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After some time he began to travel through the provinces in search of the best instructor he could get, and so came at length to Chang an. It was here, stirred up by the recollection of Fa-hian and Chi-yen, that he resolved to go to the western regions to question the sages on points that troubled his mind. He was now twenty-six years of age.