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Compilation by LianXin website. Data from the Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China As empress dowager In 125, Emperor An died suddenly while on a trip to Wancheng (宛城, in modern Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan). The empress, who was with him, did not immediately announce his death, but conspired with her brothers and the powerful eunuch (eunuch (court official))s Jiang Jing (江京) and Fan Feng (樊豐), to find an alternative to Prince Bao, who would otherwise appear to be his father's natural successor. They chose a young cousin of Emperor An's, Liu Yi (劉懿) the Marquess of Beixiang, and Marquess Yi was made emperor over Prince Bao. (They had made this decision because the Marquess of Beixiang was young and easy to control.) In 197, Cao Anmin followed Cao Cao on a campaign to conquer Jing Province (Jingzhou (ancient China)) (present day Hubei and Hunan). Zhang Xiu, a minor warlord who occupied Wancheng (present day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), surrendered to Cao Cao. Cao Cao then courted the wife of Zhang Xiu's remote uncle, which angered Zhang Xiu deeply. When Cao Cao learnt of this, he secretly plotted to murder Zhang Xiu. However, the plan leaked out and Zhang Xiu took the initiative to attack Cao Cao's camp, starting the Battle of Wancheng. Background In October 218, Cao Cao's general Hou Yin (侯音) and his deputy Wei Kai (衛開) of Wan (宛; present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan) rose in rebellion with several thousand troops, and they requested Guan Yu for assistance. Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Volume 1, Note ''Biography of Cao Man''. It would take four months for Cao Ren to finally crush the rebellion by killing both Hou Yin and Wei Kai, but Guan Yu did not respond to the rebels throughout the duration. After taking Hanzhong by defeating Cao Cao in May 219, Liu Bei further expanded his gains in June 219 by sending Meng Da and Liu Feng to take Fangling (房陵; present-day Fang County, Hubei) and Shangyong (上庸; north of present-day Zhushan County, Hubei). Cao Cao was temporarily forced to be on the defensive after a continuous setback and Sun Quan of Jiangdong (Jiangnan) decided to take the opportunity to attack Cao Cao while their newly defeated men were regrouping and resting. On 3 May, Yamawaki dispatched a force including the 3rd Division (3rd Division (Imperial Japanese Army)) to attack Suixian (Sui County, Hubei) and Tongbai (Tongbai County) from Yingshan (Guangshui) and Xinyang respectively in an attempt to surround Tang Enbo and Li Pingxian's 11th and 31st army groups. Four days later, the 13th and 16th divisions broke through the defensive lines of the Chinese 77th army, and Zaoyang was lost. By the 12th, the two Japanese divisions had also captured Tanghe (Tanghe County), Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) and Xinye (Xinye County). At this time, Zhang Zizhong's 33rd army group and Sun Zhen's 2nd army group arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River (Han River (Yangtze River tributary)) and hit the Japanese 13th and 16th divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st army group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang. From there, they moved northwest around Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), before going southwest to Xinye (Xinye County), attacking the Japanese positions head-on, who took heavy casualties under pressure and were forced to retreat. From there on, the Chinese units launched a major counter-offensive, and by 20 May, all previously lost positions had been liberated. * '''ZHLY''' (LYA) – Luoyang Beijiao Airport – Luoyang, Henan * '''ZHNY''' (NNY) – Nanyang Jiangying Airport – Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan * '''ZHSS''' (SHS) – Shashi Airport – Jingzhou, Hubei Early life Before ascending to the throne he followed his father as the Prince of Tang, their fief being situated in Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) prefecture, in Henan province. In 1636 he was stripped of his title by the Chongzhen Emperor and put under house arrest in Fengyang. His former title was transferred to his younger brother Zhu Yumo (朱聿鏌). In 1641 the latter committed suicide when Li Zicheng invaded Nanyang. After the death of the Chongzhen Emperor 1644, his successor on the Ming throne, the Hongguang Emperor (Prince of Fu) released the Prince of Tang from his arrest. Early career Deng Zhi was a native of Xinye (新野; in present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), and went to Yi Province (益州; covering the Sichuan Basin) to avoid the turmoil of central China. He was not recognized in the area and was not even respected, so he became concerned with his prospect and asked the local fortune-teller, Zhang Yu (Zhang Yu (fortune teller)) (張裕), about his future. Zhang Yu told him that he would become the Grand General and a marquis, but only after 70 years old. Still, Deng Zhi could not gain a sense of security from Zhang Yu, and when he heard the Grand Administrator of Western Ba, Pang Xi, was fond of guests, he quickly joined the later and took shelter under him. (芝闻巴西太守庞羲好士,往依焉。). Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Biography of Deng Zhi.


