盧植（Lu Zhi，盧子幹，Lu Zigan，?年-192年）
Lu Zhi (before late 140s?–192), courtesy name Zigan, was a Chinese historian, military general, philosopher, and politician during the Eastern Han dynasty.
According to the Records of the Three Kingdoms, he was the mentor of Liu Bei and Gongsun Zan.
He was described as a tall man (approximately 1.89 metres or 6'2") with a sonorous voice.
Lu Zhi was born in Zhuo Commandery(涿郡).
He studied under Ma Rong and Zheng Xuan was one of his classmates.
In 175, a rebellion led by "barbarians" in Jiujiang broke out. On account of his literary and martial abilities, Lu Zhi was made Administrator of Jiujiang. The rebels surrendered to Lu peacefully.
While in the service of the Han government, Lu Zhi led imperial forces to attack the Yellow Turban rebels in 184, but was removed from command after the eunuch Zuo Feng (左豐) made false accusations against him; Lu Zhi had refused to bribe Zuo Feng.
Later, he warned against Dong Zhuo's sudden displacement of Emperor Shao.
After Dong Zhuo's rise to power, Lu eventually resigned from court, citing his old age and ill health.