Jiazhou


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Jiazhou

, Kiaochow
a territory of NE China, in SE Shandong province, surrounding Jiazhou Bay (an inlet of the Yellow Sea): leased to Germany from 1898 to 1914. Area: about 520 sq. km (200 sq. miles)
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The Lizhilou tie of the historian and poet Lu You (1125-1210) was a publication of the Lu family's collection of letters, engraved around 1173, when Lu You was governor of Jiazhou (modern Leshan, Sichuan).
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