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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2011) This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (December 2010) Man Chong Traditional Chinese 滿寵 Simplified Chinese 满宠 Transcriptions This is a Chinese name; the family name is Man. Man Chong (died 242), style name Boning (伯寧), was an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms era of Chinese history. Biography Originally a scholar from Shanyang, he became a strategist under the warlord Cao Cao. In Luo Guanzhong's historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Man was an old friend of Xu Huang, and when Cao Cao battled with Yang Feng (whom Xu Huang served), he was sent to convince Xu to defect to Cao Cao's forces. Later, Man Chong became governor of Runan, and helped Cao Ren defend Fancheng (present day a district of Xiangfan, Hubei) against Guan Yu and his Shu forces at the Battle of Fancheng in 219, acting as an advisor to Cao Ren. Historically, Man Chong convinced Cao Ren to not withdraw by indicating that the flood was only temporary and would not last long. Man Chong also noted that Guan Yu's vanguard had already advanced to Jia (郏) County yet his main force dared not to follow, because he was afraid of being cutting off from the behind and being attacked from both sides. In 228, Man Chong participated in an unsuccessful 3-way invasion to the Eastern Wu. Man Chong was also credited with the suggestion to build a new castle at a strategic location far away from the sea on Hefei, as to minimize the advantage of the Wu navy. Sun Quan invaded Hefei again in 233, but he was so hesitate to land that he just stayed on the boat for 20 days. When he did land, he was ambushed by Man Chong, and lost a few hundred men to him before getting back on boat and retreat. During 4th battle on Hefei of 234, Man Chong was responsible of the defense of the Grand castle of Hefei (however, Man Chong was not physically there), though his suggestion to reinforce general Zhang Wing (who was commanding troops inside Hefei Castle) was rejected by Cao Rui, he managed to burn down the rams Wu forces assembled to seize the city. As a result, the Wu forces retreated before Cao Rui bought the main army to Hefei. Although he was a just man when facing authority, he also was a man who couldn't let go of power. During his later years, he was involved in the power struggle with Wang Ling, and eventually lost favour in court. See also List of people of the Three Kingdoms References Chen Shou. Records of Three Kingdoms, Chapter 26, Biography of Man Chong. v · d · eProminent people of Cao Wei Emperors Cao Pi · Cao Rui · Cao Fang · Cao Mao · Cao Huan Empress Empress Wuxuan · Empress Wende  · Empress Mingdao · Empress Mingyuan · Empress Huai · Empress Zhang · Empress Wang · Empress Bian · Empress Bian · Empress Wenzhao Regents Cao Shuang · Sima Yi · Sima Shi · Sima Zhao · Sima Yan Advisors Chen Qun · Chen Tai · Dong Zhao · Hua Xin · Jia Chong · Jia Kui · Jia Xu · Ma Jun · Pei Xiu · Wang Bi · Wang Lang · Wei Guan · Xiahou Xuan · Yu Huan · Zhong Yao Generals Cao Hong · Cao Ren · Cao Xiu · Cao Zhen · Deng Ai · Gongsun Yuan · Guanqiu Jian · Guo Huai · Hao Zhao · Man Chong · Meng Da · Tian Yu · Wang Ling · Wen Pin · Xiahou Shang · Xu Huang · Zang Ba · Zhang He · Zhang Liao · Zhong Hui · Zhuge Dan Others Cao Zhi  · Huan Fan · Liu Hui · Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove This article about a Chinese politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e