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Jiāng Kuí (Chinese: 姜夔) (c. 1155 – c. 1221) was a famous Chinese poet, composer and calligrapher of the Song Dynasty, particularly famed for his ci (song lyric poetry). He composed numerous poems, including the famous "He Bei Lai" and the more well known "San Wan Yue."
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