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Taizhou, Jiangsu

, Jiangsu Taizhou . Taixing city is situated to the south, while Xinghua city is to the north. Biography Méi was born in Taizhou, Jiangsu in 1894 into a family of Beijing Opera and Kūnqǔ (Kunqu) performers. He made his stage debut at the Guanghe Theatre in 1904 when he was 10 years old. Folk cultural heritage recalls national memory, People's Daily Online, February 14, 2006. In his 50-year stage career, he maintained strong continuity while always working on new techniques. His most famous roles were those of female characters; skillful portrayal of women won him international acclaim, and his smooth, perfectly timed, poised style has come to be known in opera circles as the “Méi School.” He also played an important part in continuing the performance tradition of Kūnqǔ, noted particularly for his interpretations of Dù Lìniáng (Du Liniang) (杜丽娘; in ''The Peony Pavilion'') and Bái Sùzhēn (白素贞; in ''Leifeng Pagoda'') and Beauty Yu (in ''Farewell My Concubine (Farewell My Concubine (play))''). Mei's famous portrayal of Beauty Yu was so historically moving that Wenting Song say he is one of the greatest vocal artists in modern China. Joshua Goldstein, "Mei Lanfang and the Nationalization of Peking Opera, 1912-1930," ''positions: east asia cultures critique'' 7.2 (2009): 377-420. '''Shengao''' town is a township in Jiangyan city, Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu), Jiangsu province. It is called the ''hometown of fish and rice'' because of the high quality of the fish and rice production in the town. It is among the first of the opening cities designated by the State Council of China (State Council of the People's Republic of China). '''Jiangsu Jiangyan Middle School''' also called Jiangyan High or Jiangzhong for abbreviation, is located at Jiangyan City, Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu) Prefecture, Jiangsu, where CPC General secretary, Chinese president Hu Jintao was born and raised.It is a high school famous for its elite education systems.The high school was founded by Gao Hama in 1939 . In 1980, it was named a Key Middle School (重点中学) by the government of Jiangsu province. Then in 1996 it was designated as a Provincial Run School (省立中学)and passed the National Model School Qualification (国家级示范性高中验收) in 1999. Scenery '''Hou Yifan''' ( is a Chinese (Han Chinese) chess prodigy. She is the reigning Women's World Chess Champion, the youngest ever to win the title, as well as the youngest female player ever to qualify for the title of Grandmaster (Grandmaster (chess)).


Kherson

made his 1878 stage debut in the role of the lover Marcus, in a production in Kherson, Ukraine, in which Israel Rosenberg played the title role. Adler, 1999, 107 Sokrates Starynkiewicz was born December 18, 1820 in Taganrog at the Azov Sea, to the family of Ivan Starynkiewicz, a bank owner. In 1836 he joined the Imperial Russian (Russian Empire) army and graduated from several engineering and artillery schools. After promotion to officer rank he served in various staff posts. Among others, he took part in the Hungarian Campaign and Crimean War, for which he was promoted to colonel in 1858. In 1863, during the January Uprising he was retired. Soon afterwards he was promoted to major general and assigned to the Russian Ministry of Interior. Between 1868 and 1871 he was briefly the military governor of Kherson, but he left that post and became the governor of Prince Anatoliy Demidov's estates near Kiev and in Podolia. Earliest mails The earliest mail service between St Petersburg and Constantinople consisted of diplomatic pouches carried from 1721 on. The Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca in 1774 provided for a regular mail service, for which a consular post office was established in Constantinople. It began using handstamped postal markings around 1830. Beginning in 1779 a mail boat circulated between Constantinople and Kherson, and 1781 saw the establishment of an overland route through Bucharest to Bratzlav. Transportation The Zaporizhia transportation system includes roadway, rail, river and air options for passenger and freight transit. Public city transport includes buses, minivans, trams, trolleybuses and railways. The city has two railway stations, Zaporizhia-the-First and Zaporizhia-the-Second. The First is the central station. It is located in the southern part of the city and is a part of the "north-south" transit route Simferopol-Moscow. The line of the Zaporizhia-the-Second station connects the Donbass coalfield with Kryvoi Rog (Kryvyi Rih) iron ore site. Two river ports connect Kiev to Kherson and cutter boats (Cutter (boat)) travel between Zaporizhia and nearby villages. The city's sole airport (Zaporizhia International Airport) includes both domestic and international flights. New cities founded during colonization included Novorossiysk, Yekaterinoslav (now Dnipropetrovsk), Nikolaev, Kherson, and Odessa. Also the cities such as Mariupol and Staryi Krym (Donetsk oblast) that were founded on national basis reflect the ethnic composition in the region. Administration Upon creation, the territory of the host was governed by the military government. Later, a dedicated military executive office was created, which was headed by the host's ataman. In military matters, this office was subordinated to Kherson's military governor and, since 1802, to the Crimean Inspectorate. In civil matters, the office was subordinated to the Governor of Taurida Governorate. After having advanced to the Danube, the Russians formed the Danube Military Flotilla for the purpose of guarding the Danube estuary. In 1773 the vessels of the Azov Flotilla (created anew in 1771) sailed out into the Black Sea. The Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774 ended victoriously for Russia, which gained the coasts of the Sea of Azov and a part of the Black Sea coastline between the rivers Bug (Southern Bug) and Dniester. The Crimea was pronounced independent under Russia's protectorate and would become a part of Russia in 1783. In 1778, the Russians founded the port of Kherson. It is in this city that the first battleship of the Black Sea Fleet was commissioned in 1783. A year later, it was already a squadron. In 1900, its 21,282 inhabitants were Ukrainians, Jews and Mennonites, who carry on agriculture and shipbuilding. The old Sich, or fortified camp of the Zaporozhian Cossacks, brilliantly described in N. V. Gogol (Nikolai Gogol)'s novel Taras Bulba (1834), was situated a little higher up the river. Numbers of graves in the vicinity recall the battles which were fought for the possession of this important strategic point. One of them, close to the town, contained, along with other Scythian antiquities, the well-known precious vase representing the capture of wild horses. Even now Nikopol, which is situated on the highway from Dnipropetrovsk to Kherson, is the point where the "salt-highway" of the Chumaks (Ukrainian salt-carriers) to the Crimea crosses the Dnieper. Nikopol is, further, one of the chief places on the lower Dnieper for the export of corn, linseed, hemp and wool. * Wikipedia:Kherson


