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  2. About Lillian Lee

    Lilian Lee, also spelled as Lillian Lee (李碧華), is a Chinese novelist born in Taishan, Guangzhou. She is best known as the author of Farewell My Concubine, adapted as a movie by Chen Kaige. She is the author of about thirty books in her native Hong Kong.

    Several of her novels have been adapted into films:

    * Rouge (1987)
    * Farewell My Concubine (1993)
    * Green Snake (1993)
    * Temptation of a Monk (1993)
    * Dumplings (2004)"

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    1. Understanding language is really hard, not just because of understanding the structure of language part.
      In Computer scientist Lillian Lee named AAAI Fellow
    2. Understanding language is really hard, not just because of understanding the structure of language part ... it also involves understanding things about what human beings want.
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    3. It is a very exciting paper, because it attacks a problem that I didn't really think we were ready to make headway on.
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