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Wu Bing was appointed Zhixian County, Puqi County, Wuchang Prefecture, Hubei Province, after he was a scholar in the forty-seventh year of Wanli (1619 A.D.). Wu Bing enforces the law rigorously, does not favor selfish feelings, and has won the hearts and minds of the people. Later, he was appointed Deputy Envoy of Jiangxi University, and soon he was appointed Director of Dushui Department of Ministry of Works. At this time, when the three halls burned were being built, Wu Bing was very considerate to the craftsmen and cared about their lives, and was deeply loved by the craftsmen. During his tenure as the prefecture of Fuzhou, Liu Xiang in the marshland area of Fujian Province was an aggressor, disturbing the coastal residents, and was rampant. Fujun Xiong Wen-jun lost his boat and burned his boat. He wanted to confiscate the gold and silver property of foreign businessmen to compensate for the cost. He ordered Wu Bing to forge the charges of foreign businessmen and beat them up in prison. Wu Bing said, "I can't bear killing and charming people. "There was a man named Chen Huang in Fujian who tried to escape the responsibility of bribing powerful and powerful people for gaining a position. So he asked Zeng Shigao to bribe Wu Bing with thousands of gold, which he refused severely. Later, Wu Bing returned to his hometown on the basis of his illness because he was not accustomed to fraud in official circles. After Wu Bing returned to his hometown, he lived in the "Bean Flower Villa" in Wuyunzhuang, outside the South Gate of Yicheng City, and devoted himself to poetry and drama creation.
During the period of Chongzhen (1628 - 1644), Wu Bing was recommended by Masi Lu as an assistant envoy of Jiangxi. After Emperor Zhu Youzhan, Emperor Chongzhen of Ming Yi Zong, hanged himself up in 1644, he moved to Guangdong. In October of the second year of Longwu (three years of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty, 1646 A.D.), Zhu Yusong, king of Gui, became emperor in Zhaoqing, Guangdong Province, and the next year (1647 A.D.) was the first year of Yongli. In January, Wu Bing was awarded the right-hand waiter of the army from Guilin. In February, he was worshipped as a Bachelor of Rites and a Bachelor of East Pavilion University (Prime Minister), and still served as a right-hand waiter in the Ministry of Military Affairs. In April, he accompanied Emperor Yongli to Wugang, Hunan. On August 24, when I heard that the Qing troops were approaching, I rushed to Jingzhou, Hunan Province, with Emperor Yongli. At that time, the situation was very critical. Emperor Yongli ordered Wu Bing to escort Prince Wang to the city of Hunan. Only Hou Weishi, the chief official of the ministry, was with him. By the time they arrived, the city had been occupied by the Qing soldiers, who had captured them in the slightest battle and were imprisoned at the Xiangshan Temple in Hengzhou. Wu Bing remained unyielding after being captured. He died on the eighteenth day of the first month of the second year of Yongli (five years of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty, 1648 A.D.) on a seven-day hunger strike. He was only 54 years old. Before his death, he wrote a poem of desperation, in which he wrote the sentence "Who is the barren hill and who is the bone collector? The moon is long and the photo is short". In the forty-first year of Qianlong reign of the Qing Dynasty (1776 AD), loyalty was granted. He was buried in Shiting Port, Shanmen Village outside the South Gate of Yicheng City. He and his nephew Wu Zhenyu were enshrined in the "Erzhong Festival Temple" of Ximiao Lane in Yicheng City.