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Placed on the throne in at the age of two, Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi became the tenth ruler of the Ch’ing Dynasty and the last From Emperor to Citizen: The Autobiography of Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi. Front Cover. Puyi, William John Francis Jenner. LibraryThing Review. User Review – tonynetone – LibraryThing. Last Emperor of China by Pu Yi (Author) () Last Emperor of China 1 July – 12 July. Puyi or Pu Yi of the Manchu Aisin Gioro clan, was the last Emperor of China and the twelfth and Behr p. ; ^ Pu Yi; Jenner, W.J.F. (). From Emperor to Citizen: The Autobiography of Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi. Oxford University Press. pp.

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He never visited Puyi after Belakangan walau sudah menyerahkan banyak hartanya te menunjukkan itikad baik, Pu Yi tetap harus mencuci dan menambal pakaian serta membetulkan kaca matanya yang rusak sendiri.

From Emperor To Citizen: The Autobiography Of Aisin Gioro Pu Yi

The non-productive members were than yo to voluntary reform by confessing to their past errors and think about ways to become productive members of the family. That sounds strange, given that this was an emperor, who had two wives and a multitude of servants. Disaat dia ingin berkunjung ke tempat di luar kota terlarang, dia tidak hanya membutuhkan 10 mobil untuk menampung semua rombongan, citiizen juga harus meminta polisi republik untuk menempatkan penjaga untuknya dan menjaga jalanan untuk melindunginya.

First published in Chinese in and then banned by the revolutionaries ten years later, this remarkable autobiography presents the story of a man who served twice as emperor of China, once as emperor of the Japanese puppet state in Manchuria, and then underwent a complete re-education in the prisons of the Communist Chinese government, finally leading a life as an ordinary citizen. After all, this book is an interesting one, for I get insights about life in the Forbidden City told by the one who actually used to own it, and how an Emperor lived his life.


The Tongzhi Emperor died at the age of 18 without a son, and was succeeded by the Guangxu Emperor r. The civilized China of this age, without the Emperor, has a Xi who is ready to wage war against Taiwan.

Jenner has written a general introduction and individual introductions to each chapter, giving the history of autobiogra;hy book and its political background.

Now, however I learnt that the Emperor had an unnatural love for a pageboy. This article needs additional citations for verification. Perjalanan Pu Yi yang tidak mudah dari mulai dielu-elukan hingga dia menjadi bual-bualan teman-teman sell nya ketika dalam penjara.

When he ruled as Emperor of the Qing Dynasty from to and during his brief restoration inPuyi’s era name was “Xuantong”, so he was known as the “Xuantong Emperor” simplified Chinese: Pu Yi menganggap tutornya adalah orang barat yang paling pintar.

Puyi came to Beijing on 9 December with special permission from Mao Zedong and lived for the next six months in an ordinary Beijing residence with his sister before being transferred to a government-sponsored hotel.

Masa-masa penting dalam sejarah Cina: Lists with This Book. Apalagi saat ia berhasil membeli sebuah rumah untuk ditinggal bersama istri barunya Li Shu-hsien. Views Read Edit View ftom. As the only person capable of controlling Puyi, Johnston had much more influence than his title of English tutor would suggest, as the eunuchs began to rely on him to steer Puyi away from his more capricious moods. Puyi’s nephew Jui Lon stated in an interview with Behr that before his imprisonment Puyi’s chief characteristic:.

This autobiography is a unique account of an Emperor, Henry Pu Yi, the Lord of 10, years, fall from his privileged position to that of a humble and ordinary citizen of Mao’s communist regime in modern China.

Emperors of the Qing dynasty. Ahhhhh I loved this book till the emepror There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Notwithstanding the fact that China is officially a republic and a communist one at that, it is still governed with imperial pretense. Isinya menceritakan kisah hidup sejak menjadi kaisar ,tukang kebun dan menjadi anggota kongres dan juru bicara bagi masyarakat Manchu.


Political Leaders of Modern China: For example, I don’t know whether to laugh or feel sorry aisjn-gioro After reading this book, I can’t help but feeling sorry for Pu Yi.

He is put in a cell with others, forced to take care of himself for the first time in his life, shown he is not above others simply because of who his parents were. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. His position as a historical character is also unique. Bahkan sekarang semua orang hanya memanggil namanya dan dia harus datang saat dipanggil. Lalu kehidupan sebuah kekaisaran berikut intrik-intriknya.

You may have already requested this item. This autobiography traces the unique life of Henry Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, from when he first ascended the throne at 2 years 10 months of age, if his time in hiding, to his time puppet ruling Manchukuo for the Japanese in WWII, to his thought reform under the communists.

World War II comes, he is captured by the Communists, ‘rehabilitated’, then lives out the rest of his days as just another man in Beijing. Visit our help center Contact us Help find. Puyi as the Kangde Emperor, circa March His statements about the time just around his citozen disagree with what I’ve found regarding emperkr failure of the Great Leap Forward, but likely I haven’t got all the information.

Pu Yi is a fair author. I’m staying with relatives and can’t find my way home”.

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Banyak hal yang menarik juga bisa ditemui dalam buku ini. Biography Autobiographies Additional Physical Format: The chapters detailing his transformation to an ordinary citizen of communist China were fascinating and demonstrated the power of Mao’s famous thought control procedure to great effect. Why are you looking at me that way?