Encyclopedia: Lu Ji

Lu Ji (Gongji); Lu Chi (Kung-chi); 陸績 (公紀)

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Lu Ji (Gongji) 陸績 (公紀)

Lived: AD 188–219

Biographies:
None Available

Served: Wu

During his youth, he was said to have stolen an orange from Yuan Shu to give to his mother.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Lu Chi (Kung-chi)
Simplified Chinese: 陆绩 (公纪)
Pronunciation: Lu2 Ji1 (Gong1ji4)
Min-Nan: Liok Cek (Kong-ki)

Family and Relationships

Lu Kang (Father); Lu Yusheng (Daughter); Lu Xun (Relative)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 38, 43

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May 13, 2014