Chang Yuchun

Chang Yuchun (Chinese: 常遇春; pinyin: Cháng Yùchūn; 1330–1369), style name Boren (伯仁) and pseudonym Yanheng (燕衡), was a Chinese Muslim military general. He was a follower of the Ming Dynasty's founder, Zhu Yuanzhang, and contributed greatly to the founding of the dynasty. Chang was famous for his bravery and formidable prowess in battle, which earned him the nickname of "Chang Ten Thousand", because he alone was said to be as effective as a force of 10,000 troops.

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