Wuhan

What is Wuhan known for?


shows+playing

fax hours price Beers start at ¥5 content The most popular bar in Wuhan for non-Chinese, VOX is a small bar which regularly has shows on the weekend playing host to underground Chinese acts ranging from rock punk indie experimental. Has a DJ after shows playing electro, indie-dance-rock among other things. *


vocal+guitar

. It was one of the venues for the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup. birth_date ; born 30 March 1985) is a Chinese (Chinese people) singer-songwriter, actress, novelist and photographer. Born in Wuhan, People's Republic of China China


world culture

circulated newspapers of the world. Culture Wuhan is one of the birthplaces of the brilliant ancient Chu Culture in China. Han opera, which is the local opera of Wuhan area, was one of China's oldest and most popular operas. During the late Qing dynasty, Han opera, blended with Hui opera, gave birth to Peking opera, the most popular opera in modern China. Therefore Han opera is called "mother of Peking opera" in China. Language Wuhan natives speak a variety of Southwestern Mandarin Chinese. Cuisine “No needs to be particular about the recipes, all food have their own uses. Rice wine and tangyuan are excellent midnight snacks, while fat bream and flowering Chinese cabbages are great delicacies.” Hankou Zhuzhici (an ancient book recording stories about Wuhan) produced during Daoguang Period of Qing dynasty, reflects indirectly the eating habits and a wide variety of distinctive snacks with a long history in Wuhan, such as Qingshuizong (a pyramid-shaped dumpling made of glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves) in Period of the Warring States, Chunbinbian in Northern & Southern dynasties, mung bean jelly in Sui dynasty, youguo (a deep-fried twisted dough stick) in Song and Yuan dynasties, rice wine and mianwo in Ming and Qing dynasties as well as three-delicacy stuffed skin of bean milk, tangbao (steamed dumpling filled with minced meat and gravy) and hot braised noodles in modern times. Besides the snacks, Hubei cuisine ranks as one of China’s ten major styles of cooking with many representative dishes. With development of more than 2,000 years, Hubei cuisine, originating in Chu Cuisine in ancient times, has developed a lot of distinctive dishes with its own characteristics, such as steamed blunt-snout bream in clear soup, preserved ham with flowering Chinese cabbage, etc. Guozao is a popular way to say having breakfast in Wuhan. It is generally said that Guangzhou is the paradise for eating and Shanghai for dressing, while Wuhan is a combination of both. Sitting favorably at the heart of China, Wuhan has gathered and mixed together various habits and customs from neighboring cities and provinces in all directions, which gives rise to a saying of concentrating diverse customs from different places. right thumb ''Doupi'' on the left and ''Re-gan mian'' on the right (File:Wuhan-meets.jpg) * Hot and Dry Noodles (Re gan mian), ''Re-gan mian'' (热干面) consists of long freshly boiled noodles mixed with sesame paste. The Chinese word ''re'' means hot and ''gan'' means dry. It is considered to be the most typical local food for breakfast. * Duck's neck (Wuhan duck) or ''Ya Bozi'' (鸭脖子) is a local version of this popular Chinese dish, made of duck necks and spices. * Bean skin or ''Doupi'' (豆皮)is a popular local dish with a filling of egg, rice, beef, mushrooms and beans cooked between two large round soybean skins and cut into pieces, structurally like a stuffed pizza without enclosing edges. * Soup dumpling (Xiaolongbao#Related varieties) or ''Xiaolongtangbao''(小笼汤包)is a kind of dumpling with thin skin made of flour, steamed with very juicy meat inside so that is why it is called Tang (soup) Bao (bun), because every time one takes a bite from it the soup inside spills out. * A salty doughnut or ''Mianwo'' (面窝) is a kind of doughnut with a salty taste. It's much thinner than a common doughnut, and is a typical Wuhan local food. Notable people upright thumb Li Na (File:Li na wim08 1.JPG), a professional tennis player, serving at Wimbledon 2008, 1st round against Anastasia Rodionova * Yu Boya (俞伯牙 (:zh:俞伯牙)) – ancient Chinese musician whose musical composition "Flowing Water" was burned on a CD carried by the U.S. space probe Voyager 1 as a representative of the earth civilization in the hope of being picked by humans from other planets. * Wei Brian - Chinese entrepreneur * Peng Xiuwen – composer and conductor * Paula Tsui – singer who spent most of her singing career in Hong Kong * Xu Fan – actress * Liu Yifei – actress and singer * Li Yuanhong – former President of the Republic of China. * Xiong Bingkun (熊秉坤 (:zh:熊秉坤)) – armyman who called the start to the Wuhan Uprising in the Chinese Revolution of 1911 which gave birth to the Republic of China, Asia's first democratic country. * Chang-Lin Tien – seventh Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley (1990–1997), the first Asian to head a major university in the United States. WikiPedia:Wuhan Dmoz:Regional Asia China Hubei Wuhan commons:武汉


