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'''Nurhachi's ashes''' were the remains of [[Nurhachi]], the first Manchu emperor of China. They were collected in an urn.
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'''Nurhachi's ashes''' were the remains of [[Nurhachi]], the first emperor of the Manchu dynasty in China. They were collected in a jade funeral urn.
   
 
In [[1935]], [[Indiana Jones]] was hired by [[Lao Che]], a Chinese crime lord, to retrieve the ashes. Jones and [[Wu Han]] found the ashes, and brought them to Shanghai. Lao Che's son, [[Chen]], attempted to steal the ashes and kill Jones before the official delivery meeting, but Jones stopped him, cutting off his finger.
 
In [[1935]], [[Indiana Jones]] was hired by [[Lao Che]], a Chinese crime lord, to retrieve the ashes. Jones and [[Wu Han]] found the ashes, and brought them to Shanghai. Lao Che's son, [[Chen]], attempted to steal the ashes and kill Jones before the official delivery meeting, but Jones stopped him, cutting off his finger.

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"At last I have the ashes of my sacred ancestor!"
Lao Che[src]

Nurhachi's ashes were the remains of Nurhachi, the first emperor of the Manchu dynasty in China. They were collected in a jade funeral urn.

In 1935, Indiana Jones was hired by Lao Che, a Chinese crime lord, to retrieve the ashes. Jones and Wu Han found the ashes, and brought them to Shanghai. Lao Che's son, Chen, attempted to steal the ashes and kill Jones before the official delivery meeting, but Jones stopped him, cutting off his finger.

Jones brought the artifact to Club Obi Wan to trade to Lao Che for some gems including a large diamond. While Lao was examining the remains, Willie Scott accidentally caused Lao Che to spill some of the ashes. In the conflict between Jones and Lao Che's men, the table is overturned, and the ashes are further spilled over the restaurant.

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