Trần Bích San

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Trần Bích San (陳璧山, 18401877) was a famous Vietnamese scholar and writer. [1] The New Orleans-based Vietnamese writer Tran Bich San is his great-grandson.

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References

  1. The Vietnam Forum, 1986, issue 8, page 202: "For instance, nowhere else, to my knowledge, can be found such works as Gia Huin Ca ('Songs of family precepts') of Tarn Kh8i Trin Hy Tang, a 19th-century scholar also known as Tran Bich San, which was published in Nos. 1638–1662"