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and encouraged them to fight, and the Cao forces eventually repelled Zhang in a counterattack. Thereafter, however, Yu grew arrogant, and it was said that he recruited more soldiers and acted as if the land south of the Han River (Han River (Hanshui)) was all his domain. It was also said that he killed people at will. As Emperor Dezong was more interested in appeasing the regional governors at the time, he acted as Yu requested, including promoting Xiang Prefecture's status into one where


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, and Zaoyang was lost. By the 12th, the two Japanese divisions had also captured Tanghe (Tanghe County), Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) and Xinye (Xinye County). At this time, Zhang Zizhong's 33rd army group and Sun Zhen's 2nd army group arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River (Han River (Yangtze River tributary)) and hit the Japanese 13th and 16th divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st army group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang. From there, they moved northwest around Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), before going southwest to Xinye (Xinye County), attacking the Japanese positions head-on, who took heavy casualties under pressure and were forced to retreat. From there on, the Chinese units launched a major counter-offensive, and by 20 May, all previously lost positions had been liberated. * '''ZHLY''' (LYA) – Luoyang Beijiao Airport – Luoyang, Henan * '''ZHNY''' (NNY) – Nanyang Jiangying Airport – Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan * '''ZHSS''' (SHS) – Shashi Airport – Jingzhou, Hubei Early life Before ascending to the throne he followed his father as the Prince of Tang, their fief being situated in Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) prefecture, in Henan province. In 1636 he was stripped of his title by the Chongzhen Emperor and put under house arrest in Fengyang. His former title was transferred to his younger brother Zhu Yumo (朱聿鏌). In 1641 the latter committed suicide when Li Zicheng invaded Nanyang. After the death of the Chongzhen Emperor 1644, his successor on the Ming throne, the Hongguang Emperor (Prince of Fu) released the Prince of Tang from his arrest. Early career Deng Zhi was a native of Xinye (新野; in present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), and went to Yi Province (益州; covering the Sichuan Basin) to avoid the turmoil of central China. He was not recognized in the area and was not even respected, so he became concerned with his prospect and asked the local fortune-teller, Zhang Yu (Zhang Yu (fortune teller)) (張裕), about his future. Zhang Yu told him that he would become the Grand General and a marquis, but only after 70 years old. Still, Deng Zhi could not gain a sense of security from Zhang Yu, and when he heard the Grand Administrator of Western Ba, Pang Xi, was fond of guests, he quickly joined the later and took shelter under him. (芝闻巴西太守庞羲好士,往依焉。). Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Biography of Deng Zhi.


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is also among China's finest prose writers, second only to Sima Qian, and first among the "Eight Great Prose Masters of the Tang and Song". Song Dynasty poet Su Shi praised Han Yu that he had written prose which "raised the standards after 8 dynasties of literary weaknesses" (文起八代之衰). N Nam Cheong Park - Nam Cheong Station - Nanchang - Nanchang Uprising - Nangang District, Harbin - Nangang District, Taipei - Nangang Line (TRTS


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(2007), 1049. Asiapac (2004), 120. Loewe (1968), 105. At age ten, Zhang's father died, leaving him in the care of his mother and grandmother. An accomplished writer in his youth, Zhang left home in 95 to pursue his studies in the ancient capitals of Chang'an and Luoyang.<

; At age twenty-three, he returned home with the title "Officer of Merit in Nanyang," serving as the master of documents under the administration of Governor Bao De (in office from 103–111). As he was charged with composing inscriptions and dirges for Bao De, he gained experience in writing

official documents. As Officer of Merit in the commandery, he was also responsible for local appointments to office and recommendations to the capital of nominees for higher office. Crespigny (2007), 1229. He spent much of his time composing rhapsodies (Rhapsody (music)) on the capital cities. When Bao De was recalled to the capital in 111, to serve as a minister of finance, Zhang continued


