Wang Hong

Wang Hong (王弘) (379–432), courtesy name Xiuyuan (休元), formally Duke Wenzhao of Huarong (華容文昭公), was a high level official of the Chinese dynasty Liu Song. He served during the administrations of Emperor Wu (Liu Yu), Emperor Shao, and Emperor Wen of Liu Song, becoming prime minister during Emperor Wen's reign.

Read more about Wang Hong:  During Jin Dynasty, During Emperor Wu's and Emperor Shao's Reigns, During Emperor Wen's Reign

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Wang Hong - During Emperor Wen's Reign
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