Shi Kuang

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Not to be confused with Shi Kuang (zh:師曠 (师旷)), the 6 c. BCE music master ascribed with composition of the lost Classic of Birds

Shi Kuang
Simplified Chinese 士匡
Traditional Chinese 士匡
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Shi.

Shi Kuang was the son of Shi Yi and attendant to the Eastern Wu kingdom during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history (3rd century CE). At one time when his cousin Shi Hui started a rebellion, he was asked upon by Lü Dai to convince Shi Hui to submit. However, Shi Kuang himself was later implicated and was expelled from office.

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