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This is Shu mu, the imperial concubine of Tong. There is no exact detailed record about her birth year in the historical materials. It's about 22 years ago. Her father was Lang zhongyuzhang. Due to the lack of historical materials, it's not clear how the family background of Shu mulu is. However, judging from her name of the first noble, she is not poor in origin. She should be a beautiful woman from Manchuria.
Since she is a Manchurian girl, she needs to take part in the draft when she is old. In the 11th year, shumulu, 14, took part in the draft. Because of her outstanding appearance, she stood out in the draft again, and was successfully seen by Daoguang emperor at one glance, and was named a noble lady. In addition, shumulu's gentle and amiable temperament, although the emperor of Daoguang doted on nukelu, the imperial concubine, at that time, shumulu was also doting on her, and shumulu was a woman with strong eyes. She knew that Guangdi was very interested in all the imperial concubines, so she tried to make a good relationship with her.
After the death of empress Xiaoquan, shumulu's family began to be flipped over the signs and gave birth to three children in succession. From the side, it can be seen that the harem is really a place of fierce struggle.
It was thought that shumulu's family had made contributions by giving birth to children, and his life should be smooth after that. But who knows, just after his concubine shumulu gave birth to ten daughters of the emperor in the 25th year of Daoguang, shumulu's family was suddenly demoted to be a noble person. From the concubine to the noble person, shumulu's family was demoted to three levels in a row, and was beaten into a hellish life.
Fortunately, shumulu saw through all things in the world, went on to spend the three dynasties, and finally returned to the position of imperial concubine, until Guangxu died in three years, at the age of 60. Her paintings were collected in the Yonggong style fan, which was handed down and became the treasure of Guangzhou Museum.
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