Lady Zhen

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Lady Zhen (26 January 183 – 4 August 221), personal name unknown, was the first wife of Cao Pi, the first ruler of the state of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lady Zhen has received more than 217,338 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Lady Zhen is the 231st most popular companion, the 237th most popular biography from China and the most popular Chinese Companion.

Lady Zhen is most famous for her work in the field of education. She was the first female to graduate from a university in China, and she was one of the first women to teach at a university.

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Among companions, Lady Zhen ranks 231 out of 687Before her are Pulcheria, Eleanor of Provence, Alberto Granado, Linda McCartney, Judith of Flanders, and Anne of Bohemia. After her are Bruttia Crispina, Constance of Austria, Frederica of Baden, Catherine of Lancaster, Elizabeth of Pomerania, and Adela of Champagne.

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Among people born in 183, Lady Zhen ranks 2Before her is Lu Xun.  Among people deceased in 221, Lady Zhen ranks 2Before her is Zhang Fei. After her is Yu Jin.

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In China

Among people born in China, Lady Zhen ranks 237 out of 1,186Before her are Zhang Xueliang (1901), Charles K. Kao (1933), Emperor Zhenzong (968), Jacques Mayol (1927), Emperor Hui of Jin (259), and Emperor Shenzong of Song (1048). After her are Zhao Bing (1271), Chien-Shiung Wu (1912), Wang Xizhi (303), Sima Shi (208), Meng Tian (-250), and Abaoji (872).


Among companions born in China, Lady Zhen ranks 1After her are Princess Taiping (665).