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(Placename) another name for Chilung
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also Jilong

a seaport on the N coast of Taiwan. 370,049.
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The R/V Sally Ride is scheduled to return to Keelung Sept.
Its flagship vessel, the SuperStar Virgo, returns to its Manila homeport deployment in March to take the growing Filipino market on summertime visa-free itineraries to Naha and Ishigaki in Okinawa, Japan, and Keelung in Taiwan.
Containers are seen stacked up at Keelung port, northern Taiwan, October 30, 2015 - REUTERS/Pichi Chuang/File Photo CAIRO -- 3 February 2018: The import bill of the strategic supply commodities have shrunk by 3 percent in 2017, a report said.
It banked sharply on its side shortly after take-off from Taipei, clipped a highway bridge and then careened into the Keelung River.
Taipei, February4(BNA)At least 12 people were killed an 16 others escaped with multiple injuries when a TransAsia Airways flight carrying 58 passengers, including the crew, crashed into the Keelung river near Taipei.
Parts of the wrecked fuselage of the turboprop ATR 72 jutted out of the Keelung River just a couple dozen meters (yards) from the shore near the city's downtown Sungshan airport.
The authorities said the boat has been banned from sailing by a court in the port city of Keelung on Oct.
And the government of the northeastern port city Keelung has said its citizens are anticipating the arrival of their super-sized bath-time friend in December.
If cross-strait cruises are set up, ships will sail southward from Xiamen to Penghu, Tainan, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, Sanya (Hainan Island), and Halong Bay (Vietnam), with northward liners to begin from Penghu to Taichung, Keelung, Shanghai, Okinawa, and Fukuoka.
It docked in northern Taiwan's Keelung Port, carrying more than 1,600 visitors from Mainland China.