Compared with the "talent", the same function is the "section" of "seeing the emperor", and the field of use is diplomacy. The earliest form of "section" is "stalking stick", which is made of bamboo, and also retains the bamboo knot, so it is called a festival. At the end of the scepter, there is a decoration made of yak hair, called "Jing", so the two are also collectively called "Jing Festival". Regarding the shape and appearance of the Jingjie, we are most impressed by Su Wu, who represented Emperor Wu as an envoy to the Xiongnu in the middle of the Han Dynasty.
As a diplomat, he was holding a scepter, also known telemarketing list as a scepter. Everyone knows the story later. Su Wu was taken captive by the Huns and sent to Siberia to reform through labor. He shepherd sheep in Lake Baikal. He could not come back until he raised more than 6,500 sheep. Things got mixed in!) So Su Wu had to sing "Lovely lamb, go and bask in the sun..." every day (?) In short, Su Wu has been shepherding sheep for 20 years.
The biography of Su Wu in the Han book records: "Standing Han festivals shepherd sheep, lying up and handling, and all manners fall." The ancient folk song "Su Wu Shepherd", which we are all familiar with, also mentions: "Through hardships Difficulty, the festival has not been repaid.” The festival mentioned here is the flag on the scepter, which is made of yak hair, so we can understand the appearance and details of the Han festival.