Taizhou, Jiangsu

What is Taizhou, Jiangsu known for?


scenic setting

, Wuxi borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east. The northern half looks across to Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu) across the Yangtze River, while the southern half also borders the province of Zhejiang to the south. Wuxi earned its nickname "Pearl of Lake Tai" because it's built on the shore of Lake Tai in a scenic setting. Wuxi was also dubbed "little Shanghai" because of its close proximity to the city, rapid urbanization and booming economy. Wuxi also has a history of business people involved in modern Shanghai commerce since the early 20th century. Taizhou, Jiangsu - Taizhou, Zhejiang - Tajik (Tajik (China)) - Tajik language - Taklamakan Desert - Tam Kung - Tang Ching-sung - Tang Dynasty - Tang Dynasty art - Tangwai - Tangram - Tanggu District - Tanggu Truce - Tanggu (drum) - Tangglau Pass - Tangshan - Tanguts - Tanichthys albonubes - Tantrayana - Tanzhe Temple - Tao - Tao Chengzhang - Tao Qian (Tao Qian (Han Dynasty)) - ''Tao Te Ching'' - Tao Yin - Taoism - Taoyuan - Tap Mun Chau - Tarim River - Tatar language - Tatars - Taylor Wang - Tea - Teapot - Television Broadcasts Limited - Temple name - Temple of Heaven - Temple of the Six Banyan Trees - Temple Street (Temple Street, Hong Kong) - Ten thousand years - Tenzin Gyatso - Teresa Teng - Terracotta Army - ''The Art of War'' - ''The Blue Lotus'' - The Bund - The Center, Hong Kong - ''The Chronicles of the Stone'' - The East is Red (1993 film) - The East Is Red (film) - The East Is Red (song) - The Frontier (Hong Kong) - ''The Gods Must Be Crazy'' - ''The Good Earth'' - ''The Injustice to Dou E'' - ''The Inn of the Sixth Happiness'' - ''The Last Emperor'' - ''The Manchurian Candidate'' - The March of the Volunteers - ''The Monkey King'' - ''The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art'' - The Peninsula Hong Kong - ''The Rape of Nanking (book)'' - ''The Road Home (1999 film)'' - ''The Sand Pebbles'' - ''The Standard'' - The Three August Ones and the Five Emperors - Therese Shaheen - ''Thirty-Six Strategies'' - Thomas Francis Wade - Thousand-year egg - Three Gorges - Three Gorges Dam - Three Kingdoms - Three Links - Three Principles of the People - Three represents - Three-Self Patriotic Movement -Three Years of Natural Disasters - Tian Han - Tian Shan - Tian Tan Buddha - Tiananmen Gate - Tiananmen incident - Tiananmen Square - Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 - Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident - Tianjin - Tianjin Municipality - Tianjin University - Tianlong - Tiantai - Tiantan Buddha - Tibet - Tibetan alphabet - Tibetan art - Tibetan Autonomous Region - Tibetan Buddhism - Tibetan language - Tibetan people - Tibetan Plateau - Tien Gow - Tieshangang - Tiger (zodiac) - Tiger Kung Fu - Timeline of Chinese history - Timeline of United States and China relations 1995-1997 - Tin Hau (Matsu (goddess)) - Tin Shui Wai - ''Ting Yuen'' - ''Tintin in Tibet'' - Tiu U - Tocharians - Tocharian languages - Tofu - TOM group - Tonal language - Tone name - Tone sandhi - Tong (Tong (organization)) - Tongji (spirit medium) - Tongling - Tongmenghui - Tongyong Pinyin - Tongzhi Emperor of China - Tongzhou Incident - Tony Leung Chiu Wai - Tonyukuk - Torugart Pass - Tourism in Hong Kong - Tourism in China - Traditional Chinese character - Traditional Chinese holidays - Traditional Chinese medicine - Transliteration into Chinese characters - Trans-Siberian railway - Transport in Beijing - Transport in China (Transport in the People's Republic of China) - Transport in Hong Kong - Transport in Macau - Transport in the Paracel Islands - Treaty between Tibet and Mongolia (1913) - Treaty of Nanking - Treaty of Portsmouth - Treaty of Shimonoseki - Treaty of Tientsin - Three Red Banners - Triad (Triad society) - Triple Intervention - Tsang Yok-sing - Tseung Kwan O - Tseung Kwan O Line - Tseung Kwan O Tunnel - Tsien Hsue-shen - Tsim Sha Tsui - Tsing Ma Bridge - Tsing Yi - Tsinghua University - Tsingtao beer - TSMC - Tsuen Wan - Tsuen Wan Line - Tsuen Wan New Town - Tsui Hark - Tsui Museum of Art - Tsui Po-ko - Tsung-Dao Lee - Tu (ethnic group) - Tuen Mun - Tuen Ng Festival - Tujia people -Tu Long - Tumen River - Tung Chao Yung - Tung Chee Hwa - Tung Chung - Tung Chung Fort - Tung Chung Line - Tung Lung Chau - Tuntex Sky Tower - Tuoba - Turan - Turfan Depression - Turkestan - Turpan - Tuva - TVB Pearl - Twelve Girls Band - Twenty-Four Histories - Twenty-One Demands - ''Twin Dragons (Twin Dragons (film))'' - Twins (Twins (musical group)) - Tzu Chi '''Yancheng''' ( 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)).


