Hua He

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Hua He
Minister of Eastern Wu
Born (Unknown)
Died (Unknown)
Traditional Chinese 華覈
Simplified Chinese 华覈
Pinyin Huà Hé
Wade–Giles Hua He
Courtesy name Yongxian (Chinese: 永先; pinyin: Yǒngxiān; Wade–Giles: Yung-hsien)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Hua.

Hua He (219-278), courtesy name Yongxian, was a minister of the state of Eastern Wu during the late Three Kingdoms period. Hua He was a high-ranking minister under the fourth and last Wu ruler, Sun Hao, but ended up being banished (which included many other ministers) from the Wu imperial court because he opposed Sun Hao's radical foreign policy. Hua He then went to live in seclusion as a result of this event, and greatly despaired over the soon to come downfall of Wu.

Appointments and titles held[edit]

  • Commandant of Shangyu (上虞尉)
  • Commandant of Agriculture (典農都尉)
  • Gentleman of Secret Affairs Department (秘府郎)
  • Assistant in Imperial Secretariat (中書丞)
  • Marquis of Chuling Village (除陵亭侯)
  • Prefect of Dongguan (東觀令)
  • Right Official of State (右國史)

See also[edit]