Fang Hui (Chinese: 方回), also called Wanli (万里), Tuanfu (团甫), Xugu (虚谷), and Yangshanren (阳山人), was a scholar of the late Song and early Yuan dynasties from Huizhou's She (歙) county (in present-day Anhui province), who lived from 1227 to 1307. He controversially accepted offices from the invading Mongols.
- Kojiro Yoshikawa; John Timothy Wixted (14 July 2014). Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry, 1150-1650: The Chin, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties. Princeton University Press. pp. 70–. ISBN 978-1-4008-6046-3.
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