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Wen Zhong (Chinese: 文種; pinyin: Wén Zhòng) (died 472 BC) was an advisor in the state of Yue in the Spring and Autumn period. He was a native of Ying in the State of Chu. After Yue was defeated by the state of Wu in 494 BC, Wen Zhong bribed Bo Pi, the advisor to the leader of Wu, King Fuchai, in order to make peace. During King Goujian of Yue's captivity in Wu as a hostage, Wen Zhong governed Yue. After his release, Goujian slowly rebuilt Yue with advice from Wen and Fan Li. In the meantime, Wu began to weaken after Wu Zixu's death, as Fuchai refused to listen to good counsel. A decade after returning to Yue, Goujian started a new war with Wu, and defeated Fuchai, who committed suicide. Wu was annexed by Yue.

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  • 문종(文種)은 춘추 시대 월나라의 관료 겸 정치가로, 자(字)는 자금(子禽)이다. 범여와 함께 구천을 보좌하여 오나라 멸망에 크게 공헌하였으나, 끝끝내 구천의 의심을 사 숙청되었다.
  • 文种(?-前472年),又作文仲,一名會,字子禽,楚国郢(今湖北省江陵北)人,春秋末期著名的谋略家,後輔佐越國打敗吳王夫差,功高震主,遭越王句踐賜死。
  • Wen Zhong (Chinese: 文種; pinyin: Wén Zhòng) (died 472 BC) was an advisor in the state of Yue in the Spring and Autumn period. He was a native of Ying in the State of Chu. After Yue was defeated by the state of Wu in 494 BC, Wen Zhong bribed Bo Pi, the advisor to the leader of Wu, King Fuchai, in order to make peace. During King Goujian of Yue's captivity in Wu as a hostage, Wen Zhong governed Yue. After his release, Goujian slowly rebuilt Yue with advice from Wen and Fan Li. In the meantime, Wu began to weaken after Wu Zixu's death, as Fuchai refused to listen to good counsel. A decade after returning to Yue, Goujian started a new war with Wu, and defeated Fuchai, who committed suicide. Wu was annexed by Yue.
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  • Wen Zhong (Chinese: 文種; pinyin: Wén Zhòng) (died 472 BC) was an advisor in the state of Yue in the Spring and Autumn period. He was a native of Ying in the State of Chu. After Yue was defeated by the state of Wu in 494 BC, Wen Zhong bribed Bo Pi, the advisor to the leader of Wu, King Fuchai, in order to make peace. During King Goujian of Yue's captivity in Wu as a hostage, Wen Zhong governed Yue. After his release, Goujian slowly rebuilt Yue with advice from Wen and Fan Li. In the meantime, Wu began to weaken after Wu Zixu's death, as Fuchai refused to listen to good counsel. A decade after returning to Yue, Goujian started a new war with Wu, and defeated Fuchai, who committed suicide. Wu was annexed by Yue. After the defeat of Wu, Fan Li left Goujian's services and sent Wen Zhong a letter from Qi, advising Wen Zhong to leave Goujian as well. Upon receiving the letter, Wen Zhong declined to go to court, citing an illness. The next day, Wen Zhong left the state of Yue, escaping to Qi.
  • 문종(文種)은 춘추 시대 월나라의 관료 겸 정치가로, 자(字)는 자금(子禽)이다. 범여와 함께 구천을 보좌하여 오나라 멸망에 크게 공헌하였으나, 끝끝내 구천의 의심을 사 숙청되었다.
  • 文种(?-前472年),又作文仲,一名會,字子禽,楚国郢(今湖北省江陵北)人,春秋末期著名的谋略家,後輔佐越國打敗吳王夫差,功高震主,遭越王句踐賜死。
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