KUI-XINGAlso known as K'UEI-HSING, KURI-HSING
One of [WEN-CHANG]'s servants, he's the starry-eyed God of Official Documents and Paperwork.
Now he stands next to WEN-CHANG in the night sky, and oversees official paperwork, publications and Post-It notes. No memo is small enough to escape his scrutiny. We presume by now he is also the God of Fax Machines and Email.
KUI-XING is often depicted standing on the head of a turtle waving a Chinese brush in the air. Never having received a communication from Heaven, we are at a loss to comment further.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Deity
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Kway Sheeng
Alternative names : K'UEI-HSING, KURI-HSING
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