PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
When Johnston is having lunch with the emperor, one of the eunuchs informs Johnston that he has been granted by the emperor the right to be carried in his own chair. According to Johnston's "Twilight in the Forbidden City," this right is actually ... ...
Emperor Pu Yi:
This isn't a school; it's a prison. A real prison.
When the puppet Emperor of Manchukuo is speaking and gives a list of the countries that have recognized the Japanese imposed government the Vatican is included as one of them. This is not the case. A religious organization in charge of missions recognized it, but the Holy See never officially recognized Manchukuo because of the Japanese invasion.
English, Mandarin, Japanese
$21,105 (USA) (27 November 1998)
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