“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”
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Manchukuo Pu Yi Postcard From 1934

Posted: March 17th, 2014 | 1 Comment »

Emperor Henry Puyi on a Japanese postcard, Manchruia (Manchukuo), 1934…I don’t think ChinaRhymers really need the whole Pu Yi, Manchuria, Japanese stooge thing explained again….


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One Comment on “Manchukuo Pu Yi Postcard From 1934”

  1. 1 Steven Toh said at 8:42 am on October 13th, 2020:

    Good blog… keep it up…. I remember Pu Yi once said: ” It was this tiny world where I was to spent the most absurd childhood possible until I was driven out by the National Army in 1924. I called it absurd because at a time when China was called a republic and when time that mankind had advanced into the 20th century I was still living the life of an emperor, breathing the dust of the 19th century.”

    I tried to write a blog about him, see whether you like it: https://stenote.blogspot.com/2018/09/an-interview-with-pu-yi.html

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