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Zhang Yanghao (simplified Chinese: 张养浩; traditional Chinese: 張養浩; pinyin: Zhāng Yǎnghào; 1270–1329), courtesy name Ximeng, was a writer from Shandong who lived during the Yuan Dynasty and authored prose, poems, as well as songs. He is particularly well known for his Sanqu poetry. Among his works is one of the most frequently anthologized poems of the "meditation on the past" (Chinese: 怀古; pinyin: huáigǔ) genre, a song poem titled "Meditation on the Past at Tong Pass" (Chinese: 潼关怀古; pinyin: Tóngguān Huáigǔ) and set to the tune of "Sheep on Mountain Slope" (Chinese: 山坡羊; pinyin: Shānpō yáng). Besides his work as a writer, Zhang Yanghao also held high government posts and served at one time as head of the Ministry of Rites. His tomb is in Shandong, to the north of the city center of Jinan.

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  • Zhang Yanghao (chinois simplifié : 张养浩 ; chinois traditionnel : 張養浩 ; pinyin : Zhāng Yǎnghào), également connu sous le prénom de courtoisie de Ximeng, né en 1270 à Jinan dans la province du Shandong et mort en 1329, est un poète chinois de la dynastie Yuan.
  • 張 養浩(ちょう ようこう、1270年 - 1329年)は、元代の官僚・儒学者。字は希孟。号は斉東野人・雲荘。東平の学正を初任として、監察御史・翰林直学士・礼部尚書を歴任した。関中の大飢饉の際には飢民の救恤に尽力した。死後、浜国公を追贈され、文忠と諡される。 著書に『三事忠告』・『帰田類稿』等がある。
  • Zhang Yanghao (simplified Chinese: 张养浩; traditional Chinese: 張養浩; pinyin: Zhāng Yǎnghào; 1270–1329), courtesy name Ximeng, was a writer from Shandong who lived during the Yuan Dynasty and authored prose, poems, as well as songs. He is particularly well known for his Sanqu poetry. Among his works is one of the most frequently anthologized poems of the "meditation on the past" (Chinese: 怀古; pinyin: huáigǔ) genre, a song poem titled "Meditation on the Past at Tong Pass" (Chinese: 潼关怀古; pinyin: Tóngguān Huáigǔ) and set to the tune of "Sheep on Mountain Slope" (Chinese: 山坡羊; pinyin: Shānpō yáng). Besides his work as a writer, Zhang Yanghao also held high government posts and served at one time as head of the Ministry of Rites. His tomb is in Shandong, to the north of the city center of Jinan.
  • 张养浩(1270年-1329年),字希孟,号雲莊,谥号“文忠”,山东济南人。元朝漢人。散曲作家,與張可久合為“二張”。 历任县尹、监察御史、礼部尚书。以直言敢谏为权贵所忌,免官;后复官至礼部尚书,参议中书省事。弃官隱居后,屡召不赴,因天历二年关中大旱,复出出任陕西行台,治旱救灾,劳瘁而死。 其散曲多写弃官后的田园隐居生活,有的流露出对官场的不满。著名的一首《山坡羊.潼关怀古》但山坡羊有許多種版本,常为人引用:峰峦如聚,波涛如怒,山河表里潼关路。望西都,意踌躇。伤心秦汉经行处,宫阙万间都做了土。兴,百姓苦!亡,百姓苦!
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  • Licheng District, Jinan
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  • 怀古
  • 山坡羊
  • 山坡羊:潼关怀古
  • 普天樂·楚離
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  • Yuan Dynasty
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  • huáigǔ
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  • Qìng dōng yuán
  • Shān pō yáng: Tóng guān huái gǔ
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  • Tóngguān Huáigǔ
  • Zhāng Yǎnghào
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  • 庆东原
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  • 張養浩
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