Yingkou

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---------- 4 Laobian District 老边区 Lǎobiān Qū 130,000 306 426 ---------- 5 Dashiqiao City (Dashiqiao) 大石桥市 Dàshíqiáo Shì 720,000 1,379 522 ---------- 6 Gaizhou City (Gaizhou) 盖州市 Gàizhōu Shì 730,000 2,928 249 Geography

. The charges are $5–7, including 3 meals." See Japan. Teikoku Tetsudōchō, ''An Official Guide to Eastern Asia: Manchuria & Chosen'' (Imperial Japanese Government Railways, 1913):127; See Karl Baedeker, ''Russia: with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking'' (Baedeker, 1914):545, and Cyril Pearl, ''Morrison of Peking'' (Angus & Robertson, 1967):306; By 1920 Newchang was referred to as Yingkou. Astor House or Te-lai-fan-tien (Hsi-pei-chieh, Old Town), see Tetsudōin, Japan., ''An Official Guide


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Panjin sits on the open field between the Liaodong Peninsula and western Liaoning Province. The Shuangtaizi River, which diverts from the Liao River upstream from the city, runs through the city and flows into the Liaodong Bay. The Liao River serves as the border between Panjin and the city of Yingkou. The two other cities that borders Panjin are Jinzhou and Anshan (Anshan, China). *Gouhai Railway;Goubangzi-Tangwangshan 沟海线 *Yingkou Railway; Yingkou-Dashiqiao 营口线 *Lushun Railway; Zhoushuizi-Lushun旅顺线 Geography Huludao is a coastal city on the Bohai Sea at 120°38' east longitude and 40°56' north latitude. It lies in the southwest of Liaoning Province, at the border with Hebei, forming the Bohai Sea economic rim with such cities as Dalian, Yingkou, Qinhuangdao, and Qingdao. As the first city outside the Shanhai Pass, it serves as the gateway into the Northeast. Later in 644, when Emperor Taizong launched a major attack against Goguryeo, he had the generals Li Shiji and Li Daozong lead the forward forces, while commanding the main forces himself, assisted by Zhangsun, Cen, and Yang Shidao. In summer 645, at a major battle against the main Goguryeo forces commanded by the generals Go Yeonsu (高延壽) and Go Hyezin (高惠真) engaged Tang forces, Emperor Taizong had Li Shiji command 15,000 men to serve as decoy, and when Goguryeo forces attacked Li Shiji, Zhangsun Wuji attacked them from behind with 11,000 men, and Li Shiji and Zhangsun, as well as Emperor Taizong himself, defeated Goguryeo forces, forcing their surrender. He then considered directly attacking Goguryeo's capital Pyongyang itself, but Li Shiji believed that if Ansi (安市, in modern Anshan (Anshan, China), Liaoning) was not captured first, the general in command of Ansi (a capable general known in Korean popular legends as Yang Manchun, although whether that was his real name is unknown), might attack Tang forces from the rear. Emperor Taizong agreed, and therefore put Ansi under siege again. However, the commander at Ansi was a capable defender, and the resolve of the defenders was strengthened when Li Shiji, in anger, declared that after the fall of the city all residents would be slaughtered. With the Tang forces bogged down in sieging Ansi, a number of officials suggested skipping past Ansi and attacking Ogol (烏骨, in modern Dandong, Liaoning) and then head toward Pyongyang. Zhangsun opposed, believing the strategy to be too risky without first capturing Ansi and Geonan (建安, in modern Yingkou, Liaoning) first. Emperor Taizong agreed and continued sieging Ansi, but still could not capture it. In fall 645, with winter approaching, Emperor Taizong was forced to withdraw. (The Song Dynasty historian Hu Sansheng, the commentator to the ''Zizhi Tongjian'', commented that overcautiousness was what cost Emperor Taizong the victory, indirectly blaming Zhangsun for opposing the strategy to attack Pyongyang directly.) As the army retreated, Zhangsun was responsible for building a temporary bridge over the Liao River to allow the army to cross. In 1868, Burns died after a short illness in Yingkou (Newchwang), (Liaoning Province). * Hankow (by 1911), Marcus Lorenzo Taft, ''Strange Siberia along the Trans-Siberian Railway: a Journey from the Great Wall of China to the Skyscrapers of Manhattan'' (New York: Eaton & Mains, 1911):41; Cyril Pearl, ''Morrison of Peking'' (Angus & Robertson, 1967):233; ''The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society'' 21-22 (1905):26. * Newchang (Yingkou) (by 1913) There was an Astor House in Newchang, Manchuria by 1913. Also known previously as Niu-chuang. The Astor House Hotel (Fu-lai Kochan) "stands on the wharf by the Custom House at East Yingkou....This is the only European hotel in the city owned and managed by a European. The charges are $5–7, including 3 meals." See Japan. Teikoku Tetsudōchō, ''An Official Guide to Eastern Asia: Manchuria & Chosen'' (Imperial Japanese Government Railways, 1913):127; See Karl Baedeker, ''Russia: with Teheran, Port Arthur, and Peking'' (Baedeker, 1914):545, and Cyril Pearl, ''Morrison of Peking'' (Angus & Robertson, 1967):306; By 1920 Newchang was referred to as Yingkou. Astor House or Te-lai-fan-tien (Hsi-pei-chieh, Old Town), see Tetsudōin, Japan., ''An Official Guide to Eastern Asia'', 2nd ed. (The Dept., 1920):211-212. * Swatow (by 1915), The Astor House Hotel (Shik-i-lau) in Kia-lat. See Teikoku Tetsudōchō, Japan, ''An Official Guide to Eastern Asia: Trans-Continental Connections between Europe and Asia'' Vol. 4 (Imperial Japanese Government Railways, 1915):297. Hisense has 13 manufacturing facilities in China (located in the provinces of: Guangdong, Guizhou, Huzhou, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Linyi, Shandong, Sichuan, Yangzhou, Yingkou, Xinjiang, Zibo and the municipality (Direct-controlled municipality) of Beijing) and several outside of China, namely in Hungary, South Africa, Egypt, Algeria and France. Timeline Hisense Official Site Murong Huang carried out strict and harsh enforcement of laws and regulations, which unsettled some of his subordinates. His suspicions of Murong Han, Murong Ren, and Murong Zhao also became clear. Murong Han, in fear, fled to the Duan tribe (Dukedom of Liaoxi) and became a general for the Duan chief Duan Liao (段遼). Murong Ren and Murong Zhao conspired to have Murong Ren attack the capital Jicheng (棘城, in modern Jinzhou, Liaoning) from his defense post of Pingguo (平郭, in modern Yingkou, Liaoning) and for Murong Zhao to rise within Jicheng to join him, ready to divide the dukedom if they succeeded. Murong Ren soon launched a surprise attack, but scouts by Murong Huang discovered the attack and readied for the attack, so Murong Ren instead captured the cities in the eastern dukedom (Liaodong Peninsula). Forces that Murong Huang sent to attack him were repelled, and Murong Ren claimed for himself the Duke of Liaodong title as well. Jin messengers sent to bestow on Murong Huang the same titles his father had were interccepted and detained by Murong Ren. Wikipedia:Yingkou Commons:Yingkou


