Encyclopedia: Jia Hong

Jia Hong (Shuye); Chia Hung (Shu-yeh)

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Jia Hong (Shuye)

Lived: AD ?–c.225

Biographies:
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Served: Wei, Ma Chao

A keen and talend scholar, tended to set up schools wherever he went. Considered one of seven Confucian Exemplars.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chia Hung (Shu-yeh)
Simplified Chinese: Undefined

Birthplace: Jingzhao

Rank and Titles

Local Office; Reporting Officer; Staff Officer of Director of Retainers (Zhong Yao); Brevet Magistrate; Magistrate; Chancellor to Duke of Boma; Chancellor to King of Boma; Confucian Exemplar

Family and Relationships

Cao Biao (Close Friend)

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May 13, 2014