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  Discovering China: Movers & Shakers
P'u Yi only met his real mother again when he was ten, and three years later, after a quarrel with the consorts over P'u Yi's upbringing, she killed herself by swallowing a ball of opium.
P'u Yi, his staff, and his wives were moved to Tien Tsin on the coast of China where Japan had a lot of influence.
In 1931 the Japanese army invaded Manchuria and P'u Yi was proclaimed emperor.
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  Pu Yi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pu Yin isoisä oli prinssi Chun (eli 1840–1891), joka oli Daoguang-keisarin poika ja Xianfeng-keisarin velipuoli.
Hänen kuolinvuoteellaan valitsemanaan Pu Yi nousi valtaistuimelle kahden vuoden ja 10 kuukauden ikäisenä.
Pu Yi ja keisarillinen hovi saivat jäädä Kielletyn kaupungin pohjoisosan tiloihin ja kesäpalatsiin.
www.all2know.com /fi/wikipedia/p/pu/pu_yi.html   (609 words)

 EIGroup - Henry Pu Yi
Pu Yi dies from cancer, though it was rumored that he had been murdered by revolutionaries under Chairman Mao, who had called for a Cultural Revolution in China.
Pu Yi is released from prison when Mao Zedong grants him amnesty, and a year later becomes an ordinary citizen and a gardener in Bejing.
Pu Yi is forced to leave the Forbidden City by the army of Feng Yu Hsiang and views himself as blessed with “freedom” for the first time.
www.eigroupusa.com /leaders/Henry_Pu_Yi   (818 words)

 Very Brief Timeline on Pu Yi
P'u Yi was a member of the Ch'ing (or Qing) Dynasty, a Manchurian dynasty.
At the end of WWII, Pu Yi was captured by Russian forces, Stalin thought he might be useful so treated him very well for 5 years and then handing him over to the Chinese communist government in 1950.(1) Pu Yi had to spend 10 years in a reeducation camp until he was declared reformed.
If times were different and less revolutionary, Pu Yi would have been able to maintain his throne and not be the one to blame for the end of China’s long line of emperors.
www.indiana.edu /~ealc100/Group12/puyi.html   (1110 words)

 The Last Emperor
John Lone [“M. Butterfly”] stars as Pu Yi, emperor of China, who comes from a long history of a tradition that is irreversibly altered by two world wars and fierce political upheaval.
Guided by his English mentor [Peter O’Toole], Pu Yi is forced to leave the lavish, protective walls of his kingdom and somehow find the strength to build a new life in a strange world he has always longed to explore, but has never really known.
Eventually cast from his gated paradise, Pu Yi (wonderfully portrayed in adulthood by John Lone) becomes, by turns, a playboy, a dupe to the Japanese, and a victim of China's cultural reforms and re-education programs.
www.ata.boun.edu.tr /dvdcovers/thellastemeperor.htm   (3123 words)

 Royalty.nu - Chinese History - The Last Emperor of China, Henry Pu Yi (Hsuan Tung)
P'u Yi was treated very well; apparently Stalin thought that the former emperor might be useful to the Soviets later.
P'u Yi went along meekly with his captors' demands, knowing that he must do what he was told if he hoped to ever be freed.
P'u Yi's Aunt, Dowager Empress Tzu Hsi (Cixi)
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 'Last Emperor,' an Epic
Pu Yi was an accident of meteorology, the calm, rather empty center of the political hurricane that was blowing around him and that defined his place in history.
Pu Yi was a cipher compared to the remarkable characters who, in one way or another, shaped his life and modern China - Tzu Hsui, the old, ferocious Empress Dowager, who brought the boy to the throne and promptly died, and the mutually warring revolutionaries, Sun Yat-sen, Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong.
Wan Jung (Joan Chen), Pu Yi's bride, is seen as a woman of some spirit who quickly adopts an opium habit to the disgust of her husband.
www.nytimes.com /1987/11/20/arts/last-emperor-oscars.html   (1038 words)

 Ballet-Dance Magazine - Hong Kong Ballet - The Last Emperor - Warner Theatre, Washington, D.C.
Pu Yi,” the former emperor became a gardener, sometimes visiting the Forbidden City as an ordinary tourist.
Early, the ballet portrays Pu Yi with a certain sympathy and humor especially in the scenes with his British tutor, Reginald Johnston (a mime role).
Pu Yi dies unnoticed on a litter filled street, and the ballet ends on a distinctly un-fairy tale note.
www.ballet-dance.com /200406/articles/HongKong20040525.html   (967 words)

 Wu Yi Cha Wang Da Hong Pao Tea - TeaSpring.com
Wu Yi Cha Wang Da Hong Pao is produced using a special processing technique that was invented in 1985 by the Head of Wu Yi Tea Research and Development Center, Mr Chen De Hua.
What is so special about this processing method is that it produces a tea which taste and character is said to closely resemble that of a Da Hong Pao tea prepared from the tea leaves of the original 800 years old tea bush.
Wu Yi Cha Wang Da Hong Pao is processed using high-fire finish and requires a year of aging to allow its fire-character to diminish.
www.teaspring.com /Wu-Yi-Cha-Wang-Da-Hong-Pao.asp   (272 words)

