Encyclopedia: Wen Pin

Wen Ping (Zhongye); Wên P‘ing (Chung-yeh); 文聘 (仲業)

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Wen Ping (Zhongye) 文聘 (仲業)

Game Name:
Wen Pin

Lived: Unknown


Served: Liu Biao, Wei

After Liu Cong’s surrender he secluded himself in shame. Later served Cao Cao

Officer Details

Wade-Giles: Wên P‘ing (Chung-yeh)
Simplified Chinese: 文聘 (仲业)
Pronunciation: Wen2 Pin4 (Zhong4ye4)
Cantonese (Yale): Man Ping (Jung-yip)
Cantonese (Jyutpin): Man Ping (Zung-jip)

Birthplace: Wan in Nanyang

Other Names: Wen Pin

Name Notes: ‘Wen Pin’ in some books and nearly all games. Wen Ping is the correct Romanization.

Rank and Titles

Governor of Jiangxia; Marquis Within the Imperial Domain; Marquis of Yanshou Village; General Who Exterminates Rebels; Marquis of Changan County; General of the Rear; Marquis of Xinye

Family and Relationships

Wen Dai (Son); Wen Xiu (Adopted Son); Wen Wu (Grandson); Wen Hou (Second Cousin)

Literary Appearances

Romance of the Three Kingdoms: 34, 41, 42, 4850, 56, 71, 86

Sanguozhi: Wei 1, Wei 3, Wei 4, Wei 11, Wei 18, Wu 13

Zizhi tongjian: 65, 70

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May 13, 2014