K8520, China Scholar Qu Yuan 屈原 Large Bronze Medal (Dragon Boat Festival), 1994.
With original package, Minted by Shanghai Mint in 1994.
Qu Yuan (Chinese: 屈原; pinyin: Qū Yuán) (ca. 340 BCE - 278 BCE) was a Chinese scholar and minister to the King from the southern Chu during the Warring States Period. His works are mostly found in an anthology of poetry known as Chu Ci. His death is traditionally commemorated on Duanwu Festival (端午节/端午節), which is commonly known in English as the Dragon Boat Festival or Double Fifth (fifth day of the fifth month of the traditional Chinese calendar).
Size: 60 mm in diameter.
Minted only 10,000 pcs.
Obverse Side: Qu Yuan.
Reverse Side: Qu Yuan Temple.