Yu Shan


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Yu Shan

or

Mount Morrison,

13,113 ft (3,997 m) high, S Taiwan; highest peak on the island. It was first ascended in 1896 by a Japanese expedition.

Yü Shan

 

the highest peak on the island of Taiwan, in China. Yü Shan, which has an elevation of 3,997 m (according to some sources, 3,950 m), is composed of schists and quartzites and has a sharp alpine crest. Dense broad-leaved and coniferous forests are found on the slopes.

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Garvin, who at the time was teaching at Yu Shan Theological Seminary in Taiwan.
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So, too, is the Chungyang Shanmo range of mountains down the spine of the island with Yu Shan (Jade Mountain) every bit as majestic as Mount Fuji in Japan and slightly higher at 12,966ft.
One such must- visit restaurant is Yu Shan Ge, which is famous for its vegetarian Kaiseki cuisine.
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