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Xin Ping

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Xin Ping

Xin Ping
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Xin Ping (died 204), courtesy name Zhongzhi (仲治), was a minister serving under the warlord Han Fu in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. Following the death of Han Fu, Xin went on to serve Yuan Shao, acting as an adviser to Yuan Tan, Yuan Shao's oldest son. Once, Xin was invited by Cao Cao to serve him when he met Cao as an envoy, but he declined. Xin Ping's younger brother, Xin Pi, switched allegiance to Cao Cao after Yuan Shao's death and continued serving the state of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period.

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