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  • The Kuang-ya (by Chang Yi, fl. 227-233) says, "When it has scales it is called a chiao dragon."

    The History of the Former Han Dynasty

  • They are known by the general appellation of Siao-chiao, that is, adherents of the "small religion," as opposed to the Chinese, who, with their complex cult of ancestor worship, idolatry and incense burning, are of the

    With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior

  • A similar sort of system of classifying doctrines, called p™an-chiao or chiao-pan (Jpn: kyôsô hanjaku or kyô-han) already existed in China, e.g. within the T™ien-t™ai and the Hua-yen traditions.

    Laughter

  • On Dec. 31, he [Wang You-theng] called [his sons, Wang] Lin-i (王令一) and [Wang] Lin-chiao (王令僑) from Hong Kong and told them to come meet him there.

    Rebar: the Once and Future Scandal

  • Wang You-theng's sons Lin-i and Lin-chiao are vice chairman of Chia Hsin and vice president of The Chinese Bank, respectively.

    Rebar: the Once and Future Scandal

  • Kuomintang Legislator Lee Chuan-chiao (李全教) at a press conference Saturday accused Chen of accepting a contribution of NT$1 million from Liang Po-hsun (梁柏薰), and said Wu received NT$8.8 million in cash coupons from Sogo Department store as a commission on a transfer of operations deal.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Kuomintang Legislator Lee Chuan-chiao (李全教) at a press conference Saturday accused Chen of accepting a contribution of NT$1 million from Liang Po-hsun (梁柏薰), and said Wu received NT$8.8 million in cash coupons from Sogo Department store as a commission on a transfer of operations deal.

    The View from Taiwan

  • Mark Cohen, a longtime scholar, democracy activist and indepedence supporter, reports in Taiwan at the Crossroads that in 1977, after he was released from prison in a general amnesty following Chiang Kai-shek's death, Shih ran the election campaign for Su Hong Yuah-chiao, the wife of a democracy activist who himself had been barred from running for office.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Mark Cohen, a longtime scholar, democracy activist and indepedence supporter, reports in Taiwan at the Crossroads that in 1977, after he was released from prison in a general amnesty following Chiang Kai-shek's death, Shih ran the election campaign for Su Hong Yuah-chiao, the wife of a democracy activist who himself had been barred from running for office.

    Shih Things

  • Hui-neng, on the other hand, became the founder of a Southern School of “abrupt teaching” tun-chiao, based on the realization that the Buddha-knowledge is achieved intuitively, by sudden insight.

    Oh, the Irony! - The Panda's Thumb

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