Chi-nan


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Chi-nan:

see JinanJinan
or Tsinan
, city (1994 est. pop. 1,659,900), capital of Shandong prov., E China. It lies 3 mi (4.8 km) S of the Huang He (Yellow River) and is a railroad junction on the network linking Shanghai and Nanjing with Tianjin; it has connections to Qingdao and Yantai.
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, China.
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For further discussion of Su Shih's philosophical approach, see Liu Nai-ch'ang's "Lun Fo Lao ssu-hsiang tui Su Shih wen-hsueh te ying-hsiang," in his Su Shih wen-hsueh lun-chi (Chi-nan: Chi-nan, Ch'i-Lu 1982), 188-201.
Lee Yi-yang Director General of Department of Health Lee Ming-liang Director General of Coast Guard Administration Wang Chun National Palace Museum Director Tu Cheng-sheng Minister without portfolio Chiou I-jen Minister without portfolio Huang Hwei-chen Minister without portfolio Lin Sheng-feng Minister without portfolio Chen Chi-nan Minister without portfolio Hu Sheng-cheng Minister without portfolio Tsay Ching-yen (f) = female
At the close of "Chi-nan hsing-chi", for instance, Yuan Hao-wen states that he wrote fifteen poems during his trip to Chi-nan and that he has appended them to the essay, along with a few friends' poems, written in response to his own.