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The Eight Tigers (Chinese: 八虎; pinyin: Bā Hǔ), sometimes referred to as the Gang of Eight (八党/八黨), were a powerful group of eunuchs that controlled the Chinese imperial court during the reign of the Ming Dynasty Zhengde Emperor (r. 1505-1521 CE).
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