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Yancheng

of China#County level county-level divisions , including 2 districts (District of China), 2 county-level cities (county-level city) and 5 counties (County (People's Republic of China)). The population information here presented uses 2010 census data of permanent residents. class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left Subdivision ! align left Hanzi ! align left Pinyin ! align left

the foundation of the People's Republic of China. Many monuments in honor of these heroes can still be found around Yancheng. Geography and climate Yancheng occupies the flat coastal plains of Eastern Jiangsu. Those areas not cultivated are mainly marshlands, which are home to several endangered species, including the Red-crowned Crane and the Pere David's deer. Yancheng has a temperate climate with fairly mild winters and distinctly

: wardsauto.com ar kia_china_plant Education The city hosts numerous higher learning institutions, including Yancheng Teachers' University, Yancheng Institute of Technology, Yancheng Nursing College,Yancheng Textile Vocational College and Yancheng Transport Technology College. Yancheng Radio and Television University is a branch of this national educational giant in the city. Yancheng Middle School (盐中), founded by the Kuomintang, is recognized as one of the best in Jiangsu


Jiaxing

: www.citypopulation.de php china-zhejiang-admin.php Administration The prefecture-level city of Jiaxing administers 7 county-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#County level), including 2 districts (District of China), 3 county-level cities (county-level city) and 2 counties (County (People's Republic of China)). class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left № ! align

-Hans 桐乡市 align right Tóngxiāng Shì These are further divided into 75 township-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Township level), including 60 towns (town of China), 2 townships (Township (People's Republic of China)) and 13 subdistricts. History *Spring and Autumn Period: Jiaxing is known as Zuili (Drunken Plums) and is an important city in the state of Yuè (Yue (state)). *210 BC: Qin Shi Huang changed the name

in the establishment of the Yangtze River Delta Economic Coordination Association, which included a new member Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu) in Jiangsu in that year. In 2003, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) in Zhejiang also joined the association. In 2010, the association accepted 6 new members after six-year observation and review, including Yancheng and Huai'an in Jiangsu, Jinhua and Quzhou in Zhejiang, and Ma'anshan and Hefei in Anhui. The total number of cities


Quzhou

, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) in Zhejiang also joined the association. In 2010, the association accepted 6 new members after six-year observation and review, including Yancheng and Huai'an in Jiangsu, Jinhua and Quzhou in Zhejiang, and Ma'anshan and Hefei in Anhui. The total number of cities in the Yangtze River Delta Economic Coordination Association is now 22. Some other cities that have been in consideration

and in review include Wenzhou and Lishui in Zhejiang, Lianyungang and Xuzhou in Jiangsu, and Chuzhou, Wuhu, Tongling, Huainan and Xuancheng in Anhui. *Jiangsu Province: Nanjing, Suzhou (including county-level urban centres of Changshu, Taicang, Kunshan, Wujiang (Wujiang, Jiangsu) and Zhangjiagang), Wuxi (including county-level urban centres of Jiangyin and Yixing), Nantong (including county-level urban

centres of Rugao, Haimen, and Qidong (Qidong, Jiangsu)), Changzhou (including county-level urban centres of Jintan and Liyang), Yangzhou (including urban centre of Yizheng), Yancheng (including county-level urban centres of Dafeng and Dongtai), Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu) (including county-level urban centres of Jiangyan, Jingjiang, Taixing and Xinghua (Xinghua, Jiangsu)), Zhenjiang (including county-level urban centres of Danyang


Jinhua

in eastern China. It borders the provincial capital of Hangzhou to the northwest, Quzhou to the southwest, Lishui to the south, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) to the east, and Shaoxing to the northeast. Its population was 5,361,572 at the 2010 census including 1,077,245 in the built-up area made of two urban districts even though Lanxi City is also being conurbated soon. One can notice that the cities of Dongyang and Yiwu are now in the same agglomeration, a built-up area

english Chinese Guanxiu.htm (Kuan-hsiu) was born in Jinhua. He is known for his paintings of Buddhist (Buddhism) holy men. There are numerous scenic and historical sites in the Jinhua region, including many places associated with the Immortal Huang, and a palace of the Dukes of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom (Taiping Rebellion). Geography thumb left 300px Jinhua in the Yangtze River Delta (File:China Map.jpg) Jinhua is located at latitudes 28° 32'−29° 41' N and longitudes

of the People's Republic of China#County level county-level divisions , including 2 districts (District of China), 4 county-level cities (county-level city) and 3 counties (County (People's Republic of China)). class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left № ! align left Subdivision ! align left Simplified Chinese ! align left Pinyin - ! rowspan "10" style "


Taizhou, Jiangsu

home town as did Mei Lanfang (simplified Chinese: 梅兰芳; traditional Chinese: 梅蘭芳; pinyin: Méi Lánfāng) (October 22, 1894 – August 8, 1961) who was one of the most famous Peking opera artists in modern Chinese history. Administration The prefecture-level city of Taizhou administers six county-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#County level), including two District of China

districts and four county-level cities (county-level city). These are further divided into 105 township-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Township level), including 91 towns (town of China), eight townships (Township (People's Republic of China)) and six subdistricts. class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left Subdivision ! align left Hanzi ! align left

, is served by the Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu)-Nanjing railway line, and provides direct passenger service not only to these two cities, but also to a number of major cities to the west, north, and south (such as Xi'an, Wuhan, and Guangzhou), including an overnight Z-series express train (Z-series) to Beijing. tielu.org, schedule search for Yangzhou There is no direct rail service toward Shanghai, however; to travel to Shanghai


