Xin Xianying is a supporting character in the 14th-century Chinese classic novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by the late Luo Guanzhong, and its multiple adaptations. She is a noblewoman from the Three Kingdoms era.
Xin Xianying is the daughter of Xin Pi, a great-grandfather on the court of the state of Wei empire, that because he was actively involved in political discussions, which was rare for women in China's 3rd century. Chinese historical sources are described as extremely wise women, as well as her brother, Xin Chang, praised her.
Zhuge Liang, the regent of the rival state Shu Han, sent women's clothing to Sima Yi, Prime Minister of Cao Wei in an attempt to resort to an offensive when Cao Wei's army was supposed to fall. Smooth was truly poised and sent a letter to Emperor Cao Rui while asking for an assault permit. When Xin Pi must told her about her daughter at the table, Xian Xianying was said Sima Yi has should not make a decision based on anger; Xin Pi therefore advised the emperor not to allow the attack. Sima Yi was remained in her positions, and Zhuge Liang soon afterwards died.
Xin Xianying is also known as a counselor to her nephew Yang Hu, who has warned of the unhealthy ambition of General Zhong Hui, for which the warning turned out to be correct. Like Wang Yuanji, she also looked at Zhong Hui with suspicion and confided to Yang Hu. "Zhong Hui is a person who does his actions on his own accord and will one day be someone who cannot serve under another." Then she told her The blind man avoided him at all costs. When her son Yang Xiu was appointed as Zhong Hui's assistance, Xin Xianying began to worry. She begged him to remain loyal and kind during his duties. When Zhong Hui rebelled against the Sima family, her advice made him alive.
- She is a playable character in the Dynasty Warriors series.