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Literally paper from Jinsu montain. It was manufactured in Suzhou (Jiangsu) specifically for the copy of the Tripitaka from the Guanghui Temple (Zhejiang) at the end of the 11th century. It's a tough and shiny paper, waxed on both sides. This paper has been widely imitated. The original paper is a blend of hemp and mulberry paper fibers.