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Lu Zongyu (simplified Chinese: 陆宗舆; traditional Chinese: 陸宗輿; pinyin: Lù Zōngyú; 1876–1941) was a Chinese diplomat at the Paris Peace Conference after World War I. Because of subscribing Twenty-One Demands supporting Japanese interests, along with Zhang Zongxiang and Cao Rulin, he was blamed as Hanjian ("traitor to the Chinese people") by students participating May Fourth Movement.
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