Taizhou, Zhejiang

urbanization structure and the center of sub zone of the first-class economy. Approved by the National Development and Reform Commission, Taizhou formally became one of the 16 cities of Yangtze River Delta area on Aug.15, 2003. Demographics At the time of 2010 census, the whole population of Taizhou, including the whole prefecture-level city and subsidiary counties was 5,968,838 with 3,269,304 in the emerging built-up area made of 3 urban districts, Jiaojiang, Huangyan District

is also located in Taizhou. It is listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange (Stock #002686) and has acquired Fulihua fan company in Suzhou in 2012. Taizhou is also one of most important Mandarin (Mandarin orange), Loquat, Wendai Pomelo, Myrica rubra producer in China. Other agricultural product including Rice, Canola, editable Wild rice stems or Zizania (Zizania (genus)) latifolia, Eddoe, Water chestnut (Eleocharis dulcis), Bamboo gallery>

meeting resulted in the establishment of the Yangtze River Delta Economic Coordination Association, which included a new member Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu) in Jiangsu in that year. In 2003, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) in Zhejiang also joined the association. In 2010, the association accepted 6 new members after six-year observation and review, including Yancheng and Huai'an in Jiangsu, Jinhua and Quzhou in Zhejiang, and Ma'anshan and Hefei in Anhui


Huzhou

expressway contributes to a quick and complicated transportation system. History * 248 BC, Gucheng County (菰城縣) was set up by the State of Chu. * 222 BC, Qin Dynasty, Wucheng County (烏程縣) was set up. * 266, Kingdom of Wu, set Wuxing Shire (吳興郡), its administrative area including the modern Huzhou prefecture city and Hangzhou (杭州), Yixing (宜興). * 602, Sui dynasty, changed the name of Wuxing to Huzhou (湖州). * During the Tang Dynasty, Huzhou administered 5 counties

of government of the First Special District of Zhejiang, administrative area including the modern Huzhou and Jiaxing prefecture cities. *1983, Huzhou prefecture level city was set up. Administration The prefecture-level city of Huzhou administers six county-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#County level), including one

economic development zone and two districts (District of China) and threecounties (County (People's Republic of China)). These are further divided into 66 township-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Township level), including 50 towns (town of China), 10 townships (Township (People's Republic of China)) and sixsubdistricts. class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left


Nantong

of Nantong administers 8 county-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#County level), including 3 districts (District of China), 3 county-level cities (county-level city), and 2 counties (County (People's Republic of China)). These are further divided into 146 township-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Township level). class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left

from superior transportation facilities by both rail and road. NETDA has direct links to two railways: the Xinyi-Changxing Railway and the Nanjing-Qidong Railway. Su-Tong Yangtze River Bridge feeds into the center of NETDA and connects the Nanjing-Nantong and Yancheng-Nantong Expressways to the north, and Shanghai-Nanjing and Suzhou-Jiaxing-Hangzhou Expressways and Riverside Expressways to the south. NETDA includes several subsidiary zones including Nantong Export Processing Zone, New Material

; Reference from Nantong University Official website Zhang Jian (Zhang Jian (politician)) founded the first normal school in modern China, Nantong Normal College. Zhang also founded museums, libraries, and theaters, making Nantong into an important cultural center. The city has a compulsory primary school education system. Secondary schools, including high schools, have high graduation rates.


Northeast, Minneapolis

Hennepin Avenue. Again, Northeast under this scheme does not include all of the Old Saint Anthony business district, as much of that (including landmarks such as Nye’s Polonaise Room) are on the “Southeast” side of that street. The Northeast Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce only identifies with the northeast streets. community profile sponsored by the Northeast Chamber The business district of Old Saint

that the grain mills and sawmills along the river offered, and later by rail and factory jobs across the city. By 1930, immigrants made up nearly 60% of Northeast's total population. The Eastern European immigrants, particularly the Poles with whom Northeast is most often associated, had a profound influence on the cultural life of Minneapolis. The Polish (Polish people) presence in "Nordeast" remains strong, including the names of local businesses that still bear the mark of the area's

after the first permanent bridge across the Mississippi River (at the same site), also a suspension bridge. The stretch of Central Avenue between 18th Avenue and 27th Avenue is more mixed in its redevelopment. Since 2000, several major new mixed-use developments have been made (and more are in development), and many new restaurants, mostly featuring foreign cuisines, have joined an already eclectic mix. Specialty food markets are also a major feature of the area, including major Latin


Cixi City

, consistently having been praised as “land of Chinese red bayberry”, “land of Chinese pear” and “land of vegetables”. and has a population of 2.04 million, including 1.04 million registered permanent residents and 1 million temporary residents. Fifteen

towns and five subdistricts are under the jurisdiction of Cixi City and there are 325 administrative villages including committees and communities. Culture The city also houses many Yue Kiln Sites, which are widely regarded as one of the origin of Chinese porcelain. thumb Celadon pieces in Yue Kiln Sites (File:里杜湖窑址陶瓷碎片.jpg)left thumb Shanglinhu (File:上林湖.jpg) Cixi has the tradition of advocating culture and emphasizing education, with several thousand years of historical relics

(including county-level urban centres of Changshu, Taicang, Kunshan, Wujiang (Wujiang, Jiangsu) and Zhangjiagang), Wuxi (including county-level urban centres of Jiangyin and Yixing), Nantong (including county-level urban centres of Rugao, Haimen, and Qidong (Qidong, Jiangsu)), Changzhou (including county-level urban centres of Jintan and Liyang), Yangzhou (including urban centre of Yizheng), Yancheng (including county-level


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