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Wei Wei (Chinese: 魏巍; pinyin: Wèi Wéi; January 16, 1920 – August 24, 2008), originally known as Hong Jie (simplified Chinese: 鸿杰; traditional Chinese: 鴻傑; pinyin: Hóng Jié), was a poet, a prose writer, a literary report writer, a journalist, a vice-editor-in-chief and the editor of various newspapers in China and a propagandist. His works are noted for their themes of patriotism, communism, and nationalism. Apart from using the name Wei Wei, he once used the pen name Hong Yangshu (紅陽樹) in some of his publications. He changed his name from Hong Jie to Wei Wei in 1937 when he had started a new page of his life, a political one.

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  • Wei Wei (escriptor)
  • Wei Wei (Schriftsteller)
  • Wei Wei (male writer)
  • Wei Wei (escritor)
  • Wei Wei (écrivain, 1920-2008)
  • 魏巍
  • 魏巍 (作家)
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  • Wei Wei (en xinès: 魏巍; en pinyin: Wèiwēi) (Zhengzhou, 1920 - Pequín, 2008) fou un periodista, poeta, assagista i escriptor xinès, guanyador del Premi Mao Dun de Literatura de 1982 per 东方 (dongfang) (L'Orient o l'Est). No confondre amb (escriptora).
  • Wèi Wēi (魏巍) (* 16. Januar 1920 in Zhengzhou; † 24. August 2008 in Peking) war ein berühmter chinesischer Essayist und Romanschriftsteller. Sein berühmtestes Werk ist der von 1959 bis 1978 geschriebene Roman 《東方》 / 《东方》 (Dōngfāng, Osten), für den er 1982 den Mao-Dun-Literaturpreis erhielt.
  • Wèi Wēi (魏巍) (nacido el 16 de enero de 1920 en Zhèngzhōu - 24 de agosto de 2008) fue un famoso escritor, ensayista y novelista chino. Es sus obras se observa un gran sentimiento patriótico y comunista. Su trabajo más famoso es la novela 东方 (dōngfāng, El este), galardonada con el . Cambió su nombre de Hong Jie a Wei Wei en 1937.
  • Wei Wei, né le 16 janvier 1920 à Zhengzhou, Henan et mort le 24 août 2008 à Pékin, également connu sous le nom Hong Jie, est un poète, écrivain et un journaliste chinois.
  • Wei Wei (Chinese: 魏巍; pinyin: Wèi Wéi; January 16, 1920 – August 24, 2008), originally known as Hong Jie (simplified Chinese: 鸿杰; traditional Chinese: 鴻傑; pinyin: Hóng Jié), was a poet, a prose writer, a literary report writer, a journalist, a vice-editor-in-chief and the editor of various newspapers in China and a propagandist. His works are noted for their themes of patriotism, communism, and nationalism. Apart from using the name Wei Wei, he once used the pen name Hong Yangshu (紅陽樹) in some of his publications. He changed his name from Hong Jie to Wei Wei in 1937 when he had started a new page of his life, a political one.
  • 魏巍(ぎ ぎ、1920年3月6日 - 2008年8月24日)は、中華人民共和国の小説家、詩人。本名は魏鴻傑、筆名は紅楊樹。河南省鄭州市出身。中国共産党党員。代表作に『東方』『誰是最可愛的人』『火鳳凰』。元第一回至第三回、栄誉委員、中国作家協会顧問、中朝友好協会副会長、中国解放区文学研究会会長。
  • 魏巍(1920年3月6日-2008年8月24日),原名魏鸿杰,曾用笔名红杨树,男,河南郑州人,中国散文作家、诗人、小说家。曾任第一届至第三届全国人大代表,中国文学艺术界联合会荣誉委员,中国作家协会顾问,副会长,中国解放区文学研究会会长。毕业于延安抗日军政大学。抗日战争爆发后加入八路军。抗美援朝期间奔赴朝鲜前线,与志愿军战士一起生活、战斗,并发表大批文艺通讯,其中《谁是最可爱的人》影响了几代中国人,并收录入人民教育出版社的教科书。
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