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- n. part of the Pacific off the east coast of Asia
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"Chinese people feel very proud" of the space program, says Huang Hai, a professor at the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
A perfect storm is brewing in and around the Yellow Sea (Huang Hai in Chinese), an arm of the Pacific Ocean between mainland China and the Korean Peninsula.
“In our establishment,” he readily suggested, “we have a lot of timber of some kind or other called Ch’iang wood, which comes from the T’ieh Wang Mount, in Huang Hai; and which made into coffins will not rot, not for ten thousand years.
P'an came to pay his visit of condolence, and perceiving that Chia Chen was in quest of a good coffin: "In our establishment," he readily suggested, "we have a lot of timber of some kind or other called Ch'iang wood, which comes from the T'ieh Wang Mount, in Huang Hai; and which made into coffins will not rot, not for ten thousand years.
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