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Comprehensive information about Qiao Ji including biographical information, facts, literary works, and more. Qiao Ji (simplified Chinese : ; traditional Chinese : ; Wade–Giles : Ch'iao Chi, died 1345) also known as Qiao Jifu was a major Chinese dramatist and poet in [ clarification needed ] the Yuan Dynasty. He was originally from Taiyuan in Shanxi, but lived in the West Lake area in Zhejiang province. His courtesy name was Mengfu and his pen name was Shenghao Weng. Qiao was said to have maintained an aloof and intimidating demeanor, to the point people were in awe of him, according to the Record of Ghosts (. Of his many plays eleven are extant. This educational Qiao Ji resource has information about the author's life, works, quotations, articles and essays, and more.

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