location rich

geographical location, rich resources and solid economic foundation, Taizhou was approved by the State's Council to be one of the open coastal cities. In the past 20 years, the economic growth has remained stable with an average annual growth rate exceeding 10%. It is one of the central cities inside the Yangtse River Delta with its developed industry, convenient transportation and prosperous commerce. In 2009, the GDP reached RMB 165.1 billion yuan, the GDP per capita RMB 35,498 yuan, the fiscal revenue RMB 34.4 billion yuan, the total amount of bank deposits RMB 188.5 billion yuan. Five county-level cities or districts are ranked among the "China's Top 100 Counties with Greatest Comprehensive Power". It boasts numbers of large-sized enterprises or groups, such as Chunlan Group Corp. Taizhou was among the first few cities in Jiangsu to be recognized as having a famous cultural history. In 1990, Heheng village in Jiangyan County was awarded Global 500 Roll of Honor by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) because of its success in protecting the environment while increasing the grain yield and its wide use of marsh biogas ponds. International relations 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)).


red film

- ''The Art of War'' - ''The Blue Lotus'' - The Bund - The Center, Hong Kong - ''The Chronicles of the Stone'' - The East is Red (1993 film) - The East Is Red (film) - The East Is Red (song) - The Frontier (Hong Kong) - ''The Gods Must Be Crazy'' - ''The Good Earth'' - ''The Injustice to Dou E'' - ''The Inn of the Sixth Happiness'' - ''The Last Emperor'' - ''The Manchurian Candidate'' - The March of the Volunteers - '' The Monkey King


portrayal

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


stage debut

, 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)).


performance tradition

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


construction style

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including

home town as did Mei Lanfang (simplified Chinese: 梅兰芳; traditional Chinese: 梅蘭芳; pinyin: Méi Lánfāng) (October 22, 1894 – August 8, 1961) who was one of the most famous Peking opera artists in modern Chinese history. Administration The prefecture-level city of Taizhou administers six county-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#County level), including two District of China

districts and four county-level cities (county-level city). These are further divided into 105 township-level divisions (Administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China#Township level), including 91 towns (town of China), eight townships (Township (People's Republic of China)) and six subdistricts. class "wikitable" style "font-size:100%;" - ! align left Map ! align left Subdivision ! align left Hanzi ! align left

, is served by the Taizhou (Taizhou, Jiangsu)-Nanjing railway line, and provides direct passenger service not only to these two cities, but also to a number of major cities to the west, north, and south (such as Xi'an, Wuhan, and Guangzhou), including an overnight Z-series express train (Z-series) to Beijing. tielu.org, schedule search for Yangzhou There is no direct rail service toward Shanghai, however; to travel to Shanghai


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Taizhou, Jiangsu

pic T4Z name.svg piccap "Taizhou", as written in Chinese picsize 125px title Taizhou psp Taichow c 泰州 p Tàizhōu w T'ai 4 -chou 1 '''Taizhou''' ( ) is a prefecture-level city in central Jiangsu Province in eastern China (east China). Situated on the north bank of the Yangtze River, it borders Nantong to the east, Yancheng to the north and Yangzhou to the west.

The 2010 census counted its population at 4,618,937 of whom 1,607,108 live in the built-up (or metro) area made of three urban districts, (''Hailing (Hailing District), Jiangyan and Gaogang''). http: www.citypopulation.de php china-jiangsu-admin.php Two county-level cities have more than 1 million inhabitants, Xinghua (Xinghua, Jiangsu) with 1,253,548 inhabitants and Taixing with 1,073,921 inhabitants, comprising two of the most important county-level cities in China. Hu Jintao, former General Secretary of the Communist Party of China considered Taizhou his home town as did Mei Lanfang (simplified Chinese: 梅兰芳; traditional Chinese: 梅蘭芳; pinyin: Méi Lánfāng) (October 22, 1894 – August 8, 1961) who was one of the most famous Peking opera artists in modern Chinese history.

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