Wang Wei

[fencer] Wang Wei (born 23 October 1958) is a Chinese fencer. He competed in the team foil event at the 1984 Summer Olympics. ...
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Wang Wei

(or Wang Mo-ch'i) (699-759) Chinese painter, poet, and musician. His poetical landscapes survive only in copies, but he ranks as a founder of the Southern School of Chinese pa ...
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Wang Wei

one of the most famous men of arts and letters during the Tang dynasty, one of the golden ages of Chinese cultural history. Wang is popularly known ... [4 related articles]
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Wang Wei

[baseball] Wang Wei ({zh|s=王伟|t=王偉|p=Wáng Wěi}; born 25 December 1978 in Beijing, China) is a baseball catcher from the People`s Republic of China. He holds the distinction of having hit the first home run ever in the World Baseball Classic, when China played eventual champion Japan in the first round. On June 20, 2007, he signed ...
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Wang Wei

Wang Wei (wäng wā) , 699–759, Chinese poet. He was an extremely versatile man, being a musician and painter as well as a poet. He wrote quatrains almost exclusively; these verses portray quiet scenes like those depicted in the few surviving paintings attributed to him. Wang Wei's de...
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Wang Wei

[Liang dynasty] Wang Wei ({zh|c=王偉|p=Wángwěi}, died 552) was the chief strategist for Hou Jing, who controlled the imperial government of and briefly took over the throne of the Chinese Liang Dynasty dynasty and established his short-lived state of Han. Wang Wei advised Hou Jing during the latter`s time as general and was elevated to ...
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Wang Wei

[17th-century poet] Wang Wei (Chinese 王微) (1597-1647) was a Chinese poet. Orphaned at the age of seven, she became a prostitute in Yangzhou. In later life she was twice married and twice widowed, before becoming a priestess with the name `Taoist Master in the Straw coat`. Thereafter she traveled throughout central China on a boat, writi...
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Wang Wei

[8th-century poet] Wang Wei ({zh|t=王維|s=王维|p=Wáng Wéi|w=Wang Wei}) (699-759) and also known by other names such as Wang Youcheng, was a Tang Dynasty Chinese poet, musician, painter, and statesman. He was one of the most famous men of arts and letters of his time. Many of his poems are preserved, and twenty-nine were included in th...
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