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  Shenyang Attractions: Shenyang Imperial Palace
It was finished in 1636 by his son Abahai (Huangtaiji).
Nurhachi and Abahai were both founding emperors of the Qing Dynasty.
Qingning Palace was the bedchamber for Abahai and his concubines.
www.travelchinaguide.com /attraction/liaoning/shenyang/palace.htm   (592 words)

  
  Ch'ing China: The Establishment of the Ch'ing Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
   He was succeeded by Abahai (1592-1643), his second son, who first attacked Korea and then marched on China.
After looting Beijing, Abahai set up a civil administration modelled after that of China; this administration, however, was slightly different from the Chinese model.
   Abahai also renamed his people, "Manchu," rather than "Jurched," and renamed the dynasty from "Chin," which had bad connotations in China, to "Ch'ing," meaning "Pure." When Abahai died in 1643, the crown fell to his son, Fu-lin, who was only six years old.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/CHING/CHING1.HTM   (393 words)

  
 Abahai Biography
Article abstract: Abahai consolidated and then expanded the empire begun by his father, Nurhachi, and established the foundations for Manchu rule over China during the Ch’ing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Abahai (also known as Hung Taiji) was the eighth son of Nurhachi (1559-1626).
Little is known about his early youth, but apparently as a teen he impressed his father with his fierce courage and intelligence.
www.enotes.com /salem-history/abahai   (139 words)

  
 Shenyang - Destination Guide - Hotel Near   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He died in 1626, as work on his palace was just beginning, and was succeeded by his eighth son, Abahai, who consolidated and extended Manchu influence across northern China.
Abahai is buried here, and though it was his father who was the real pioneering imperialist, Abahai certainly got the best tomb.
The well-preserved complex, constructed in 1643, is entered through a gate to the south, either side of which are pavilions; the easternmost was for visiting emperors to wash and refresh themselves, the westernmost for sacrifices of pigs and sheep.
www.hotelnear.com /194/332/China-Shenyang.html   (1221 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Print Preview - Qing Dynasty
In 1616 Nurhaci (1559-1626) declared himself the khan (ruler) of the Jurchen and the founder of a new dynasty, which he named the Later Jin (Chin), after a 12th-century foreign kingdom of the same name.
Following Chinese practice, he divided administrative responsibilities among six ministries and recruited talented Chinese men who had lost confidence in Ming rule to fill some of the posts.
In 1635 Abahai renamed his people “Manchu” to give them a sense of a fresh start, free from past ties to the Chinese.
encarta.msn.com /text_761557160___3/Qing_Dynasty.html   (3214 words)

  
 All Empires - The Qin Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
It was later remamed "Qing", signifiying clarity, by his successor Abahai.
Nurhaci was badly defeated and wounded in this battle, and died soon after, leaving the throne to his son Abahai.
By the next year the dynasty was secure, and the son of Abahai, Tong Zhi, became the first emperor of the Qing Dynasty.
www.allempires.com /empires/qing/qing1.htm   (4098 words)

  
 Qing1
In 1635 Abahai proclaimed the name 'Manchu' to be used for his people (instead of Jurchen) and the dynastic name Later Jin was changed to Great Qing [=Clear, Clarity].
With the military and strategic strength that the Manchu had gained and with their political unity and administrative organization all prerequisites for a stabile rule had been established.
In 1645, when Abahai established the capital of the Great Qing in Beijing, all Chinese inhabitants of the northern part of the city were expelled and had to settle in the southern part, reserved for the non-Manchu population.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~inaasim/Mingqing04/Qing2.htm   (1149 words)

  
 tour destinations shenyang Imperial Palace
In 1625 Nurhaci began construction on the palace and it was completed in 1636 under Abahai's reign.
The main architecture on the central axis is the Chong Zheng Dian, where Abahai attended to his political affairs.
Behind is the three towers Feng Huang Lou (Phoenix Tower), and Qing Ning Gong (Palace of Celestial Peace) in which Abahai and his concubines lived.
www.cntravel.biz /china_tour_destinations/shenyang/Imperial-Palace.shtml   (340 words)

  
 Copper Cash of the Qing Dynasty - ²M´Â³qÄ_»É¿ú
His cuccessor, Abahai defeated the Ming quickly, but passed away before the claim of the throne.
In 1644 his son Shih Tsu was made the first emperor of the Qing Dynasty (or Ching Dynasty), which was to rule China until 1911.
Having ascended the throne as the first emperor of the Qing Dynasty in 1644 with the reign title Shun Chih, the Emperor Shih Tsu (Personal Name: Ai Hsin Chiolo Fulin, the 9th son of Abahai.) ordered the minting of two types of Shun Chih T'ung Pao cash coins for general circulation.
ykleungt.tripod.com /qingcash.htm   (1557 words)

  
 Dorgon --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Dorgon was the 14th of the 16 sons of Nurhachi, founder of the Manchu state, who in 1616 proclaimed himself emperor of China but died in 1626 before making good his claim to the Imperial title.
On Abahai's death in 1643, Dorgon was nominated his successor but declined, reportedly because of loyalty to the dead emperor.
The fact that Dorgon executed two princes when he discovered their plot to put him on the Imperial throne is characteristic of the high moral standards for which he is praised by historians.
www.britannica.com /ebc/article-9030967   (1034 words)

