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English: Lin Xu (林旭), a Chinese politician of Qing Dynasty, one of the "Six Gentlemen" executed by Empress Dowager Cixi after the Hundred Days' Reform.
中文: 林旭,清末改革派政治家,在維新變法失敗后被慈禧太后處死,為戊戌六君子之一。
Date late 19th century
Source 林旭
Author 林旭
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