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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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He is known for consulting Christian missionaries, Buddhist monks, Muslim merchants, and even for seeking out a Chinese Taoist monk named Qiu Chuji to learn his teachings.
She was investigating the possibility that a stone statue there portraying Qiu Chuji (1148-1227), a prominent Daoist priest of the Quanzhen order, could provide evidence for reconsidering the identity of a priest figure in one of the ROM's two Daoist murals--Homage to the Highest Power.