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Tongli town in China

Tongli, alternately Tong-Li is a town in Wujiang district, on the outskirts of Suzhou, Jiangsu province. It is known for a system of canals, it has been given the nickname "Venice of the East". The place retains many of the features of an ancient Wu region town.

Tong Li Publishing Taiwanese publishing company

Tongli Publishing Co., most known as Tong Li Comics, is a publishing company which distributes a variety of domestic and imported comics in Taiwan.

Tom Lee Music musical instrument retailer in Hong Kong

Tom Lee Music Hong Kong was founded in 1953 by Thomas T.V. Lee. Tom Lee Music Canada was founded in 1969 and operate independently from the Asia operation. The Canadian head office is located in Vancouver. Tom Lee Music Asia has 17 stores in Hong Kong and 1 in Macau. The thirty thousand square feet flagship store in Tsim Sha Tsui is one of largest musical instruments and accessories retailers in South East Asia, offering the most extensive range of product including pianos, guitars, amplifiers, percussion, electronic keyboards, music publications, professional and personal audio products. Tom Lee Music also specializes in offering the world famous Yamaha Music Program that has brought the wonderful gift of music to many families. In 1960, Tom Lee Music became the exclusive distributor of Yamaha musical instruments and audio equipment in Hong Kong. The Canadian operation operates 12 locations across Canada under the Tom Lee Music and Steinway Piano Gallery names.

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Tong Meng is a fictional character in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature. Nicknamed "River Churning Clam", he ranks 69th among the 108 Stars of Destiny and 33rd among the 72 Earthly Fiends.

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Li Li is a fictional character in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature. Nicknamed "Life Taking Judge", he ranks 96th among the 108 Stars of Destiny and 60th among the 72 Earthly Fiends.

Tong Guan (1054–1126), courtesy name Daofu (道夫), was a Chinese court eunuch, military general, political adviser, and state councillor to Emperor Huizong of the Song dynasty. In the classical novel Water Margin, Tong Guan is fictionalised as a corrupt government official and an enemy of the 108 Stars of Destiny.

Li Tong (168–209), courtesy name Wenda, was a military general serving under the warlord Cao Cao during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. Li Tong came to serve Cao Cao when the latter was at war with rival warlords Liu Biao and Zhang Xiu. During the battle of Battle of Nan Commandery in 208, Li Tong broke through the defence lines guarded by Guan Yu and supported Cao Ren at Jiangling. He fell sick during this time and eventually succumbed to illness. He had two sons: Li Xu (李緒) and Li Ji (李基).

Formosa Youth is a weekly Chinese language manga magazine created by Tong Li Publishing for Taiwan. Formosa Youth features various series from the Japanese language manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. The Formosa Youth magazine translates Weekly Shōnen Jump manga up to date. A sister publication of Formosa Youth is Dragon Youth Comic, which specializes in local manhua.

<i>Loving, Never Forgetting</i>

Loving, Never Forgetting is a 2014 Chinese television series starring Jerry Yan and Tong Liya. It is based on the novel Wu Ai Cheng Huan (无爱承欢) by Lan Bai Se. The series was broadcast by ZJSTV from 23 June to 5 July 2014 for 34 episodes.

During the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 in Beijing, China, students demanded a dialogue between Chinese government officials and student representatives. In total, three sessions of dialogue took place between the students and government representatives.

<i>Beijing Love Story</i> (TV series)

Beijing Love Story is a 2012 Chinese television series co-scripted and directed by Chen Sicheng, starring himself, Li Chen, Zhang Yi, Tong Liya, Yang Mi, Zhang Xinyi and Monica Mok. This is Chen Sicheng's directorial debut. It premiered on Zhejiang TV on 8 January 2012.