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|Born||October 15, 1943|
|Alma mater||National Taiwan Normal University|
Royal College of Arts
|Period||1981 – present|
|Notable works||Qilixiang (《七里香》)|
|Spouse||Liu Haibei (劉海北)|
|Children||son: Liu Ankai (劉安凱)|
daughter: Liu Fangci (劉芳慈)
|Relatives||father: Xi Zhenduo (席振鐸)|
mother: Le Zhufang (樂竹芳)
sister: Xi Mude (席慕德)
Xi Murong (Chinese: 席慕容; pinyin: Xí Mùróng; born 1943) is a writer and painter. She is most famous for her poetry, especially the collections Qi li xiang (Seven-li scent) and Wuyuan de qingchun (Unregrettable Youth).
On 15 October 1943, Xi was born in Sichuan, China.
In 1949, Xi moved to Hong Kong with her family.
In 1953, Xi moved to Taiwan.
In 1959, Xi entered the National Taiwan Normal University, and majored in Fine Art.
In 1963, Xi graduated from National Taiwan Normal University, and started to teach in Taipei Renai Middle School.
In 1964, Xi entered the Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts, in Belgium, and majored in Senior Oil-Painting.
In February 1966, Xi held her first art exhibition in Beijing.
In 1974, Xi held her first art exhibition in Taiwan.
In 1976, Xi participated in Union Noval Price and get reward.
Year 1979 Drawing Portray
Year 1981 Qi Li Xiang
Year 1982 Baby In Store
Year 1983 Regardless Youth
Year 1987 Nine Works of Time
Year 1988 In the far away Place
Year 1992 Song of River
Year 1997 Prairie of Time
Year 2011 Name as Poetry
- Ying, Li-hua (2010). Historical dictionary of modern Chinese literature. Lanham: Scarecrow Press. p. 213. ISBN 978-0-8108-5516-8.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 18, 2011. Retrieved September 28, 2011.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
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- Poetry works
- A Blossoming tree The English translation of one of her most famous poems.
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