The last emperor’s cousin can be found at the Summer Palace

Fate so often plays strange tricks. This is an intriguing story of how Pu Yi’s cousin learned the value of silence during the Cultural Revolution, and how he ended up working in, of all places, the Summer Palace, as a clerk in the complaints department. For anyone following the Manchu lineage, this article is a must-read.

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