Wang Wei


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Wang Wei

 (wäng′ wā′) 701-761.
Chinese poet known for his lyrical depiction of nature's beauty in short poems such as "Lu Chai" ("Deer Park").
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He was the inseparable friend of the famous Buddhist poet and doctor, Wang Wei. He spent the first forty years of his life in acquiring knowledge, but having failed to obtain his doctor's degree, he returned to the quiet hills of his native province and dedicated his remaining years to composition.
Meanwhile, a Chinese pilot claimed the US plane had suddenly swerved into his colleague Wang Wei's plane, sending it crashing into the sea.
Poems of Wang Wei (University Press of New England, 1992):
Camera (color), Wang Wei; editor, Karl Riedl; music, Liu Sijun; art director, Cal Weidong; costumes, Li Xuan; sound (Dolby Digital), Wang Xueyi.
US government and business sites have been bombarded with Chinese flags, pictures and eulogies for pilot Wang Wei (who certainly seemed to be looking the wang wei when he clipped the spy plane).
The enshrinement of fighter pilot Wang Wei in the pantheon of communist heroes coincided with tough remarks from Washington about the collision.
The newspaper reported some signs of progress toward a resolution, as Chinese President Jiang Zemin said Tuesday the United States and China ''have to find a solution'' to the standoff, and Chinese media appear to be close to announcing the end of the search for the missing Chinese pilot, Wang Wei.
Their families fear they will be charged in connection with the death of Chinese fighter pilot Wang Wei.
Four hundred years after the birth of Wang Wei, the most famous medieval Buddhist nature poet of Japan was born to a minor branch of the powerful Fujiwara clan in the old capital city of Heian, present day Kyoto.
Produced by John Chong, Wang Wei, Wang Zhongjun, Zhang Zhenhua.