- Chinese: 陳 翼 (Chén Yì)
Chen Yi was a Qing official and member of the 1663 Qing investiture mission to the Ryûkyû Kingdom. He is credited with introducing Qing music to the Ryûkyûan court, devoting two months in 1663 to teaching the Crown Prince, the king's son-in-law, and a son of one of the Sanshikan, a number of pieces on the zheng. The lessons took place at the Buddhist temple of Tenkai-ji for one month, and at Shuri castle for another month.
- Liao Zhenpei 廖真珮, "Ryûkyû kyûtei ni okeru Chûgoku kei ongaku no ensô to denshô" 琉球宮廷における中国系音楽の演奏と伝承, in Uzagaku no fukugen ni mukete 御座楽の復元に向けて, Naha, Okinawa: Uzagaku fukugen ensô kenkyûkai 御座楽復元演奏研究会 (2007), 109-110, citing Naha shishi 那覇市史, vol 7, Naha City Office (1980), pp552-553.