Encyclopedia: Qin Song

Qin Song (Wenbiao); Ch‘in Sung (Wên-piao); 秦松 (文表)

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Qin Song (Wenbiao) 秦松 (文表)

Lived: Unknown

Biographies:
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Served: Wu

Served Sun Ce as an advisor, but died young. Usually appeared around Zhang Zhao.

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Ch‘in Sung (Wên-piao)
Simplified Chinese: 秦松 (文表)
Pronunciation: Qin2 Song1 (Wen2biao3)
Cantonese (Yale): Cheun Chung (Man-biu)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Ceon Cung (Man-biu)
Min-Nan: Cin Siong (Bun-piauw)

Biography

Historic (Confirmed)

Qin Song, styled Wenbiao, hailed from Guangling along with Zhang Hong. He served Sun Ce as an advisor, but died at a young age. In Jian’an 7 (AD 202) Cao Cao demanded that Sun Quan send a son to the imperial court (to serve as a guarantee, or hostage, of Sun Quan’s loyalty). Neither Zhang Zhao, nor Qin Song, could come to a conclusion regarding this matter (SGZ: Sun Quan). In the Jiang Biao Zhuan, a questionable story is recorded in which Liu Bei, during his departure from Wu (after his visit), snuck in a nasty comment about Zhou Yu. In this story, Qin Song was said to have been on the boat along with Zhang Zhao and Lu Su (SGZ: Zhou Yu). Given the fact he usually appears in historical records along with the likes of Zhang Zhao, he probably held a prominent rank in Wu.

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May 13, 2014