Since then there had been two main centres of production, Szechwan and south-eastern China.
It would be easier to climb to Heaven than to walk the Szechwan Road.
Meanwhile the governors of Szechwan in the west and Chekiang in the south-east made themselves independent.
In 347 he reconquered Szechwan and deposed the local dynasty.
The ruling gentry clique represented especially the interests of the large tea producers and merchants in Szechwan and Kiangsi.
The last part of the line traverses very rich and populous districts of the famous Red Basin of Szechwan province.
Turning northward to Lohsintu and crossing the Szechwan border at that point, it proceeds to Suifu.
It would be easier to climb to Heaven than to walk the Szechwan Road; and those who hear the tale of it turn pale with fear.
For it would be easier to climb to Heaven than to walk the Szechwan Road.
The present province of Szechwan, in the west, had belonged to Fu Chien's empire.