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1) Chang. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Mandarin Chang Jiang, longest river of China and of Asia, c.3,450 mi (5,550 km) long, rising in the Tibetan highlands, SW Qinghai prov., W China, and flowing generally...

2) Chang Hsueh-liang. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chinese warlord, son of Chang Tso-lin. On the death (1928) of his father, he succeeded as military governor of Manchuria. He was then known as Chang Hsiao-liang but...

3) Chang Tso-lin. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chang was of humble birth. As the leader of a unit of Manchurian militia he assisted (1904-5) the Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War. He held various military posts...

4) Chang Chih-tung. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chinese Ch'ing dynasty statesman and educational reformer. He occupied the high post of governor-general for over two decades, first of Guangdong and Guangxi provs....

5) Chang-chia-k'ou. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chang-chia-k ou, see Zhangjiakou, China....

6) Chang'an. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chang an, Xi'an....

7) Chang Jiang. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...The longest river of China and of Asia, flowing about 5,551 km (3,450 mi) from Xizang (Tibet) to the East China Sea. The river has been an important trade and transportation...

8) Li Hung-chang. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Chinese statesman and general. His first success was as a commander of forces fighting the Taiping Rebellion. As viceroy of the capital province of Zhili (1870-95),...

9) XIX. 1909-14. The Sayings of Confucius. The Harvard Classics
...The disciples of Tzu-hsia asked Tzu-chang about friendship. Tzu-chang said: What does Tzu-hsia say? They answered: Tzu-hsia says: Cling to worthy friends; push the...

10) 195. The Chinese Nightingale by Vachel Lindsay. Monroe, Harriet, ed. 1917. The New Poetry: An Anthology
...Why do you iron the night away? Your big clock speaks with a deadly sound, 5 With a tick and a wail till dawn comes round. While the monster shadows glower and creep,...

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