. Some other famous tourist attractions are available in Luzhou’s neighboring cities including Leshan, Yibin, Zigong and Chongqing. There are there national scenic spots nearby comprising Bamboo Forest scenic spot, Mt. Simianshan in Chongqing and Sidong Channel in Guizhou Province. Born in Yibin, Sichuan, China, Chen emigrated to Japan in 1952, and became a Japanese citizen in 1954. Chen had originally specialized in Chinese imperial cuisine. However
as the Jinsha River. Below Yibin, the Yangtze is known in Chinese as the ''Chang Jiang'' or "Long River." As with the rest of the Sichuan Basin, Yibin has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification) ''Cwa'') with high humidity year-round; winters are short and mild while summers long, hot, and humid. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from in July and August
, part of his report indicated that by going through the southwestern kingdoms, embassies could reach Shendu (India) and Anxi (Parthia) easier. Encouraged by the report, in 122 BC, Emperor Wu sent ambassadors to try to again persuade Yelang and Dian (Dian Kingdom) (滇, modern eastern Yunnan) into submission. It was intended to name the reptile after the place where its fossil was first found — a construction site next to the Mǎmíngxī (马鸣溪) Ferry Crossing by the Jinsha River (金沙江, the westernmost major headwater stream of the Yangtze River), near Yibin (宜宾) in Sichuan Province of China. However, due to an accentual mix-up by Young (Yang Zhongjian), the location name ''Mǎ'''míng'''xī'' (马鸣溪 'horse-neighing brook') was mistaken as ''Mǎ'''mén'''xī'' (马门溪 'horse-gate brook'). Origin of the ''Mamenchisaurus'' name (in Chinese), Beijing Museum of Natural History website Chang's Mother's story The book now moves to the story of Chang's mother (Bao Qin De-hong), who at the age of fifteen, began working for the Communist Party of China and Mao Zedong's Red Army. As the Revolution progressed, her work for the party helped her rise through the ranks. She met the man who would become Chang's father (Wang Yu Shou-yu), a high-ranking officer. The couple were soon married but Communist Party dictates meant they were not allowed to spend much time together. Eventually, the couple were transferred to Yibin, Chang's father's hometown. It was a long and arduous trek. Chang's mother traveled on foot because of her rank, while her father rode in a Jeep. He was not aware that Chang's mother was pregnant. After arrival at Nanjing, Chang's mother undertook gruelling military training. After the strain of the training coupled with the journey, she suffered a miscarriage. Chang's father swore to never again be inattentive to his wife's needs. - 27px (File:China Expwy G93 sign no name.svg) G93 Chengdu–Chongqing Ring Expressway Chengdu Chengdu Interconnects Chengdu, Mianyang, Suining, Chongqing, Hejiang (Hejiang County), Luzhou, Yibin, Leshan, Yaan, and Chengdu -
;ndash; Xingyi, Guizhou Curtiss Hawk 75, a new version of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk flown by Chinese pilots also took an active part in combat but did not achieve any special success. The Chinese 25th Squadron was the first unit to receive the new Hawk 75 and began to train in July 1938 under the direction of Claire Lee Chennault. On 18 August 1938, Squadron Commander Tang Pu-sheng led three Hawk 75s and 7 Polikarpov I-15s to intercept 27 Japanese planes over Hengyang
Cuiping Mountain Economy The city's industry focuses on electronics, food products, and power generation. It also produces paper, silk, and leather products. The surrounding region is rich in agricultural resources, growing rice, barley, oil seeds, sesame, and tea. The largest employer in Yibin is Wuliangye, a company best known for Wuliangye, a brand of sorghum-based distilled spirits (distilled beverage) known as baijiu. The Wuliangye Group grew from a small company employing just
