Chinese language article I found. You may have to use a browser like chrome that will translate it. https://ezvivi3.com/article/263417.asp I read it because of the title, which is translate to: Self-exposure of family ugliness: the last queen raped drugs! Pu Yi Jie Wanrong was abused by the Japanese army to give birth to an illegitimate child! What caught my attention was how it said abused by the Japanese.. I had that theory myself along with Runqi, who postulated the same thing. However the article mostly just reiterates the typical narrative about Wan Rong having an affair with one of Puyi's drivers. I don't know if I've detailed my thoughts about that here or not. The illegitimate baby was a late inclusion in the diary; it was added after Puyi had died. My theory is that Puyi's last wife, Li Shuxian, who owned the rights to the diary and Puyi's estate, added the story herself as a "missing chapter", claiming that it was too shocking and scandalous to be released earlier. I've read various stories about the missing chapter being found in a basement, an attic and so on. The Japanese kept records that were on par with the Germans and I don't think for a moment that the missing chapter, of such an important political prisoner, would have made it's way into someone's home to become the lining of a birdcage or something as ridiculous. She clearly did it for financial gain, in my opinion. That could have also been why she married him.. thinking that he still had riches or she would live a pampered life. Instead, Puyi bore the brunt of her anger throughout their marriage. Once he passed, how could he refute the mysterious addition? Why I don't think she had an affair is pretty simple. In Manchukuo, they were prisoners of the Japanese and they were watched at all times. My own verified dream about being woken up by a Japanese woman is proof of that. I also find it very, very unlikely that Puyi and Wan Rong would have had personal, Chinese drivers. The affair partner that Wan Rong was rumored to have was supposed to be a driver of Puyi's. Being alone in a car with someone would have been the opportune time to discuss private things and make plans and what better way to make a get away than in your own car? Couldn't a Chinese loyal driver simply veer off and speed away from a caravan? It makes no sense to me. Sun Yaoting, in his autobiography also presents two problems. There are two, Li Tiyus. One is described as being a handsome boy toy of Puyi's, the other is the driver that Wan Rong is supposedly to have an affair with. After the affair is discovered, Puyi pays Li Tiyu to go away and yet Sun Yaoting observes Puyi talking to Li Tiyu when he reaches the palace in Manchukuo. There could very well be two Li Tiyus, however the issue to me is before leaving for the palace, Sun Yaoting is not only told of the affair, but he is also told it is with someone he knows, obviously Li Tiyu. In Puyi's diary, only one Li Tiyu is mentioned. I wonder quite openly if Sun Yaoting's diary hasn't been edited to reflect the changes presented to the "story" by the "new" chapter, since Sun Yaoting's autobiography was written well after it came out. Puyi's diary was just as obviously written before and only contains one Li Tiyu. Sun Yaoting also mentioned that the palace at Manchukuo was so small, that all the servants had to sleep in the hallways between the rooms. So how could someone sneak in and out of Wan Rong's bedroom if they had to step over all the servants in the hall when they were sleeping? I never bought the whole story and there is more evidence against than for it. I wanted to comment on what is said about my mother. I can't copy and paste as that's been disabled by the webpage but it says that for even being middle aged, my mother is still thin. It was common for the rich and aristocrats to over eat and be overweight. I've mentioned else where that my mother was also described as being boyish and I know that to mean that she was interested in health, healthy eating and physical fitness. My mom has a master's in physical education, was a PE teacher and even now at 72, does cross fit and will chastise herself for gaining weight. I thought that was interesting that's the first time it's ever been noted that she was considered slim next to her contemporaries which validates something else I've known about her. I hadn't considered it myself from that perspective until I read it.