Chinese emperor of the Eastern Jin dynasty who died in the year 365, which ascended the imperial throne in 362, succeeding therein to the Emperor Mudi. AiDi was a gray sovereign and for which few data are known. Like most of its predecessors, it lacked real political will own, being handled by various cliques of the Court. The most remarkable fact of his short reign was the loss of the city of Luoyang at the hands of the barbarians of the North villages, after the Emperor Mudi had conquered it in the year 356. AiDi was succeeded on the throne of Jin by Hai Xi Gong.