It mainly tells the story of Xue Gang, the son of the two Liao king Xue Dingshan, who turned against Tang.
The story of Xue Gang's Anti-Tang Dynasty tells that Xue Dingshan, the son of Xue Rengui, was killed by the traitor Zhang Tai (son of Zhang Shigui) during the Tang dynasty. Xue Dingshan's eldest son Xue Yong and second son Xue Meng were stunned by feudal morals and cut off in the city. And Xue Dingshan's third son Xue Gang, who is strong in character, refuses to yield, three sacrifices to the iron mound, and defended Luling King Li Xian, finally set off against Tang, reporting all the biographies of blood and deep hatred that allowed justice to be extended.
"Xue Gang Anti Tang" is a traditional Chinese story. The book records: Xue Gang is the son of Xue Dingshan, the king of the two Liao provinces. On the Lantern Festival, the Prince was killed, the sacred car crashed, and a great disaster occurred. Xue Dingshan's family was destroyed by Wu Zetian. Later, Xue Gang fled to Xiliang alone and moved to the army. He was assisted by Li Xian, the king of Luling, against Wu Zetian.
The son of Xue Dingshan, Xue Gang, rebelled against the Tang Dynasty, starting with Xue Dingshan's funeral father, Wu Zetian entering the palace to be favored, and Xue Gang's festivities, and ending with the reunion of Ruizong and the Xue family reunion. The plot is equivalent to the 70th to 90th episodes of the 90th edition of Zheng Xi Shuo Tang San Zhuan, but the narrative is more detailed than that of Zheng Xi Shuo Tang San Zhuan. The novel evolves from history, and the storyline is mostly from folklore. However, characters such as Xue Dingshan, Fan Lihua, Chen Jinding, Xue Gang, Xue Jinlian, etc. have become popular art images in the folk.