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Scottish MandarinThe Life and Times of Sir Reginald Johnston$
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Shiona Airlie

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9789888139569

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: May 2013

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888139569.001.0001

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Mandarin of the First Rank (1920–1923)

Mandarin of the First Rank (1920–1923)

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(p.171) Chapter 10 Mandarin of the First Rank (1920–1923)
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Scottish Mandarin
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Shiona Airlie

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789888139569.003.0010

Johnston was very satisfied with the remuneration offered by the court, especially when compared with what he previous was offered by the Colonial Office. Also, Johnston gained respect from the Chinese for that Puyi's admiration to Scot and his teacher set important footing of Johnston. Johnston never stopped to plan for a trip for Puyi and the young emperor was so desperate to see the outside world with his teacher accompanied. However, the court disagreed. Puyi appreciated Johnston's effort on the trip as well as his true care about Puyi's health and well-beings. The relationship between this student and his tutor was very close and good. When it was the time Johnston ended his useful life in Beijing, he had a good income, a wide circle of friends, and was the confidant of the emperor.

Keywords:   Colonial office, Puyi, Trip to Europe, Imperial Household Department, confidant

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