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Chang·chun

 (chäng′cho͝on′) Formerly Hsin·king (shĭn′kĭng′, -gĭng′)
A city of northeast China south-southwest of Harbin. It was the capital of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo from 1932 until 1945. Changchun is the capital of Jilin province.
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Changchun

(ˈtʃæŋˈtʃʊn) or

Ch'ang Ch'un

n
(Placename) a city in NE China, capital of Jilin province: as Hsinking, capital of the Japanese state of Manchukuo (1932–45). Pop: 3 092 000 (2005 est)
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Chang•chun

(ˈtʃɑŋˈtʃʊn)

n.
the capital of Jilin province, in NE China. 2,110,000.
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No Holy See-sanctioned church institutions or priests operate in North Korea, and the country's one Catholic church, the Changchung Cathedral in Pyongyang, is not supported by the Vatican.
According to a South Korean press report, in 2002 the chairman of the Association of North Korean Catholics stated that the Catholic community in the country had no priests but held weekly prayer services at the Changchung Catholic Church in Pyongyang.
There is only one Catholic church in the capital city, called the "Changchung Church" after the neighborhood in which it's located, where a Liturgy of the Word is offered on Sunday.
The facility is in the compound of Changchung Church, the only Catholic church in North Korea, and is operated jointly by Park's organization and the government sanctioned (North) Korean Roman Catholic Association.