Huizhou

What is Huizhou known for?


quot landscape

as the "living fossil of culture".(citation needed) *'''Elephant Head Mountain''' Elephant head mountain scenic area is located in the south of Boluo County,18 kilometres away from the Huizhou city area, and covers an area of . Elephant head mountain is formed in the Cretaceous period of igneous rock, and sports a main peak reaching an elevation of 1023 meters above sea level. The mountain bedrock forms a unique " stone egg" landscape.(citation needed


dance collection

Presentation. Her albums sold over 230,000 in Hong Kong in 1999, the best selling female artist in Hong Kong. 2001:Kelly released her remix album ''Kelly BPM Dance Collection'' in March , which sold over 150,000 copies. She embarked on another world tour, the "Paisley Galaxy World Tour" (陳慧琳花花宇宙世界巡迴演唱會), which started out with one show in Singapore and two shows in Genting Highlands in Malaysia. (She broke the record of best-selling Hong Kong singers' concerts in Malaysia.) Kelly


water hot

with geothermal minerals, and boast a temperature of nearly 70 degrees Celsius. These waters are said to have dozens of benefits to human health, due to the aforementioned minerals. The National Standards board has labelled the water as the best salt water hot spring spas.(citation needed) *'''Sea-level city''' The Sea city was built in the 18th year of the Ming dynasty, under the Hongwu Emperor (AD 1385), giving it a history of over 600 years. It is found south of the Five Ridges known locally


fishing population

- Hung Hom - Huns - Hutchison Whampoa - Huzhou - Hwaeom History In the early 18th century, local fishermen discovered Shau Kei Wan as a good storm shelter and eventually, the fishing population began to move into the area, away from Chai Wan, which housed most of the fishing populations for years. Also, Hakka people from Huizhou began to move into the area to operate quarries during this time, and began building houses along the coastline. The population grew, and by the 1841 Hong Kong census, the area housed approximately 200 people, roughly 5% of Hong Kong Island's population. Most of the residents in the area lived in fishing boats at the time. In Chinese folk legends (Chinese mythology), Tam Kung was one of gods who could forecast the weather. He was born in Huizhou Prefecture. It was said that he could cure patients in his childhood. Tam Kung became an immortal in heaven at the age of twenty in the Nine-dragon Mountain in Huizhou. He was granted an honor in the Qing Dynasty. People whose ancestral home are in Huizhou or Chaoshan of Guangdong province worship Tam Kung most sincerely. * '''NOI 1990''' was held in Beijing in August, 1990 * '''NOI 1989''' was held in Huizhou, Guangdong in December, 1989 * '''NOI 1988''' was held in Beijing in August, 1988 North of the Dongjiang in the northwest of Bóluó (博羅) County in the prefecture (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Prefecture level) of Huizhou in Guangdong Province is the sacred mountain Luófúshān. Luófúshān is the site of many temples, including Wa Sau Toi where, c. 1900, a Chan (Zen) (Zen) master named Daai Yuk taught Southern Dragon style to Lam Yiu Gwai, who in turn passed the art on to the many students of his schools in Guangzhou. History A Kung Ngam was a rock quarry in the 19th century, and the area was predominantly inhabited by quarry workers who immigrated from Huizhou and Chaozhou. Starring in the television drama ''Don't be a Cry Baby'' with Japanese star Kyoko Fukada and performing two concerts in Fukuoka (Fukuoka, Fukuoka), Japan in 1999, Kelly increased her Japanese fanbase. She released a new album, ''Love of Colours'' which sold over 300,000 in Hong Kong from 9 December 1999 to 2000, and was the best selling album in 2000. She also won "The most popular female artist" in 1999 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. Her albums sold over 230,000 in Hong Kong in 1999, the best selling female artist in Hong Kong. 2001:Kelly released her remix album ''Kelly BPM Dance Collection'' in March , which sold over 150,000 copies. She embarked on another world tour, the "Paisley Galaxy World Tour" (陳慧琳花花宇宙世界巡迴演唱會), which started out with one show in Singapore and two shows in Genting Highlands in Malaysia. (She broke the record of best-selling Hong Kong singers' concerts in Malaysia.) Kelly came to North America, where she performed concerts in Chicago, Atlantic City, Los Angeles and Toronto all as a part of her world tour in May. She later returned to China for a tour where she performed in Guangzhou, Huizhou, Zhongshan, Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing. She released a Mandarin album, ''Flying'' (飛吧), in August. The album was the among the top 20 best-selling albums in Taiwan in 2001. Kelly's movie ''Calmi Cuori Appassionati'' (冷靜與熱情之間), released in November, 2001, grossed more than 30 billion yen (HKD$220,000,000) in Japan. The film broke the pre-sale ticket record in Japan. The film was ranked as the 67th best-selling movie in history of the Japanese box office, it was ranked at 98th best-selling movie in 2006 in Japan's box office history. Kelly won "Asian Pacific Most Popular Hong Kong Female Artist" at the 2001 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards Presentation. Symbolism Various species of ''Bougainvillea'' are the official flowers of the island of Grenada, Guam


