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Teng Xiu

Teng Xiu
Traditional Chinese 滕脩
Simplified Chinese 滕修

Teng Xiu (died 288), courtesy name Xianxian (顯先), was a minister of the state of Eastern Wu during the late Three Kingdoms period. Teng served as the Minister of Exterior. In 279, the Eastern Wu emperor Sun Hao asked Teng how to respond to an invasion by the Jin Dynasty.

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