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Zuwang Quan(Chinese:全祖望)（1705-1755）,alias Xie Shan, from Shagang village, Dongqiao township, Yin county (now Ningbo Yinzhou District), Ningbo City, Zhejiang province, China(Chinese: 鄞县洞桥乡沙港口村). A famous historian and writer in the Qing Dynasty, an important representative of Zhedong school.
He was Gong Sheng in Yong Zheng seven years (1729), Jinshi in Qianlong first year (1736)(Chinese: 雍正七年（1729年）贡生，乾隆元年（1736年）进士), however, he was not rich and often got sick.
He published a lot of books, in total he left the world about 35 books, more than 400 volumes. Some of them were published after the age of 40: 100 volumes of the Song Yuan study cases(Chinese:《宋元学案》100卷) ，40 volumes of Commentary on the Waterways Classic Proofread by Quan(Chinese: 《全校水经注》40卷). He wrote some poems, essays, academy articles, for example: The “Mei Hua Ling”.
进士 [jìn shì]
[a successful candidate in the highest imperial examinations]
贡生 [gòng shēng]
[senior licentiate in feudal China]
Zongxi huang(Chinese: 黄宗羲)（1610.9.24-1695.8.12）
He was historians, thinkers, geographers, astronomers, historians and educationists In the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties. Zongxi Huang is extremely learned, profound in thought, rich in writing, and has written more than 50 books in his lifetime, more than 300 volumes, including :《明儒学案》《宋元学案》《明夷待访录》《孟子师说》《葬制或问》《破邪论》《思旧录》《易学象数论》《明文海》《行朝录》《今水经》《大统历推法》《四明山志》
His father is one of “The seven gentleman of the Donglin”, his mother is a daughter of a famous book collector. He himself, together with Gu Yanwu and Wang Fuzhi was called as “the three great thinkers in the late Ming and early Qing”, and together with his brother Huang Zongyan and Huang Zonghui was called as “East Zhejiang Sanhuang”; and together with Gu Yanwu, Fang Yizhi, Wang Fuzhi, Zhu Shunshui, was called as “the five people in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasty”, also known as the “father of Chinese thought enlightenment”. Together with Li Yong from Shannxi and Sun Qifeng from Rongcheng, and was called as “the three great Confucian scholars in the sea”. (Chinese:“东林七君子”黄尊素长子。与顾炎武、王夫之并称“明末清初三大思想家”；与弟黄宗炎、黄宗会号称“浙东三黄”；与顾炎武、方以智、王夫之、朱舜水并称为“明末清初五大家”，亦有“中国思想启蒙之父”之誉。与陕西李颙、直隶容城孙奇逢并称“海内三大鸿儒”。)
From above titles, we can see that he was a very social schoolar.
Shunshui Zhu(Chinese:朱舜水)(1600～1682), a scholar and an educator.
After Ming dynasty was over, he went to Japan and lived there. Then he gave lectures in Nagasaki and Edo (now Tokyo) and disseminating Confucianism, which was highly valued by Japanese politicians. He is the author of the book “Zhu Shunshui collection”.
There’s a tomb of him in Fant tower Park, Songjiang district,Shanghai.He was one of Four from Yuyao, Ningbo in his time.