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[[File:China traditonal clothing photograph.jpeg|thumb|220x220px|Emperor Qianfeng of All China, with his five children.]]<blockquote>Qing '''Qianfeng, '''is the imperial name of the current Qing emperor of China. In contrast to earlier emperors. Qianfeng made history by having a personal relationship with the citizens of Qing China. Famously touted as the ''People's Emperor. ''Qianfeng, constantly refers to the antiqued Mandate of Heaven, as a responsiblity to care for the people. Qianfeng has also used his concept to pressure beuacrats and represenatives into following his own rule. Qianfeng took the reigns during trobuled years for the dynasty, in the failure of the [[Anglo-Asian Wars (Washington Shot at Murdering Town!)|Anglo-Asian Wars]]. Qianfeng reversed the policies of his father, who had spent his life attempting to reform the nation into a westernized consitutional monarchy. According to outside obersevers the guiding ideas of the emperor's reign is a populist conservatism, that seeks connects to the thoughs and feelings of the ordinary. Qianfeng's reign has been dedicated to creating a rennsanice of traditional Chinese thought, and to be a guardian of Chinese who have no political influence.</blockquote>
   
 
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|align=center width=30% rowspan="2" | Preceded by:<br>'''Janzi Emperor'''
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|align=center width=30% rowspan="2" | Preceded by:<br>'''{{WSMT|Janzi}} Emperor'''
|align=center width=40% | [[Image:Imperial China Flag.png|50px]]<br>'''[[List of Emperors of China (Washington Shot at Murdering Town!)|Emperor]] of {{WSMT|China}}'''<br>1963-present
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|align=center width=40% | [[Image:China Qing Dynasty Flag 1889.svg|50px]]<br>'''[[List of Emperors of China (Washington Shot at Murdering Town!)|Emperor]] of {{WSMT|China}}'''<br>1963-present
 
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|align=center width=30% rowspan="2" | Heir-apparent:<br>''Prince Jonzi''
 
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|align=center width=40% | '''President of the East Asian Confederation'''<br>1963-present
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Latest revision as of 20:26, 11 June 2019

QIANFENG Emperor, the Son of Heaven, Emperor of All China, President of the East Asian Confederation.

Emperor Qianfeng of All China, with his five children.

Qing Qianfeng, is the imperial name of the current Qing emperor of China. In contrast to earlier emperors. Qianfeng made history by having a personal relationship with the citizens of Qing China. Famously touted as the People's Emperor. Qianfeng, constantly refers to the antiqued Mandate of Heaven, as a responsiblity to care for the people. Qianfeng has also used his concept to pressure beuacrats and represenatives into following his own rule. Qianfeng took the reigns during trobuled years for the dynasty, in the failure of the Anglo-Asian Wars. Qianfeng reversed the policies of his father, who had spent his life attempting to reform the nation into a westernized consitutional monarchy. According to outside obersevers the guiding ideas of the emperor's reign is a populist conservatism, that seeks connects to the thoughs and feelings of the ordinary. Qianfeng's reign has been dedicated to creating a rennsanice of traditional Chinese thought, and to be a guardian of Chinese who have no political influence.

Preceded by:
Janzi Emperor
Flag of the Qing dynasty (1889-1912).svg
Emperor of China
1963-present
Heir-apparent:
Prince Jonzi
President of the East-Asian Confederation
1963-present
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