Hangzhou

What is Hangzhou known for?


opera shows

services the traditional dishes like Beggar's Chicken, West Lake Vinegar Fish. Zhi Wei Guan Restaurant is famous for the traditional dishes and sacks like Xiao Long Bao, Streamed Buns, Cat's Ear Noodles. Kui Yuan Guan's noodle is a must-do for tourists to Hangzhou. There are also restaurants like Granma's Kitchen which provide local dishes with real value-to-money experience. Arts There are lots of theaters in Hangzhou showing performance of opera shows. Yue opera (Zhejiang) Yue Opera


wuzhen

key_people Jay Walder, CEO Raymond Ch'ien Kuo Fung, Chairman *Jen (任:Yam:Yum:Yim:Ren) : clan in Shaoxing, later join to Chu (state) *Si (斯:Sa) : clan in Hangzhou, Zhejiang '''Wuzhen''' ( ) is a historic scenic town, part of Tongxiang, located in northern Zhejiang Province, People's Republic of China. It lies within the triangle formed by Hangzhou, Suzhou and Shanghai. Covering an area of

abbrev on , Wuzhen has a total population is 60,000 of which 12,000 are permanent residents. Liuzhou appears in the Chinese saying :''Born in Suzhou, live in Hangzhou, eat in Guangzhou, die in Liuzhou'' because, in the past, the city was known for its coffins, made from firwood, camphor wood

accumulated and handed down a characteristic culture known as "Yue Culture". - 200px (File:金华婺江.jpg) a prefecture-level city in central Zhejiang province. Jinhua borders the provincial capital Hangzhou to the northwest, Quzhou to the southwest, Lishui to the south, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) to the east, and Shaoxing to the northeast. - 200px (Image:20090913 Wuzhen 5129.jpg) a prefecture-level city in northern Zhejiang province. Lying


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''naam hei'' was brought into Kwangtung by these artists and developed into the earliest kind of Cantonese opera. Wenzhou natives speak Wu Chinese, which is the spoken language of the people of neighbouring Hangzhou, Suzhou, and Shanghai. However, geographic isolation and the immigration of Southern Min Chinese speakers from nearby Fujian Province, have caused Wenzhou's spoken language to evolve into a dialect that has been described as "notoriously eccentric."


modern book

with the invention of movable clay type in the eleventh century. From the tenth to the twelfth century, Kaifeng, Meishan, Hangzhou, and Jianyang were major printing centers. In the nineteenth century, China acquired movable lead type and photogravure printing plates and entered the age of modern book and magazine printing. The largest of the early publishing houses were the Commercial Press (''Shangwu Yinshuguan''), established in 1897, and the China Publishing House (''Zhonghua Shuju


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. Play centers Play centers are located across the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Canada. It has expanded its franchises in 30 countries including Bogota, Colombia; San Paulo, Brazil; Hangzhou, China; Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh), India, Saudi Arabia. In addition, Gymboree franchises nearly 300 Gymboree Play & Music centers around the globe. In recent years, Gymboree has experienced competition from The Little


world education

, and Dangtu and Wuhu in Anhui.) Unhappy with the situation in China then (see Nanjing decade), he departed for England in 1933, to study for an MSc in Economics at the London School of Economics, focusing on municipal administration, leaving wife and family behind. Kuo Ping-wen was elected three times as Vice-Chairman of the World Education Congress (''Shijie'' ''jiaoyuhui'' 世界教育會) and became the Chairman of its Asian division in 1923. His removal from his presidential post


making portraits

and their mastery in making portraiture (portraits)s of newly arrived foreigners. Ibn Battuta also mentions Chinese cuisine and its usage of animals such as frogs. While in Quanzhou he ascended the "Mount of the Hermit" and briefly visited a well-known Taoist monk. From there, he went north to Hangzhou, which he describes it as one of the largest cities he has ever seen, and he noted its charm, describes the city West Lake sat

in China in the year 1345, one of the first things he notes is the local artists and their mastery in making portraiture (portraits)s of newly arrived foreigners. Ibn Battuta also mentions Chinese cuisine and its usage of animals such as frogs. While in Quanzhou he ascended the "Mount of the Hermit" and briefly visited a well-known Taoist monk. From there, he went north to Hangzhou, which he describes it as one of the largest cities he has ever seen,


