Yulin, Shaanxi

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to the west of Yulin which is drilling wells for natural gas, and this has brought a good deal of money into the local economy. This new oil gas development is the current largest onshore project cooperated by the PetroChina and International Energy Company (Shell) in Mainland of China since 1999 (Product Sharing Contract(PSC) signed). In 2005, this project progressed to the construction and drilling phase and delivered gas into Shaanxi-Jing No.2 pipeline in 2007. The target annual gas production is 3


year high

Apr high C 18.4 May high C 24.4 Jun high C 28.3 Jul high C 29.8 Aug high C 27.8 Sep high C 22.9 Oct high C 16.3 Nov high C 7.8 Dec high C 0.7 Jan low C −15.9 Feb low C −11.3 Mar low C −3.6 Apr low C 3.2 May low C 9.3 Jun low C 14.0 Jul low C 17.1 Aug low C 15.9 Sep low C 9.7 Oct low C 2.6 Nov low C −5.3 Dec low C −13.0 year high C 15.7 year low C 1.9 year high F 60.2 year low F 35.4 precipitation colour


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is relatively recent, formed around 1929 due to increased rainfall in the early 20th century; before, the basin was a wetland. The lake is supplied by four rivers, but there is no outflow. When its surface area was about However, the lake has been shrinking sharply over the past decade, to

of precipitation annually, 73% of which occurs from June to September. Due to the aridity, diurnal temperature variation is large for most of the year, averaging annually. With monthly percent possible sunshine ranging from 60% in three months to 65% in four months, the city receives 2,780 hours of bright sunshine annually.

197.8 Jan percentsun 65 Feb sun 187.7 Feb percentsun 62 Mar sun 220.3 Mar percentsun 60 Apr sun 245.0 Apr percentsun 62 May sun 282.4 May percentsun 65 Jun sun 278.8 Jun percentsun 63 Jul sun 269.5 Jul percentsun 60 Aug sun 252.1 Aug percentsun 60 Sep sun 232.5 Sep percentsun 62 Oct sun 225.7 Oct percentsun 65 Nov sun 198.5 Nov percentsun 65 Dec sun 186.5 Dec percentsun 63 source 1


mausoleum

Yi'nan, creating Yi'nan the Zhenzhupiqie Khan (or Zhenzhu Khan in short). thumb right 300px Genghis Khan's Mausoleum located in Inner Mongolia, China (Image:Genghis khan mausoleum.jpg) The '''Mausoleum of Genghis Khan''' ( ) is located along a river in Kandehuo Enclosure, Xinjie Town, Ejen Khoruu Banner, Ordos Prefecture-Level City (Ordos City) (formerly Yeke Juu league), Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China. The Mausoleum is a cenotaph, where

the coffin contains no body, but only headdresses and accessories, because the actual Tomb of Genghis Khan has never been discovered. It was built between 1954 to 1956 by the government of the PRC in the traditional Mongol style. The mausoleum is located in the town of Ejin Horo Qi, ) on highway 210 leading


426

. In 426, a decisive battle would largely end Western Qin as a threat to Northern Liang. Qifu Chipan and his crown prince Qifu Mumo were launching a major attack on Northern Liang. Juqu Mengxun sent messengers to persuade the Xia emperor Helian Chang (Helian Bobo's son and successor) to make a surprise attack on the Western Qin capital Fuhan (枹罕, in modern Linxia, Gansu). Helian Chang, in response, sent his general Hulu Gu (呼盧古) to attack Wanchuan and Wei Fa (韋伐) to attack

Nan'an (南安, in modern Dingxi, Gansu), and while Western Qin was able to hold Wanchuan, Nan'an fell, at great loss. In winter 426, Xia forces commanded by Hulu and Wei attack Fuhan, forcing Qifu Gangui to move the capital to Dinglian (定連, also in Linxia), and Hulu and Wei then captured another important Western Qin city, Xiping (西平, in modern Xining, Qinghai), and while they then withdrew, Western Qin had been dealt a major blow. Later that year, with Emperor Taiwu of Northern

Wei having in turn defeated Helian Chang in battle, capturing Chang'an and nearly capturing the Xia capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) as well, Juqu Mengxun sent messengers to Northern Wei offering to submit as a vassal. In 426, Emperor Taiwu began to look for a target to make a concentrated attack—asking his officials for their opinions on whom to attack between Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms)) and Rouran, and his officials were divided in their opinions