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of the Korean Peninsula and unified the parts of the peninsula south of the Taedong River. Several major cities are located on the Hun He, including Shenyang, the provincial capital, Fushun, farther upstream, and Yingkou at the mouth. Anshan (Anshan, China) is located on the southeastern edge of the basin. arena Tiexi Gymnasium city Yingkou, Liaoning, China (People's Republic of China) colors red, black Geography


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; Dandong, and the Zhuanghe Huayuankou Industrial Zone. thumb left Tian Fei Gong, Nanjing (File:Tianfei Palace Nanjing.jpg) Aside from Fujian, there are more than 40 temples dedicated to Mazu in Guangdong and Hainan, and more than 30 in Jiangsu and Zhejiang. In northern China (North China), there are large Mazu temples in Tianjin, Weihai, Yingkou, Qinhuangdao, Qingdao, Changdao Islands (also named "Temple Islands" after the Mazu temple


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from behind with 11,000 men, and Li Shiji and Zhangsun, as well as Emperor Taizong himself, defeated Goguryeo forces, forcing their surrender. He then considered directly attacking Goguryeo's capital Pyongyang itself, but Li Shiji believed that if Ansi (安市, in modern Anshan (Anshan, China), Liaoning) was not captured first, the general in command of Ansi (a capable general known in Korean popular legends as Yang Manchun, although whether that was his real name is unknown), might

attack Tang forces from the rear. Emperor Taizong agreed, and therefore put Ansi under siege again. However, the commander at Ansi was a capable defender, and the resolve of the defenders was strengthened when Li Shiji, in anger, declared that after the fall of the city all residents would be slaughtered. With the Tang forces bogged down in sieging Ansi, a number of officials suggested skipping past Ansi and attacking Ogol (烏骨, in modern Dandong, Liaoning) and then head toward Pyongyang


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s of Panjin are known worldwide for their good tastes right from the sea and in products made in Liaoning for export domestically and internationally. Trade The cities of Dalian, Dandong and Yingkou have been developed as major ports and economic gateways to all of northeast China. Central Liaoning City Cluster (Shenyang Metro Area) The Central Liaoning city cluster is a Megalopolis (Megalopolis (city type)) centering at Shenyang (urban population 4


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the provincial capital of Shenyang, , occupying a mere 4.9% of the provincial area. The city has a total

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-Dashiqiao 营口线 *Lushun Railway; Zhoushuizi-Lushun旅顺线 Geography Huludao is a coastal city on the Bohai Sea at 120°38' east longitude and 40°56' north latitude. It lies in the southwest of Liaoning Province, at the border with Hebei, forming the Bohai Sea economic rim with such cities as Dalian, Yingkou, Qinhuangdao, and Qingdao. As the first city outside the Shanhai Pass, it serves as the gateway into the Northeast. Later in 644, when Emperor


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of Japan's colonial program, and instigated agricultural research into development of soybean farming. Land under cultivation expanded 70% in 20 years. Coox, Nomonhan pp.21 * Yingkou, China * Jinzhou, People's Republic of China

Yingkou

'''Yingkou''' ( ) is a prefecture-level city of Liaoning province, People's Republic of China. It is a port city of the Bohai Sea, and is the location of the mouth of the Liao River.

The city has a total area of , and a population of 2,428,534 at the 2010 census whom 1,340,993 in the built up area made of 3 urban districts (Zhanqian, Xishi (Xishi District) and Laobian) and Dashiqiao City now linked to the urban core.

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