Bai Juyi (白居易)Tang Dynasty
Bai Juyi (772-846), the word Lotte, No. Xiangshan Jushi, and the number of drunkards, the ancestral home of Taiyuan, moved to Xia when he was his great-grandfather, was born in Xinzheng, Henan. It was a great realist poet of the Tang Dynasty and one of the three great poets of the Tang Dynasty. Bai Juyi and Yuan Zhen jointly advocated the new Yuefu movement, known as “Yuan Bai” and Liu Yuxi and “Liu Bai”. Bai Juyi's poetry has a wide range of subjects, various forms, and a common language. He is known as the "poetry" and "poetry king". Guan Zhi Hanlin Bachelor, Zuo Zanshan doctor. In 846 AD, Bai Juyi died in Luoyang and was buried in Xiangshan. There are "Bai's Long Qing Collection" handed down, representing poetry such as "The Song of Everlasting Sorrow", "Selling Charcoal", "Minhang" and so on.