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Han Hong (dates unknown, but fl. 8th century) was a Chinese poet of the mid-Tang period. His courtesy name was Junping. He hailed from Nanyang, and attained a jinshi degree in the imperial examination in 754, and served in several government positions. His poetry was praised by the emperor. He was included among of the "", and three of his poems were included in the Three Hundred Tang Poems. Books 243, 244 and 245 of the Quan Tangshi are devoted to his poetry.

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  • Han Hong (dates unknown, but fl. 8th century) was a Chinese poet of the mid-Tang period. His courtesy name was Junping. He hailed from Nanyang, and attained a jinshi degree in the imperial examination in 754, and served in several government positions. His poetry was praised by the emperor. He was included among of the "", and three of his poems were included in the Three Hundred Tang Poems. Books 243, 244 and 245 of the Quan Tangshi are devoted to his poetry.
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  • Han Hong (dates unknown, but fl. 8th century) was a Chinese poet of the mid-Tang period. His courtesy name was Junping. He hailed from Nanyang, and attained a jinshi degree in the imperial examination in 754, and served in several government positions. His poetry was praised by the emperor. He was included among of the "", and three of his poems were included in the Three Hundred Tang Poems. Books 243, 244 and 245 of the Quan Tangshi are devoted to his poetry.
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