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Place of Birth Beijing, China
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Wang Baoxiang (1909–1977), style name Xiaoyu, better known by his pen name Wang Dulu, was a Chinese writer of wuxia novels. Wang is best known for his work, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, that was adapted into a successful feature film of the same title by Taiwanese film director Ang Lee in 2000.
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