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economy. *There is a large optical component production community in the area comprising several factories. References Compilation by LianXin website. Data from the Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China As empress dowager In 125, Emperor An died suddenly while on a trip to Wancheng (宛城, in modern Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan). The empress, who was with him, did not immediately announce his death, but conspired with her brothers and the powerful eunuch (eunuch (court official))s Jiang Jing (江京) and Fan Feng (樊豐), to find an alternative to Prince Bao, who would otherwise appear to be his father's natural successor. They chose a young cousin of Emperor An's, Liu Yi (劉懿) the Marquess of Beixiang, and Marquess Yi was made emperor over Prince Bao. (They had made this decision because the Marquess of Beixiang was young and easy to control.) In 197, Cao Anmin followed Cao Cao on a campaign to conquer Jing Province (Jingzhou (ancient China)) (present day Hubei and Hunan). Zhang Xiu, a minor warlord who occupied Wancheng (present day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), surrendered to Cao Cao. Cao Cao then courted the wife of Zhang Xiu's remote uncle, which angered Zhang Xiu deeply. When Cao Cao learnt of this, he secretly plotted to murder Zhang Xiu. However, the plan leaked out and Zhang Xiu took the initiative to attack Cao Cao's camp, starting the Battle of Wancheng. Background In October 218, Cao Cao's general Hou Yin (侯音) and his deputy Wei Kai (衛開) of Wan (宛; present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan) rose in rebellion with several thousand troops, and they requested Guan Yu for assistance. Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Volume 1, Note ''Biography of Cao Man''. It would take four months for Cao Ren to finally crush the rebellion by killing both Hou Yin and Wei Kai, but Guan Yu did not respond to the rebels throughout the duration. After taking Hanzhong by defeating Cao Cao in May 219, Liu Bei further expanded his gains in June 219 by sending Meng Da and Liu Feng to take Fangling (房陵; present-day Fang County, Hubei) and Shangyong (上庸; north of present-day Zhushan County, Hubei). Cao Cao was temporarily forced to be on the defensive after a continuous setback and Sun Quan of Jiangdong (Jiangnan) decided to take the opportunity to attack Cao Cao while their newly defeated men were regrouping and resting. On 3 May, Yamawaki dispatched a force including the 3rd Division (3rd Division (Imperial Japanese Army)) to attack Suixian (Sui County, Hubei) and Tongbai (Tongbai County) from Yingshan (Guangshui) and Xinyang respectively in an attempt to surround Tang Enbo and Li Pingxian's 11th and 31st army groups. Four days later, the 13th and 16th divisions broke through the defensive lines of the Chinese 77th army, and Zaoyang was lost. By the 12th, the two Japanese divisions had also captured Tanghe (Tanghe County), Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) and Xinye (Xinye County). At this time, Zhang Zizhong's 33rd army group and Sun Zhen's 2nd army group arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River (Han River (Yangtze River tributary)) and hit the Japanese 13th and 16th divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st army group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang. From there, they moved northwest around Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), before going southwest to Xinye (Xinye County), attacking the Japanese positions head-on, who took heavy casualties under pressure and were forced to retreat. From there on, the Chinese units launched a major counter-offensive, and by 20 May, all previously lost positions had been liberated. * '''ZHLY''' (LYA) &ndash; Luoyang Beijiao Airport &ndash; Luoyang, Henan * '''ZHNY''' (NNY) &ndash; Nanyang Jiangying Airport &ndash; Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan * '''ZHSS''' (SHS) &ndash; Shashi Airport &ndash; Jingzhou, Hubei Early life Before ascending to the throne he followed his father as the Prince of Tang, their fief being situated in Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) prefecture, in Henan province. In 1636 he was stripped of his title by the Chongzhen Emperor and put under house arrest in Fengyang. His former title was transferred to his younger brother Zhu Yumo (朱聿鏌). In 1641 the latter committed suicide when Li Zicheng invaded Nanyang. After the death of the Chongzhen Emperor 1644, his successor on the Ming throne, the Hongguang Emperor (Prince of Fu) released the Prince of Tang from his arrest. Early career Deng Zhi was a native of Xinye (新野; in present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), and went to Yi Province (益州; covering the Sichuan Basin) to avoid the turmoil of central China. He was not recognized in the area and was not even respected, so he became concerned with his prospect and asked the local fortune-teller, Zhang Yu (Zhang Yu (fortune teller)) (張裕), about his future. Zhang Yu told him that he would become the Grand General and a marquis, but only after 70 years old. Still, Deng Zhi could not gain a sense of security from Zhang Yu, and when he heard the Grand Administrator of Western Ba, Pang Xi, was fond of guests, he quickly joined the later and took shelter under him. (芝闻巴西太守庞羲好士,往依焉。). Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Biography of Deng Zhi.


