Han Yü

Chinese - (768-824). A Buddhist philosopher-poet. He was the leader of a revival of Confucianism and he was said to have killed an enormous reptile which was frightening all those living in the area. He became known as Wen Kung after his death and was deified as God of the Place in Peking. In some accounts, referred to as Han Yü, Wen Kung or Wen Kung.

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