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The result was delete. -- Cirt (talk) 00:11, 27 October 2010 (UTC)===失楽園===A disambig page with a Japanese title. No need for this in EN wiki - if anyone knows a rule I could use to speedy pages like this, I have a couple more. JaGatalk 22:17, 17 October 2010 (UTC) read more

Etonkids International Educational Group

Etonkids International Educational Group (simplified Chinese: 伊顿国际教育集团; traditional Chinese: 伊頓國際教育集團) is an early education services provider in the People’s Republic of China. The group operates three kindergarten brands: Etonkids International Kindergarten (simplified Chinese: 伊顿国际幼儿园; Traditional Chinese: 伊頓國際幼兒園); Etonkids Bilingual Kindergarten (Simplified Chinese: 伊顿双语幼儿园; Traditional Chinese: 伊頓雙語幼兒園);... read more

K One

K One belongs to the management company, Wingman, managed by former 5566 member, Rio Peng. Other artists that belong to this company include 劉耕宏Will Liu, Evonne Hsu許慧欣 (eVonne), Ivy (許嘉凌, eVonne's sister), Alicia(潘瑋儀), Vivi (夏如芝), Niki, 無限(Freddy and Teddy), Wing, Style (浩偉and宏霖), and育緯.K One disbanded in 2008http://showbiz.chinatimes.com/2009Cti/Channel/Showbiz/showbiz-news-cnt/0,5020,110511%20112010021300014,00.html but Wingman or K One itself haven't... read more

Jiayuguan

Jiayuguan (嘉峪关) may refer to two locations in Gansu, China: read more

Sonohara

Sonohara (written: 園原 or 薗原) may refer to: read more

Koshien

Kōshien (甲子園) is a neighborhood of Nishinomiya, Hyōgo, Japan. read more

Rakuen

Rakuen (Japanese "paradise" 楽園 らくえん) may refer to: read more

Saionji

Saionji (西園寺) is a Japanese family name of former kuge descent. read more

Gion Station

Gion Station (祇園駅) is the name of two train stations in Japan: read more

Wu Weizhong

Wu Weizhong () was a military commander for the Ming Dynasty. He is from the county of Yiwu in Zhejiang province (浙江省 義烏縣), his chosen name is Ruchen and his nickname is Yunfeng (字汝誠,號雲峰) 嘉慶 義烏縣誌 人物誌 吳惟忠傳 (The local records of Yiwu county in the times of Jiajing); 吳惟忠 字汝誠,號雲峰,義烏吳坎頭人 he was one of the Ming generals that fought in the Imjin War.==Early career==Wu was first noted in the campaign of general Qi Jiguang... read more

Kohei Higa

Kohei Higa (比嘉 厚平, born 30 April 1990) is a Japanese football player. read more

Nakama (surname)

Nakama (written: 仲間 or 名嘉真) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Higa

Higa or Fija (written: 比嘉) is an Okinawan surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Undō-Kōen Station

Undō-Kōen Station (運動公園駅) is the name of two train stations in Japan: read more

Huzhou ink brush

The term ''Hubi'' is dedicated to the Huzhou ink brush (Traditional Chinese: 湖筆; Simplified Chinese: 湖笔; Pinyin: Húbǐ; "Hú" stands for ''Huzhou'', "''Bǐ''" meaning "ink brush").==The ink brush==The ink brushes are produced in Huzhou (湖州) of Zhejiang Province, China. Historically, the workshops of ink brushes were congregated in ''Wuxin'' (Traditional Chinese: 吳興; Simplified Chinese: 吴兴; Pinyin: Wú Xìng), currently Wuxing District of Huzhou. So it's also named ''Wuxing Hubi''... read more

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