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The Last Eunuch in Chinese History

Sun Yaoting shows that most eunuchs were just regular human beings who worked to make ends meet

From a Tang-era tomb artist in the Public Domain

Going through history class, the most fascinating thing about Chinese history was eunuchs. Disregard the fact that I’m Chinese and find many other things interesting about my heritage, but I’ve always seen myself as American before being Chinese…

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