Songyun

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Songyun (Chinese: 松筠; 1752-1835) was a military governor during the Qing dynasty of Imperial China, from 1802-1809.

He was an amban of Xinjiang, Guangdong, and Tibet.

In Xinjiang, he was responsible for the compilation of a gazetteer of the area, using the services of officials exiled to the frontier area, including Wang Tingkai, Qi Yunshi and Xu Song.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chinese Exploration and Excavations in Chinese Central Asia". British Library / International Dunhuang Project. Archived from the original on 2017-06-10.