Shaoguan

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-trauma.html title Ancient Human's Head Trauma Points to Foul Play last Welsh first Jennifer publisher Live Science accessdate 17 January 2012 thumb 400px (File:Danxia 0754.jpg) '''Mount Danxia''' (丹霞山) is a famous scenic area near Shaoguan city in the northern part of Guangdong, China (People's Republic of China). The Danxia mountain is formed from a reddish sandstone which has been eroded over time into a series of mountains surrounded by curvaceous cliffs and many unusual


white water

Torrents and Eighteen Shoals is a popular place for white-water rafting. See also * Shaozhou Tuhua * Roman Catholic Diocese of Shaozhou * Matteo Ricci References (Category:Shaoguan) Cities around the Pearl River Delta include Dongguan


good place


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No.1 Peak in Guangdong (Shikengkong with altitude of 1902 meters), Water Loving Valley, Waterfall Groups and Small Yellow Mountain. *

to quartz sandstone. The original site of the Grand Canyon is a ravine in small basin, due to the Yanshan movement effects, makes the crust with block uplift of the expansion, and make partial massif rifting subsidence of the formation of rift valley. Be aware that the place is not really taken care of and that despite the various maps you will see here and there, you will only be able to access a very small part of the canyon, the rest being closed and under guard. The site is not really worth the trip unless you want to see a 100m high but very narrow waterfall. Do Buy Eat Restaurants in Shaoguan are not set as densely as in Guangzhou. A good place to find many restaurants is Heping Road (和平路) at the northern end of the main shopping and pedestrian area. The choices include a McDonalds and various Chinese cuisines. Drink Sleep *


famous scenic

is the town of Maba, home of relics and museum of the Maba Man, Chinese Neanderthals. Near Maba is Nanhua Temple, which was founded by Huineng, the Sixth Patriarch of Zen Buddhism. The large Shaogang iron and steel factory is also located near Maba. Near Shaoguan in Renhua county is located the Danxia (Mount Danxia) Mountain which is a famous scenic area. Northwest of Shaoguan, at the town of Pingshi (Pingshi, Lechang), a dramatic stretch of river known as the Nine

-trauma.html title Ancient Human's Head Trauma Points to Foul Play last Welsh first Jennifer publisher Live Science accessdate 17 January 2012 thumb 400px (File:Danxia 0754.jpg) '''Mount Danxia''' (丹霞山) is a famous scenic area near Shaoguan city in the northern part of Guangdong, China (People's Republic of China). The Danxia mountain is formed from a reddish sandstone which has been eroded over time into a series of mountains surrounded by curvaceous cliffs and many unusual


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brother-in-law and lieutenant Xu Daofu (徐道覆) the governor of Shixing Principality (始興, roughly modern Shaoguan, Guangdong). '''Yúnmén Wényǎn''' (862 or 864 pg 230, Dumoulin 1994. -949 CE), (雲門文偃; ; he is also variously known in English as "Unmon", "Ummon Daishi", "Ummon Zenji"), was a major "Yun-men Wen-yen (864-949) was one of the most eminent Zen

personalities of his time." pg 230, Dumoulin 1994. Chinese (China) Zen master in Tang (Tang Dynasty)-era China. He founded one of the five major schools of Chan (Zen) (Chinese Zen), the "Yunmen school", after succeeding his famous master, Xuefeng Yicun (or Hsueh-feng I-ts'un; another famous disciple of Yicun would be Fa-yen Wen-i (885-958) pg 233


popular place

Torrents and Eighteen Shoals is a popular place for white-water rafting. See also * Shaozhou Tuhua * Roman Catholic Diocese of Shaozhou * Matteo Ricci References (Category:Shaoguan) Cities around the Pearl River Delta include Dongguan


