Chi-lin


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Chi-lin:

see JilinJilin
or Kirin
, city (1994 est. pop. 1,117,800), central Jilin prov., China, on the Songhua River. It is a shipping port, a railroad junction, and a commercial and industrial center, with large chemical plants and paper mills.
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, city, China.
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Tze-Kiong Er [1] [dagger] Yuh-Jyh Jong [1] Eing-Mei Tsai [2] [dagger] Chi-Lin Huang [1] Hui-Wen Chou [1] Bing-Hong Zheng [1] Li-Yu Tsai [1,3]*
Tomasson's episodic Chi-Lin (The Unicorn), set to a collaged score--most notable for the pas de deux's beautiful violin solo--by Chinese American composer Bright Sheng, was modestly choreographed, gorgeously danced, and lavishly produced.
This program also features two exciting world premieres: Chi-Lin by Helgi Tomasson and Later by Mark Morris created for retiring principal dancer Joanna Berman.
Sheng, who subsequently "fell in love with the company and its orchestra," collaborated with the choreographer on creating the short piece Chi-Lin, and came and conducted for its premiere.
DPP heavyweight Chiou I-jen, the incumbent deputy secretary-general of the National Security Council, will become cabinet secretary-general, replacing Wea Chi-lin.
Chiou will become cabinet secretary general, replacing Wea Chi-lin of the major opposition Nationalist Party (KMT), who will leave the government.
Wea Chi-lin, 52, (KMT) Government Information Office.