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Qiji (simplified Chinese: 齐己; traditional Chinese: 齊己; pinyin: Qíjǐ; 863 - 937), also known by his art name Hengyue Shamen (衡岳沙门; 'Buddhist monk in Mount Hengshan'), was a Tang dynasty Chinese poet and Buddhist monk. Qiji wrote more than 852 poems, after Li Bai (701-762), Du Fu (712-770), Bai Juyi (772-846), Yuan Zhen (779-831), he ranks at the fifth position in terms of numbers of poems within the Tang poets. He was one of the big three of Tang dynasty poetmonks (诗僧), along with Guanxiu (832-912) and Jiaoran (730-799).

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  • Qiji (simplified Chinese: 齐己; traditional Chinese: 齊己; pinyin: Qíjǐ; 863 - 937), also known by his art name Hengyue Shamen (衡岳沙门; 'Buddhist monk in Mount Hengshan'), was a Tang dynasty Chinese poet and Buddhist monk. Qiji wrote more than 852 poems, after Li Bai (701-762), Du Fu (712-770), Bai Juyi (772-846), Yuan Zhen (779-831), he ranks at the fifth position in terms of numbers of poems within the Tang poets. He was one of the big three of Tang dynasty poetmonks (诗僧), along with Guanxiu (832-912) and Jiaoran (730-799). (en)
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  • Hu Desheng () (en)
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  • Hu Desheng (en)
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  • Jiangling County, Jingzhou, Hubei, China (en)
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  • 齊己 (en)
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  • Hengyue Shamen (en)
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  • 诗僧 (en)
  • 我辈所作,皆拘于一途,非所谓通方之士。若齐己,才高思远,无所不通,殆难及矣。 (en)
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  • 齐己 (en)
  • 龙兴寺 (en)
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  • 齊己 (en)
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  • Longxing Temple (en)
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  • Qiji (simplified Chinese: 齐己; traditional Chinese: 齊己; pinyin: Qíjǐ; 863 - 937), also known by his art name Hengyue Shamen (衡岳沙门; 'Buddhist monk in Mount Hengshan'), was a Tang dynasty Chinese poet and Buddhist monk. Qiji wrote more than 852 poems, after Li Bai (701-762), Du Fu (712-770), Bai Juyi (772-846), Yuan Zhen (779-831), he ranks at the fifth position in terms of numbers of poems within the Tang poets. He was one of the big three of Tang dynasty poetmonks (诗僧), along with Guanxiu (832-912) and Jiaoran (730-799). (en)
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