Liu Fei, Prince of Qi

Not to be confused with Liu Fei, Prince of Jiangdu.
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Liu.
Liu Fei
King/Prince of Qi
Reign 201-189 BC
Born 221 BC
Died 189 BC (aged 31-32)
Posthumous name
King Daohui of Qi (齊悼惠王)
Father Emperor Gaozu of Han
Mother Lady Cao

Liu Fei (simplified Chinese: 刘肥; traditional Chinese: 劉肥), formally King Daohui of Qi (Chinese: 齊悼惠王; died 189 BC) was the eldest son of Liu Bang, Emperor Gaozu of Han, and Consort Cao—initially his mistress. After Liu Bang decisively defeated Xiang Yu in the Battle of Gaixia in 202 BC, he proclaimed himself the emperor of the new Han dynasty and named Liu Fei, his first son, the King of Qi.[1]

Personal information


  1. Sima Qian. "齊悼惠王世家" [House of Prince Daohui of Qi]. Records of the Grand Historian (in Chinese). Volume 52. Retrieved 12 July 2011.
Prince Daohui of Qi
Died: 189 BC
Chinese royalty
Preceded by
Han Xin
Prince of Qi
202 BC 189 BC
Succeeded by
Liu Xiang
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