In the last years of the Qin Dynasty, the Zhending people in Hebei / Qin Jiang Zhao Tuo seized Lingnan and established Guangzhou as the center of the South Vietnam country, which was independent of the Central Plains. The ruling area included the two counties of Jiaozhi and Jiuzhen in northern Vietnam, and was later destroyed by Han Wu. His descendants spread throughout Lingnan, and many outstanding figures emerged, such as:
Zhao's wife, Zhao Shizhen, and her brother, Zhao Guoda, are two powerful leaders in Jun'an County, Jiuzhen County (now Nashan District, Zhaoshan County, Qinghua Province, Vietnam).
（Vợ của Zhao, Zhao Shizhen, và anh trai của cô, Zhao Guoda, là hai nhà lãnh đạo quyền lực ở quận Jun'an, huyện Cửu Trại Câu (nay là huyện Nashan, huyện Zhao Sơn, tỉnh Qinghua, Việt Nam).）
In 248 AD, a large-scale uprising led by Mrs. Zhao broke out in Vietnam, opposing Wu rule during the Three Kingdoms period. Soochow's famous general Lu Yin made a history of Jiaozhou, and led the army to suppress it. Mrs. Zhao died in Songshan (in the area of Futian, Houlu County, Qinghua Province). The Vietnamese people built Mrs. Zhao's tomb and temple on Songshan and called it "female" emperor".