Li Bai(701—762),whose courtesy name was Tai Bai (Grand Whiteness, 太白) & literal name was Qinglian Jushi (Lay Buddhist of Green Lotus, 青莲居士), was a world-famous representative of Chinese ancient literature, especially in the realm of classical poem, which in China is extensively called Tang Shi, or Poem of Tang Dynasty, & he was highly crowned to be The Immortality of Poem &  Poetic Swordsman.

Li Bai(701—762),whose courtesy name was Tai Bai (Grand Whiteness, 太白) & literal name was Qinglian Jushi (Lay Buddhist of Green Lotus, 青莲居士), was a world-famous representative of Chinese ancient literature, especially in the realm of classical poem, which in China is extensively called Tang Shi, or Poem of Tang Dynasty, & he was highly crowned to be The Immortality of Poem & Poetic Swordsman.

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Li Bai (701-762), also known as Li Po, Li Tai-po . . . is considered one of the greatest poets of  the Tang Dynasty of China.  Video

Li Bai (701-762), also known as Li Po, Li Tai-po . . . is considered one of the greatest poets of the Tang Dynasty of China. Video

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Tang Emperor Minghuang watches Li Bai compose his poems in this 17th Century woodcut (Copyright British Museum)

Tang Emperor Minghuang watches Li Bai compose his poems in this 17th Century woodcut (Copyright British Museum)

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Li Bai (705 – 762), also known as Li Po, was a Chinese poet acclaimed from his own day to the present as a genius and romantic figure who took traditional poetic forms to new heights. He and his friend Du Fu (712–770) were the two most prominent figures in the flourishing of Chinese poetry in the mid-Tang Dynasty that is often called the "Golden Age of China".

Li Bai (705 – 762), also known as Li Po, was a Chinese poet acclaimed from his own day to the present as a genius and romantic figure who took traditional poetic forms to new heights. He and his friend Du Fu (712–770) were the two most prominent figures in the flourishing of Chinese poetry in the mid-Tang Dynasty that is often called the "Golden Age of China".

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Li Bai (李白701 – 762) was a major Chinese poet of the Tang dynasty poetry period. Regarded as one of the greatest poets of the Tang Dynasty, often called China's "golden age" of poetry, Li Bai was both a prolific and a profound poet, as well as one who stretched the rules of versification of his time. Li Bai's poetry has been much esteemed from his lifetime through the present day. His influence also extends to the West through many translations, adaptations, and much inspiration.

Li Bai (李白701 – 762) was a major Chinese poet of the Tang dynasty poetry period. Regarded as one of the greatest poets of the Tang Dynasty, often called China's "golden age" of poetry, Li Bai was both a prolific and a profound poet, as well as one who stretched the rules of versification of his time. Li Bai's poetry has been much esteemed from his lifetime through the present day. His influence also extends to the West through many translations, adaptations, and much inspiration.

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"El Poeta Li Bai de Liang Kai". Li Po -conocido también como Li Tai Po y Li Bai-, está considerado como uno de los más grandes poetas chinos. Nació en el año 701 y murió en el 762. Ocupó altos puestos en la Corte y llegó a ser favorito del Emperador. Cayó en desgracia y fue alejado, dedicándose a partir de entonces ha hacer vida de vagabundo. Gran bebedor, quiso el destino, según la leyenda, que una noche de embriaguez cayese al río y muriese ahogado...en agua.

"El Poeta Li Bai de Liang Kai". Li Po -conocido también como Li Tai Po y Li Bai-, está considerado como uno de los más grandes poetas chinos. Nació en el año 701 y murió en el 762. Ocupó altos puestos en la Corte y llegó a ser favorito del Emperador. Cayó en desgracia y fue alejado, dedicándose a partir de entonces ha hacer vida de vagabundo. Gran bebedor, quiso el destino, según la leyenda, que una noche de embriaguez cayese al río y muriese ahogado...en agua.

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Brush Holder with Poet Li Bai, Two Brushes, and Ornament (Ruyi), 18th century. Qing dynasty (1644–1911). China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Heber R. Bishop, 1902 (02.18.623a–d) #AsianArt100

Brush Holder with Poet Li Bai, Two Brushes, and Ornament (Ruyi), 18th century. Qing dynasty (1644–1911). China. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Heber R. Bishop, 1902 (02.18.623a–d) #AsianArt100

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Tang poems, poet Li Bai, Li Po 李白 故人西辞黄鹤楼 烟花三月下扬州 孤帆远影碧空尽 唯见长江天际流

Tang poems, poet Li Bai, Li Po 李白 故人西辞黄鹤楼 烟花三月下扬州 孤帆远影碧空尽 唯见长江天际流

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