Pu Yi was three years old when he became emperor.
Pu Yi's father served as his son's regent.
In 1917, when Pu Yi was 9, a warlord named Chang Hsun decided to restore him to the throne.Chang's army surrounded Peiking, and Pu Yi released a decree stating that he was the emperor once again.6 days after Pu Yi's restration, a plane dropped three boms on the Forbidden City.
www.csuchico.edu /~cheinz/syllabi/fall99/matsumoto/child.htm   (288 words)

 Li Xin, Pu Yi's Widow Reveals Last Emperor's Soft Side
Friends and relatives joined her Wednesday at a hillside some 120 km west of Beijing, where Pu Yi's ashes were buried in January after being kept in the vaults of the people's cemetery in Beijing since his death 28 years ago.
To avoid taking up with a Japanese woman, as the invaders suggested, Pu Yi chose at random a 14-year-old school girl to be his concubine but she divorced him 15 years later while he was in prison.
Pu Yi died on the second year of the cultural revolution when 'red guards' were on a national rampage, and life, and for that matter even death was difficult for anyone remotely identified with the old regimes.
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 Fopp film : dvd : film : Last Emperor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pu Yi is a prisoner in the palace he rules over.
Pu Yi grows to manhood, is tutored by a Westerner (Peter O'Toole), and marries a gorgeous princess (Joan Chen).
The mistakes Pu Yi made trying to realise that power--especially collaborating with the Japanese during the war--provide Bertolucci with the chance to explore his familiar theme of collaboration and its moral consequences (as he did in THE CONFORMIST and 1900).
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 TIMEasia.com | Visions of China: Beijing Botanical Gardens | 9/27/99
Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi, the 10th ruler of the Manchu Dynasty, was born to the gilded splendor of the Forbidden City and ascended to the throne in 1908.
Pu Yi proved a brittle ruler who lashed out at cowering servants to compensate for his sense of powerlessness.
Pu Yi spent a decade in jail, where he underwent relentless "thought reform." In addition to admitting his complicity in Japanese barbarity in Manchuria and professing communist zealotry, Pu Yi also learned more practical things like how to brush his teeth, wash his feet and tie his shoelaces.
www.time.com /time/asia/magazine/99/0927/gardens.html   (837 words)

 Henry Pu Yi
Henry Pu Yi or Aixinjueluo Puyi (愛新覺羅‧溥儀; in pinyin: ai4 xin1 jue2 luo2 · pu3 yi2), English name Henry Aisin-gioro, (1906-1967) was the last Emperor of China.
He ascended to the throne in 1908 at the age of nearly 3 and was deposed in 1911 when the Qing dynasty fell.
Some historians are skeptical about this account: Puyi had a strong interest in minimizing his own role in history, because any admission of active control would have led to his execution.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/pu/Pu_yi.html   (305 words)

 Socialist laws protect feudal emperor's rights
Pu Yi's case raises the issue of people's right to know and image rights protection and increases the necessity to further protect the celebrities' image rights and privacy.
Aisin Gioro.Pu Yi (Henry Pu Yi), China's last feudal Emperor, posed for a photo when he was undergoing reeducation in the Fushun War Criminals Administrative Center.
Pu Yi (Henry Pu) was enthroned as Emperor Xuan Tong at the age of three -- the tenth emperor of the Qing Dynasty and the last emperor of China.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /china/2006-07/18/content_643751.htm   (621 words)

 The Harvard Crimson :: Opinion :: Man of La Manchu
The life of Pu Yi reads like something from "Poor Little Rich Girl." At the age of three, Pu Yi has servants, tutors, and advisers to help him rule the kingdom.
Pu Yi continues to live the life of an emperor without really being one, maintaining the luxuriant standards of his former lifestyle.
Peter O'Toole, in a cameo as Pu Yi's English tutor, is like most of the rest of the cast in that he more or less just adds to the scenery.
www.thecrimson.com /article.aspx?ref=242124   (496 words)

It begins with Pu Yi's crowing as emperor at the age of three and continues through his deposition in the 1920s with an episodic structure concerning key events in his adulthood spent largely as a political and cultural refugee.
Pu Yi becomes a persona non grata in his homeland for being royalty but also for hailing from Manchuria, then the site of Japanese colonization efforts and much conflict during World War II.
When considering Pu Yi's motivation to finally leave the Forbidden City as a result of the cultural revolution, his simultaneous escape and banishment becomes an overall theme in the movie.
www.reelinsider.com /lastemperor.html   (1823 words)

 The Original Movie Review- The Last Emperor
Pu Yi, Lord of Ten Thousand Years, is removed from the Forbidden City and placed in a puppet state during the period when China became a Republic.
Although he was married, Pu Yi was still unable to leave the safety of his palace walls.
For ten years, Pu Yi was a captive of the Communists, but in reflection, Pu Yi had lived almost his entire life as a captive.
www.geocities.com /the_original_movie_review/lastemperor.html   (623 words)

