Biography of Emperador de China Andi (¿-418)

Chinese emperor of the Eastern Jin dynasty, who died in the year 418, ascended to the imperial throne in the year 397 happening in it to Xiao Wudi. Andi did honor to the meaning of his name ('Emperor Pacific') and remained in the Palace apart from the battles, both internal and external, that ravaged the Jin Empire to the end of the 4th century and the beginning of the 5th century. Constituted the most remarkable fact of his reign the journeys of the Buddhist Pilgrim Fa Xian, who in the year 399 departed China for exploring much of Asia and returned in 414, being received enthusiastically by the emperor.