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date: 09 December 2019

Ai Qing 艾青‎ (Wade–Giles: Ai Ch’ing, original name Jiang Haicheng 蒋海澄‎, Wade–Giles: Chiang Hai-ch’eng) (1910–96) 

Source:
A Dictionary of Chinese Literature
Author(s):

Taiping Chang

One of the most influential modern Chinese poets. In 1929, Ai Qing went to Paris to study Western painting, ...

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