Nong Quanfu Royalty
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Guangyuan, (modern-day Caobang, Vietnam)
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Thăng Long, modern-day Hanoi, Vietnam
Nong Quanfu (Chinese: 儂全福; pinyin: Nóng Quánfú, Zhuang: Nungz Cienzfuk; ?-1039), also recorded as Nùng Tồn Phúc (Vietnamese: Nùng Tồn Phúc; ; Chữ Hán: 儂存福) was a Nùng/Zhuang chieftain and zhou-level official of Guangyuan located in the modern-day Cao Bang in the 11th century AD. He was the father of the Nùng/Zhuang chieftain Nong Zhigao, who revolted against Annamese rule in 1048, established the Kingdom of Changsheng, and besieged Guangzhou for two months in 1052.