 The Last Emperor Trailers   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pu Yi, the Manchurian emperor of China who ascended the throne in 1908 at the age of three, is a prisoner in the palace he rules over.
However, the adult Pu Yi (John Lone) is destined for a communist reeducation camp when the war is over.
The mistakes Pu Yi made trying to realize that power, especially collaborating with the Japanese during the war, provide Bertolucci with the chance to explore his familiar theme of collaboration and its moral consequences (as he did in THE CONFORMIST and 1900).
www.altomovies.com /l/last-emperor/trailers-1.html   (300 words)

 Pu Jin - AMAM   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A member of the Manchu imperial family and a cousin of the last emperor of China, Pu Jin lived through the fall of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) founded by his ancestors.
As Pu Jin's inscription indicates, his painting is a copy of a much earlier work (now in the Osaka Municipal Museum), also titled Emaciated Horse, by the scholar-painter Gong Kai (1222-1307).
Pu Jin's hanging scroll is an excellent example of the integration of painting and poetry common in Chinese culture.
www.oberlin.edu /allenart/collection/pu_jin.html   (917 words)

 Discovery Channel - Personagens chineses famosos - Pu Yi
Pu Yi O Imperador Pu Yi nasceu durante a Dinastia Qing, quando a China era dominada por forças estrangeiras.
Os Manchus esperavam restituir o trono de Pu Yi, e queriam que ele se associasse a forças ocidentais, que pudessem ajudá-lo a realizar seu objetivo.
Pu Yi fugiu para a União Soviética e mantido em prisão domiciliar depois do fim da guerra, e voltou à China em 1950, onde foi aprisionado por nove anos.
www.discoverybrasil.com /china_antiga/personagens_chineses_famosos/pu_yi/index.shtml   (208 words)

 Professor Josie & Dr. Pu Yi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pu Yi, a recent immigrant from the People's Republic of China via New Jersey, whose work on furious and frenetic barking has set the canine academic world upside down.
Yi's theories that humans can be urged to take you out of your crate at bedtime by barking frantically as if you're being tortured to death are currently being tested at KMU with very interesting results.
Yi reports: "After dealing with the Communist government of China and the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles, no rottie-lab is gonna scare me." A smaller dog may sometimes need to be separated from a larger one, especially if he constantly wants to play when the larger dog wants to rest.
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 Enciclopedia - Pu Yi
Pu Yi (Henry) Pu Yi: Último emperador de la dinastía chino-manchú de los Qing nacido en Beijing el 2 de febrero de 1906 y falleció en la misma ciudad el 17 de octubre de 1967.
Cumplidos los tres años de edad, Pu Yi fue proclamado emperador con el nombre de Xuangtong, en noviembre de 1908, tras sucederle a su tío Guangxu y a la anciana emperatriz Ci Xi pero el poder fue regentado durante todo su reinado, por su padre Chun.
Obligado a vivir de una pensión gubernamental y a residir en Ciudad Prohibida, Pu Yi vivió allí desde 1912 a 1924, estudiando temas de China y de occidente.
www.enciclopedia.com /es/p/pu/pu_yi.php   (433 words)

 The Last Emperor
Pu Yi died in 1967, but his brother, younger by one year, still lives and works in Beijing.
Pu Yi had particular difficulties since, as emperor, he had never lifted a finger - was not allowed to dress himself, could not tie his own shoelace.
After their release (and, oddly, it took Pu Jie one year longer to receive his pardon) they both worked together in the national archives specializing in the late-Qing, the Warlord, and the Japanese occupation periods.
sacu.org /pujie.html   (1265 words)

 Pu Yi - Encyclopedia.com
Pu Yi or Henry Pu-yi, Manchu Aisin Gioro, 1906-67, last emperor (1908-12) of China, under the reign name Hsuan T'ung.
He was captured by the Russians in 1945 and kept as their prisoner.
In 1946, Pu Yi testified at the Tokyo war crimes trial that he had been the unwilling tool of the Japanese militarists and not, as they claimed, the instrument of Manchurian self-determination.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-PuYi.html   (508 words)

 Pu Yi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pu Yi entstammte dem mandschurischen Fürstengeschlecht der Aisin Gioro, die seit 1644 als Qing-Dynastie China beherrschten.
Februar 1912 wurde Pu Yi von Yuan Shikai zur Abdankung gezwungen.
Pu Yi wurde 1922 verheiratet, und zwar gleich mit zwei Frauen: mit Wang Jung (Wän Rung), der späteren Kaiserin, und Wen Hsiu als kaiserliche Nebenfrau.
www.netzwelt.de /lexikon/Pu_Yi.html   (909 words)

 LINK-MAIL: The Last Emperor of China and The Forbidden City - Biographies, Facts & Maps   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Henry P'u Yi, or Qing Xuan Tong Di between 1909-1911, was the 'Last Emperor of China'.
The Child Emperor ("..The last Emperor of China, Henry P'u Yi, was born in 1906 as a member of the Chi'ng dynasty.
Pu Yi's Widow Reveals Last Emperor's Soft Side ("..China's last emperor, shown as a hedonistic collaborator in Bernardo Bertolucci's film of the same name, has been revealed by his widow as a lonely, vulnerable man who even threatened suicide when she spoke of divorce.
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