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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) holds a joint press conference with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing on May 16, 2015. China and the United States clashed over a territorial dispute in the South China Sea on Saturday, as Wang asserted China's sovereignty to reclaim reefs saying its determination is "as hard as a rock." Kerry expressed strong concern at the pace and scope of China's reclamation projects. Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI
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Wang Yi (Wang I, traditional: 王繹, simplified: 王绎); ca. (1330-unknown) was a Chinese painter of human figures during the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368). His specific date of death is unknown.

Wang was born in the Zhejiang province . His style name was 'Sishan' and his sobriquet was 'Chi Juesheng'. Wang's developed his own distinct style of painting human figures that demonstrated good shape and spirit. He edited the "The Secrets of Painting human figures" to describe his experiences of human figure painting.

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