The truth is that the Qin people worship black. From kings to commoners, even slaves were dressed in black. Even the decoration at the place of the Qin Dynasty is not as gorgeous as many other countries, but with black as the main color. Girl riding horse you don’t stop riding when you get old poster. In fact, the people of the Qin Dynasty really liked the color black. According to “Han Thu Luat Su Chi” recorded in the Eastern Han Dynasty (25 BC – 220), Tan Van Cong (? – 716) went out to hunt, and caught a black dragon. Black is the symbol of “virtue”, ie the water in the Five Elements. The ruler of the Qin state at that time thought that he was destitute and should prefer black. Therefore, from the Spring and Fall period of the Warring States (770 – 221 BC) until the time of King Tan’s reunification, people worshiped this color.