Xinyang

What is Xinyang known for?


years biography

battles from time to time, but no large scale war for years. Biography Han Suyin 韩素音, was born in Xinyang, Henan, China (Republic of China). Her father was a Belgian-educated Chinese engineer, Chow Yen Tung ( ; pinyin: Zhōu Yintong), of Hakka (Hakka people) heritage, while her mother was Flemish (Flanders). In 1938 Han Suyin married Pao H. Tang (Tang Paohuang), a Chinese Nationalist (KMT) military officer, who was to become a general. They had one


family business

NHFD68 ''New History of the Five Dynasties'', vol. 68 (:zh:s:新五代史 卷68). His fifth-generation ancestor Wang Ye (王曄) served as the magistrate of Gushi County (固始, in modern Xinyang, Henan), and because the people loved him, he settled his family in Gushi. The family subsequently became known for their family business. ''New Book of Tang'', vol. 190 (:zh:s:新唐書 卷190). His father's name was Wang Nin (王恁), ref name NHFD68 >


major campaign

had usurped the throne (from his grandnephew Xiao Zhaowen), Emperor Xiaowen prepared a major campaign against Southern Qi, departing Luoyang about new year 495. He initially put the important cities Shouyang (壽陽, in modern Lu'an, Anhui) and Yiyang (義陽, in modern Xinyang, Henan) under siege, but could not capture them easily, and battles that his armies conducted against Southern Qi armies were largely indecisive. By late spring 495, he abandoned the campaign


quot shows'

, Perry (2010). China: From Famine to Oslo. The New York Review of Books, December 16, 2010. Economist Steven Rosefielde argues that Yang's account "shows that Mao's slaughter was caused in considerable part by terror-starvation; that is, voluntary manslaughter (and perhaps murder) rather than innocuous famine." Rosefielde, Steven (Steven Rosefielde) (2009). '' Red Holocaust (2009


book red

book) Red Holocaust .'' Routledge. p.114. ISBN 0-415-77757-7. Yang notes that local party officials were indifferent to the large number of people dying around them, as their primary concern was the delivery of grain, which Mao wanted to use to pay back debts to the USSR totaling 1.973 billion yuan (Chinese yuan). In Xinyang, people died of starvation at the doors of grain warehouses. O'Neill, Mark (2008).


298

;ref name "yangint" Deaths by violence Not all deaths during the Great Leap were from starvation. Frank Dikötter estimates that at least 2.5 million people were beaten or tortured to death and 1 to 3 million committed suicide. Dikötter (2010). pp.298 & 304. He provides some illustrative examples. In Xinyang, where over a million died in 1960, 6-7 percent (around 67,000) of these were beaten to death by the militias. In Daoxian county, 10


256

; and his mother was a Lady Dong. ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 256 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷256). He had two older brothers, Wang Chao (Wang Chao (Tang Dynasty)) and Wang Shengui (王審邽). ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 254 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷254). 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 Guangshui Yingshan


254

; and his mother was a Lady Dong. ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 256 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷256). He had two older brothers, Wang Chao (Wang Chao (Tang Dynasty)) and Wang Shengui (王審邽). ''Zizhi Tongjian'', vol. 254 (:zh:s:資治通鑑 卷254). 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 Guangshui Yingshan


causing

Hong's army, stationed at Luokou for nearly a year without advancing, had an attack of night terror, and Xiao Hong, in fear, fled, causing his army to collapse without a battle. When Northern Wei forces next attacked the fortress of Zhongli (鍾離, in modern Bengbu as well), however, they were defeated by a Liang army commanded by Wei and Cao Jingzong (曹景宗) in spring 507, allowing Liang to keep Zhongli and effectively ending the war. After the battle of Zhongli, there would continue to be border

. A day later, the storm moved over Xinyang, Henan, and later at Zhumadian, Henan for three days, and the typhoon brought heavy rainfall, causing the infamous collapse of the Banqiao Dam. The storm moved southwest on August 8, and dissipated soon afterwards. http: www.hnqx.cn xqhy xq_view.jsp?id 6778 * 40px (File:China Expwy G1 sign with name.png) G1 (G1 Beijing–Harbin Expressway): Shenyang- Beijing * File:China


quot shows

, Perry (2010). China: From Famine to Oslo. The New York Review of Books, December 16, 2010. Economist Steven Rosefielde argues that Yang's account "shows that Mao's slaughter was caused in considerable part by terror-starvation; that is, voluntary manslaughter (and perhaps murder) rather than innocuous famine." Rosefielde, Steven (Steven Rosefielde) (2009). '' Red Holocaust (2009

Xinyang

'''Xinyang''' ( ; Postal map spelling (Chinese Postal Map Romanization): Sinyang) is a prefecture-level city in southeastern Henan province (province of China), People's Republic of China, the southernmost such administrative division in the province. Its population was 6,109,106 inhabitants at the 2010 census whom 1,230,042 lived in the built-up area made up of 2 urban districts, Pingqiao and Shihe.

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