Gong Yongqing, born in Hongzhi period of Ming Dynasty, was born in Dongmen Village, Huaian County (now Dongmen Village, Hongshan Town, Gulou District, Fuzhou City).
In 1526, Gong Yongqing was the first Jinshi (number one scholar) in the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty. He was given the Imperial Academy to revise and write. He went to zuochuanfang, zuoyude, and the Imperial Academy to read zhijingyan. Every time he spoke, he kept a regular satire. He participated in the compilation of "Ming Lun Da Dian" and "Da Ming Hui Dian". In the 15th year of Jiajing, he was sent to Korea by imperial edict. When he returned home, he politely declined the valuable gift from Korea. When he returned to China to restore his life, he saw Jiana in three matters. He promoted the Imperial Academy of Nanjing to offer sacrifices to the emperor, and made an announcement on the regulations of the Imperial Academy. He soon returned to Fuzhou with illness and was buried in Jixiang mountain of Fuzhou after his death.
Gong Yongqing wrote the records of envoys to Korea and the collected works of Fenggang. He traveled to Gushan in Fuzhou many times before he died. He left some verses: "looking at the place by the fence, there are sails on the sea", "misty clouds gather in the mountains, the wind rushes across the river and clouds", "one water encircles the isolated islets, and the mountains embrace the distant trees", etc.
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