Pōmòshān


 
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潑墨山 Pōmòshān, Spilled Ink Peak, is a submountain of Taibaishan. Due to the unusual black splotches on the cliff face, the story goes that the famous poet and tippler of the Tang Dynasty, Li Bo, drunk on wine and filled with such deep emotion that he could not express himself, petulantly flung away his brush and inkstone staining the cliffside.

 
 
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