. *Huashi Villa (花石楼), a mansion originally built for a Russian aristocrat *Qingdao Aquarium *Jiaozhou Governor's Hall (提督府), office building of former German governors (''Gouverneurspalast'') and former municipal government *Former German Governor's Mansion *Xinhao Hill (信号山) *Astronomical Observatory Hill (观象山) *Tuan Dao Shan Tuan Dao Shan (Dumpling Peninsula Hill, 团岛山) *Underground World of Chinese Mythology, life-size figures and groups depicting scenes from the Chinese mythology. *Qingdao Hill Fort ruins *Qingdao Naval Museum *The Protestant Church (基督教堂) *Qingdao Bathing Beaches, there are 6 well-known beaches with complete facilities. *Qingdao Aofan sailing base (奥帆基地)
publisher Wilhelm Matzat accessdate June 9, 2010 German influence extended to other areas of Shandong Province, including the establishment of diverse commercial enterprises. Identified by the German authorities as a strategically important port, Qingdao was administered by the Imperial Department of the Navy (Reichsmarineamt) (''Reichsmarineamt'') rather than the Imperial Colonial Office (''Reichskolonialamt''). The navy based their German East Asia Squadron Far East
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. 188 . "Tageblatt für Nord China, a German paper published in Tientsin, and the leading papers published in Shanghai are also largely read in Tsingtau." Tourism Qingdao attracts many tourists due to its seaside setting and temperate weather. Parks, beaches, sculpture and unique German and modern architecture line the shore. The central tourist information is called '''Qingdao Information Centre for International Visitors''' and located on Mid-Hong Kong Road (香港中路
was an underground member of the Communist Party Propaganda Department. By 1932, they had fallen in love and were living together. She joined the "Communist Cultural Front," a circle of artists, writers, and actors, and performed in ''Put Down Your Whip'', a renowned popular play about a woman who escapes from the Japanese-occupied northeastern China and performs in the streets to survive. In February 1933, Jiang took the oath of the Chinese Communist Party with Yu at her side, and she was appointed member of the Chinese Communist Party youth wing. Yu was arrested in April the same year and Jiang subsequently shunned by his family. She fled to her parents' home in Shanghai and returned to the drama school in Jinan, where she was warmly received. Through friendships she had previously established, she received an introduction to attend Shanghai University for the summer where she also taught some general literacy classes. In October, she rejoined the Communist Youth League, and at the same time, began participating in an amateur drama troupe.
was promised the return of other German spheres of influence following the defeat of Germany. However, at the Paris Peace Conference, Japan's claims trumped prior promises to China and the Treaty of Versailles assigned the modern and up-to-date city of Tsingtao (Qingdao) and the Kiautschou Bay (Jiaozhou Bay concession) region to Japan. Subsequent recognition of this Allied betrayal sparked the nationalistic May Fourth Movement, which is regarded as a significant event in modern
Korean corporations on short-term international assignments; when their assignments are completed, many prefer to stay on in China, using the contacts they have made to start their own consulting businesses or import export firms. Other South Koreans also moved to China on their own after becoming unemployed during the 1997 financial crisis (1997 East Asian financial crisis#South Korea); they used funds they had saved up for retirement to open small restaurants or shops.
: web.archive.org web 20070416032031 http: www.interedu.go.kr edu_net overseas sch_formal.htm archivedate 2007-04-16 Most of the population of Koreans in Hong Kong also consists of South Korea expatriates. Typically, they come to China as employees of South Korean corporations on short-term international assignments; when their assignments are completed, many prefer to stay on in China, using the contacts
RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA date 2010-12-15 accessdate 2011-11-22 at 52% of the population. South Korean media reports on the riots increased public awareness of the long working hours and harsh conditions faced by immigrants to the United States in the 1990s.
: www.cqlzr.cn Article_Show.asp?ArticleID 87 ''Independence Movement of Protestant Churches in China'' . Their main method of evangelizing was through the provision of medical support and providing education to people. In September 2006 Wei Wei's song ''I Want to Fly'' (the Mandarin version of ''Where We Are'') was appointed official song for the 2008 Olympic Sailing City of Qingdao by the Chinese Olympic Committee and the Sailing Committee (Qingdao) of Beijing
! url http: www.epiphone.com News Features News 2007 Gibson-Qingdao-Factory-All-Epiphone-All-The-Time.aspx publisher Epiphone.com accessdate 24 February 2012 In 1984 the Chinese government named a district of Qingdao a Special Economic and Technology Development Zone (Special Economic Zones of the People's Republic of China) (SETDZ). Along with this district, the entire city had gone through amazing development of secondary and tertiary industries. As an important trading port
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'''Qingdao''' ( ) means "island".
Qingdao is a major seaport, naval base, and industrial centre. The world's longest sea bridge, the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, links the main urban area of Qingdao with Huangdao district, straddling the Jiaozhou Bay sea areas. A bridge too far? China unveils world's longest sea bridge which is five miles FURTHER than the Dover-Calais crossing Mail Online. Dailymail.co.uk. Retrieved on 2011-08-28. It is also the site of the Tsingtao Brewery, the second largest brewery in China.
In 2007, Qingdao was named as among China's top ten cities by the Chinese Cities Brand Value Report, which was released at the 2007 Beijing Summit of China Cities Forum. url http: eng.hnloudi.gov.cn engld%5Caboutloudi Loudicity Loudihonor 2011 1_327 default.shtml website hnloudi.gov.cn publisher Hunan Loudi Official Government date 2012-03-28 accessdate 2014-06-18 In 2009, Qingdao was named China's most livable city by the Chinese Institute of City Competitiveness. url http: english.cri.cn 6566 2009 07 09 2263s500163.htm title List of 10 Most Livable Cities in China Issued date 2009-07-09 accessdate 2010-12-18