In the Pinyin transcription that is Tian Sheng, Ming Dao, Jing You, Huang Song, Kang Ding, Huang You, Zhi He and Jia You. His Posthumous name (using Pinyin) is Emperor Titian Fadao Jigong Quande Shenwen Shengwu Ruizhe Mingxiao, but that is too long for anyone to use!
Many recent books use the modern Pinyin transcription.Thus the emperor who ruled China from 1022 to 1063AD is known as Jen Tsung in the Wade-Giles transcription and Ren Zong in the Pinyin transcription. His reign titles in the Wade-Giles transcription are T'ien-Sheng, Ming-tao, Ching-yu, Pao-yuan, K'ang-ting, Ch'ing-li, Huang-yu, Chih-ho, and Chia-yu.I will usually include both the Wade-Giles and Pinyin transcription.The Northern (Pei) Song (Sung) Dynasty came to power in 960AD. In 1101 Emperor Hui Zong (Hui Tsung) came to power.Major reforms were implemented, redistribution of farm lands, including making the penal code and administrative rules fairer, more lenient and simpler, taxation reform, and a major coinage reform.
A new, well made, broad-rimmed Wu Chu coin with distinct characters was introduced.Some reign title would be used by more than one emperor.In addition, after an emperor died he was given a posthumous name, which often was long enough to read like an entire sentence.The Dynasty conquered northern Vietnam and made a disastrous attempt to conquer Korea.Large numbers of conscripts were needed for the construction projects and to fight wars, leading to a shortage of agricultural workers.Adding the confusion is that there are multiple ways of translating the same name.