe, governor of Fujian Province, that Washington was a different place. He was brave enough to win the war, and the separatist regime was stronger than Cao Liu. He had already taken three feet of sword and opened up a vast area of Xinjiang. He did not arrogate his title or pass on his descendants. Instead, he created the law of recommendation, which was more public than the whole world and was the will of three generations. It administers the country with respect to good and vulgar practices, but does not advocate martial arts. It is also very different from other countries. After tasting his portrait, he has a magnificent appearance and is not a man of excellence. In the same year as Emperor Qianlong, if we did not pass on Jiaqing's method of attacking the Westerners, would China suffer from the humiliation of Jiawu and the death of Yuanmingyuan?