Krasnodar

subsequently became her vocal mentor. Jessica Duchen, " Anna Netrebko: A rare jewel from the East". ''The Independent'', 6 November 2006. Under Gergiev's guidance, Netrebko made her operatic stage debut at the Mariinsky at age 22, as Susanna in ''Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)''. She went on to sing many prominent roles with the Kirov Opera, including Amina in ''La sonnambula'', Pamina in ''Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'', Rosina in ''Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)'', and Lucia in ''Lucia di Lammermoor''. Grigorovich was born into a family connected with the Imperial Russian Ballet. He graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School (Imperial Ballet School) in 1946 and danced as a soloist of the Kirov Ballet until 1962. His staging of Sergey Prokofiev's ''The Stone Flower (The Tale of the Stone Flower (Prokofiev))'' (1957) and of ''The Legend of Love (The Legend of Love (ballet))'' (1961) brought him acclaim as a choreographer. In 1964 he moved to the Bolshoi Theatre, where he would work as an artistic director until 1995. His most famous productions at the Bolshoi were ''The Nutcracker'' (1966), ''Spartacus (Spartacus (ballet))'' (1967), and ''Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible (ballet))'' (1975). He controversially reworked ''Swan Lake'' to produce a happy end for the story in 1984. In 1995, he was accused of having allowed the theatre to plunge into stagnation and after many a squabble was ousted from office. Thereupon he choreographed for various Russian companies before settling in Krasnodar, where he set up his own company. Grigorovich has been heading the juries of numerous international competitions in classical ballet. After the death of his wife, the great ballerina Natalia Bessmertnova, on February 19, 2008, he has been offered the opportunity to return to the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) again in the capacity of ballet master and choreographer. birth_date


Craiova

, Wallachia, he made his stage debut in 1835 and, in 1838, organized a theatre company in Iaşi, Moldavia, which became part of the first Romanian National Theatre (Iaşi National Theatre). He worked in many Romanian regional theatres, especially in Iaşi, Craiova and Botoşani, and encouraged the usage of plays by Romanian dramatists of the day, especially those of Vasile Alecsandri and Constantin Negruzzi. Between 1852 and 1855, Costache Caragiale was the first director


Stratford, Ontario

; the winner on the second occasion was John Wilkinson (John Wilkinson (Ontario politician)) of the Ontario Liberal Party. Murray made his stage debut at Stratford-upon-Avon in 1933, and he played such parts as Seyton in ''Macbeth'', among smaller roles. He later did seasons at the Malvern Festival and at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, where he played Hamlet. He worked at the Old Vic in London with Laurence Olivier and Tyrone Guthrie. He also played at the Open Air