classical novels

account of the battle comes from the biography of Zhou Yu in the 3rd century historical text ''Records of the Three Kingdoms'' by Chen Shou. An exaggerated and romanticised account is also a central event in Luo Guanzhong's ''Romance of the Three Kingdoms'', one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. Another candidate is Wuhan, which straddles the Yangtze at the confluence of the Yangtze and Han rivers. It is east of both Wulin (and Chibi City


famous ancient

;), Yu Boya played for the last time over the grave of his friend Zhong Ziqi, then smashed his lute because the only person able to appreciate his music was dead. WikiPedia:Wuhan Dmoz:Regional Asia China Hubei Wuhan commons:武汉


study voice

in Wuhan, Hubei (about 650 miles south-west of Beijing) and is the daughter of a classical musician and a dancer. She studied to be a dancer for five years, before entering the Wuhan Conservatoire to study voice. She continued her studies at the Beijing Conservatory (Central Conservatory of Music) where, as a young student, she was selected to sing with Plácido Domingo in Tian'anmen Square. She then moved to Vancouver to study with Canadian


major long

station - P1040813.JPG thumb Fujiapo Bus station is located a few blocks from Wuchang Railway Station There are two major long distance bus stations, again in Hankou and Wuchang respectively, which tend to have buses visiting both. By boat You can also reach Wuhan via boats on the Yangtze River, either from downstream centers such as Shanghai and Nanjing or from Chongqing further upstream, via the famous Three Gorges route. Get around By bus File:Wuhan - a two


public location

plant life (Botany) and biodiversity amongst the general public. Location Dongbao District "downtown" is located about 3 hours away from Wuhan by bus or rail (rail transportation). A new train service was introduced from Jingmen to Wuhan in 2004. Jingmen is very close to many great tourist attractions such as Changban Slope (Battle of Changban) of Three Kingdoms fame, the Wudang Mountains, and the Ming Tomb in Zhongxiang (a World Heritage site only


military abilities

, they faced elite KMT armies. Liu launched the Southwestern Shandong Campaign defeating over nine brigades of KMT troops. Under this plot and cover, Liu’s army promptly moved south and went into the Dabie Mountain (Dabie Shan) areas. Liu’s armies suffered great losses; half of the troops were wiped out and all of their heavy artilleries were lost, which greatly weakened their military abilities in later campaigns. Liu and Deng's troops survived further rounds of attack. Far away from


close collaboration

to direct the government from Wuhan, Wang was notable for his close collaboration with leading communist figures, including Mao Zedong, Chen Duxiu, and Borodin, and for his faction's provocative land reform policies. Wang later blamed the failure of his Wuhan government on its excessive adoption of communist agendas. Wang's regime was opposed by Chiang Kai-shek, who was in the midst of a bloody purge of communists in Shanghai and was calling for a push farther north. The separation

Wuhan

'''Wuhan''' (

Holding sub-provincial status, At the 2010 census, its built-up (''or metro'') area made of 8 out of 10 urban districts (''all but Xinzhou and Hannan not yet conurbated'') was home to 8,821,658 inhabitants. http: www.citypopulation.de php china-hubei-admin.php It should be mentioned that Hanchuan City in Xiaogan and Huarong District in Ezhou are being conurbated as Wuhan grows.

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