Chinese Bureaucracy God
Also known as K'uei-Hsing, Kuri-Hsing
Starry-eyed God of Official Documents and Paperwork
One of Wen Chang’s servants, Kui Xing was once a mortal in the academic world — a highly-talented student but also extremely ugly. In fact he was a typical nerd. But after having fallen off a cliff, he was rescued from certain death by a dragon and given the job of Literary Affairs Minister.
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.
Kui Xing Facts and Figures
Name: Kui Xing
Pronunciation: Kway Sheeng
Alternative names: K'uei-Hsing, Kuri-Hsing
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present
In charge of: Bureaucracy
Area of expertise: Bureaucracy
Good/Evil Rating: Unknown at present
Popularity index: 6193
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Article last revised on September 25, 2018 by Rowan Allen.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders
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