1850 - 1933
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country of citizenship: Republic of China, Qing dynasty
languages spoken, written or signed: Classical Chinese, Old Mandarin
position held: Shujishi of Qing dynasty, Hanlin Academy bianxiu
Ke Shaomin (Chinese: 柯劭忞, 1850–1933), courtesy name Fengsun (Chinese: 鳳孫), also known by his art name Liaoyuan (Chinese: 蓼園), was a Chinese historian from Jiaozhou, Shandong. He is most known for writing the New History of Yuan, one of the Twenty-Five Histories, and helping to lead the compilation of the Draft History of Qing. He was a secretary in the Qing dynasty court in its final years. Source: Wikipedia (en)
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