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Wo Bau-Sae

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Wo Bau-Sae

Wo Bau-Sae (Chinese: 华抱山; pinyin: Huà Bàoshān) is an epic poem of Wu Chinese long narrative verses found around the Tai Lake region in Southeastern China. The backdrop of the story is set in the Ming Dynasty, when the hero Wo Bau-Sae (Mandarin: Hua Baoshan) participated in a rebellion against Ming rule.[1][2]


  1. ^ Guo, Wei (2008). 英雄史诗《华抱山》礼赞 [The Heroic Epic Wo Bau-Sae]. Journal of Southern Yangtze University (in Chinese).  
  2. ^ Jin, Shan. 朱海容和他的《华抱山》 (in Chinese). Wuxi Daily. Retrieved 14 March 2014. 
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