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    The story about Mountain Lushan is more mysterious. A Taoist priest whose surname is Hu lives in Taipinggong Palace of Mountain Lushan. One day a Taoist priest who claimed himself “Hui” passed Taipinggong Palace. He was dignified in appearance and exquisitely dressed, but nobody showed interest in him, only Taoist priest Hu served him with a cup of tea. Two people talked happily over tea. After a while, Taoist priest “Hui” referred to chest with hand, asking Taoist priest Hu for wine. Taoist priest Hu took out one pot of wine. The taoist priest hui drank more than 100 cups without a break from the morning to evening, but he had no signs of giving up drunk. Then he invited Taoist priest hu to his home to drink again but was refused politely by Taoist priest Hu because it was already late. Several years later, a person called himself “Big Song Man” with dishevelled hair and a dirty face came to look for Taoist priest Hu. The “Big Song Man” carried two big wine jars on his shoulder and said they were the luggage of him. He poured the jar on the floor, which was full of gold, silver, and took out a little garrulous silver among them, then drank together with Taoist priest Hu after buying the wine. They drank until sun set. The “big Song Man” scooped up some soil with the knife, mixed it with the wine. Strangely, the soil became the Chinese ink at once. At this moment, Taoist priest Hu has already slept drunkly on the bed, then “big Song guest” took a French leave. After his leaving, the room was filled with weird fragrance for one day, and the knife left by “big Song portion” was glittering too. People were all striving to buy it. When Taoist priest Hu woke up, he gulfed up the Chinese ink on seeing it. Taking only half of it, he was in high spirit, and the old diseases disappeared completely. Even when he was more than 70 years old, he looked like young man.

07-07-22 17:51
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