Kilometer" uses a real historical narrative to write a historical legend under a fictional framework that spans ancient and modern China and foreign countries. The whole book is divided into three parts: the inner chapter, the outer chapter, and the secret chapter. The inner chapter is the main body of the whole book, and the outer chapter and the secret chapter are supplemented, making the entire legend more rich, magical and weird. The so-called "Beijing Zero Kilometer" is based on facts, and specifically refers to a sign of zero kilometers of Chinese highways located in Tiananmen
Square, Beijing. This whatsapp database is the starting point of all highways in China. For example, there are 1,959 kilometers from Beijing to Hong Kong, and it is calculated from this point. The author stands at this practical zero-point position and narrates the history, characters and events of Beijing in the past 800 years from the perspective of a historian who exists in a world of nothingness. From the legendary Liu Bowen’s construction of the Four Nine Cities of Beijing, to the establishment of Shuntian Mansion by the Ming Dynasty in the 14th century, the construction of the
Forbidden City, the construction of Beijing, the core area around the symbol of “Beijing Zero Kilometer”, and then to 1644 Li Zicheng occupied Beijing for 42 days and burned down the towers. A few days later, the Manchus entered Beijing and established the Qing Dynasty. Beijing regained the glory of the imperial capital. Until the Revolution of 1911 overthrew the monarchy and the Republic of China took over the Qing Empire, the capital was still set in Beijing.