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Zang Kejia (Chinese: 臧克家; pinyin: Zāng Kèjiā; 8 October 1905 – 5 February 2004) was a Chinese poet. He was born in Zhucheng, Shandong province. Zang entered the Shandong Provincial First Normal School in 1923 and later trained at the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military and Political School. In 1929, he went to Qingdao University, and under the guidance of Wen Yiduo began publishing poetry. His first collection, Laoyin (Brand) appeared in 1937. Other collections followed.

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  • Zang Kejia (chinesisch 臧克家, Pinyin Zāng Kèjiā, geboren 8. Oktober 1905 in Zhucheng, Shandong, gestorben 5. Februar 2004 in Peking) war ein chinesischer Dichter, der als Mitglied der (中国民主同盟) auch politisch aktiv war. Zusammen mit Zhou Zhenfu (周振甫; 1911–2000) gab er im Jahr 1957 Ausgewählte Gedichte des Vorsitzenden Mao mit Anmerkungen und Kommentar heraus.
  • Zang Kejia est un poète chinois né le 8 octobre 1905 à Zhucheng en Chine et décédé le 5 février 2004 à Pékin.
  • 臧克家(1905年10月8日-2004年2月5日),曾用名臧瑗望,笔名少全、何嘉等,男,山东诸城人,中国现代诗人。中国民主同盟成员。第二、三屆全國人大代表,第五、八屆全國政協委員,第六、七屆全國政協常委。
  • Zang Kejia (Chinese: 臧克家; pinyin: Zāng Kèjiā; 8 October 1905 – 5 February 2004) was a Chinese poet. He was born in Zhucheng, Shandong province. Zang entered the Shandong Provincial First Normal School in 1923 and later trained at the Wuhan Branch of the Central Military and Political School. In 1929, he went to Qingdao University, and under the guidance of Wen Yiduo began publishing poetry. His first collection, Laoyin (Brand) appeared in 1937. Other collections followed.
  • Zang Kejia (ur. 8 października 1905 w powiecie Zhucheng w prow. Shandong, zm. 5 lutego 2004 w Pekinie) – poeta chiński. W latach 1930-1934 studiował filologię chińską na Narodowym Uniwersytecie Shandong, kształcił się także w szkole wojskowo-politycznej. W 1933 opublikował pierwszy zbiór poezji, w 1946 wydał zbiór utworów o tematyce politycznej, utrzymanych w tonacji ironii. Na początku lat 50. razem z Zhou Zhenfu opracował publikację Wybrane Utwory Poetyckie Przewodniczącego Mao (z przypisami i komentarzami).
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