Jiangmen

What is Jiangmen known for?


largest food

Kong actor. * Hiram Fong: U.S. Senator from Hawaii (1959-1977). * Hu Die: Actress considered to be the first "Queen of Chinese Cinema". * Inky Mark: Canadian politician, mayor of Dauphin (1994-1997) and Member of Parliament (1997-2004). * Jack Yan: Magazine publisher in New Zealand. * James Hong: American actor with over 500 television, film and video game credits, and former civil engineer. * James Tak Wu: Founder of Maxim's Catering Limited, Hong Kong's largest food and beverage


frequent service

. A network of intra-city roadways has been built since the late 1990s to facilitate industrial integration within the city. right thumb 300px Local bus (File:Hctogj.jpg) Railways came to Jiangmen failry recently. The city is served by the Xinhui branch of the Guangzhou–Zhuhai Intercity Mass Rapid Transit (opened 2011), which provides frequent service to Guangzhou South Railway Station, where connections to the nation's high-speed railway network are available. Since the late 2012, Jiangmen

of Xinhui, Taishan, Kaiping, Enping and Heshan, has become an official title, and is widely accepted by the local residents today. However, among overseas Chinese, the name Sze Yup is still popular and frequently used. *New World First Ferry, which operates a frequent service to Macau (timetable Ferry Schedule ). * Chu Kong Passenger Transport Co., Ltd Chu


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is also served by the freight-only Guangzhou–Zhuhai Railway. Making use of the Jiangmen Port facilities, Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKS) connects Jiangmen with high speed ferry services to Hong Kong (95 nautical miles) taking about 2.5 hours each way. Education Wuyi University is the main university in Jiangmen. Jiangmen No. 1 Middle School is claimed to be the top middle school in the district. It used to be one of the best middle schools

Committee of the National Committee of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. * Anthony Wong: Award-winning British Hong Kong actor, screenwriter and film director. * Arthur Chin: Kuomintang fighter pilot and flying ace. * Bill Lann Lee: U.S. Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights in the Clinton Administration. * Chen Yunchang: Actress considered to be the third "Queen of Chinese Cinema". * Chin Foin: American restaurateur and importer in Chicago. * Chin Siu Dek: Grandmaster

of Kung Fu San Soo. * Danny Chan: Hong Kong singer. * Donnie Yen: Hong Kong Chinese martial artist, actor, director, fight choreographer and producer. * Ed Lee: Mayor of San Francisco. * Evan Low: Mayor of Campbell, California. * Flora Chan: Hong Kong actress and singer. * Gary Locke: Governor of Washington State (1996–2006), U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2009-2011) and U.S. Ambassador to China (2011–2014). * Gin Foon Mark: Master of the Southern Praying Mantis Gung Fu school. * Gordon Lam: Hong Kong actor. * Hiram Fong: U.S. Senator from Hawaii (1959-1977). * Hu Die: Actress considered to be the first "Queen of Chinese Cinema". * Inky Mark: Canadian politician, mayor of Dauphin (1994-1997) and Member of Parliament (1997-2004). * Jack Yan: Magazine publisher in New Zealand. * James Hong: American actor with over 500 television, film and video game credits, and former civil engineer. * James Tak Wu: Founder of Maxim's Catering Limited, Hong Kong's largest food and beverage corporation and restaurant chain. * James Wong Howe: American cinematographer. * John Tsang: Financial Secretary of Hong Kong. * Julian Mardock: U.S. Air Force pilot, surgeon and author. * Julius Chan: Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1980-1982, 1994-1997, 1997). * Ken Hom: American chef, author and television-show presenter. * Kylie Kwong: Australian chef, restaurateur, author and television-show presenter. * Leland Wong: American photographer and artist. * Leland Yee: California State Senator and accused arms dealer. * Li Enliang: Chinese civil engineer and educator. * Margaret Chin: American politician on the New York City Council representing Chinatown. * Matt Fong: Treasurer of the State of California (1995-1999). * Mel Chin: American contemporary conceptual artist. * Meihua Li: Canadian web artist and writer for light novels. * Myolie Wu: Hong Kong actress and singer. * Norman Kwong: championship-winning Canadian football player (1948, 1954, 1955, 1956) and Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta (2005-2010). * Patrick Soon-Shiong: Surgeon, billionaire and inventor of protein nanoparticle technology. * Patrick Yu: Hong Kong lawyer, Crown Counsel and founder of its first law school. * Wong Koon Chung: Lead guitarist for Beyond. * Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow: Mobster and Dragon Head of the San Francisco Chinese Freemasons. * Shawn Yue: Hong Kong actor and singer. * Tony Leung: Hong Kong actor. * Tyrus Wong: American painter, muralist, ceramicist, lithographer, designer and kite maker. * William Poi Lee: American author of The Eighth Promise. * Wong Ka Keung: Bassist for Beyond. * Wong Ka Kui: Lead singer of Beyond. * Wong Kim Ark: Defendant in United States v. Wong Kim Ark - 169 U.S. 649 (1898). * Wu Lien-teh (1879 – 1960)): doctor * Yip Sai Wing: Drummer for Beyond. See also * List of prefecture-level divisions of China References


