Junchen

Some articles on junchen:

Sino-Xiongnu War - Course - Onset
... engagement along the border near Mayi, Han forces would lure Junchen Chanyu over with wealth and promises of defections in order to eliminate him and cause political chaos for the Xiongnu ... Junchen Chanyu led his army of 100,000 men towards Mayi, but he became increasingly suspicious of the situation ... When the ambush failed, because Junchen Chanyu realized he was about to fall into a trap and fled back north, the peace was broken and the Han court resolved to engage in full-scale war ...
Shi Wuzi
... Wu Zetian put Shi and her secret police official Lai Junchen in charge of the investigations ... Afterwards, Lai Junchen reported to Wu Zetian that Shi was trying to absolve the Lius ... Wu Zetian ordered Lai Junchen to investigate Shi as well ...
Emperor Wu Of Han - Biography - Maturity in Reign and Territorial Expansion
... minister of vassal affairs, he had his generals set a trap for the Xiongnu Chanyu Junchen (軍臣) ... killing the county magistrate to try to entice Chanyu Junchen into advancing on Mayi, while Han forces hid around Mayi to be ready to surprise the chanyu ... captured by Xiongnu disclosed the entire plan to Chanyu Junchen, who then withdrew quickly before the Han forces could ambush him ...
Lai Junchen - Background
... It is not known when Lai Junchen was born, but it is known that he was from Wannian County (萬年), one of the two counties making up the Tang Dynasty capital Chang'an ... His father was one Lai Cao (來操) -- who was said to have won Lai Junchen's mother, then the wife of his friend Cai Ben (蔡本), after winning in gambling with Cai ... Lai Junchen was said to be a thug who did not work, who was investigated for thievery while he was at He Prefecture (和州, roughly modern Chaohu, Anhui) and who then made false accusations against others to the ...