Changchun

What is Changchun known for?


industry development

区) * Changchun High Technology Industry Development Zone (长春高新技术产业开发区) * Changchun Technology Development Zone (长春经济技术开发区) * Changchun Automotive Industry Development Zone (长春汽车产业开发区) * Changjiang Lu Science and Technology Commercial Development Zone (长江路电脑科技商品开发区) Climate


book white

in his book ''White Snow, Red Blood'', compared it to Hiroshima: ''“The casualties were about the same. Hiroshima took nine seconds; Changchun took five months.”'' ref>


singles silver

He became the World Champion (World Table Tennis Championships) in Men's Singles in Yokohama, Japan in May 2009, defeating 3-time World Champion Wang Liqin 4-0. commons:长春市


energy industry

.shtml title 2010年长春市国民经济和社会发展统计公报 Statistics Communique on National Economy and Social Development of Changchun, 2010 language Chinese date 5 June 2011 thumb A FAW-built Audi 100 (File:FAW Hongqi Audi 100.jpg) The city's leading industries are production of automobiles, agricultural product processing, biopharmaceuticals, photo electronics, construction materials, and the energy industry. ref name "Profiles of China Provinces, Cities and Industrial


main design

Yen on average was allocated on a year-to-year basis for urban planning and construction during the period of 1907-31. Akira Koshizawa, Manchukuo Capital Planning (Jiangsu: Social Sciences Academic Press,2011), 26-97 Railway nexus status was thickly underlined in the planning and construction, the main design concepts of which read as follows: under conventional grid pattern terms, two geoplagiotropic boulevards were newly carved eastward and westward from the grand square of the new railway station. The two helped forming two intersections with the gridded prototypes, which led to two circles of South and West. The two sub-civic centres served as axis on which eight radial roads were blazed that took the shape of a sectoral structure. This kind of radial circles and the design concept of urban roads were at that time quite advanced and scientific. It activated to great extend the serious urban landscapes as well as a clearly identification of the traditional gridded pattern. With the new Changchun railway station as its centre, the urban plan divided the SMRAA into such rectangles as residential quarters of 15%, commerce of 33%, grain depot of 19%, factories of 12%, public entertainment of 9% and administrative organs(including Japanese garrison) of 12%. Each block provided the railway station with supporting and systematic services in the light of its own functions. In the meantime, a comprehensive system of judiciary and military police was established which was totally independent of China. This accounted for the widespread domain of military facilities within the urban construction area of 3. 967k㎡,such as railway garrison, gendarmerie, police department and its 18 local police stations. Perceiving Changchun as a tabula rasa upon which to erect new and sweeping conceptions of the built environment, Japanese used the city as a practical laboratory to create two distinct and idealized urban milieus, each appropriate to a particular era. From 1906 to 1931 Changchun served as a key railway town through which the Japanese orchestrated informal empire; between 1932 and 1945 the city became home to a grandiose, new Asian capital. Yet while the façades the town and later the capital—as well as the attitudes of the state they upheld—contrasted markedly, the shifting styles of planning and architecture consistently attempted to represent Japanese rule as progressive, beneficent, and modern. Behind the development of Changchun, in addition to the railway trade driven, it suggested an important period of the Northeast modern architectural culture reflecting the urban design endeavours and revealing Japanese ambition of invading and occupying China. Japanese architecture and culture had been widely applied to Manchukuo to highlight the special status of the Japanese puppet. Once again, the urban planning will and should stem from a culture, be it aggressive or creative. Changchun’s planning and construction process can serve as a good example. Changchun expanded rapidly as the junction between of the Japanese-owned South Manchurian Railway and the Russian-owned Chinese Eastern Railway, while remaining the break of gauge point between the Russian and standard gauges into the 1930s, commons:长春市


political interest

* Chania, Greece - CGQ ZYCC Changchun Longjia International Airport Changchun, Jilin, China - Background The Japanese economic presence and political interest in Manchuria had been growing ever since the end of the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05). The Treaty of Portsmouth that ended the war had granted Japan the lease of the South Manchuria Railway branch (from Changchun to Lüshun) of the China Far East Railway


