Empress Dowager Cixi - Wikipedia
Empress Dowager Cixi died in the Hall of Graceful Bird at the Middle Sea (中海儀鸞殿) of Zhongnanhai, Beijing, on 15 November 1908, after having installed Puyi as the new emperor on 14 November 1908. Her death came only a day after the death of the Guangxu Emperor. Radicals greeted the news with scorn.
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Cixi, consort of the Xianfeng emperor (reigned 1850–61), mother of the Tongzhi emperor (reigned 1861–75), adoptive mother of the Guangxu emperor (reigned 1875–1908), and a towering presence over the Chinese empire for almost half a century. She was one of the most powerful women in the history of China.
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Empress Dowager Cixi took over the rule of mighty Imperial China in the late 19th century. After her son Tongzhi succeeded his father Emperor Xianfeng, she made herself custodian to the minor ...
Cixi, the controversial empress dowager who modernized China
Cixi again seized the reins of government, adopting the son of her sister and Prince Chun and naming him emperor. Ci’an and Cixi would continue to act as regents to the new emperor, Guangxu ...
Empress Dowager Cixi - Chinese History - ThoughtCo
At this time, Cixi was often bed-ridden with a liver ailment. In April of 1881, Empress Dowager Niuhuru suddenly died at the age of 44, possibly of a stroke. Naturally, rumors quickly spread through the foreign legations that Cixi had poisoned her, although Cixi was herself probably too ill to have had any part in a plot.
Cixi: The Woman Behind the Throne | History | Smithsonian
—Daniele Vare, an Italian diplomat in Peking, in his 1936 biography of Cixi,"The Last Empress" History can be a slippery substance, particularly when it comes to personalities.
Empress Dowager Cixi Biography - Facts, Childhood, Rule ...
Cixi was born on November 29, 1835, to Yehenara Huizheng and Lady Fuca. According to palace archives, her father, who was an ordinary official from the Manchu Yehenara clan, was working in Beijing in 1835, indicating her place of birth as Beijing.
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Cixi, Zhejiang - Wikipedia
Cixi (Mandarin pronunciation (help · info)), alternately romanized as Tzeki, is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of the sub-provincial city of Ningbo, in the north of Zhejiang province, China. At the 2010 census, its population was 1,462,383. Its urban agglomeration built-up (or metro) area, largely contiguous with Cixi plus the county-level city of Yuyao, had 2,473,042 inhabitants.