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Random information on the term “Favorite”:
Ji Ru (Chinese: 籍孺) was a trusted personal servant of Emperor Gaozu, the founder of China’s Han Dynasty. Louis Crompton claims that Ji Ru was Gaozu’s pillow companion, or homosexual lover, and that Ji Ru had more access to the emperor than did ministers. Ji Ru was documented by Sima Qian in the Records of the Grand Historian:
When the Han arose, Emperor Gaozu, for all his coarseness and blunt manners, was won by the charms of a young boy named Ji, and Emperor Hui had a boy favorite named Hong. Neither Ji nor Hong had any particular talent or ability; both won prominence simply by their looks and graces. Day and night they were by the ruler’s side, and all the high ministers were obliged to apply to them when they wished to speak to the emperor.
Gaozu’s example of officially elevating a male lover to the top of the administration would be followed by nine more rulers of the Han Dynasty. This relationship was especially noted because Gaozu was a former brigand with coarse manners, while Ji Ru was considered elegant.
Random information on the term “PET”:
Petula Clark, CBE (born Sally Olwen Clark, 15 November 1932) is a British singer, actress and composer whose career spans eight decades.
Clark’s professional career began during World War II, as an entertainer on BBC Radio. In 1954 she charted with “The Little Shoemaker” — the first of her big UK hits — and within two years began recording in French. International successes included “Prends mon coeur”, the UK number one “Sailor”, “Romeo” and “Chariot”. Hits in German, Italian and Spanish followed. In late 1964 Clark’s global success extended to America with a four-year run of career-defining, often upbeat singles, many written or co-written by Tony Hatch (and Jackie Trent). These include her signature song “Downtown”, “I Know a Place”, “My Love”, “A Sign of the Times”, “I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love”, “Who Am I”, “Colour My World”, “This Is My Song” (by Charlie Chaplin), “Don’t Sleep in the Subway”, “The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener” and “Kiss Me Goodbye”. In America she was dubbed “the First Lady of the British Invasion”. She has sold more than 68 million records. She also has enjoyed success in musical films (Finian’s Rainbow) and in stage musicals (The Sound of Music, Blood Brothers, Sunset Boulevard).