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vegetable''', or '''Chinese pickled vegetable''', although all of these terms may also refer to any of a number of other Chinese pickles, including the several other types in the Sichuan province itself. Pictures and more descriptions of zha cai The terms Chinese cultural sphere and Chinese character cultural sphere are used interchangeably with "Sinosphere" but have different denotations. Chinese cultural sphere denotes a grouping of countries, regions, and people which have participated in or been heavily influenced by the Culture of China, such as Tibet or Sichuan. Countries such as Japan or Viet Nam which did in the past or do now use the Chinese writing system denote the other sense. For Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA) the term has been glossed as "Sinosphere: a socio-political sphere of MSEA, subsuming those countries, cultures, and languages that have historically come under influence from the politics, culture, religion, and languages of China (notably Vietnam, Southwestern China, northern parts of Laos, as well as most urban centers in MSEA)." N.J. Areal Linguistics and Mainland Southeast Asia, ''Annual Review of Anthropology'' 2005. 34:181–206 banksiae''''', commonly referred to as the Lady Banks' Rose, is a species of Rose ''Rosa'' native to central and western China, in the provinces of Gansu, Guizhou, Henan, Hubei, Jiangsu, Sichuan, and Yunnan; it grows in mountains at altitudes of 500–2200 m. '''Salenski's Shrew''' (''Chodsigoa salenskii'') is a red-toothed shrew found only in northern Sichuan, China. It is listed as a critically endangered species due to habitat loss and a restricted range. After the Jin (Jin Dynasty (265–420)) elevated their status by conferring on their ruler the old Xiongnu title of ''chanyu'', in 281, they were ruled, from 285, by Murong Hui for five decades Mark Edward Lewis, ''China Between Empires: The Northern and Southern Dynasties'', Harvard University Press, 2009 pp.132-3 . These Xianbei groups formed the core of the Tuyuhun Empire and numbered about 3.3 million at their peak. They carried out extensive military expeditions westward, reaching as far as Hetian in Xinjiang and the borders of Kashmir and Afghanistan, and established a vast empire that encompassed Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia, northern Sichuan, eastern Shaanxi, southern Xinjiang, and most of Tibet, stretching 1,500 kilometers from east to west and 1,000 kilometers from north to south. They unified northwest China for the first time in history, developed the southern route of the Silk Road, and promoted cultural exchange between the eastern and western territories, dominating the northwest for more than three and half centuries until the Empire was destroyed by the Tibetans (Tibetan Empire) Zhou, Weizhou 周伟洲 (1985). Tuyühu shi The Tuyühu History 吐谷浑史. Yinchuan 银川 , Ningxia ren min chu ban she Ningxia People's Press 宁夏人民出版社. . The Tuyuhun Empire existed as an independent Kingdom outside of China ''Empires of the Silk Road: A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present''. Christopher Beckwith (Christopher I. Beckwith). 2009. Princeton University Press, pp. 128-129. ISBN 978-0-691-13589-2. and was not included as part of Chinese historiography. Commons:Category:Sichuan WikiPedia:Sichuan Dmoz:Regional Asia China Sichuan


Japan

Crow ,a Japanese (Japan) J-pop band, consists of eight studio albums, one extended play, and thirty-one singles. The terms Chinese cultural sphere and Chinese character cultural sphere are used interchangeably with "Sinosphere" but have different denotations. Chinese cultural sphere denotes a grouping of countries, regions, and people which have participated in or been heavily influenced by the Culture of China, such as Tibet or Sichuan. Countries such as Japan or Viet Nam which did in the past or do now use the Chinese writing system denote the other sense. For Mainland Southeast Asia (MSEA) the term has been glossed as "Sinosphere: a socio-political sphere of MSEA, subsuming those countries, cultures, and languages that have historically come under influence from the politics, culture, religion, and languages of China (notably Vietnam, Southwestern China, northern parts of Laos, as well as most urban centers in MSEA)." N.J. Areal Linguistics and Mainland Southeast Asia, ''Annual Review of Anthropology'' 2005. 34:181–206 Asianism Pre- World War II Japanese Pan-Asianism was, at its core, the idea that Asia should unite against European imperialism. Japanese Asianism developed in intertwining among debates on solidarity with Asian nations who were under pressure of the West and on aggressive expansion to the Asian continent. The former debates originated from leftist liberalism. Their ideologues were Tokichi Tarui (1850–1922) who argued for equal Japan-Korea unionization for cooperative defence against the Western powers Tarui, Tokichi (1893) ''Daito Gappo-ron'' , and Kentaro Oi (1843–1922) who attempted domestic constitutional government in Japan and reforms of Korea See Osaka Incident of 1885. . Pan-Asian thought in Japan began to develop in the late 19th century and was spurred on particularly following the defeat of Russia in the Russo-Japanese War (1904–1905). This created interest from Rabindranath Tagore, Sun Wen (Sun Yat-sen) and Sri Aurobindo. Brazil is the world's largest exporter of ethanol. In 2007 it exported 933.4 million gallons (3,532.7 million liters), representing almost 20% of its production, and accounting for almost 50% of the global exports. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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