|Born||6 August 1981|
Wang Fei (Chinese :王菲; pinyin :Wáng Fēi; born 6 August 1981 in Henan) is a female Chinese beach volleyball player, who won the bronze medal in the women's beach team competition at the 2005 Beach Volleyball World Championships in Berlin, Germany, partnering Tian Jia. She first represented her country at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil.
Wang Fei may refer to:
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