music research

.jsp?dsid SURF_CLI_CHN_MUL_MMON_19712000_CES&tpcat SURF&type table&pageid 3 China Meteorological Administration Transportation *Yulin Yuyang Airport *Shenyan Railway *China National Highway 210 History Yulin played host to the 11th CHIME (European Foundation for Chinese Music Research) conference in August 2006. Administration Yulin consists of one county-level administrative district, and 11 counties. class "wikitable" style "font-size:90%;" align center !colspan "7" align "center" Map - colspan "7" align "center" 400px (File:Yulin mcp.png) - ! # ! Name ! Hanzi ! Hanyu Pinyin ! Population (2004 est.) ! Area (km²) ! Density ( km²) ---------- 1 Yuyang District (Name unknown) was the wife of Helian Chang, an emperor of the Chinese (History of China) Xiongnu state Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms)). Very little is known about her—not even her name or when she was created empress. When the Xia capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) fell to Northern Wei forces in 427, she was captured, along with her mother-in-law, even though her husband fled to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu). Nothing is known about her fate after she was captured. After Helian Chang was captured by Northern Wei in 428, Emperor Taiwu of Northern Wei married one of his sisters, the Princess Shipping, to him. The succession table below assumes that she was created empress when Helian Chang became emperor in 425, although that is obviously speculation. During Helian Chang's reign After Helian Bobo's death in 425, Helian Ding's older brother Helian Chang (who had replaced Helian Gui as crown prince in 424) succeeded him. Helian Chang gave Helian Ding more authorities than before, and Helian Ding quickly became one of the major generals that his brother relied on. After rival Northern Wei's general Daxi Jin (達奚斤) captured the important city of Chang'an in 426, Helian Chang sent Helian Ding south in spring 427 from the capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) to try to capture Chang'an. He became stalemated with Daxi at Chang'an.


spectacular view

Mongolia ) to the north, Xinzhou and Lüliang (Shanxi) to the east, Yan'an to the south, and Wuzhong (Ningxia) to the west. To the north and northwest of the city lies the Ordos Desert, though the countryside is very green due to the many small shrubs which have been planted to slow the process of desertification. The city is based in a valley which extends north-south, which rises to a very large vantage point to the north east, where a spectacular view of the west and northwest is seen. Lake Hongjiannao Lake Hongjiannao lies on the border of Yulin and Ordos City, Inner Mongolia (39°06′N, 109°53′E). It is China's largest "desert freshwater lake". (Name unknown) was the wife of Helian Chang, an emperor of the Chinese (History of China) Xiongnu state Xia (Xia (Sixteen Kingdoms)). Very little is known about her—not even her name or when she was created empress. When the Xia capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) fell to Northern Wei forces in 427, she was captured, along with her mother-in-law, even though her husband fled to Shanggui (上邽, in modern Tianshui, Gansu). Nothing is known about her fate after she was captured. After Helian Chang was captured by Northern Wei in 428, Emperor Taiwu of Northern Wei married one of his sisters, the Princess Shipping, to him. The succession table below assumes that she was created empress when Helian Chang became emperor in 425, although that is obviously speculation. During Helian Chang's reign After Helian Bobo's death in 425, Helian Ding's older brother Helian Chang (who had replaced Helian Gui as crown prince in 424) succeeded him. Helian Chang gave Helian Ding more authorities than before, and Helian Ding quickly became one of the major generals that his brother relied on. After rival Northern Wei's general Daxi Jin (達奚斤) captured the important city of Chang'an in 426, Helian Chang sent Helian Ding south in spring 427 from the capital Tongwan (統萬, in modern Yulin (Yulin, Shaanxi), Shaanxi) to try to capture Chang'an. He became stalemated with Daxi at Chang'an.


original great

the original city wall, some of which has been restored. Other cultural relics include the Zhen Bei Tai watchtower, built during the Ming Dynasty, which is the largest troop fortress built on the entire Great Wall, with original and restored pieces of the original Great Wall juxtaposed on both sides. There is a large restoration in process on this area of the Great Wall. In addition, pieces of the ancient Great Wall built during the Qin Dynasty are scattered along the outskirts of town. There is also


famous historical

River Category:Cities in Shaanxi (Category:Yulin, Shaanxi) Category:National Famous Historical and Cultural Cities in China In 628, with Ashina Duobi and Ashina Shibobi having a fallout, Ashina Shibobi submitted to Emperor Taizong, as did the chieftains of Khitan (Khitan people) tribes, who had previously submitted to Eastern Tujue. With Eastern Tujue in turmoil, Ashina Duobi was no longer able to protect the last late-Sui rebel ruler who along remained standing against Tang


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.jsp?dsid SURF_CLI_CHN_MUL_MMON_19712000_CES&tpcat SURF&type table&pageid 3 China Meteorological Administration Transportation *Yulin Yuyang Airport *Shenyan Railway *China National Highway 210 History Yulin played host to the 11th CHIME (European Foundation for Chinese Music Research) conference in August 2006. Administration Yulin consists of one county-level administrative district, and 11 counties. class "wikitable" style "font

the coffin contains no body, but only headdresses and accessories, because the actual Tomb of Genghis Khan has never been discovered. It was built between 1954 to 1956 by the government of the PRC in the traditional Mongol style. The mausoleum is located in the town of Ejin Horo Qi, ) on highway 210 leading

Yulin, Shaanxi

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