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Donghuamen
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Address: Donghuamen Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100006, China
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The Wenhua Gate and the Concorde Gate are opposite to the east side of the Forbidden City. In the history of the Ming Dynasty, the ministers fought three times to defend the ancestors' subjugation and suppression, beginning with the Wenhua Gate in Chenghua years of crying. The dispute over the funeral was caused by the difference between the mother of the Empress Dowager Zhou and the Minister of state, and the petition of the bunbu hyakkan was caused by the arbitrary decision of the Empress Dowager Zhou. Wenhuamen's cry not only caused the great change of the royal burial system, but also the beginning of the protesting petitions for the wrongful acts of the imperial power.

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