Cangzhou

What is Cangzhou known for?


710

317 ---------- 6 Hejian City (Hejian) Hǎixīng Xiàn 220,000 836 263 ---------- 11 Yanshan County, Hebei Yanshan


world service

: a Martial arts (wushu) school in Malle, Belgium * Article about the Cangzhou Lion (in Chinese) *"Chinese 'serial killer' arrested". BBC World Service. 15 November 2003. (Incident in Cangzhou) *http: www.spotsoftime.com blog archives cat_china.html *http: archives.foodsafetynetwork.ca animalnet 1999 7-1999 an-07-10-99-01.txt


musical+performing

beer and is a symbol of the city. Wagner, Donald B. "The cast iron lion of Cangzhou", ''Needham Research Institute newsletter'', no. 10, June 1991, pp. 2-3. Cangzhou is home to a traditional Chinese form of musical performing arts, Kuaiban Dagu. The city hosts seven mosques for Muslim adherents (mostly Hui (Hui people)). One of them, the West Mosque, has collected at its museum one of China's best


836

317 ---------- 6 Hejian City (Hejian) Hǎixīng Xiàn 220,000 836 263 ---------- 11 Yanshan County, Hebei Yanshan


early career

Star Names - R.H.Allen p. 244 Early career Sima Yong was the grandson of Sima Fu Prince Xian of Anping, the younger brother of Sima Yi and granduncle to Jin Dynasty's founder, Emperor Wu (Emperor Wu of Jin). His father Sima Gui (司馬瑰) was the Prince of Taiyuan, and after his death, Sima Yong inherited his principality. In 276, he was sent to his principality


work time

first Matthew last Forney title Making a Killing in China date 2003-11-17 url http: www.time.com time magazine article 0,9171,501031124-543838,00.html work TIME accessdate 2008-09-15 archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5azhSXlCz archivedate 2008-09-21 '''Piguaquan''' (Traditional Chinese (Traditional Chinese character): 劈掛拳, literally "chop-hanging fist"), also known as '''Piguazhang''' (劈掛掌, "chop-hanging palm") due to its emphasis


range+power

on palm techniques, is often practiced along with Bajiquan (八極拳, literally "eight extremes fist") and is a style of wushu (wushu (term)) (Chinese martial arts) that features explosive, long-range power. It originated in Cangzhou, a prefecture in Hebei Province of North China, but today is also well-known in other locales, including Taiwan. Piguaquan's power is from the accelerational force of the arms which are often in rotation. The hip movement in Piguaquan


title making

first Matthew last Forney title Making a Killing in China date 2003-11-17 url http: www.time.com time magazine article 0,9171,501031124-543838,00.html work TIME accessdate 2008-09-15 archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5azhSXlCz archivedate 2008-09-21 '''Piguaquan''' (Traditional Chinese (Traditional Chinese character): 劈掛拳, literally "chop-hanging fist"), also known as '''Piguazhang''' (劈掛掌, "chop-hanging palm") due to its emphasis


year low

high C 12.3 Apr high C 21.0 May high C 26.9 Jun high C 31.1 Jul high C 31.4 Aug high C 30.3 Sep high C 26.6 Oct high C 20.3 Nov high C 11.4 Dec high C 4.2 Jan low C −7.1 Feb low C −4.7 Mar low C 1.1 Apr low C 8.7 May low C 14.5 Jun low C 19.7 Jul low C 22.4 Aug low C 21.6 Sep low C 16.1 Oct low C 9.4 Nov low C 1.4 Dec low C −4.8 year high C 18.6 year low C 8.2 year high F 65.5 year low F 46.7 precipitation colour green


818

Wenzong mobilized a number of circuits around Henghai to attack it, but could not immediately achieve success. Not until 829 was Li Tongjie defeated by the imperial general Li You (note different character than Emperor Muzong). ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 244 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷244). After Wu Yuanji's execution, Li Shidao and Wang Chengzong both became fearful. In 818, Wang offered to surrender two prefectures to imperial control

Cangzhou

'''Cangzhou''' ( from Beijing.

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