Wutai Shan

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Wu·tai Shan

 (wo͞o′tī′ shän′)
A range of mountains in northeast China between Taiyuan and Beijing, rising to 3,058 m (10,033 ft).
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Sailing first to China, Hyecho continued to what is today Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iran, before taking the Silk Road and heading back east, where he ended his days on the sacred mountain of Wutaishan in China.
A strong increasing trend was observed at the Wutaishan station and a weak negative trend was found at the Chengde station, both meteorological stations being situated in the south-central subregion (SR-III).
Nomads on Pilgrimage: Mongols on Wutaishan (China), 1800-1940
Vinaya-based institutes, such as Nanlin Nisengyuan (11) (Nantou, Taiwan), and Pushou Si (12) (Wutaishan, Mainland China).
(7) In a letter from General Nieh's headquarters, Wutaishan, Shansi, dated 19 July 1938, Bethune wrote to his New York friend, Elsie Sift, as follows: "As you probably know, we, that is the nurse and I, arrived in Sian and later in Yenan, safely.
The instrumental music of Wutaishan's Buddhist monasteries; social and ritual contexts.
at the construction site of the Wutaishan highway overpass in the city's Jiulongpo District, Xinhua quoted the municipal fire prevention bureau as saying in a press release.
"He is in Wutaishan [in Shanxi province] but he would not say his exact location.
Wutaishan) and heard from Manjusri Bodhisattva how significant the construction of the images had been: Hwangryong Temple is originally the place where Sakya Buddha and Kasyapa Buddha gave a lecture, and it still has the stones on which they sat.