Encyclopedia: Cang Ci

Cang Ci (Xiaoren); Ts‘ang Tz‘ŭ (Hsiao-jên); 倉慈 (孝仁)

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Cang Ci (Xiaoren) 倉慈 (孝仁)

Lived: Unlisted

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Served: Wei

Governor of Dunhuang, his handling of foreign affairs gave him a great reputation.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Ts‘ang Tz‘ŭ (Hsiao-jên)
Simplified Chinese: 仓慈 (孝仁)
Pronunciation: Cang1 Ci2 (Xiao4ren2)
Cantonese (Yale): Chong Chi (Haau-yan)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Cong Ci (Haau-jan)
Min-Nan: Chong Cu (Hauw-jin)

Birthplace: Jiujiang

Rank and Titles

Commandant; Prefect of Chang An; Administrator of Dunhuang

Family and Relationships

Cang Xun (Son)

Literary Appearances

Sanguozhi: Wei 16

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May 13, 2014