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Cyclopedia year 1910 author editor Marcus Benjamin, Arthur Elmore Bostwick, Gerald Van Casteel, George Jotham Hagar publisher D. Appleton and company, edition location NEW YORK isbn page 432 pages accessdate 18 July 2011 (Original from the University of Michigan) During the late Qing dynasty, in the 1800s, the Ningbo authorities contracted Cantonese pirates to exterminate and massacre Portuguese pirates who raided Cantonese shipping around Ningbo. The massacre was "
;successful", with 40 Portuguese dead and only 2 Chinese dead, being dubbed "The Ningpo Massacre" by an English correspondent, who noted that the Portuguese pirates had behaved savagely towards the Chinese, and that the Portuguese authorities at Macau should have reined in the pirates. During late Qing era, Western missionaries set up a Presbyterian Church in Ningbo. Li Veng-eing was a Reverend of the Ningpo Church. WikiPedia:Ningbo commons:宁波
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by the Presbyterian Mission Press of Ningbo in 1846. Robert Thom, ''The Chinese Speaker; or, Extracts from Works Written in the Mandarin Language, as Spoken at Peking'' (Ningpo: Presbyterian mission Press, 1846). Edward Charles Bowra of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs published a translation of the first eight chapters in 1868 E. C. Bowra ''The China Magazine'' (Hong Kong: Noronha & Sons, 1868–1870) University of Virginia Chinese Text Initiative (This etext contains only the Preface and Chapter 1) and H. Bencraft Joly of the first fifty-six chapters in 1892. The Dream of the Red Chamber or (Hung Lou Meng) (Hong Kong: Kelly & Walsh) 1891, 1892. ''Hung Lou Meng'', from the Project Gutenberg, Hong Kong: Kelly & Walsh, 1892–1893, paper published edition is also available. Wildside Press, ISBN 0-8095-9268-1; and Hard Press, November 3, 2006, ISBN 1-4069-4079-8. Text of the 1892–1893 English translation at University of Adelaide; rpr. with a new foreword by John Minford, Tokyo; North Clarendon, Vt.: 2010 ISBN 0-8048-4096-2. * WikiPedia:Ningbo commons:宁波
, with Prince Mikasa, a special screening by Shiro Ishii of a film showing imperial planes loading germ bombs for bubonic dissemination over Ningbo in 1940. Daniel Barenblatt, ''A Plague upon Humanity'', 2004, p.32. :"It has been said of the Ningbo fishermen that, 'no people in the world apparently made so great an advance in the art of fishing; and for centuries past no people have made so little further progress.'"
japan-triggered-bubonic-plague-outbreak-doctor-claims-704147.html , http: www.scaruffi.com politics wwii.html, A time-line of World War II, Scaruffi Piero. Prince Tsuneyoshi Takeda and Prince Mikasa received a special screening by Shirō Ishii of a film showing imperial planes loading germ bombs for bubonic dissemination over Ningbo in 1940. (Daniel Barenblatt, ''A Plague upon Humanity'', 2004, p.32.) All these weapons were experimented with on humans before being used in the field
Changle Station, 2014-07-06.JPG thumb right 200px Line 1 train leaving Xujiacao Changle Station Ningbo has one metro line in service consisting of Line 1 (Line 1, Ningbo Rail Transit), which is 20.9 kilometers in length and has 20 stations. More lines are under construction. Line 2 (Line 2, Ningbo Rail Transit) and an eastern extension of Line 1 are scheduled to be finished in the year 2015. Future plans are for 6 metro lines serving Ningbo. Military Ningbo is the headquarters
, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 19, 821 phone +86 574 8729 3526 tollfree fax hours price content Tianyi Pavilion is the oldest private library in existence in China. Tianyi Pavilion was built in 1561 in the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). The Tianyi Pavilion is not only world famous for its wide collection of books, but also for its unique architecture and elegant landscape. The Tianyi Pavilion has a flush gable roof, and is six bays wide and deep, with a corridor extending from the front
City Cixi , is the longest bridge over a continuous body of sea water in the world. Music Zhejiang is the home of ''Yueju (Shaoxing opera)'' (越 (wiktionary:越)劇 (wiktionary:劇)), one of the most prominent forms of Chinese opera. ''Yueju'' originated in Shengzhou and is traditionally performed by actresses only, in both male and female roles. Other important opera traditions include Yongju (Ningbo opera) (of Ningbo), Shaoju (of Shaoxing), Ouju (of Wenzhou
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pic Ningbo name.svg piccap "Ningbo", as written in Chinese picsize 122px t 寧波 s 宁波 p Níngbō w Ning-po j ning 4 bo 1 wuu nying 平 po 平 poj Lêng-pho h Nèn-pô l tranquil waves showflag wuu order st ''' as of the 2010 census, the municipality had a population of 7.6 million — with 3.5 residing in the built-up (''or metro'') area made of the 6-district urban area proper. Ningbo lies south of the Hangzhou Bay, which separates it from the municipalities of Jiaxing and Shanghai; to the east it faces the East China Sea; borders Shaoxing to the west; borders Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang) to the south; and is separated from Zhoushan by a narrow body of water.