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Fu Hsi

Fu Hsi (伏羲; pinyin fu2 xi1; Pao-hsi), was the mythical First Emperor of China. He is reputed to be the inventor of writing, fishing and trapping.

The Yi Jing is attributed to his reading of the Ho Map, also known as The Yellow River Map.

See also: Nuwa, Chinese mythology, Sanhuangwudi

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