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Wang Kang

Wang Kang
Traditional Chinese 王伉
Simplified Chinese 王伉

Wang Kang was an official of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history. He served as the Prefect of Yongchang Commandery. During Yong Kai's rebellion, he defended the city together with Lü Kai from the rebel forces until Zhuge Liang's army arrived to suppress the uprising.

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