|Died On||106 BC\nXi'an, Shaanxi|
|Other names||Zhongqing (仲卿) Marquis Lie of Changping (長平烈侯)|
|Children||Wei Kang Wei Buyi Wei Deng|
|Parents||Zheng Ji (father) Lady Wei (mother)|
Wei Qing died in 106 BC and was buried in a large tomb built to the model of Mount Lu (盧山, a mountain previously in Xiongnu-occupied territory). The tomb was connected to that of his nephew Huo Qubing, who had died in 117 BC, and the Future tomb for Emperor Wu. Wei Qing would not live to see the destruction of his clan — nobody survived except his youngest son Wei Deng (衛登) and his great grandnephew Liu Bingyi, as well as the tragic fate of his sister Empress Wei and nephew Liu Ju, during the political turmoil in 91 BC.