Qian Liu

Qian Liu (simplified Chinese: 钱镠; traditional Chinese: 錢鏐; pinyin: Qián Liú) (March 10, 852-May 6, 932), courtesy name Jumei (具美), nickname Poliu (婆留), formally King Wusu of Wuyue (吳越武肅王) with the temple name of Taizu (太祖), was founder and first king of the Kingdom of Wuyue (907-978) during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, ruling over roughly modern Zhejiang on the east coast of China.

Read more about Qian Liu:  Background, Service Under Dong Chang and Takeover of Zhenhai Circuit, Destruction of Dong Chang, Rule Over Zhenhai and Zhendong, As Later Liang Vassal, As Later Tang Vassal, Personality and Impact of Reign, Personal Information