Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

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Runqi's biography: China's last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor's neck, Guobro Runqi. His half-sister Guobuluo Wanrong, who was 6

(Vientiane History Contributing Author: Ningxin Er)

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Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

Guo Buluo Runqi was born on July 8, 1912 in Rongfu, outside Maoer Hutong, Di’anmen, Beijing. He was a native of Zhengbai Banner in Manchuria and Daur nationality. The ancestors of the Guobruo family followed Nurhachi to fight in the north and south. The Guobruo family also established a relationship with the royal family for generations. Runqi's mother was Qianlong's seventh grandson.

The half-sister Guobulo Wanrong, who is 6 years older than him, was raised by Runqi’s mother because of the early death of her biological mother. The two brothers and sisters didn't guess, they were in good agreement.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Photo of Runqi with her sister and sister)

On December 1, 1922, Puyi and Wanrong married. Wanrong Becoming the last queen in Chinese history, Runqi is also China’s last uncle.

Wanrong, who entered the palace, lacks playmates, is always active and active Runqi from the palace came in. Puyi is very good to Runqi, there are delicious and fun things, all calledhe. When playing once, Puyi even let Runqi ride on her neck.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(riding in the last Runqi on the neck of Emperor Puyi)

In 1924 (12 years old), Feng Yuxiang launched the Beijing governmentChange, drove Puyi out of the Forbidden City. In the second year, Puyi went to live in Tianjin Concession, and Runqi also visited Tianjin from time to time.

At this time, Runqi also has a group of small playmates, Puyi’s sisters. Among them, Puyi's third sister-"Sangege" Yunying, the two are about the same age, they are very enjoyable.

In 1931 (19 years old), after everyone’s intentional "matching", the two kissed each other and got engaged. Runqi became the last "holy man" in Chinese history.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(From left, Runqi, Wanrong, Puyi, and Pujie are in Tianjin)

In 1932, the Japanese Kwantung Army General Puyi Received from Tianjin to Changchun in Northeast China and established the "Manchukuo." In 1933 (21 years old), Runqi and "Sangege" Yunying had their wedding in Changchun.

Less than a month after their marriage, Runqi and Pujie were sent to Japan to study military affairs, accompanied by the "Sangege". Runqi first learnedLearn Japanese and then enter the Cavalry Division of the Japanese Non-commissioned Officer School.

During a night combat training, Runqi was injured by a horse, her sunglasses were broken, and blood was flowing. Yunying personally took care of her, and the couple stayed together day and night with deep affection.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Photo of Yunying, Runqi, and Pujie who are newly married)

In 1938 (26 years old), Runqi returned to China after studying, fluent in Japanese and shooting guns He was proficient in riding and driving in airplanes and served as Puyi’s attendant and military attache.

In August 1945 (33 years old), the Soviet Red Army entered the northeast. After an air raid warning, Runqi's guard Puyi boarded the "Queen's" train and fled to Dalizigou (the seat of the Japanese Iron Ore Company) in Linjiang County, Tonghua. A few days later, Japan announced its unconditional surrender, and Puyi had to read the abdication edict for the third time.

After that, Runqi escorted Puyi to Shenyang and tried to fly to Japan. But as soon as they arrived at Shenyang Airport, they became the Soviet UnionCaptive of the army. But Wanrong, who was addicted to opium, and Yunying with three children stayed in Dalizigou. Since then, her siblings and brothers will say goodbye to each other.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Run Qi and Sister Wanrong)

Run QihePu Yi lived in a Soviet prisoner of war camp for 5 years. The Soviets once persuaded him to join the Soviet nationality, Run Qi resolutely refused: "I am Chinese, I want to return to my motherland!"

In 1950 (38 years old) , Runqi and Puyi and his party were taken back to China and detained at the War Criminals Management Office of Fushun City, Liaoning. Runqi, who is optimistic by nature, calls this place "the paradise behind bars". He took the initiative to help translate Japanese materials, and also wrote and performed many plays by himself. The daily schedule is well arranged and enjoyable.

In 1957 (45 years old), the Supreme People’s Procuratorate announced its verdict. Because of the light crime and good guilty plea, Runqi was exempted from prosecution and released home.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Runqi and Puyi)

一别12 In 1970, "the accent of the local accent has not changed, and the temples are declining." The "Prime Master" and "Sangege" hid their faces and wept. When they were separated, the youngest daughter was only 4 months old. Now she is 12 years old, like a stranger. The next day, the youngest daughter She said to her mother: "Mom, it's inappropriate for a man to live in our family, let him move. "

After gaining freedom, Runqi was recommended to work in a street glass instrument factory. However, the factory is full of female workers, and the workshop is extremely hot. Many female workers work shirtless, which is very inconvenient. Soon, Runqi was introduced to a car repair shop as a fitter.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(In the summer of 1957, the whole family gathered together. From left: Zong Guang, Yunying, Zong Yong, Run Qi, Man Ruo)

1961 On New Year’s Eve (49 years old), Zhou Enlai hosted a dinner for the Aixin Jueluo family in Zhongnanhai. Asked what Runqi was doing? Runqi, wearing thick spectacles, replied: “A fitter, or just an apprentice.” Suddenly the crowd was full. Laughing, Runqi couldn't help but laugh. But Zhou Enlai didn't smile, frowned and said, "This is inappropriate! You should give full play to your strengths. "

A few days later, Runqi was notified to the Beijing Compilation and Translation Agency and became a translator. He was familiar with English, Japanese, German, Russian, and Runqi Like a fish in water, your energy doubles.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Run Qi and wife Yunying)

In 1966 (54 years old), Runqi was imprisoned in a bullpen on the charge of “current counter-revolution”. In 1971, it was classified as a contradiction among the people, and was assigned to work in the Yellow Tower Commune in West Beijing. Runqi, who is 60 years old, has seen through life and has no complaints, Stay at ease.

In 1978 (66 years old), Runqi, who had been putting cattle for 6 years, was transferred to the Law Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and started working again. Runqi was elected as a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and won the "Outstanding Social Contribution Award" of the State Council, enjoying special government allowances throughout his life.

In 1987 (75 years old), the American film "The Last Emperor" won 7 Oscars in one fell swoop, and Runqi served as a consultant for the film.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

("The Last Emperor" stills)

After retiring in 1994 (82 years old), Runqi opened a private clinic—— "Guo Clinic". Runqi studied acupuncture and moxibustion in Japan in his early years. Later, he went to work with Wu Huanxing, the dean of the Cancer Hospital.

The "Guo’s Clinic" is located in my own home and does not publicize, but many people come to see the doctor. Patients from all over the world such as Australia and Germany are not far away Wanli, come here especially.

At 18:28 pm on June 6, 2007, Runqi passed away at the age of 95. The last Chinese uncle and consort, who once rode on the emperor's neck, was buried in Babaoshan after his life.

Run Qi’s Biography: China’s last uncle and brother-in-law dare to ride on the emperor’s neck

(Run Qi in his later years)

(The 403th work of Vientiane History·Character Biography Writing Camp, the 35th work of the camper "Ning Xiner")

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