selling album

Huizhou and Chaozhou. Starring in the television drama ''Don't be a Cry Baby'' with Japanese star Kyoko Fukada and performing two concerts in Fukuoka (Fukuoka, Fukuoka), Japan in 1999, Kelly increased her Japanese fanbase. She released a new album, ''Love of Colours'' which sold over 300,000 in Hong Kong from 9 December 1999 to 2000, and was the best selling album in 2000. She also won "The most popular female artist" in 1999 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards


selling

Huizhou and Chaozhou. Starring in the television drama ''Don't be a Cry Baby'' with Japanese star Kyoko Fukada and performing two concerts in Fukuoka (Fukuoka, Fukuoka), Japan in 1999, Kelly increased her Japanese fanbase. She released a new album, ''Love of Colours'' which sold over 300,000 in Hong Kong from 9 December 1999 to 2000, and was the best selling album in 2000. She also won "The most popular female artist" in 1999 Jade Solid Gold Best Ten Music Awards

Presentation. Her albums sold over 230,000 in Hong Kong in 1999, the best selling female artist in Hong Kong. 2001:Kelly released her remix album ''Kelly BPM Dance Collection'' in March , which sold over 150,000 copies. She embarked on another world tour, the "Paisley Galaxy World Tour" (陳慧琳花花宇宙世界巡迴演唱會), which started out with one show in Singapore and two shows in Genting Highlands in Malaysia. (She broke the record of best-selling Hong Kong singers' concerts in Malaysia.) Kelly

came to North America, where she performed concerts in Chicago, Atlantic City, Los Angeles and Toronto all as a part of her world tour in May. She later returned to China for a tour where she performed in Guangzhou, Huizhou, Zhongshan, Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing. She released a Mandarin album, ''Flying'' (飛吧), in August. The album was the among the top 20 best-selling albums in Taiwan in 2001. Kelly's movie ''Calmi Cuori Appassionati'' (冷靜與熱情之間), released in November


samsung

-largest consumer electronics producer and sixth-largest television producer (after Samsung (Samsung Electronics), LG (LG Electronics), Sony, Panasonic (Panasonic Corporation) and Sharp (Sharp Corporation)). * San Tin Village (新田村) is located south of Che Kung Temple and east of Sun


portrait painting

. thumb left 200px A contemporary Song Dynasty (Image:SuShi-Portrait.jpg) portrait painting of Su Shi Su Shi was often at odds with a political faction (History of the Song Dynasty#Partisans and factions, reformers and conservatives) headed by Wang Anshi. Su Shi once wrote a poem criticizing Wang Anshi's reforms, especially the government monopoly imposed on the salt industry. ref name "ebrey east asia 164


Su

. thumb left 200px A contemporary Song Dynasty (Image:SuShi-Portrait.jpg) portrait painting of Su Shi Su Shi was often at odds with a political faction (History of the Song Dynasty#Partisans and factions, reformers and conservatives) headed by Wang Anshi. Su Shi once wrote a poem criticizing Wang Anshi's reforms, especially the government monopoly imposed on the salt industry. ref name "ebrey east asia 164

" Ebrey, ''East Asia'', 164. The dominance of the reformist faction at court allowed the New Policy Group greater ability to have Su Shi exiled for political crimes. The claim was that Su was criticizing the emperor, when in fact Su Shi's poetry was aimed at criticizing Wang's reforms. It should be said that Wang Anshi played no part in this actions against Su, for he had retired from public life in 1076 and established a cordial relationship with Su Shi. ref name "

;ebrey east asia 164" Su Shi's first remote trip of exile (1080–1086) was to Huangzhou, Hubei. This post carried a nominal title, but no stipend, leaving Su in poverty. During this period, he began Buddhist (Buddhism) meditation. With help from a friend, Su built a small residence on a parcel of land in 1081. Su Shi lived at a farm called Dongpo ('Eastern Slope'), from which he took his literary pseudonym. While banished to Hubei province, he grew fond of the area he lived


song scale

decorations, a metal rim, and a transparent blue-toned glaze, from Jingdezhen, 12th or 13th century; ''Right item'': A Southern Song miniature model (scale model) of a granary with removable top lid and doorway, qingbai porcelain with transparent blue-toned glaze, Jingdezhen, 13th century. The annual output of minted copper currency in 1085 alone reached roughly six billion coins. . The most

Huizhou

c 惠州 p Hùizhōu psp Waichow j Wai6 zau1 y Waihjāu h Fi-chiu l Benefit prefecture showflag jyp order st '''Huìzhōu''' ( ) is a city located in central Guangdong province (province of China) of the People's Republic of China. Part of the Pearl River Delta, Huizhou borders the provincial capital of Guangzhou to the west, Shaoguan to the north, Heyuan to the northeast, Shanwei to the east, Shenzhen and Dongguan to the southwest, and looks out to Daya Bay on the South China Sea to the south. Administered as a prefecture-level city, it has 4.6 million residents in its area of jurisdiction.

Its southern part made of Huiyang district is now part of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen built-up area, the biggest built-up area in the world with more than 44,478,513 inhabitants at the 2010 census encompassing the whole Shenzhen, Dongguan, Foshan, Zhongshan, Macao cities, main part of Guangzhou, and small parts of Jiangmen and Huizhou cities.

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