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Jiao Xiang was a native of HeDong (DongHan Dynasty). He was over 170 years old and still hiked up the mountain daily, chopping wood. Jiao never associated with anyone. Later, he was influenced by Zen and built a hut living close to a river bank. He dressed lightly even in winter and was not affected by the cold weather. Prime Minister Dong Jingjing treated Jiao with respect and inquired about his Tao secret of health and longevity. Jiao frankly replied, 'I know not Tao!'. At the age of 200, Jiao said farewell to the village people and was never seen again.
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