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APA Citation

Marcus Aurelius. & He, Huaihong.  (2009).  Chen si lu.  Xianggang :  Zhonghua shu ju you xian gong si

MLA Citation

Marcus Aurelius. and He, Huaihong.  Chen si lu / Make Aoleliu zhu ; He Huaihong yi  Zhonghua shu ju you xian gong si Xianggang  2009

Australian/Harvard Citation

Marcus Aurelius. & He, Huaihong.  2009,  Chen si lu / Make Aoleliu zhu ; He Huaihong yi  Zhonghua shu ju you xian gong si Xianggang

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{{Citation
  | title=Chen si lu / Make Aoleliu zhu ; He Huaihong yi
  | author1=Marcus Aurelius Emperor of Rome, 121-180
  | author2=He, Huaihong, 1954-
  | year=2009
  | publisher=Zhonghua shu ju you xian gong si
  | isbn=9789628931279
  | language=Chinese
}}

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