  
 Qing2
Nurhaci died soon after the founding of the capital and was succeeded by Abahai (1627-1643).
In order to create a functioning state Abahai imitated Chinese institutions with the assistance of Chinese civil and military advisers.
In 1635 he proclaimed the name Manchu to be used for his people (instead of Jurchen) and the dynastic name Later Jin was changed for Great Qing.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~inaasim/qinglong/MingQing/Qing2.htm   (1700 words)

  
 Breaking the Chains part 3
Nurhachi's successor was Dorgon's brother Abahai, Nurhachi's eighth son.
During Abahai's attempt to conquer China, Dorgon led one of the army groups that breached the Great Wall and sacked a number of cities.
Rather than become emperor Dorgon chose to act as regent for Abahai's five-year-old son Fu-lin.
www.stevesdinner.plus.com /swd33.htm   (767 words)

  
 Read about Hong Taiji at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Hong Taiji and learn about Hong Taiji here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Chinese: 皇太極 huáng tài jí; also known as 洪太極 hóng tài jí or 黃台吉 huáng tái jí; sometimes referred to as Abahai), (
Although it was always thought as a gossip, he was said to be involved in the suicuide of Prince Dorgon's mother,
Lady Abahai in order to block the succsession of his younger brother.
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Hong_Taiji   (738 words)

  
 YouTube - Amara Abahai dancing
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Amara Abahai performing a Josephine Baker inspired dance in the Volupte Bar Burlesque club in London.
Amara Abahai Josephine Baker Burlesque Caberet Dance Woody Herman Swing Catherine Wheeler
www.youtube.com /watch?v=aVCmUt88MIE&mode=related&search=   (444 words)

  
 Manchu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In the 17th century, the leader of the Juchen, Nurhachi, invaded China and defeated the opposition, and later he revived the Chin Dynasty.
Nurhachi’s son, Abahai who renamed the Juchen as “Manchu,”; started the Manchu Dynasty in Peking in 1644.
The Manchu eventually ruled the whole of China by 1680 and the Chin Dynasty retained its power until the beginning of the 19th century.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/cultural/oldworld/asia/manchuculture.html   (501 words)

  
 China Hotels: China Hotel Discounts, Online secured Comfirmation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The city (then known as Mukden) was declared first capital of the expanding Manchu empire by Nurhaci.
When the Manchus, having defeated the resident Ming, moved to Beijing in 1644, and established the Qing dynasty, Shenyang became a secondary power center of steadily declining importance.
From the Palace, bus #213 will get you to the North Tomb in Beiling Park, or you can take bus #220 or trolley bus #6 direct from the South station.
www.airchinatickets.com /china_travel_guides/SHENYANG/shenyang.htm   (1272 words)

  
 Qing Dynasty, Manchu Dynasty
In 1636, Nurhachi's son Abahai, renamed the dynasty as Qing in Shenyang while formally declaring war on the Ming.
Wu Sangui, a Ming commander stationed in Shanhaiguan Pass, led the Qing army through the pass.
With the assistance of Dorgan, one of his chancellors, Fulin, son of Abahai, captured Beijing in the same year and four months later, moved his capital there.
www.warriortours.com /intro/history/qing   (1033 words)

  
 politics.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Nurachi and his son Abahai were the leaders of the Aisin Gioro clan who were part of the Chien-chou tribe.
The Aisin Gioro clan beat the rival Juchen tribes and became leaders of the Juchen.
Dorgon, the uncle of Abahai's son (who will be the first Ch'ing emperor), destroyed Li Tzu-ch'eng and took Peking.
sun.menloschool.org /~crich/qing/politics.html   (985 words)

  
 Zeno - Oriental Coins Database - Fake China, pre-Qing period, 10 cash, Abahai khan, Sure han ni jiha - Powered by ...
Abahai - son of Nurhaci, Manchu trible leader.
The name of Abahai as Chinese Emperor was Tai-zong and Tian Cong, see his portrait #5497
As far as I know /sure han/ was the reign title.
www.zeno.ru /showphoto.php?photo=5496   (222 words)

  
 Password.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
That doesn't mean everything else is free for the taking -- it just means I'm not quite as worried about defending my stuff in that aspect.
It basically started when I ran a search with a name Abahai - a historical figure I pilfered a name from.
I was shocked to see I landed the fourth match on Google.
www.nightshift.insomniacmachine.net /password.htm   (232 words)

  
 User talk:Mel Etitis - Dangeruss-Industries.com
Lady Abahai as the title reflects the content of the article much better, wouldn´t you agree?
but either the Shikibu[?] is listed, or the Lady, you cannot simply call her Murasaki, just like Abahai.
hi there Mel Etitis, actually that was a typo-mistake, it should have been Lady Abahai, i tried to change it back but it was too late, sorry about that.
www.dangeruss-industries.com /results/User_talk:Mel_Etitis.html   (1108 words)

  
 FilmSpot User Profile - abahai
Why not send abahai a private message with some words of encouragement?
abahai must really love FilmSpot and agree with every review we've ever written!
What other reason could abahai possibly have for not rating a single film?
www.filmspot.com /users/abahai   (54 words)

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