People usually mistook Jiang Han from Quzhou for Jiang Han from Jurong. The former, with an adult name Chaozong("zi") and from Qu County in Zhejiang, was known as Da-Sheng Musical Ministry ci-poet because he was Zhi-Zhuan official in it, while the latter, Jingshi in 1142 A.D., came from Qin Hui's hometown. As the deputy executive of Mizhou District from 1116 to 1117, Jiang Han from Quzhou had Qin Hui as his colleague, which led to the confusion of the two persons. In addition, contemporary scholars often regard Jiang Han from Quzhou, Jiang Han from Jurong and Jiang Chaozong in South-Song Dynasty as the same person. According to the relevant record, there are three famous men named Jiang Chaozong in South-Song Dynasty, who were from three different places: Kuocang, Linhai and Linchuan. As the Zhu-Bu, a junior official of Shan County, Jiang Chaozong from Kuocang, was born in Lishui, Zhejiang and stayed alive between 1165 and 1189, kept in touch with Fan Chengda and Wu Fu, two famous poets in South-Song Dynasty. As the Jingshi in 1220, Jiang Chaozong from Linhai (with an adult name Pingzhong)was born in Linhai, Zhejiang Province, and assumed the Professor of Pingjiang in 1239. But Jiang Chaozong in Linchuan (with the name Jiang Hui)was born in Linchuan, Jiangxi Province, and served as the drillmaster of Jingzhou in 1136.