At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the feudal monarchy had perished, but the Pu Yi, the last emperor of the Qing Dynasty, was still the title of the emperor, it was just a puppet with no real power. The emperor's woman did not want to live with him because Pu Yi went to the pseudo-Manchuria, and she threatened to divorce. Poor Pu Yi lost her own country. Now even her wife is leaving him. But this woman also followed Pu Yi without any joy. This is also the key to filing a divorce.
The woman's name is Wenxiu, born in 1909. She is also a Manchu, but she is a Mongolian rather than a Manchu. Her father is a senior official of the Home Affairs House. In many ways, he has made great achievements. He has a thorough understanding of piano, chess, calligraphy and painting, and can be said to be a very accomplished genius. When he went to school, Wenxiu was renamed Fu Yufang, but later he was elected to the palace when he was 13 years old and became the wife of Emperor Puyi. Although young, the relationship between the two is very strong, but the good times are not long. The government of the Qing Dynasty was overthrown, and Puyi also lost the rule of imperial power. She also strongly disagreed with Puyi's idea of reviving the Qing Dynasty, and gradually became estranged from Puyi.
However, the young Wenxiu did not understand many things in the palace. In addition to the many concubines in the palace, naturally she lost the idea of staying and once wanted to commit suicide to understand her miserable fate. But every time someone stopped, and gradually wanted to open the embroidery, decided to divorce Pu Yi, and left the palace to find his own life.