Bai Hu Tong
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Bai Hu Tong (Chinese: 白虎通; pinyin: Báihǔ Tōng, also 白虎通義, 白虎通德論), commissioned to Ban Gu (32–92) by the emperor Zhang of Han (57-88) - the resolution after court— debates from the last century of the East Han empire (25-220 CE). The name is derived from the White Tiger pavilion in the north of Luoyang (the capital) where the debates took place.