Guangzhou

What is Guangzhou known for?


challenging+training

and better treatment for shipwrecked sailors. The squadron spent the fall in Canton (Guangzhou), Hong Kong and Shanghai, helping to protect American trade interests there (primarily tea and silk) following the continued spread of the Taiping Rebellion in southern China. ;Special Training : Lively and challenging training camps such as the Orientation Wild Training Camp, the Guangzhou Huangpu Military School Training Camp and the Adventure-based Guidance Training Camp are available to students for the purpose of enhancing their self-esteem and promoting cooperation among them. The '''Central News Agency''' is the state (State media) news agency of the Republic of China. It was founded in Guangzhou, China on April 1, 1924 and was relocated to Taipei, Taiwan during the Chinese Civil War when the Republic of China government relocated to Taiwan. -style "background-color:#FFCCCC" align center '''1. 3 Feb 2004 WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


original people

ACfU3U27CLo28r4xTtw6Fn2QigI86SngQg accessdate pages 13–14 The greatly expanded Nanyue included the territories of modern-day Guangdong, Guangxi and northern Vietnam with its capital situated at modern-day Guangzhou. The original people of Guangdong belonged to the Yue (Baiyue) until this kingdom was fully brought under Han control of Han Dynasty in 111 BC, but it wasn't until subsequent dynasties such as the Jin Dynasty (Jin Dynasty (265-420)), Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty


friendship based

a bond of friendship, based on mutual interests and literary aspirations. Like Ge, Ji Han was a military official who also excelled in literature and dabbled in esoteric studies. Ji Han wrote the "Rhapsody on Cold Victual Powder", which lauds the effectiveness of a drug, popular with the literati during the Six Dynasties era, as well as a tract, entitled "Description of Herbs and Plants of the Southern Region" that is no longer extant. The period of Hong’s employment


style events

) publisher Singapore National Olympic Council accessdate 11 May 2011 format pdf He won a total of four golds, all in the free style events (400m, 800m, 1500m, and 4 × 100m relay); becoming the most medalled athlete in this Games.


success selling

;Kushner Bulfinch and the other financial backers came up with the idea of trading pelts from the northwest coast of North America and taking them directly to China after Bulfinch had read about Captain Cook’s (James Cook) success doing the same. Bulfinch had read Cook’s ''Journals'', published in 1784, that in part discussed his success selling sea otter pelts in Canton (Guangzhou), and thus the American merchants thought they could copy that success.<


wild+training

and better treatment for shipwrecked sailors. The squadron spent the fall in Canton (Guangzhou), Hong Kong and Shanghai, helping to protect American trade interests there (primarily tea and silk) following the continued spread of the Taiping Rebellion in southern China. ;Special Training : Lively and challenging training camps such as the Orientation Wild Training Camp, the Guangzhou Huangpu Military School Training Camp and the Adventure-based Guidance Training Camp are available to students for the purpose of enhancing their self-esteem and promoting cooperation among them. The '''Central News Agency''' is the state (State media) news agency of the Republic of China. It was founded in Guangzhou, China on April 1, 1924 and was relocated to Taipei, Taiwan during the Chinese Civil War when the Republic of China government relocated to Taiwan. -style "background-color:#FFCCCC" align center '''1. 3 Feb 2004 WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


record shows'

