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Yueya Lake (Nanjing)

Yueya Lake (Chinese: 月牙湖; Pinyin: Yuèyá Hú; literally meaning ''Crescent Moon Lake'') at xjdht.com is a lake near Nanjing. read more

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== Summary ==Cover of the December 1993 issue of ''Monthly Asuka Fantasy DX''. read more

Sai Gwa-Pau

Lim Gan (林根), better known in Hong Kong by his stagename Sai Gwa-Pau (西瓜刨) (7 October 1918 – 12 March 2001) was a Hong Kong film actor who played roles in over 600 movies from the 1950s onwards. His stagename "Watermelon Slice" referred to his prominent protruding upper teeth. Sai Gwa-pau was well known for his comic roles and in particular his role (牙擦苏) in the film series based on the exploits of Wong Fei-hung. 西瓜刨逝世 粤语片年代在《黄飞鸿》电影系列中﹐饰演牙擦苏一角的西瓜刨(原名林根)於本月十二日病逝﹐享年八十三岁... read more

Love · Diva

''Love · Diva'' () is the fourth studio album by F.I.R., released on September 28, 2007. The album features 11 new tracks, with the song 荼靡時代 (Tumi Age) being offered as a bonus track. 月牙灣 (Crescent Moon Bay) was the first single off the album and was first aired on Hitoradio. The release of the album also marked the beginning of the trio's first world tour in four years, entitled "The Tenth Planet World Tour" (第十行星巡迴演唱會), which started on October 20, 2007 in Taipei... read more

Monk's spade

A monk's spade (Traditional Chinese: 月牙鏟; Simplified Chinese: 月牙铲; pinyin: yuèyáchǎn; literally "Moon Tooth Spade"; also, Traditional Chinese: 禪仗; Simplified Chinese: 禅仗; pinyin: chánzhàng; literally, "Zen Staff". Romanized Japanese: getsugasan, Hiragana: げつがさん), also called a Shaolin Spade, is a Chinese pole weapon consisting of a long pole with a flat spade-like blade on one end and a smaller crescent shaped blade on the other. Neither blade was designed to be... read more

Kim Kyung-cheon

Kim Kyung-cheon (; June 5, 1888 – January 2, 1942) was a Korean independence activist and military leader. Several sources believe North Korean leader Kim Il-sung stole his identity after his death. In 1888, he was born in a rich, Yangban-traditioned family in South Hamgyong Province, Pukchong County, as the fifth son of his father Kim Ding-Hyung. His original name was Kim Eung-cheon (Korean:김응천, Chinese:金應天). In 1909 he married You Jeong. He later entered the Imperial Japanese Army... read more

Kingetsu

Kingetsu (written: 金月) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Fumizuki

Fumizuki (written: 文月 lit. "July") may refer to: read more

Wakatsuki (surname)

Wakatsuki (若槻 or 若月) is a Japanese surname. read more

Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Featured log/December 2006

zh-yue:Wikipedia:正文候選/記錄/2006年12月 read more

Tsukinami

Tsukinami (月並み monthly, therefore "mediocre") may refer to: read more

Yoru no kiba

''Yoru no kiba'' (夜の牙) is a 1958 color Japanese film directed by Umetsugu Inoue.== External links ==Category:Films directed by Umetsugu Inoue read more

Yousuke Itou

===Singles===2. 小さな宵月 (''Chiisa na Yoi Tsuki''; The Small Evening Moon)4. 小さな宵月 (''Chiisa na Yoi Tsuki''; The Small Evening Moon) (Original Karaoke) read more

Tsukioka Station

Tsukioka Station is the name of multiple train stations in Japan:# Tsukioka Station (Niigata) (月岡駅) in Niigata Prefecture# Tsukioka Station (Toyama) (月岡駅) in Toyama Prefecture read more

Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Featured log/September 2007

==September 2007==zh-yue:Wikipedia:正文候選/記錄/2007年9月 read more

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