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All editors are cordially invited to come and edit this page. Many many thanks. --MissingLinks 13:20, 12 October 2005 (UTC)
The pictures are very good! I went to Jiuhuashan this summer while I was visiting China. --Rabbiteyye 22:33, 31 July 2006 (UTC)
Where is the information about what happened here during the Cultural Revolution? I live in Hefei, a city which saw every one of its temples either partially or completely destroyed (and then rebuilt in later decades) and I know that Jiu Hua Shan's sacred sites sustained damage at the hands of the Red Guards in Anhui.
Myth treated as fact
This article treats myth as fact, i.e. the story about the prince living for 99 years and his body remaining intact after death.
It also contains minor English errors, because parts of it have been lifted directly from an official information site about Jiuhua written in Chinglish. — Preceding unsigned comment added by ErminMR (talk • contribs) 00:35, 23 March 2012 (UTC)