Juren (simplified Chinese: 举人; traditional Chinese: 舉人; pinyin: jǔrén) was a rank achieved by people who passed the xiangshi exam in the imperial examination system of Imperial China, also known in English as the provincial examination.. It was higher than the shengyuan, but lower than jinshi, the highest degree.
People who achieved juren as their highest degree
- Shen Defu
- Yang Shoujing
- Wei Yuan, scholar and secretariat
- Zuo Zongtang, General
- Liang Qichao, scholar and politician
- Wu Zhihui, anarchist writer and Republic of China official
- Huang Zunxian, Chinese official, scholar, and writer, active during the late Qing dynasty
- Wang, Rui (2013). The Chinese Imperial Examination System: An Annotated Bibliography. Rowman & Littlefield.
- Shen, Defu (1578). "Survey of the Legitimate and Illegitimate Dynasties in History". World Digital Library (in Chinese). Retrieved 7 June 2013.
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