The city, still known as Guangling, was briefly made the capital of Wu during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period.
We’ve seen similar incidents of privileged women getting their rocks off on beating boys before.
During the Ming dynasty (1368–1644) until the 19th century Yangzhou acted as a major trade exchange center for salt (a government regulated commodity), rice, and silk.
The Ming were largely responsible for building the city as it now stands and surrounding it with 9 km (5.6 mi) of walls.
After the fall of Beijing and northern China to the Manchus in 1644, Yangzhou remained under the control of the short-lived Southern Ming based in Nanjing.
Qing forces led by Prince Dodo reached Yangzhou in the spring of 1645, and despite the heroic efforts of its chief defender, Shi Kefa, the city fell on May 20, 1645, after a brief siege.
At the Heritage School in Lucknow, India, a female teacher was filmed on a classroom CCTV camera abusing and beating a male student.