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  • At any rate the most eminent of his successors, Shih Chi-lung [617], was an ardent devotee and gave general permission to the population to enter monasteries, which had not been granted previously.

    Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3

  • Hsieh Chi-lung (謝麒龍), information division chief at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Tel Aviv, said that although Israel has a relatively small population of about 7 million, its citizens make nearly 4 million trips abroad each year.

    Taipei Times

  • A love story between Chi-lung and Siu-man, told in fairy-tale fashion with a touch of action and humour.

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  • A love story between Chi-lung and Siu-man, told in fairy-tale fashion with a touch of action and humour.

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  • A love story between Chi-lung and Siu-man, told in fairy-tale fashion with a touch of action and humour.

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  • : municipalities: Chia-i, Chi-lung, Hsin-chu, T'ai-chung, T'ai-nan note: Taiwan generally uses Wade-Giles system for romanization; special municipality of Taipei adopted standard pinyin romanization for street and place names within city boundaries, other local authorities have selected a variety of romanization systems

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

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