Tzu-hsi

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Zi Xi or Tz'u-hsi (ˈtsiː ˈʃiː)
 
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1835--1908, Chinese empress dowager, who as regent for her son Tong Zhi and her nephew Guang Xu dominated Chinese politics from 1861 to 1908. Her reactionary policies were instrumental in the fall of imperial China
 
Tz'u-hsi or Tz'u-hsi
 
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