K'ang Te

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K'ang Te

or

Kang Teh:

see Pu YiPu Yi
or Henry Pu-yi,
Manchu Aisin Gioro, 1906–67, last emperor (1908–12) of China, under the reign name Hsuan T'ung. After his abdication, the new republican government granted him a large government pension and permitted him to live in the
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Fuerzas republicanas ingresan a Pekin, deponen al emperador Puyi y lo dejan bajo arresto domiciliario.
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Actualites Eecrit par Mohammed Bakrim Hors champ [beaucoup moins que]Les choses en elles-memes ne sont ni belles ni laides[beaucoup plus grand que], ecrivait SpinozaIl y a une scene inoubliable dans le film de Bernardo Bertolucci, Le dernier empereur (1988), celle oE l'enfant Puyi, proclame empereur et assigne pratiquement a residence au sein de la fameuse Cite interdite, sort de ses chambres et decouvre une cour resplendissante de couleurs.
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Even the last Emperor of China is known simply as 'Puyi' rather than his full name--Aisin Gioro Puyi.
(1) The Revolution ended with the abdication of the Qing throne by Emperor Puyi, the last Manchu ruler, on February 12, 1912.
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(45) The SPBC owned a large cemetery (Puyi gongmu) in Da-chang, north of Shanghai, that it opened in 1925.