Jiang Shi (1818-1866) was a Chinese official and poet of the late Qing period, primarily famous for his use of simpler language within the general context of poetry (Neo-Confucianism).He was also an expert in calligraphy, line drawing and Chinese brush painting.

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  • Jiang Shi (1818-1866) was a Chinese official and poet of the late Qing period, primarily famous for his use of simpler language within the general context of poetry (Neo-Confucianism).He was also an expert in calligraphy, line drawing and Chinese brush painting. (en)
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  • Jiang Shi (1818-1866) was a Chinese official and poet of the late Qing period, primarily famous for his use of simpler language within the general context of poetry (Neo-Confucianism).He was also an expert in calligraphy, line drawing and Chinese brush painting. (en)
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