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|Official of Cao Wei|
|Courtesy name||Manji (Chinese: 曼基; pinyin: Mànjī; Wade–Giles: Man-chi)|
Wen Hui (178-223), courtesy name Manji, was a minister of the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period. Wen Hui was a reputed administrator in Wei. After many successful performances as a local official in the late Eastern Han Dynasty, Wen Hui returned to the capital and ended up becoming a chancellor of records. Cao Cao quickly took notice of Wen Hui's skill and promoted him to many other important positions in the future.
- Chen Shou. Records of the Three Kingdoms, Volume 15, Biography of Wen Hui.
- Sima Guang. Zizhi Tongjian, Volume 68.
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