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Imperial Concubine Chun
Concubine of Chinese Emperor

Imperial Concubine Chun

Imperial Concubine Chun
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Intro Concubine of Chinese Emperor
Is Emperor Concubine
From China
Field Royals
Gender female
Death 13 October 1819, Forbidden City, People's Republic of China
Spouse: Jiaqing Emperor
The details (from wikipedia)


Concubine Chun (died 30 November 1819), of the Manchu Donggiya clan, was a consort of the Jiaqing Emperor.


Family background

Concubine Chun's personal name was not recorded. She was a Han Chinese by birth.

  • Father: Shitai (時泰), served as an official (委署庫長)

Jiaqing era

On 13 February 1798, Lady Dong entered the Forbidden City and was granted the title "Noble Lady Chun" by the Jiaqing Emperor. In May or June 1801, she was elevated to "Concubine Chun". She died on 30 November 1819.


  • During the reign of the Qianlong Emperor (r. 1735–1796):
    • Lady Dong
  • During the reign of the Jiaqing Emperor (r. 1796–1820):
    • Noble Lady Chun (淳貴人; from 13 February 1798), sixth rank consort
    • Concubine Chun (淳嬪; from May/June 1801), fifth rank consort

In fiction and popular culture

  • Portrayed by Charmaine Sheh in War and Beauty (2004) and Beauty at War (2013)
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 26 May 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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