Kutaisi

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Hamar

through all curves on the main lines and on the steepest sections. It also features better acceleration and deceleration than its predecessors. With the change of schedules from 2 June 1985, this resulted in travel time between Røros and Hamar being reduced by one hour, a reduction of 25 minutes between Trondheim and Steinkjer, and a reduction of 50 minutes between Trondheim and Grong. At the same time, the schedules were changed for optimal correspondence, such as with the night train in Trondheim and departures from Trondheim Airport, Værnes. The Røros Line also received a single daily through train from Røros to Oslo. The area is not distinctly defined, but is normally considered to be located within the limits of the municipalities Løten, Hamar and Ringsaker. In the southern parts


Batumi

.'' In: ''Contemporary European History'' Volume 18, Issue 1 (2009), p. 49 DATE OF BIRTH 1 May 1896 PLACE OF BIRTH Batumi, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Russian Empire DATE OF DEATH 6 April 1947 Early life Mikheil Gelovani was a descendant of the old Georgian princely house of Gelovani. Dumin, Grebelskii, Lapin. p. 80. He made his stage debut in a theater in Batumi during 1913. From 1919 to 1920, he attended the Drama Studio in Tiflis. In the two following years, he was a member of the cast in the city's Rustaveli Theatre. From 1923, he worked as an actor and a director in Georgian SSR's Goskinprom film studio. Torchinov, Leontiuk. p. 146. At 1924, he first appeared on screen in the film ''Three Lives (Three Lives (film))''. Yutkevich, Afanaseev. p. 92. He moved to the Armenian SSR's Armenkino production company at 1927. In addition to his cinematic work, Gelovani continued to appear in theater, and performed on stages in Kutaisi and Baku. In 1936 he returned to the ensemble of the Rustaveli Theatre, and remained there for three years. Prokhorov. p. 160. Chveneburi had arrived in Turkey basically in three waves of migration due to ethnic cleansing and pograms of Muslims by the Russian Empire. The first wave was during and after the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-1829 when the Sublime Porte consigned its sovereignty over several parts of Georgia to the Russian Empire. Minor immigrations had also followed until Russo-Turkish War, 1877–1878 when the major wave of immigration involved immigrants from historic Georgian regions that had considerable Muslim populations like Artvin, Adjara, Ardahan, Samtskhe, and Lower Guria (Guria). Adjarians were also known by their places of origin, such as ''Batumlular'' for people from Batumi, ''Çürüksulular'' for people from Kobuleti. This wave of being ''muhajir (muhajir (Caucasus))s'', known as ''muhajiroba'' (მუჰაჯირობა) had left many Muslim-majority regions of Georgia virtually depopulated. The last sizeable wave of immigration was in 1921 when Turkey finally gave up her claims on Adjara in the Treaty of Kars with the Soviet republics (Soviet Union). This last wave also involved Turkish (Turkish language)-speaking Muslims from Upper Adjara. -bgcolor "pink" 3. 2000 Batumi, Georgia (Georgia (country)) Carpet $75K WikiPedia:Batumi Commons:Category:Batumi


Huntington Beach, California

in length, it is one of the longest public piers on the West Coast (West Coast of the United States). (The longest is Oceanside Pier at 1,942 feet). It has been damaged or destroyed four times; in 1912, 1939, 1983 and most recently on January 17, 1988 destroying the End Cafe for the second time in the decade. '''Clayton ("Clay") Evans''' (born October 28, 1953 in El Bagic, Colombia) is a former medley (Medley swimming) swimmer from Canada, who was born in South America to Canadian parents. He moved to Huntington Beach, California at age fifteen and was recruited by UCLA on a swimming and water polo scholarship. Before entering UCLA, Evans represented Canada in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.


Winston-Salem, North Carolina

John Ehle, Ehle made her stage debut as a toddler in a 1973 Broadway revival of ''A Streetcar Named Desire (A Streetcar Named Desire (play))'', in which her mother played Blanche Dubois. , owner Carl Pohlad almost sold the Twins to North Carolina businessman Don Beaver, who would have moved the team to the Piedmont Triad (Greensboro (Greensboro, North Carolina) – Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) – High Point (High Point, North Carolina)) area. The defeat of a referendum for a stadium in North Carolina and a lack of interest in building a stadium for the Twins in Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina) killed the deal.


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