Dai Shulun, born in 732, was a native of Jintan, Runzhou (in today's Jiangsu). He served as a government official, however, in his later years, he was banished from the imperial court after the death of Emperor Daizong in 779. He then held various provincial positions, including a stint as the governor of Fuzhou, Jiangxi and as the frontier commissioner (经略使, jinglue shi) of Rongzhou (容州) in Guangxi. He was recalled ten years later back to the court, but died before he reached the capital in 789.
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- Mike O'Connor, ed. (1 September 2002). Where the World Does Not Follow: Buddhist China in Picture and Poem. Wisdom Publications. p. 141. ISBN 978-0861713097.
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- Books of the Quan Tangshi that include collected poems of Dai Shulun at the Chinese Text Project:
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