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    The Emperor of China Personality Type, MBTI

    What is the personality type of The Emperor of China? Which MBTI personality type best fits? Personality type for The Emperor of China from Mulan 1998 and what is the personality traits.

    INFJ (1w9)

    The Emperor of China personality type is INFJ, as discussed in this blog post.

    The Empress of China is an ENFP. While she is slightly more withdrawn than the Emperor, her quick wit and sense of humor and compassion can and will break through her reserved demeanor.

    The Empress is a leader who believes in the strength and unity of the People. Her ability to inspire and assist will make her well-loved and respected throughout China.

    She will strive to make the government more efficient, and make sure it is run for the benefit of all. She will also use her special understanding of the people to recognize and stop corruption.

    Her leadership skill will be well-received by both the Emperor and the public, as she will be seen as a champion of good over evil.

    If she is able to assume the role of Empress, this will restore China’s long-standing status as a world power.

    The Empress is also an excellent ruler for the first wife, as she will help her husband develop his leadership skills on a personal level, as well as on a public level. Her willingness to let him lead will be a strong asset.

    Emperor of China, or Huángdì, was the monarch of China during the imperial period of Chinese history. In traditional Chinese political theory, the emperor was considered the Son of Heaven and the autocrat of All under Heaven. Under the Han dynasty, Confucianism replaced Legalism as the official political theory and succession theoretically followed agnatic primogeniture. The succession of emperors in a paternal family line constituted a dynasty. The absolute authority of the emperor came with a variety of governing duties and moral obligations; failure to uphold these was thought to remove the dynasty's Mandate of Heaven and to justify its overthrow. In practice, emperors sometimes avoided the strict rules of succession and dynasties' ostensible "failures" were detailed in official histories written by their successful replacements. The power of the emperor was also limited by the imperial bureaucracy, which was staffed by scholar-officials and in some dynasties eunuchs.

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