needed date December 2009 *In 1937, several additional colleges and schools were built, including colleges of Literature and sciences, and law school. The University became a comprehensive university, and was renowned for its prestigious reputation in medicine and engineering. *In August 1937, Wusong Town and Shanghai city were engaged in a decisive battle of Far East field during World War II. Short after the battle, the medical school moved to East side of Shanghai city, then across provinces of Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Guangxi and Yunnan, and finally arrived in Yibin(宜宾) and Nanxi of Sichuan province in October, 1940. *In July 1946, Tongji University Medical School moved back Shanghai with ending of the World War II. * '''ZUXC''' (XIC) – Xichang Qingshan Airport – Xichang, Sichuan * '''ZUYB''' (YBP) – Yibin Caiba Airport – Yibin, Sichuan * '''ZUYI''' (ACX) – Xingyi Airport – Xingyi, Guizhou Curtiss Hawk 75, a new version of the Curtiss P-36 Hawk flown by Chinese pilots also took an active part in combat but did not achieve any special success. The Chinese 25th Squadron was the first unit to receive the new Hawk 75 and began to train in July 1938 under the direction of Claire Lee Chennault. On 18 August 1938, Squadron Commander Tang Pu-sheng led three Hawk 75s and 7 Polikarpov I-15s to intercept 27 Japanese planes over Hengyang; the Hawk 75s shot down one enemy plane and damaged another. Tang was shot down and killed; the other two Hawk 75s crashed during landing. The 16th Squadron of the 6th Bomber Air Group, having earlier flown the V-92 Corsair light bombers, was changed to a fighter squadron on 1 October 1938 and was sent to Zhiqiang, Hunan, to take possession of nine Hawk 75s. The pilots retrained under the direction of Chennault. At the end of the year, they were redeployed to Yibin, Sichuan, for air defense of the Chinese wartime capital of Chongqing. In January 1939, the squadron flew to Kunming, Yunnan, where it was disbanded in August the same year. Prior to 1 November 1938, the 18th Squadron was also included in the 6th Bomber Air Group, flying the Douglas O-2MC scout light bombers; it was re-equipped with nine Hawk 75 fighters, and independently began retraining with its Squadron Commander Yang Yibai Sino-Japanese Air War 1937-1945.Operations 1939 in Yibin.
include the Bamboo Sea in Changning County and the Xingwen Stone Forest. Cuiping mountain in the centre of the city provides wonderful views of Yibin. Yibin is also the confluence of the Min (Min River (Sichuan)) and Jinsha Rivers, which together form the ''Chang Jiang'' as the Yangtze River is known in Chinese from Yibin to Shanghai. The most significant scenic resource is Mountain Park (dashan gongyuan,大山公园), which stretches for hundreds of kilometers. Notes
wife's needs. - 27px (File:China Expwy G93 sign no name.svg) G93 Chengdu–Chongqing Ring Expressway Chengdu Chengdu Interconnects Chengdu, Mianyang, Suining, Chongqing, Hejiang (Hejiang County), Luzhou, Yibin, Leshan, Yaan, and Chengdu - '''Li Huasheng''' (Simplified Chinese: 李华生; Hanyu Pinyin: Lǐ Huáshēng) (1944 - ) is a Chinese (China) artist from Yibin
of Poetry, Calligraphy, and Painting . Li's life has been extensively chronicled in Jerome Silbergeld and Gong Jisui's ''Contradictions: Artistic Life, The Socialist State, and the Chinese Painter Li Huasheng'', and his life has been said to " epitomize
'', August 22, 2005 However, liquor is not the sole product of the WuLiangye Group. It also provides the specialized high-tech anti-counterfeit packaging and printing business and engineering services. Wuliangye now contributes about 60% of Yibin's GDP. However as the location of headquarter of Wuliangye, liquor industry is one of the most important pillar industries in the economy of Yibin. As a result of it, the growth of local economy is extremely dependent on the flourish
, the other southward through Mengzi County to the Red River (Red River (Asia)) in Indochina. Eastward, a difficult mountain route led to Guiyang in Guizhou province and thence to Hunan province. To the northeast was a well-established trade trail to Yibin in Sichuan province on the Yangtze River. But these trails were all extremely difficult, passable only by mule trains or pack-carrying porters. - YBP ZUYB Yibin Caiba Airport Yibin, Sichuan
'''Yibin''' ( ) is a prefecture-level city in the southeastern part of Sichuan province, People's Republic of China, located at the junction of the Min (Min River (Sichuan)) and Yangtze Rivers.
Its population was 4,471,840 inhabitants according to the 2010 census of whom 836,340 lived in the built-up (''or metro'') area made of Cuiping District. One can notice that Yibin County is being conurbated soon as urbanisation sprawls in the southwestern direction.