light novels

and accused arms dealer. * Li Enliang: Chinese civil engineer and educator. * Margaret Chin: American politician on the New York City Council representing Chinatown. * Matt Fong: Treasurer of the State of California (1995-1999). * Mel Chin: American contemporary conceptual artist. * Meihua Li: Canadian web artist and writer for light novels. * Myolie Wu: Hong Kong actress and singer. * Norman Kwong: championship-winning Canadian football player (1948, 1954, 1955, 1956) and Lieutenant-Governor


home construction

content Kaiping Watchtowers was founded in the early Qing Dynasty, a lot of construction in the 1920s and 1930s, currently surviving 1466. These towers is the old overseas Chinese in Guangdong as a defensive bandits, the financing of overseas Chinese to return home construction. *


television show

corporation and restaurant chain. * James Wong Howe: American cinematographer. * John Tsang: Financial Secretary of Hong Kong. * Julian Mardock: U.S. Air Force pilot, surgeon and author. * Julius Chan: Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1980-1982, 1994-1997, 1997). * Ken Hom: American chef, author and television-show presenter. * Kylie Kwong: Australian chef, restaurateur, author and television-show presenter. * Leland Wong: American photographer and artist. * Leland Yee: California State Senator


part made

to the South China Sea to the south. Administered as a prefecture-level city, it has 4,60 million residents in its area of jurisdiction. Its southern part made of Huiyang district is now part off guangzhou-Shenzhen built up area, the biggest built up area in the world with more than 40 million inhabitants encompassing the whole Shenzhen, Dongguan cities and main part of Guangzhou, Foshan, Zhongshan and small parts of Jiangmen and Huizhou cities. There are two


world called

with a population of about 4.45 million in 2010. The 3 urban districts are now part of Guangzhou – Shenzhen conurbation, probably the most important built-up area in the world called the Pearl River Delta Mega City with more than 44,78 million inhabitants at the 2010 census spread on 9 municipalities (including Macao) and 17,573 km2 Names Jiangmen has various alternative romanisations (Romanization of Chinese) including '''Kong-Moon''', '''Kongmun'''


water hot

in the town HOH has the high yield rice demonstration area, production Taishan specialty Duhu rice, fresh and delicious, famed, Duhu town picturesque scenery, old times. Hot spring is in this castle show the water out of the ground, spa crystal clear water, salty, is a pure natural sea salt water hot springs, without any industrial pollution. Do Buy Eat *


ancient stone

interest and scenic beauty, is located outside the town of Ma Yu Jianghai sea video foothills, away from the urban area about ten km, is a beautiful scenery good place. *

Jiangmen

s 江门 t 江門 w Chiang 1 -men 2 p Jiāngmén psp Kongmoon l River gate j Gong1 mun4 y Gōngmùhn order st thumb Zhonghua Restaurant, a renovated building along Changdi Middle road in the waterfront district. (File:Jiangmen city873.jpg) '''Jiangmen''' ( ) is a prefecture-level city in Guangdong province in southern China with a population of about 4.45 million in 2010. The 3 urban districts are now part of Guangzhou – Shenzhen conurbation, probably the most important built-up area in the world called the Pearl River Delta Mega City with more than 44,78 million inhabitants at the 2010 census spread on 9 municipalities (including Macao) and 17,573 km2

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