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, in some cities (like Shaoguan), during those times that the scheduled programme's nature is deemed to be "sensitive”, the local TV provider replaces the programme with pre-taped videos (such as on STD (Sexually transmitted disease) AIDS prevention). *TVBS-NEWS “8PM News” (Daily 5AM local time): Replaced with educational videos *January 1, 2004: Shantou, Chaozhou, Meizhou, Zhaoqing, Qingyuan, Yunfu *May 1, 2004: Shanwei, Maoming, Zhanjiang, Shaoguan, Jieyang, Heyuan, Yangjiang (That covered the whole Guangdong province.) *July 1, 2004: Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Taizhou (Taizhou, Zhejiang), Fuzhou (urban area only), Xiamen, Quanzhou Shangchuan Dao - Shangri-La - Shangyuchem - Shangzhi - Shanhaiguan - Shantou - Shanxi - Shao Shan - Shaoguan - Shaolin kung fu - Shaolin Monastery - ''Shaolin Soccer'' - Shaoxing - Shaoyang - Shapingba - Shau Kei Wan - Shaw Studio - She - She (ethnic group) - Sheep (zodiac) - Shen Buhai - Shen Dao - Sinyan Shen (Shen Sinyan) - Shen Zhou - sheng (sheng (instrument)) - Sheng Shicai - Sheng-yen - Shenlong - ''Shenmue'' - Shennong - Shenyang - Shenyang F-6 - Shenzhen - Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport - Shenzhen Stock Exchange - Shenzhou asteroid (8256 Shenzhou) - Shenzhou City - Shenzhou program - Shenzhou (China) - Shenzhou (spacecraft) - ''Shenzhou 1'' - ''Shenzhou 2'' - ''Shenzhou 3'' - ''Shenzhou 4'' - ''Shenzhou 5'' - ''Shenzhou 6'' - ''Shenzhou 7'' - Shenzhou spacecraft - Sheung Wan - Shi (personator) - Shi (poetry) - Shi Hao - ''Shi Jing'' - Shi Lang - Shi Nai'an - Shigatse - Shih Ming-teh - Shiing-Shen Chern - Shijiazhuang - Shikumen - Shilin District - Shilin Yi Autonomous County - Shilin (Stone Forest) - Shing Mun River - Shing-Tung Yau - Shing Wong - Shuangyashan - Shui language - Shui people - Shunde - ''Shuowen Jiezi'' - Shun Hing Square - Shunzhi Emperor of China - Sichuan - Sichuan University - Sihui - Silk - Silk Road - Silkworm - Silkworm missile - Sima Guang - Sima Lun - Sima Qian - Sima Yi - Siming - Simplified Chinese character - SINA.com - SINA Corporation - ''Sing Pao Daily News'' - ''Sing Tao Daily'' - Singapore Airlines Flight 6 - Sinicization - Also in 405, Lu Xun, who had in 404 marched south and captured Panyu (番禺, in modern Guangzhou, Guangdong) during the wars relating to Huan Xuan, offered peace to the imperial government by paying a tribute. Liu Yu, believing that he had no abilities to defeat Lu by this point, made Lu the governor of Guang Province (廣州, modern Guangdong and Guangxi) and Lu's brother-in-law and lieutenant Xu Daofu (徐道覆) the governor of Shixing Principality (始興, roughly modern Shaoguan, Guangdong). '''Yúnmén Wényǎn''' (862 or 864 pg 230, Dumoulin 1994. -949 CE), (雲門文偃;


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, Dumoulin 1994 ) (822-908), for whom he had served as a head monk. When founding his school, he taught at the ''Yunmen'' monastery of Shaozhou (Shaoguan), from which he received his name. The Yunmen school flourished into the early Song Dynasty, with particular influence on the upper classes, and eventually culminating in the compilation and writing of the ''Blue Cliff Record''. The school would eventually be absorbed by the Rinzai school later in the Song. The lineage still lives on to this day through Chan Master Hsu Yun (1840-195?). He rebuilt the Yun men temple and the 6th patriarchs temple Nan-hua Si. The Yunmen school continues through Master Hsu Yun, Fo Yuan, and Master Ming Zhao Shakya, who have disciples in America and abroad. pg 233 of Dumoulin 1994. *Branch airports: Shantou, Meizhou, Zhanjiang **Planned branch airports: Shaoguan, Zhaoqing It has A and B gates, while there are A1-A18 and A124-A133. For the B gates, there are B01-B04, B201-B218, and B224-B233. In February 2003, Wang was sentenced to life in prison, on charges of espionage and terrorism. His trial was closed to the public and lasted for one day. He is imprisoned in Shaoguan Prison in Shaoguan, Guangdong Province, China. nickname '''Patton of Asia, Tiger of Changsha''' birth_place Shaoguan, Guangdong death_place Chiayi County, Taiwan (Taiwan Province), Republic of China DATE OF BIRTH December 26, 1896 PLACE OF BIRTH Shaoguan, Guangdong DATE OF DEATH May 3, 1998 Background Zhang Jiuling was born in 673, during the reign of Emperor Gaozong (Emperor Gaozong of Tang). His family was from Qujiang (曲江) in Shao Prefecture (韶州, roughly modern Shaoguan, Guangdong), which was at the time a relatively remote area of the Tang (Tang Dynasty) empire. His family traced its ancestry to the Jin Dynasty (265-420) chancellor Zhang Hua. His great-grandfather Zhang Junzheng (張君政) served as the secretary general of Shao Prefecture, and therefore settled there. His grandfather Zhang Zizhou (張子冑) served as a county magistrate, and his father Zhang Hongyu (張弘愈) served as a county secretary general. ''New Book of Tang'', vol. 72.the 1930s and 40s, the university was forced to move several times as Japanese armies advanced across China. In 1937, it relocated to Hong Kong as the Japanese occupied Canton, and in 1942, to Kukong (Shaoguan) (now Shaoguan) in northern Kwangtung Province (Guangdong), as the Japanese occupied Hong Kong. After World War II, the university was finally able to return to Canton. '''Huizhou''' (

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'''Shaoguan''' Alternative transliterations include Shiuchow (Chinese Postal Map Romanisation spelling), Shiukwan (Chinese Postal Map Romanisation spelling), Shaokwan, Shao-chow, ), is a prefecture-level city in the north of Guangdong province, People's Republic of China, bordering Hunan to the northwest and Jiangxi to the northeast. It is home to the mummified remains of the sixth Zen Buddhist (Buddhism) patriarch Huineng. Its built-up or metro area made up of Zhenjiang and Wujiang urban districts was home to 688,229 inhabitants at the 2010 census, Qujiang district not being conurbated yet. http: www.citypopulation.de php china-guangdong-admin.php

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