Top 10 Irregular Emperors in Chinese History

In history, not all emperors were dedicated and dedicated, and there were also those unreliable emperors who led to the ruin of their country and their families.

Top 1: Emperor Li Cunxu who was slapped for singing

Li Cunxu was the founder of the Later Tang Dynasty during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period. He liked watching and acting since he was a child. When he became an emperor, he often painted his face, put on costumes, performed on stage, and ignored the political affairs; he took his stage name "Li Tianxia" . Once on stage, he shouted "Li Tianxia" twice in a row, and an actor went up to slap him, and everyone around was scared into a cold sweat. Li Cunxu asked why he beat him, and the actor flattered and said: Li (Govern) is the only emperor in the world, you called twice, who is the other person? Li Cunxu not only did not punish him, but rewarded him instead. The actor is very favored, and can freely enter and leave the palace to fight with the emperor, insult and tease the courtiers, which is simply ridiculous.

Top 2: Gao Conghai, the emperor who likes to be a robber

Gao Conghai was the second head of Nanping during the Five Dynasties period. He didn't like the government, but he had an incredible hobby. He liked to be a robber and often plundered the envoys who passed through his jurisdiction. Deny yourself doing it. Once other countries negotiate for crusade, they will shamelessly return the original to others, with no shame on their faces. This man is looking for fun, and he is nicknamed "Gao Lai Zi".

Top 3: Emperor Xiao Yan, addicted to being a monk

Xiao Yan was the founder of Nanliang during the Southern and Northern Dynasties. He believed in Buddhism to the point of obsession. He once went to worship Buddha, and he would never go back to become emperor. He wanted to become a monk on the spot. No, because the monk had to redeem himself from the monastery when he returned to the secular world, so the "financial" spent 100 million yuan to redeem his body. This happened 3 times after that. He put forward the precepts that Buddhists should not eat meat, and set an example: eat only one meal a day, do not drink meat, live in a dark room in a small hall, wear a hat for three years, and cover a quilt for two years.

Top 4: Emperor Yang Guang, who was keen on group tours

No other emperor in history was as keen on tourism development as Emperor Yang Guang of Sui Yang. he "Xiyuan" he built in the western suburbs of Luoyang covers an area of 200 miles. There is a sea in the courtyard, an island in the sea, and there are 16 courtyards in the pavilion and garden on the island. After the completion of the Grand Canal, he made three large-scale trips. The accompanying tour group, including the concubines and ministers, had several thousand boats, and he himself was drinking and sightseeing on a four-story dragon boat. In order to facilitate the play, he also built a special activity palace, the "Guanfeng Hall". There are wheels below, which can be disassembled and assembled at any time, and can accommodate hundreds of people, saving the trouble of accommodation.

Top 5: Wang Yan Xi, who is absolutely "master-level" in drinking

Wang Yan Xi was the fifth ruler of Fujian during the Five Dynasties period. He was addicted to alcohol like his life. Coincidentally, the queen was also greedy for the things in the cup. These two drink together every day, never give up without getting drunk, and their ugly faces are revealed. Even the political affairs were left to the favored concubine.

Top 6: King of Woodworking Ming Xizong

Ming Xizong Zhu Youxiao had a carpenter talent since he was a child. Not involved in government affairs, he is addicted to the work of carpenters who are knifes, saws, axes, and paints all day long. He is also skilled, and ordinary skilled craftsmen can only catch up. He can make all the wooden utensils, pavilions and pavilions he has seen. This guy is definitely a genius. In addition, he must do all the carpentry work such as knives, sawing, axe, rubbing and varnishing.

Top 7: Emperor Tang Xizong, the champion in polo

Tang Xizong can be described as an extreme alternative. In addition to disliking government affairs, he has a wide range of hobbies. He likes arithmetic, music, chess, cockfighting, betting on geese, Cuju, riding and archery, and swordsmanship. The ball is very obsessed and highly skilled, He once said very conceitedly to the actor Ishi wild boar beside him: If I take the batting jinshi examination, I should be the champion.

Top 8: Xiao Baojuan, the emperor who did acrobatics to self-mutilation

Xiao Baojuan, the sixth emperor of the Southern Qi Dynasty in the Southern and Northern Dynasties, this man did not like to read, he was playful, and he often hunted mice all night for fun, ignoring the government. What's even more shocking is that he also loves acrobatics so much that he is obsessed. He collects and summarizes some old acrobatic shows in person, and even creates many new ones. He also designed a costume for himself, wearing a costume to play around in the harem, chasing and playing.

Top 9: Yu Wenyun, the emperor of the fashion show

Yu Wenyun was the fourth emperor of the Northern and Southern Dynasties and the Northern Zhou Dynasty and lustful luxury. But the most shocking thing about him is his love for alternative clothes, always ingenious and cool. He issued an order: Except for the palace people, all women in the world are not allowed to apply fat and powder.

Top 10: Emperor Gao Wei, the lead singer of the "band"

Gao Wei was the fifth emperor of the Northern Qi Dynasty during the Southern and Northern Dynasties. When the national power was declining, the government was in chaos. He played and sang on his pipa, and sang to the hilarious places, and ordered thousands of eunuchs and slaves to sing along with him. The scene was extremely grand. (The picture is the image of the film and television work).

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