The title, originally the Prince Jian (简亲王), was first given to Jirhalang, who was instrumental in the founding of the Qing Dynasty under Nurhaci. The title was inherited 17 times before it reached Duanhua, who inherited it in 1846. Duanhua came to prominence during the reign of the Xianfeng Emperor (1850-1861). Because of a scandal involving Grand Councilor Mujangga, Duanhua gained the Emperor's trust as a loyal confidant, and became one of the Emperor's closest advisors. Duanhua also recommended that his brother, Sushun, to come to Court. During the Second Opium War, Duanhua accompanied the ailing Xianfeng Emperor to Rehe to escape the foreigners.
Laboratory diagnosis of four recent sporadic cases of community-acquired SARS, Guangdong Province, China.(Research)
Oct 01, 2004; Four cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) that occurred from December 16, 2003, to January 8, 2004, in the city of...