Cai Jing

Cai Jing (1047–1126), style name Yuanchang (元長), was a government official and calligrapher who lived during the Northern Song Dynasty. Cai Jing is also featured as one of the antagonists and nemesis of the 108 Liangshan heroes in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.

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Xuan Zan - Becoming An Outlaw
... Xuan Zan recommends Guan Sheng to the Imperial Tutor, Cai Jing ... Cai Jing orders Guan Sheng to lead reinforcements to Daming Prefecture to lift the siege ... After Guan Sheng's defection, Cai Jing sends Shan Tinggui and Wei Dingguo to lead another army to attack the outlaws ...
Cai Jing - In Fiction
... Cai Jing Water Margin character Imperial Tutor (太師) of Imperial Court Hometown Xianyou, Xinghua (present-day Putian, Fujian) Names Simplified Chinese ... Together with Gao Qiu, Tong Guan and others, Cai Jing frames many loyalists for treason and other crimes, forcing some of them to join the outlaws at Liangshan Marsh ... Liang Shijie, is the Grand Secretary (中書), while his son, Cai Jiu, is the governor of Jiangzhou (present-day Jiangxi) ...
Ma Gu - Early Descriptions
... Later, while traveling in Wu (modern Zhejiang), Wang met Cai Jing 蔡經, whose physiognomy indicated he was destined to become an immortal, and taught him the basic techniques ... After Cai had been gone for "over a decade", he suddenly returned home, looking like a young man, announced that Lord Wang would visit on the "seventh day of the ... When Ma Gu was introduced to the women in Cai's family, she transformed some rice into pearls as a trick to avoid the unclean influences of a recent childbirth ...
Journey To The West (1986 TV series) - Cast - Season 1 - Other Cast
... as Taibai Jinxing Wang Yuli as Li Jing Xiang Han as Fishmonger Yan Huaili as Old man Bai Chunxiang as Servant boy Li Xijing as Dragon King of the East Sea Liu ...

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