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Synonyms for China

Synonyms for China

a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia

high quality porcelain originally made only in China

a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong

dishware made of high quality porcelain

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116) Chung-Kuo Shih-Pao [China Times] (Taiwan), July 18, 2001; Defense and Aerospace (U.
152) Chung-Kuo Shih-Pao [China Times], Taipei, November 22, 2002; Taipei Times, November 23, 2002.
Yen-li" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) concerning the type of music to use for entertaining great guests, Cheng comments: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; this is gleaned from the important study by Chang Shih-pin [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Chung-kuo yin-yueh shih-lun shu-kao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Hong Kong: Union Press Ltd.
Ch'ing shang" as a cataloging term and a template for musical pieces is touched on by Chang, Chung-kuo yin-yueh shih, 70-71.
Hsing Wen [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], "Lun Kuo-tien Lao-tzu yu chin-pen Lao-tzu pu shu i-his--Ch'u-chien 'T'ai-i sheng shui' chi ch'i i-i" [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Kuo-tien Ch'u-chien yen-chiu [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Chung-kuo che-hsueh [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 20 (1999): 165-86; and Kuo I [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], "Ts'ung Kuo-tien Ch'u-c hien Lao-tzu k'an Lao-tzu ch'i-jen ch'i-shu" [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Che-hsueh yen chiu [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1998.
Liu Shih-sheng, Chung-kuo ku-tai fu-nu shih, 50, quotes an unverified source which says the duke collected money from the pleasure quarters in the capital to support his army.
Hsu Chao-k'uei (Peking: Chung-kuo lu-yu ch'u-pan-she, 1985), 204, n.
40), which cites the decidedly unplayful context of Mu Hua's "Hai fu", but the gloss provided by Ni Ch'i-hsin in Chung-kuo ku-tai yu-chi hsuan (1:23 n.
Chung-kuo mei-shu chia jen-ming tz'u-tien (Shanghai.
The later editions of the diary cited in the Chung-kuo ts'ung-shu tsung-lu [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] include the postscript; only the Yu ch'eng-nan chu [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] (Shuo fu ed.
1 (Peking: Jen-min wei-sheng ch'u-pan-she, 1990), 1; Chen (=Ch'en) Yung, Chung-kuo shu fen-lei hsueh, Chung-hua nung-hsueh-hui ts'ung-shu (Nanking: Chung-hua nung-hsueh hui, 1937), 880; Chia Tsu-chang and Chia Tsu-shan, Chung-kuo chih-wu t'u-tien, 3rd ed.