A Chinese Biographical Dictionary/Ch'ên Ch'ien
214 Ch'ên Ch'ien 陳蒨 (T. 子華). A.D. 522-566. Nephew of Ch'ên Pa-hsien, whom he succeeded in 559 as second sovereign of the Ch'ên dynasty. He was an industrious ruler, and made the Palace watchmen wake him every time they passed at night. His reign was disturbed only by one abortive rebellion, that of the Governors of Chiang-chou in Hupeh and 閩 Min-chou in Fuhkien. Canonised as 世祖文皇帝.