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| Chengmu Impress, Emperor Xiaozong of Song|
Emperor Xiaozong of Song
Emperor Guangzong of Song Wikipedia
Emperor Guangzong of Song (30 September 1147 – 17 September 1200), personal name Zhao Dun, was the 12th emperor of the Song dynasty in China and the third emperor of the Southern Song dynasty. He was the third son of his predecessor, Emperor Xiaozong. His mother was Emperor Xiaozong's first wife, Lady Guo (郭氏; 1126–1156), who was posthumously honoured as "Empress Chengmu" (成穆皇后).
Emperor Guangzong gave the city of Chongqing its present-day name, which means "double celebration". According to Xu Wei, the Nanxi style of theatre began in Emperor Guangzong's reign. He listened to some treacherous officials and dismissed the popular military leader Xin Qiji. He was forced to give up his throne in 1194 by his grandmother, Grand Empress Dowager Wu, as he refused to attend the funeral procession of his father, Emperor Xiaozong. He died in 1200 near Shaoxing, Zhejiang.