Yün-chi Chʾi-chʾien (11th cent. CE). Taoist encyclopaedia, containing, in many vols., a survey of all the works and practices addressed to the prolonging of life and attaining of immortality up to that time. It contains much early Taoist work that no longer survives in any other form.
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