Wang Baoxiang (Chinese: 王葆祥; 1909–1977), style name Xiaoyu (Chinese: 霄羽), better known by his pen name Wang Dulu (simplified Chinese:王度庐; traditional Chinese: 王度廬), 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 film director Ang Lee.

Wang is best known for his wuxia-romance novels, which usually have tragic endings, as well as his social-romance novels. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of the modern genre of wuxia, along with other established wuxia writers such as Jin Yong and Liang Yusheng. Within the genre, Wang had secured his place as one of the "Ten Great Writers" and one of the "Four Great Writers of the Northern School", along with Li Shoumin, Gong Baiyu and Zheng Zhengyin.


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Crane Frightens Kunlun

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Precious Sword, Golden Hairpi

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Sword Force, Pearl Shine

劍氣珠光
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Iron Knight, Silver Vase


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