China - Foreign Colonies. MANCHUKUO: Kang Te, 1934-1945, 5 fen, year 10 (1943), Y-11, ANACS graded MS65. In 1931 Japanese troops seized territory in Manchuria following the Mukden Incident. A pro-Japanese government was installed one year later, and the last Qing emperor Puyi was given the title of Chief Executive of Manchukuo. He would later be proclaimed Emperor of Manchukuo in 1934. The empire was abolished in 1945 at the conclusion of World War II.