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is known as Nanyang Hua (南阳话), spoken by about 15 million people around the area. Wan Opera It is the local form of Chinese opera. Famous persons of Nanyang *Zhang Heng, Eastern Han Dynasty astronomer, mathematician and inventor of the first seismometer in history. *Zhang Zhongjing, late Eastern Han Dynasty physician (Chinese medicine) and pharmacist. *Zhuge Liang, renowned advisor to Liu Bei and the first chancellor (chancellor of China) of the Kingdom of Shu during the Three Kingdoms era. *Gan Ning, general of Wu during the Three Kingdoms, born in Nanyang. *Han Yu, Tang Dynasty poet. *Huang Zhong a leading military general of the Kingdom of Shu ruled by Liu Bei during the Three Kingdoms era, was one of the Five Tiger Generals of Shu. *Chang Wanquan, the current Minister of National Defense of China, former Director of the General Armaments Department and commander of the Shenyang Military Region, born in January 1949 in Nanyang Famous persons of Nanyang, modern times Er Yuehe, Feng Youlan, Peng Xuefeng, Yao Xueyin, Ding Shengshu, Wang Yongmin Activists Democracy activist and Charter 08 signatory Liu Shasha ( Compilation by LianXin website. Data from the Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China As empress dowager In 125, Emperor An died suddenly while on a trip to Wancheng (宛城, in modern Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan). The empress, who was with him, did not immediately announce his death, but conspired with her brothers and the powerful eunuch (eunuch (court official))s Jiang Jing (江京) and Fan Feng (樊豐), to find an alternative to Prince Bao, who would otherwise appear to be his father's natural successor. They chose a young cousin of Emperor An's, Liu Yi (劉懿) the Marquess of Beixiang, and Marquess Yi was made emperor over Prince Bao. (They had made this decision because the Marquess of Beixiang was young and easy to control.) In 197, Cao Anmin followed Cao Cao on a campaign to conquer Jing Province (Jingzhou (ancient China)) (present day Hubei and Hunan). Zhang Xiu, a minor warlord who occupied Wancheng (present day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), surrendered to Cao Cao. Cao Cao then courted the wife of Zhang Xiu's remote uncle, which angered Zhang Xiu deeply. When Cao Cao learnt of this, he secretly plotted to murder Zhang Xiu. However, the plan leaked out and Zhang Xiu took the initiative to attack Cao Cao's camp, starting the Battle of Wancheng. Background In October 218, Cao Cao's general Hou Yin (侯音) and his deputy Wei Kai (衛開) of Wan (宛; present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan) rose in rebellion with several thousand troops, and they requested Guan Yu for assistance. Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Volume 1, Note ''Biography of Cao Man''. It would take four months for Cao Ren to finally crush the rebellion by killing both Hou Yin and Wei Kai, but Guan Yu did not respond to the rebels throughout the duration. After taking Hanzhong by defeating Cao Cao in May 219, Liu Bei further expanded his gains in June 219 by sending Meng Da and Liu Feng to take Fangling (房陵; present-day Fang County, Hubei) and Shangyong (上庸; north of present-day Zhushan County, Hubei). Cao Cao was temporarily forced to be on the defensive after a continuous setback and Sun Quan of Jiangdong (Jiangnan) decided to take the opportunity to attack Cao Cao while their newly defeated men were regrouping and resting. On 3 May, Yamawaki dispatched a force including the 3rd Division (3rd Division (Imperial Japanese Army)) to attack Suixian (Sui County, Hubei) and Tongbai (Tongbai County) from Yingshan (Guangshui) and Xinyang respectively in an attempt to surround Tang Enbo and Li Pingxian's 11th and 31st army groups. Four days later, the 13th and 16th divisions broke through the defensive lines of the Chinese 77th army, and Zaoyang was lost. By the 12th, the two Japanese divisions had also captured Tanghe (Tanghe County), Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) and Xinye (Xinye County). At this time, Zhang Zizhong's 33rd army group and Sun Zhen's 2nd army group arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River (Han River (Yangtze River tributary)) and hit the Japanese 13th and 16th divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st army group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang. From there, they moved northwest around Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), before going southwest to Xinye (Xinye County), attacking the Japanese positions head-on, who took heavy casualties under pressure and were forced to retreat. From there on, the Chinese units launched a major counter-offensive, and by 20 May, all previously lost positions had been liberated. * '''ZHLY''' (LYA) &ndash; Luoyang Beijiao Airport &ndash; Luoyang, Henan * '''ZHNY''' (NNY) &ndash; Nanyang Jiangying Airport &ndash; Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan * '''ZHSS''' (SHS) &ndash; Shashi Airport &ndash; Jingzhou, Hubei Early life Before ascending to the throne he followed his father as the Prince of Tang, their fief being situated in Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) prefecture, in Henan province. In 1636 he was stripped of his title by the Chongzhen Emperor and put under house arrest in Fengyang. His former title was transferred to his younger brother Zhu Yumo (朱聿鏌). In 1641 the latter committed suicide when Li Zicheng invaded Nanyang. After the death of the Chongzhen Emperor 1644, his successor on the Ming throne, the Hongguang Emperor (Prince of Fu) released the Prince of Tang from his arrest. Early career Deng Zhi was a native of Xinye (新野; in present-day Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), Henan), and went to Yi Province (益州; covering the Sichuan Basin) to avoid the turmoil of central China. He was not recognized in the area and was not even respected, so he became concerned with his prospect and asked the local fortune-teller, Zhang Yu (Zhang Yu (fortune teller)) (張裕), about his future. Zhang Yu told him that he would become the Grand General and a marquis, but only after 70 years old. Still, Deng Zhi could not gain a sense of security from Zhang Yu, and when he heard the Grand Administrator of Western Ba, Pang Xi, was fond of guests, he quickly joined the later and took shelter under him. (芝闻巴西太守庞羲好士,往依焉。). Chen Shou. ''Records of Three Kingdoms'', Biography of Deng Zhi.


