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Zhang Fei

Zhang Fei (pronunciation ) (died July or August 221), courtesy name Yide, was a military general serving under the warlord Liu Bei in the late Eastern Han dynasty and early Three Kingdoms period of China. Zhang Fei and Guan Yu, who were among the earliest to join Liu Bei, shared a brotherly relationship with their lord and accompanied him on most of his early exploits. Zhang Fei fought in various battles on Liu Bei's side, including the Red Cliffs campaign (208–209), takeover of Yi Province (212–214), and Hanzhong Campaign (217–218). He was assassinated by his subordinates in 221 after serving for only a few months in the state of Shu Han, which was founded by Liu Bei earlier that year.Zhang Fei is one of the major characters in the 14th-century historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, which dramatises and romanticises the events before and during the Three Kingdoms period. →Wikipedia

Fei Zhang张飞Чжан ФейTrương Phiཀྲང་ཧྥེ།شانگ فیجانغ فايЧжан Фэй장비張飛เตียวหุยChông FîTiuⁿ Hui

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Kishi Gantai
Japanese painter
Zhou Jingxin
Chinese artist

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Three heroes in a peach orchard
fan painting1801-1865
Zhang Fei from Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Set of 10 papercuts of opera masks from Guan Ling and their envelope
Three Heroes Fighting Lü Bu at Hulaoguan
Zhang Fei Whips the Government Inspector with Anger
Liu Bei sending Zhang Fei to fight against Ma Chao

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