Chifeng

What is Chifeng known for?


ancient music

' düüreg Dongjing is a type of ritual music, said to have been sung by Taoist (Taoism) monks in the area. It was introduced at least by the AD (Anno Domini) 13th century, and is now known only in Yunnan and the distant city of Chengde (in Hebei) and Chifeng (in Inner Mongolia). Dongjing is traditional performed during the Chinese Lunar New Year. The President of the Dayan Naxi Ancient Music Association, Xuan Ke, has claimed that donjiang


products energy

billion Yuan, around 26% up averagely. Through the fast development during “11th Five-year Plan”, Chifeng will be built as a producing base of green agricultural and animal husbandry products, energy supply base accessing to northeastern and northern China, important raw material and deep-processing base of nonferrous metal, tourism site of grassland, central city and goods interflow center between Inner Mongolia and Hebei. Mineral resources In mineral resources, there are over 70 mineral


service industry

ecological and infrastructure construction, actively promoting the process of agricultural and animal husbandry industrialization, industrialization and urbanization, greatly encouraging the development of service industry and county-level economy, trying to expand the general economy volume, increasing industry level, enhancing the core competition. As a result, the social economy got fast development. Currently, the industrial economic system dominated with minerals, energy, medicines and foods


lead gold

deposits. The area is rich in coal, oil and gas; nonferrous metal and ferrous mental, namely iron, tin, zinc, lead, gold, silver, molybdenum etc. have large reserves. Non-metal minerals include limestone, marble, fluorspar, silica, pearlite, bentonite etc. In agricultural and animal husbandry products, besides the dominant crops of corn, rice, millet, there are cash crops like beans, buckwheat, oil-used sunflower seeds, sugar beets, tobacco, and Chinese herbals. Yearly yield of grains can reach 6


quot red

Ulaɣanqada qota '' and has a population of 4,341,245 inhabitants. As of the 2010 census


buckwheat

deposits. The area is rich in coal, oil and gas; nonferrous metal and ferrous mental, namely iron, tin, zinc, lead, gold, silver, molybdenum etc. have large reserves. Non-metal minerals include limestone, marble, fluorspar, silica, pearlite, bentonite etc. In agricultural and animal husbandry products, besides the dominant crops of corn, rice, millet, there are cash crops like beans, buckwheat, oil-used sunflower seeds, sugar beets, tobacco, and Chinese herbals. Yearly yield of grains can reach 6


green agricultural

billion Yuan, around 26% up averagely. Through the fast development during “11th Five-year Plan”, Chifeng will be built as a producing base of green agricultural and animal husbandry products, energy supply base accessing to northeastern and northern China, important raw material and deep-processing base of nonferrous metal, tourism site of grassland, central city and goods interflow center between Inner Mongolia and Hebei. Mineral resources In mineral resources, there are over 70 mineral


year high

high C 27.9 Sep high C 23.0 Oct high C 15.6 Nov high C 5.8 Dec high C −1.1 Jan low C −16.3 Feb low C −13.4 Mar low C −6.3 Apr low C 2.7 May low C 9.9 Jun low C 15.3 Jul low C 18.5 Aug low C 16.5 Sep low C 9.8 Oct low C 2.1 Nov low C −6.5 Dec low C −13.2 year high C 14.3 year low C 1.6 year high F 57.8 year low F 34.9 precipitation colour green Jan precipitation mm 1.6 Feb precipitation mm 2.4 Mar


quot gold

(Traditional Chinese: 临潢府), the Northern Capital of Liao. Frederick Mote (1999), ''Imperial China, 900-1800'' (Harvard University Press), p. 195. The Jurchens then invaded territories under the Han Chinese Northern Song Dynasty and overran most of northern China, first setting up puppet regimes like Qi and Chu , later directly ruling as a dynastic state in Northern China named Jin (Jin Dynasty (1115–1234)) (&quot

;Gold", not to be confused with the several Jin Dynasties named after the region around Shanxi and Henan). Jin captured the Song (Song Dynasty) capital of Kaifeng in 1127. Their armies pushed all the way south to the Yangtze (Yangtze River) but through continued warfare and treaties of diplomacy this boundary with the Han Chinese Southern Song Dynasty was eventually stabilised along the Huai River. - CIF ZBCF Chifeng Airport Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China - - B-3841 near Chifeng June 15, 2008 Harbin Yunshuji Y-12-II (Harbin Y-12) CFIT (Controlled flight into terrain) - In the context of the Northeast China Revitalization strategy of the State Council (State Council of the People's Republic of China), five eastern prefectures of Inner Mongolia are also defined as part of the Northeast: Xilin Gol (Xilin Gol League), Chifeng, Tongliao, Hinggan (Hinggan League) and Hulunbuir.


gold silver

deposits. The area is rich in coal, oil and gas; nonferrous metal and ferrous mental, namely iron, tin, zinc, lead, gold, silver, molybdenum etc. have large reserves. Non-metal minerals include limestone, marble, fluorspar, silica, pearlite, bentonite etc. In agricultural and animal husbandry products, besides the dominant crops of corn, rice, millet, there are cash crops like beans, buckwheat, oil-used sunflower seeds, sugar beets, tobacco, and Chinese herbals. Yearly yield of grains can reach 6

Chifeng

c 赤峰 p Chìfēng mong ᠤᠯᠠᠭᠠᠨᠬᠠᠳᠠ ᠬᠣᠲᠠ monr Ulaɣanqada qota mon Улаанхад хот '''Chifeng''' ( ).

Search by keywords:


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017