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  • Yu, who twice denied making the comment, filed a libel suit Monday against the two China Times reporters whose bylines appeared on the story and the paper's editor in chief Wang Chien-chuang.

    Media Fun for the Day

  • Yu, who twice denied making the comment, filed a libel suit Monday against the two China Times reporters whose bylines appeared on the story and the paper's editor in chief Wang Chien-chuang.

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  • -- On _i-chuang_ I relied upon the work by T. Makino and D. T.itchett.

    A History of China

  • The manor (_chuang_: Japanese _shô_) in later periods has been studied by Y. Sudô.

    A History of China

  • A new development in this period were the "clan estates" (_i-chuang_), created by Fan Chung-yen

    A History of China

  • The estates (_chuang_) were controlled by appointed managers who often became hereditary managers.

    A History of China

  • This young lady was the daughter of the president of the Board of Rites, head examiner for literary degrees for all China, and was himself a chuang yuan, or graduate of the highest standing.

    Court Life In China

  • Once in three years these han lins are examined and one is allowed to obtain a degree -- he is a chuang yüan.

    Court Life In China

  • At the dead of night he took the boat to a retired spot, killed Ch'ên and his servant, threw their bodies into the river, seized his official documents of title and the woman he coveted, passed himself off as the real _chuang yüan_, and took possession of the magistracy of Chiang

    Myths and Legends of China

  • ` ` You know, of course, '' they said, ` ` that our father is a chuang yüan. ''

    Court Life In China

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