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Zhao Yun

Zhao Yun (pronunciation ) (died 229), courtesy name Zilong, was a military general who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty and early Three Kingdoms period of China. Originally a subordinate of the northern warlord Gongsun Zan, Zhao Yun later came to serve another warlord, Liu Bei, and had since accompanied him on most of his military exploits, from the Battle of Changban (208) to the Hanzhong Campaign (217–219). He continued serving in the state of Shu Han – founded by Liu Bei in 221 – in the Three Kingdoms period and participated in the first of the Northern Expeditions until his death in 229. While many facts about Zhao Yun's life remain unclear due to limited information in historical sources, some aspects and activities in his life have been dramatised or exaggerated in folklore and fiction. →Wikipedia

Chiu WanЧжао Юнь赵云Triệu Vân조운 (촉한)จูล่งجاو يون趙雲Tiō Hûnژائو یون

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Gongsun Zan introduces Zhao Yun to Liu Bei

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