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Hua JingDing- A general of the Tang Dynasty. He was appointed as the judge of Jia Xiang county during the period of Zhi De. Hua was ordered to protect his country against the invasion of the Kous. After a whole day of battle, Hua's army was annihilated with Hua himself decapitated. He kept on riding until he returned to his county. By a creek, Hua decided to wash his face. Scared by the sight of Hua, a lady screamed desperately. Realized something was wrong, Hua looked at his own reflection in the creek, accepted his fate and dropped dead. Hua was buried along the bank of the creek. A temple was erected for Hua in Dong Guan of Wei Zhou. Du Pu wrote about Hua in one of his poems 'The Song of Hua Qing'.
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