Encyclopedia: Jiang Ji

Jiang Ji (Zitong); Chiang Chi (Tzŭ-t‘ung); 蔣濟 (子通)

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Jiang Ji (Zitong) 蔣濟 (子通)

Lived: AD ?–249

Biographies:
None Available

Served: Wei

Advised against moving the capital when Guan Yu attacked. Helped Sima Yi deal with Cao Shuang.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Chiang Chi (Tzŭ-t‘ung)
Simplified Chinese: 蒋济 (子通)
Cantonese (Yale): Jeung Jai (Ji-tung)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Zoeng Zai (Zi-tung)
Min-Nan: Chio Cee (Cu-tong)

Birthplace: Ping’a county in Chu state.

Name Notes: Known as Drunkard Jiang in his early days. Also known as Master Jiang for the works he wrote.

Rank and Titles

Aide-de-Camp of Yang Province; Grand Administrator of Danyang; Junior Clerk in the Department of the West; Commandant of the Easten Guard; Chamberlain

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 75, 86, 107

Sanguozhi: Wei 14

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