or earlier. A record shows that the renowned Long Family in the prosperous neighbouring Shunde county (of the Qinghui Garden fame, and the family was active in the 18th and 19th centuries), used sweet and sour pork to test the skills of their family chefs. It spread to the United States in the early 20th century after the Chinese migrant goldminers and railroad workers turned to cookery as trades. The original meaning of the American term chop suey refers to sweet and sour pork. Chan Mun-yan, The Source of Cantonese Cuisine, Food and Drink World Publications Co, Hong Kong, 1988 In 1804, the United States Mint unofficially ended production of silver dollars Bowers, p. 431. because many of the coins produced since that denomination had first been struck in 1794 were exported to Eastern Asia, especially Canton (Guangzhou) (modern day Guangzhou), for their silver content. Bowers, p. 432. In 1806, then Secretary of State (United States Secretary of State) James Madison issued an order officially halting mintage of the coins. In 1831, Mint Director (Director of the United States Mint) Samuel Moore (Samuel Moore (congressman)) noticed a reversal; a large shipment of Spanish dollars had recently been shipped from Canton to the United States. Later that year, Moore requested President Andrew Jackson via the Treasury (United States Treasury) to lift the prohibition on dollar coin production. The Treasury responded on April 18 that Jackson had approved the request. Life Ching was born in Guangzhou, China on 3 December 1949. He was educated in St. Paul's College, Hong Kong, and graduated from Hong Kong University in 1973 with a degree in Economics. When the Treaty of Nanking opened up China to British traders, Sassoon developed his textile operations into a profitable triangular trade: Indian yarn and opium were carried to China, where he bought goods which were sold in Britain, from where he obtained Lancashire cotton products (Textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution). He sent his son Elias David Sassoon to Canton (Guangzhou), where he was the first Jewish trader (with 24 Parsi rivals). In 1845 David Sassoon & Sons opened an office in what would soon become Shanghai's British concession (Shanghai International Settlement), and it became the firm's second hub of operations. Jiang Gui was born in mainland China. As a young man, he was influenced by the May Fourth Movement (1919) and joined the Kuomintang at age 18 in Guangzhou. He married at age 29, and attended college in Beijing. In 1937 he joined the Chinese army as an officer, and served for eight years in the war against Japan in the Northern campaign (Hebei, Henan, Anhui). His mother and adopted mother were both killed by the Communists in 1945. He moved to Taiwan with the Kuomintang in 1948. 1995 saw her concert tour "Wei Wei and the World" - a tour in the major cities of mainland China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Kunming. * Dalian (Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport) * Guangzhou (Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport) * Guilin ( Guilin Liangjiang International Airport) date 1927 place Guangzhou, Republic of China (Republic of China (1912–1949)) coordinates The '''Guangzhou Uprising''' ( WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


regular work

seminary in Macau preparing himself for the regular work of a missionary and learning the Chinese language. He modified his personal appearance and dress in accordance with Chinese taste, then started from Guangzhou (Canton). He at first superintended a Christian mission in the southern provinces. Huc remained at Canton (Guangzhou) for nearly three years, writing his account of travels in China and Central Asia. '''''Souvenirs d'un voyage dans la Tartarie, le Thibet, et la Chine pendant les années 1844, 1845 et 1846''''' appeared in Paris in 1850. It was soon published in English (English language), in 1851. A German (German language) translation appeared in Leipzig in 1855, followed by Dutch (Dutch language), Spanish (Spanish language), Italian (Italian language), Swedish (Swedish language), Russian (Russian language) and Czech (Czech language) (Prague, 1887) editions. Henri Cordier, ''Bibliotheca sinica: Dictionnaire bibliographique des ouvrages relatifs à l'Empire chinois,'' p. 2119. E. Guilmoto (1907). Popular editions followed, including an illustrated, simplified story text for schoolboys. It was abridged and translated by Julie Bedier as ''High Road in Tartary'' (1948). birth_date WikiPedia:Guangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Guangdong Guangzhou


fine white

." *cantón cotton cloth: from ''Cantão'', old Portuguese (Portuguese language) name for Guangzhou, alteration of Chinese ''Guang-dong'' (廣東), ''Kuang-tung'', "region of the east," from ''guang'' "region" + ''dōng'' "east." *caolín type of fine, white clay: from French (French language) ''kaolin caolin'', from ''Kaoling'', name of a hill in southeast China where this clay was originally obtained, from Chinese ''Gaoling'' (高嶺


called light

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Guangzhou

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'''Guangzhou''' (also known as (Chinese Postal Map Romanization) '''Canton''', and less commonly as '''Kwangchow''') "Guangzhou (China)". Encyclopædia Britannica. Accessed September 12, 2010. is the capital and largest city of Guangdong province in South China. north of Macau, Guangzhou serves as an important national transportation hub and trading port (Port of Guangzhou). url http: www.visitgz.com en About%20Guangzhou Introduction 280318.html title Tourism Administration of Guangzhou Municipality work visitgz.com accessdate 2010-03-21 One of the five National Central Cities (National Central City), title 全国乡镇规划确定五大中心城市 url http: gcontent.oeeee.com b 15 b1563a78ec593375 Blog 300 19c802.html work Southern Metropolitan Daily date February 9, 2010 accessdate 2010-07-29 it holds sub-provincial administrative status.

Guangzhou is the third-largest Chinese city and the largest city in South Central China. As of the 2010 census, the city's administrative area had a population of 12.70 million. .

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