Ĵŭan Ĝji, Saĝulo de la Bambu-Bosko
Works by and about Ruan Ji in English are difficult to find. Here's what there is:
Ruan Ji / Juan Chi: Selected Bibliography
"Speaking My Mind" by Juan Chi / Ruan Ji
Cultures all over the world have had their "holy fools": people who act eccentrically, in defiance of prevailing norms, whose extreme unconventional behavior—in complex civilizations, anyway—functions as a form of social critique. In the West, we have heard of Diogenes from ancient Greece. China, too, had many such persons. Here is an anecdote I have translated from Esperanto which I have not found in English:
He opposed feudal etiquette, acted strangely and unceremoniously; he took the space between heaven and earth as a chamber, his house as his trousers, remaining naked. When someone would enter his chamber, he would ask: "What are you doing in my pants?"