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Dokuryū Shōeki [Duli Xingyi; Dai Mangong; Tianwai yi xianren]locked

(b Hangzhou Prefect., Zhejiang Prov., 1596; d Nagasaki, 1672).
  • Elizabeth Horton Sharf

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Chinese Ōbaku Zen monk, calligrapher, poet, seal-carver and medical expert, active in Japan. Dokuryū was one of many learned men from south-east China to emigrate to Japan during the political turmoil following the collapse of the Ming dynasty in 1644. He arrived in Nagasaki in ...

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