major attacks

(Reign Year 15 of Qianlong Emperor). Artisans reproduced the garden architecture styles of various palaces in China. Kunming Lake was created by extending an existing body of water to imitate the West Lake in Hangzhou. The palace complex suffered two major attacks—during the Anglo-French allied invasion of 1860 (with the Old Summer Palace also ransacked at the same time), and during the Boxer Rebellion, in an attack by the eight allied powers in 1900. The garden survived and was rebuilt in 1886 and 1902. In 1888, it was given the current name, ''Yihe Yuan''. It served as a summer resort for Empress Dowager Cixi, who diverted 30 million taels of silver, said to be originally designated for the Chinese navy (Beiyang Fleet), into the reconstruction and enlargement of the Summer Palace. * G56 Hangzhou-Ruili Highway from Hangzhou, Zhejiang to Ruili, Yunnan, Local classifications Generally, when referring to a local dialect in everyday speech, the speaker will refer to the dominant city in the region as a marker of the dialect as a whole. For example, a Wu speaker would not ask a fellow Wu speaker if they speak "Wu", but would rather ask whether or not they speak the dialect from Suzhou or Hangzhou, known as ''Suzhouhua'' and ''Hangzhouhua (Hangzhou dialect)'', respectively, in Chinese. Generally dialects are branded according to cities, geographical regions, or provinces. This method of informal classification is commonly used in spoken language. Provinces whose dialects are more homogeneous within its boundaries, such as Shaanxi, Shanxi (Jin Chinese), Shandong (Ji-Lu Mandarin), Hebei, Hunan (Xiang Chinese), Jiangxi (Gan Chinese), Sichuan (Sichuan dialect), etc. tend to refer to their own dialects by the name of the province (although sub-dialects exist and can be referred to locally by the name of a city). In more diverse provinces such as Fujian, dialects are informally classified by mutual intelligibility into Min Nan (闽南话), Min Dong (闽东话), and Min Bei (闽北话); in Zhejiang, where there is vast variance in spoken language, dialects are generally classified by cities or counties – as such, no singular "Zhejiang dialect" exists. An area with widespread homogeneity in spoken language is the three provinces of Northeastern China, whose spoken language is collectively known as Northeastern Mandarin, or ''Dongbei Hua'' (东北话) in Chinese. * '''龙井 Longjing (Longjing tea)''' : Maybe the most well-known green tea in China. It originates in Hangzhou (杭州), the capital of Zhejiang Province. Longjing in Chinese literally means ''dragon well''. It is pan-fried and has a distinctive flat appearance. The tasteless frying oil is obtained from tea seeds and other plants. Source: http: teaguardian.com nature_of_tea green_production_roasting.html Falsification of Longjing is very common, and most of the tea on the market is in fact produced in Sichuan Province WikiPedia:Hangzhou Dmoz:Regional Asia China Zhejiang Hangzhou Commons:Hangzhou


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of "Martial Gentleman of Loyalty" (忠武郎) by the emperor in recognition of his contributions to the nation during the campaigns. thumb right 250px Living quarters of the Lingyin monastery (Image:Lingyinsi1.jpg) '''Lingyin Temple''' ( ) is a Buddhist temple of the Chan (Zen) sect located north-west of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province (Zhejiang), People's Republic of China. The temple's name is commonly literally translated as '''Temple of the Soul's


coverage range

of the lake. There are lots of private gondola rides with varying insurance coverage, range and prices. thumb Sitting on a bench, overlooking West Lake (File:West Lake, Hangzhou.jpg) *

Hangzhou

pic Hangzhou name.svg piccap "Hangzhou", as written in Chinese picsize 117px c p Hángzhōu l ipa xɑ̌ŋtʂóʊ w Hang-chou psp Hangchow wuu j Hong 4 zau 1 poj Hâng-chiu mi showflag wuu altname Qiantang t2 s2 l2 p2 Qiántáng w2 Ch‘ien-t‘ang mi2 psp2 j2 wuu2 poj2 altname3 Xifu c3 l3 p3 Xīfǔ w3 Hsi-fu mi3 psp3 j3 wuu3 poj3 altname4 Linan t4 s4 l4 p4 Lín'ān w4 Lin-an mi4 psp4 j4 wuu4 poj4 order st '''Hangzhou''' ( It sits at the head of Hangzhou Bay on China's coast between Shanghai and Ningbo. Hangzhou grew to prominence as the southern terminus of the Grand Canal (Grand Canal (China)) and has been one of the most renowned and prosperous cities in China for much of the last millennium, due in part to its beautiful natural scenery. The city's West Lake is its best-known attraction.

Hangzhou is classified as a sub-provincial city . Zjnews.zjol.com.cn. Retrieved on 2011-08-28. and the built-up area (including the 9 urban districts and the Keqiao (Keqiao District) and Yuecheng districts of Shaoxing) held 8,874,348.

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