|Born||September 29, 1902
Tianjin, Jinghai County, China
|Died||December 17, 1996 (aged 94)
|Occupation||Imperial court eunuch|
|Known for||The last Eunuch of China|
Sun Yaoting (Traditional Chinese: 孫耀庭, Simplified Chinese: 孙耀庭, Hanyu Pinyin: Sūn Yàotíng, Wade-Giles: Sun Yao-t'ing; September 29, 1902 – December 17, 1996) was the last surviving imperial eunuch of Chinese history. He was castrated at the age of eight by his father with a single swoop of a razor, mere months before the final emperor was deposed. 
The 1988 dramatic film Lai Shi, China's Last Eunuch is based on Sun Yaoting's life.
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- Yinghua, Jia. The Last Eunuch of China-The Life of Sun Yaoting by Jia Yinghua. Sun Haichen (translator). China Intercontinental Press. p. 314. ISBN 978-7-5085-1407-9.
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