place free

email address 110 Renmin St lat long directions 200 m S of the train station phone tollfree fax hours price Double bed with breakfast ¥188 checkin checkout content Not a bad place, free LAN in the room, bathroom's a bit old. Nice staff but not a word of English. * commons:长春市


architectural culture

and architecture consistently attempted to represent Japanese rule as progressive, beneficent, and modern. Behind the development of Changchun, in addition to the railway trade driven, it suggested an important period of the Northeast modern architectural culture reflecting the urban design endeavours and revealing Japanese ambition of invading and occupying China. Japanese architecture and culture had been widely applied to Manchukuo to highlight the special status of the Japanese puppet. Once again, the urban planning will and should stem from a culture, be it aggressive or creative. Changchun’s planning and construction process can serve as a good example. Changchun expanded rapidly as the junction between of the Japanese-owned South Manchurian Railway and the Russian-owned Chinese Eastern Railway, while remaining the break of gauge point between the Russian and standard gauges into the 1930s, commons:长春市


football training

make sure they had a competitive youth system by bringing in the best youth players from Shenyang before moving them into their recently created football training base at a cost of two million yuan, while the total cost of starting the whole enterprise would end up being twenty million yuan. http: www.espnstar.com.cn baike %B3%A4%B4%BA%D1%C7%CC%A9 The club would bring in Tang Pengju to manage their team and start at the bottom of the Chinese football league system within the third tier (Yi Division) where they finish in fifth at the end of the season. http: www.rsssf.com tablesc china97.html For the next several seasons the club achieved very little until they bought a position into the second tier when the club took over Bayi Chaoneng at the beginning of the 2000 league season for fifteen million yuan, while during the season the team maintained an unbeaten home record but still finished in a disappointing fifth at the end of the season. http: www.rsssf.com tablesc china00.html The following season the clubs manager Yin Tiesheng looked like he could improve upon last years results when he guided the club to a runners-up position and what looked like premotion to the top tier for the first time, however it was soon discovered that the October 6, 2001 game that Changchun won 6-0 against Zhejiang (Hangzhou Greentown F.C.) was fixed. This saw the club denied premotion, had all offending participants banned for a year while the club had three months to reform and re-apply for a CFA (Chinese Football Association) playing license. http: www.rsssf.com tablesc china01.html Despite this Yin Tiesheng stayed on and premoted future Chinese internationals (China PR national football team) Du Zhenyu, Zhang Xiaofei and Cao Tianbao from the clubs youth team which was assembled from Shenyang into the senior team. The move would eventually become a huge success and by the end of the 2003 league season Changchun would go on to win their first piece of silverware when they won the division title. http: www.rsssf.com tablesc china03.html The torch relay route was unveiled on March 4, 2010. Due to financial reasons it remained within the confines of Guangdong province and was planned to travel across 21 major cities of the province. commons:长春市


physical culture

– Shanghai, China Starting in 2001, the State Physical Culture Administration has set aside the proceeds of the sports lottery as pilot funds, in order to build "China Sports Lottery Nationwide Physical Fitness Centers" as pilot projects in 31 large and medium-sized cities throughout the country, including Dalian, Beijing and Changchun. Some of these centers have already been built. Meanwhile, some 196 million yuan of sports lottery proceeds were used to construct

Changchun

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'''Changchun''' is the capital and largest city of Jilin province (Jilin), located in the northeast of the People's Republic of China, in the center of the Songliao Plain. with a population of 7,674,439 at the 2010 census under its jurisdiction. The city's built-up (''or metro'') area, including 5 districts and 4 development areas, had a population of 3,815,270 in 2010 as Shuangyang district is not conurbated yet. http: www.citypopulation.de php china-jilin-admin.php

The name, which means "Long Spring", originated from the Jurchen language. Known as China's Automobile City, Changchun is an important industrial base with a particular focus on the automotive sector. url http: www.echinacities.com changchun business-guide economic-overview changchun-business-guide-economic-overview.html title Changchun Business Guide - Economic Overview publisher echinacities.com accessdate 26 July 2012 Apart from this industrial aspect, Changchun is also one of four "National Garden Cities" awarded by the Ministry of Construction of P.R. China in 2001 due to its high urban greening rate.

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