Meizhou

What is Meizhou known for?


bicycles

and surrounding areas. There are also three wheeled bicycles that are for hire. Usually for about ¥5-6 they will take you about two miles or so. They will try to get more so set the price beforehand. Taxis are a little bit more but not outrageous at all. Sometimes a private motorcycle will be waiting around on a street corner and they are for hire too for the adventurous. Traffic in Meizhou is a mind boggler and is just plain reckless. They will drive anywhere even the sidewalk and the wrong

way on the streets and then mix the bicycles. See jiaying university qianfoda Do Buy Eat This is Hakka country and generally speaking the bill of fare for the general public is noodles. You will pay about ¥6 for a bowl of noodles with some green leafy stuff thrown in. The food tends to be a bit bland and stodgy. There are no eggrolls but there is dim sum to a point. Dumplings usually are in the morning for breakfast, as well as, you guessed it, noodles, the breakfast


cultural historic

-hans 蕉岭县 Jiāolǐng Xiàn 205,849 961.64 214 Economy Meizhou is rich in mineral and tourism resources. It has 48 kinds of minerals including coal, iron, limestone, rare clay and porcelain clay amongst others. Of these reserves manganese is ranked first in Guangdong Province. Meizhou has plenty of water resources, hot springs and certified mineral waters. There are tourism resources such as cultural historic sites constructed during the Tang Dynasty, former residences of notable


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by Luo. *Zhanglong Railway; Zhangping-Longyan 漳龙线 *Meikan Railway; Meizhou-Kanshi (Kanshi (town)) 梅坎线 *Guangmeishan Railway; Guangzhou-Meizhou-Shantou 广梅汕线 '''Zhang Ziping''' ( ) (1893–1959) was a Chinese (China) writer born in Meixian (Mei County, Guangdong), Meizhou, Guangdong In 922, there was an incident where Liu Yan (whose state had been renamed Han by that point and thereafter was known


architectural style

'''Meizhou''' (梅州; ''Méizhōu'') is a city in Guangdong. Get in From Shenzhen, a 5 hour journey by bus. Getting to the correct bus station is the problem. Nevertheless you can get buses at Zhao Por Lu (literally grassy field road, ¥30). Train is not practical because both trains land up in Meizhou in the middle of the night. The long distance bus from Meizhou to Hong Kong, which happens to stop at the border crossing in Shenzhen which is not that far from HK costs ¥100. The bus makes the trip in about 4 hours but with the border cross at two points each way it takes just about 6 hours on the dot. Rail is about the same but twice the price but if you get boogered sitting in the last row of the bus behind the reclining seats you will regret it. Plus there are no facilities on the bus and it only stops once on the journey. Get around Many private cars with driver will approach you for inexpensive travel within Meizhou and surrounding areas. There are also three wheeled bicycles that are for hire. Usually for about ¥5-6 they will take you about two miles or so. They will try to get more so set the price beforehand. Taxis are a little bit more but not outrageous at all. Sometimes a private motorcycle will be waiting around on a street corner and they are for hire too for the adventurous. Traffic in Meizhou is a mind boggler and is just plain


dumplings

can be seen, especially in village orchards. left thumb 100px Pomelos (Image:Citrus maxima0.jpg) right thumb 120px Salt baked chicken (Image:Saltchicken.jpg) Salt baked chicken is one of the most well-known Hakka dishes (Hakka cuisine), which can also be bought in many other cities in China. Another local dish is Yong tau foo (tofu) stuffed with meat), of which it is said that when Hakka people first came to the south, there was no wheat flour to make dumplings so they used

way on the streets and then mix the bicycles. See jiaying university qianfoda Do Buy Eat This is Hakka country and generally speaking the bill of fare for the general public is noodles. You will pay about ¥6 for a bowl of noodles with some green leafy stuff thrown in. The food tends to be a bit bland and stodgy. There are no eggrolls but there is dim sum to a point. Dumplings usually are in the morning for breakfast, as well as, you guessed it, noodles, the breakfast


quot culture

in 1988. Meizhou is now a noted historical and cultural city. Geography Meizhou is located in the northeast of Guangdong Province, bordering Fujian Province in the northeast and Jiangxi Province in the northwest


tofu

can be seen, especially in village orchards. left thumb 100px Pomelos (Image:Citrus maxima0.jpg) right thumb 120px Salt baked chicken (Image:Saltchicken.jpg) Salt baked chicken is one of the most well-known Hakka dishes (Hakka cuisine), which can also be bought in many other cities in China. Another local dish is Yong tau foo (tofu) stuffed with meat), of which it is said that when Hakka people first came to the south, there was no wheat flour to make dumplings so they used

tofu instead. They put meat and some other ingredients into the tofu to create a special taste. This recipe was handed down and became a feature of Hakka cuisine. Other foods including preserved beef and ginger candies are also popular locally. Notable individuals Notable individuals from Meizhou include: *Ye Jianying (1897 1991), painter Gallery

of champions. As for eating street food, no stomach issues so be a little adventurous but if the place is a real dive then maybe stay away. It may gross you out to see them washing the dishes out of a dingy bucket of dirty water. The bigger and better restaurants and hotels have a wider spectrum. Tofu from street vendors and is actually quite good and sort of a distant cousin to scrambled eggs. There are plenty of places doing rice instead of noodles and although that is not much of a stretch


outrageous

and surrounding areas. There are also three wheeled bicycles that are for hire. Usually for about ¥5-6 they will take you about two miles or so. They will try to get more so set the price beforehand. Taxis are a little bit more but not outrageous at all. Sometimes a private motorcycle will be waiting around on a street corner and they are for hire too for the adventurous. Traffic in Meizhou is a mind boggler and is just plain reckless. They will drive anywhere even the sidewalk and the wrong


people live

. The Hakka people live in large areas of Guangdong, including Huizhou, Meizhou, Shenzhen, Heyuan, Shaoguan and other areas. Much of the Eastern part of Guangdong is populated by the Hakka people except for the Chaozhou and Hailufeng area. Hakka culture include Hakka cuisine (客家菜), Han opera (simplified Chinese: 汉剧; traditional Chinese: 漢劇), Hakka ''Hanyue'' and ''sixian'' (traditional instrumental music) and Hakka folk songs (客家山歌). '''Chaozhou


red rock

. The complex geological structure was formed mainly from granite, spouting rocks, metamorphic rock, shale, sandstone, red rock and limestone.

Meizhou

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'''Meizhou''' is a prefecture-level city in eastern Guangdong province, People's Republic of China. It has an area of , and a population of 4.33 million at the 2010 census. It comprises Meijiang District, Xingning City and six counties. Its built-up or metro area made up of 2 urban districts was home to 935,516 inhabitants at the 2010 census. http: www.citypopulation.de php china-guangdong-admin.php Meizhou is honored with the titles of Hometown of Culture, Hometown of the Overseas Hakka Chinese and Hometown of Football. title Investment Environment url http: www.gddoftec.gov.cn sq en tz_mz.html accessdate 2006-12-27 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20061014114829 http: www.gddoftec.gov.cn sq en tz_mz.html archivedate 2006-10-14

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