Lin Xu

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lin.
Lin Xu
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Traditional Chinese 林旭
Simplified Chinese 林旭

Lin Xu (simplified Chinese: 林旭; traditional Chinese: 林 旭; 1875– 1898), a Chinese politician during the Qing Dynasty, he was one of the "Six Gentlemen" (戊戌六君子), a reformer and disciple of Kang You Wei. He was later executed by Empress Dowager Cixi after the unsuccessful Hundred Days Reform.