Cixi | Biography & Facts | Britannica
Cixi, Wade-Giles romanization Tz’u-hsi, also called Xitaihou or Xiaoqin Xianhuanghou, byname Empress Dowager, (born November 29, 1835, Beijing, China—died November 15, 1908, Beijing), consort of the Xianfeng emperor (reigned 1850–61), mother of the Tongzhi emperor (reigned 1861–75), adoptive mother of the Guangxu emperor (reigned 1875 ...
Cixi: The Woman Behind the Throne - Smithsonian Magazine
Seagrave's 1992 biography of Cixi, Dragon Lady, is among the most thorough attempts to sift the solid facts from the sticky sea of rumors about the empress. He takes nearly 500 pages to explain ...
Empress Dowager Cixi - Wikipedia
Empress Dowager Cixi [tsʰɹ̩̌.ɕì]; born Yehe Nara Xingzhen (29 November 1835 – 15 November 1908), was a Chinese noblewoman of the Manchu Yehe Nara clan, concubine and later regent who effectively controlled the Chinese government in the late Qing dynasty for 50 years, from 1861 until her death in 1908.
Cixi, the controversial empress dowager who modernized China
Cixi, the controversial concubine who became queen, led China into the modern age After Cixi seized power, the brilliant queen regent of China never let it go and guided her people into the...
Empress Dowager Cixi: Her Life, Reign, and Mystery
Empress Dowager Cixi. Written by Fercility Jiang Updated Dec. 22, 2022. Empress Dowager Cixi. Cixi stands out as infamous in Qing Dynasty history (ruling 1861–1908). Past the smoke and screens, she lived as a powerful ruler behind two of the last emperors, and had a hand in imperial court policy in the last several decades of the Qing Dynasty.
10 Facts on Cixi — The Empress Who Ushered in Modern China
Empress Dowager Cixi (1835–1908 was one of the most important women in history, who brought China to within 4 years of the modern era, and ruled with intelligence, strength, ruthlessness, and tirelessness.
Cixi summary | Britannica
Cixi , or Tz’u-hsi known as the Empress Dowager, (born Nov. 29, 1835, Beijing, China—died Nov. 15, 1908, Beijing), Imperial consort who controlled the Chinese Qing dynasty for almost half a century. A low-ranking concubine of the Xianfeng emperor (r. 1850–61), Cixi bore his only son, the future Tongzhi emperor, in 1856.
Cixí - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
La emperatriz viuda Cixi (chino: 慈禧, pronunciado [ʦʰɯ˧˥ɕɨ˨˩]; pinyin: Cíxǐ, Wade-Giles: Tz'u-hsi) (29 de noviembre de 1835 - 15 de noviembre de 1908) fue la gobernante regente del Imperio Chino entre 1861 y 1908 y, como tal, fue una figura clave en el ocaso de la dinastía Qing. 
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. As of the 2020 census, its population was 1,829,488.
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