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, and Zaoyang was lost. By the 12th, the two Japanese divisions had also captured Tanghe (Tanghe County), Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan) and Xinye (Xinye County). At this time, Zhang Zizhong's 33rd army group and Sun Zhen's 2nd army group arrived at the battlefield. They moved eastwards, crossing the Hanshui River (Han River (Yangtze River tributary)) and hit the Japanese 13th and 16th divisions' western flank. Meanwhile, Tang Enbo's 31st army

group moved north from San Taidian to Miyang. From there, they moved northwest around Nanyang (Nanyang, Henan), before going southwest to Xinye (Xinye County), attacking the Japanese positions head-on, who took heavy casualties under pressure and were forced to retreat. From there on, the Chinese units launched a major counter-offensive, and by 20 May, all previously lost positions had been liberated. * '''ZHLY''' (LYA) &ndash; Luoyang Beijiao

Nanyang, Henan

'''Nanyang''' ( ) is a prefecture-level city in the southwest of Henan province, People's Republic of China. The city with the largest administrative area in Henan, Nanyang borders Xinyang to the southeast, Zhumadian to the east, Pingdingshan to the northeast, Luoyang to the north, Sanmenxia to the northwest, the province of Shaanxi to the west, and the province of Hubei to the south.

It had 10,263,660 inhabitants at the 2010 census, ranking eleventh in China. However, 1,811,812 residents lives in the built-up area made of 2 urban districts (Wolong (Wolong District) and Wancheng). http: www.citypopulation.de php china-henan-admin.php Dinosaur egg (egg (biology)) fossils have been discovered in the Nanyang Basin.

The 35,000 capacity Nanyang Sports Centre Stadium http: cafe.daum.net stade 5BHp 25?docid 1DZEG%7c5BHp%7c25%7c20080322015314 is the main (football) venue in the city.

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