Chu Guangxi, painted by Kanō Tsunenobu in the 18th century.
|Died||760 (aged 53–54)|
760 (aged 52–53)
In the last year of the Tianbao era he was appointed investigating censor (simplified Chinese: 监察御史; traditional Chinese: 監察御史). He was implicated in the An Lushan Rebellion and exiled to Lingnan.
He died in around 760.[b]
His surviving poems, such as "Mutong Ci" (牧童詞 mù tóng cí) and "Diaoyu Wan" (釣魚灣 diào yú wān), are simple, elegant and pastoral.
- Britannica Kokusai Dai-Hyakkajiten gives 707, while Daijirin gives "706?".
- Britannica Kokusai Dai-Hyakkajiten gives "759?", while Daijirin gives "763?".
- "Chu Guang-xi (Cho Kōgi in Japanese)". Britannica Kokusai Dai-Hyakkajiten (in Japanese). Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. 2014. Retrieved 2017-04-03.
- "Chu Guang-xi (Cho Kōgi in Japanese)". Daijirin (in Japanese). Sanseidō. 2006. Retrieved 2017-04-03.
- Books of the Quan Tangshi that include collected poems of Chu Guangxi at the Chinese Text Project:
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