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Emperor Dao Guang was born 1782 when his father Emperor Jia Qing died at the palace at Re He. He was already 39 years old from his fathers hands he received a gradually weakling empires. Both financially and natural resources were practically gone and for this reason Emperor Dao Guang was extremely frugal. It is said that when his trousers wore out he was unwilling to have a new pair made and sew patches on the knees. From then on the ministers had no choice but to fallow suite and ware frayed old clothing to court.

Emperor Dao Guang was on the throne for thirty years the first fifteen years he relied heavily on the minister Cha Zhen-yon who made many reforms in government policy. In the later fifteen years of his reign the emperor was tricked by the trichinous Mu Zhana-a and mismanaged the affair with Ling Ze-xu who band opium and eventually signed the first unequal treaty in modern China the treaty of Nan King. Afterwards domestic unrest and international troubles each influenced the other for the worst and not only did the county become a colony of foreign powers but internal strife came rapid. 

Cha Zhen-yon was an important minister of the first half of Dao Guang reign. He was native tong whey and a scholar. As soon as Dao Guang took the throne he appointed Cha Zhen-yon grand chancellor. From this time until his death in the fifteen year of Dao Guang reign the emperor relied upon him heavily. Cha Zhen-yon was a man of few words and few social graces but he was extremely diligent and hardworking. The people of the time did not see his merits and called him dense old minister Cha. Actually he was a very competent minister who was on top of government policies upright in all his dealing. Compassionate yet unafraid to offend. Under his direction the three biggest problems of the government of the time grain transport, water works and salt administration found improvement. 

In the twentieth year of the Dao Guang reign 1840 the opium war erupted and the treaty of Nan King was signed two years later. Historian takes the opium war as the start of modern history of china. Emperor Dao Guang reigned at this key turn point. From this time on china had close relations with foreign and politic powers. China had entered the international and political stage.

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