|Born||September 6, 1940|
Hualien County, Taiwan
|Died||March 13, 2020 (aged 79)|
|Occupation||Poet, essayist, critic, professor in classical Chinese literature|
|Language||Chinese and English|
|Education||Ph.D of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley|
|Genre||Poetry and prose|
|Notable awards||National Culture and Arts Award (國家文藝獎)|
Best Chinese Writing in the World (世界華文文學獎)
Newman Prize for Chinese Literature (紐曼華語文學獎）
Cikada Prize (瑞典蟬獎）
Yang Mu (Chinese: 楊牧; pinyin: Yáng Mù, September 6, 1940 – March 13, 2020) was a Taiwanese poet, essayist and critic. He was born in Hualien County, Taiwan. His work was known for its combining of the graceful style and writing techniques of Chinese classical poetry with elements of Western culture.
He was named the laureate of the 2013 Newman Prize for Chinese Literature, making him the first poet and the first Taiwanese writer to have won the award.
Yang was hospitalized at Cathay General Hospital in Taipei in March 2020, where he fell into a coma. He died on March 13, 2020, aged 79.
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- ↑ "Yang Mu". Renditions.org. Archived from the original on 2013-10-24. Retrieved 2013-10-22.
- ↑ "Yang Mu" (in Chinese). Taiwan Literature Library, National Dong Hwa University. Archived from the original on 2013-10-23. Retrieved 2013-10-22.
- ↑ 陳宛茜 (2020-03-13). "震驚文壇！詩人楊牧辭世 享壽80歲" (in Chinese (Taiwan)). UDN.
- ↑ Chen, Cheng-wen; Chao, Ching-yu; Hsu, Elizabeth (March 13, 2020). "Noted Taiwanese poet Yang Mu dies at 79". Central News Agency. Retrieved March 13, 2020.