Gaoming is a district of Foshan in Guangdong Province, China.
Gaoming or Gao Ming may also refer to:
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Foshan, alternately romanized as Fatshan, is a prefecture-level city in central Guangdong Province, China. The entire prefecture covers 3,848 km2 (1,486 sq mi) and has an urban population around 7.2 million in 2012. The city is part of the western side of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone.
Gaoming District, formerly romanized as Koming, is an urban district of Foshan, Guangdong, in the People's Republic of China. Gaoming is located west of downtown Foshan and had a population of 420,044 during the 2010 census. It covers an area of 967.4 km2 (373.5 sq mi).
Jiangmen Prison is a prison in the Jiangmen District of the county-level city of Heshan in Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, China. Established in 1951, inmates work at the nearby Yingding Tea Factory (营顶茶场) and Minhai Clothing Factory (皿海服装厂).
Jiaoling Prison is a prison in Meizhou City, Guangdong Province, China. Jiaoling Prison was established in 1963. Industrial production takes place in this prison.
Foshan Prison is a prison in the Gaoming District of Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China. It was established as Xijiang Mengjiang Laogai Farm in 1958, and renamed Foshan Prison in 1995. Its inmates once mined ore at the adjacent Fuwan Xijiang Manganese Mine (富湾西江锰矿), whose deposits are now exhausted. They now produce rattan and wool goods.
Gaoming Prison Chinese: 高明监狱; pinyin: Gāomíng Jiānyù is a prison in the Hecheng subdistrict (荷城街道) of the Gaoming District, Foshan City, Guangdong Province, China. Established in 1957, prisoners work on the adjacent Xi'an Farm (西安农场).
Lianping Prison is a prison in Guangdong province, China, situated in Zhongxin town, Lianping County. It was established as Huiyang Region Liantang Laogai Farm in 1972. It is a large-scale prison where prisoners work in the nearby Lianping Prison Tea Manufacturing Plant (连平监狱制茶厂).
Wei (魏) is the English spelling of a Chinese surname.
Gao is an East Asian surname of Chinese origin that can be literally translated as "high" or "tall". There are approximately 16 million living people with this surname. Some places, such as Taiwan, usually romanise this family name into Kao. In Hong Kong, it is romanized to Ko. In Macau, it is romanized to Kou. In Singapore, it is romanized to Kwok. In 2019 it was the 19th most common surname in Mainland China.
Gao Ming is a retired Chinese football second striker.
You is the pinyin romanization of several Chinese family names including 尤 Yóu, 游 Yóu, 犹 Yóu, 由 Yóu, 右 Yòu, 幽 Yōu, etc. Among these names, 尤 Yóu and 游 Yóu are relatively common. 尤 Yóu is the 19th surname in Hundred Family Surnames.
Gao Ming, also known as Kao Ming, Gao Zecheng, and the Cabbage Root Taoist, was a Chinese poet and playwright during the Yuan Dynasty.
Events in the year 1957 in China. The country had an estimated population of 635 million people.
Wan is the Mandarin pinyin and Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese surname written 万 in simplified Chinese and 萬 in traditional Chinese. It is romanized as Man in Cantonese. It is listed 162nd in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, it is the 88th most common surname in China, shared by 2.4 million people. The province with the most people having the surname is Anhui. In 2011, of the top 30 cities in China it was the only the top ten surnames of Nanchang, where it is the fourth-most common name.
Hao is the Mandarin pinyin and Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese surname written 郝 in Chinese characters. It is listed 77th in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, it is the 82nd most common surname in China, shared by 2.7 million people.
Xia is the Mandarin pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written 夏 in Chinese character. It is romanized Hsia in Wade–Giles, and Ha in Cantonese. Xia is the 154th surname in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, it is the 66th most common Chinese surname, shared by 3.7 million people.
Min is the Mandarin pinyin and Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese surname written 闵 in simplified Chinese and 閔 in traditional Chinese. It is romanized Man in Cantonese. Min is listed 132nd in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, it is the 193rd most common surname in China, shared by 520,000 people. In 2013 it was the 224 the most common, with around 4.3 million people sharing the name, accounting for 0.032% of the total population, with the province with the most people sharing the name being Hubei.
Xu is a Chinese surname. It is different from Xu, represented by a different character.
Yiu Ming Temple is a heritage-listed Chinese temple at 16-22 Retreat Street, Alexandria, City of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Built in 1908-9, Yiu Ming Temple is one of the oldest surviving Chinese temples in Australia and a globally rare intact example of the traditional Chinese village temple form. While commonly known as the "Yiu Ming Temple", its formal name is Hong Sheng Gong or Hung Sheng Gong, which indicates that it is a Hung Shing Temple. It is also sometimes known as Yiu Ming Hung Fook Tong Temple(Chinese: 要明洪福堂), which is strictly the name of the previous temple used by the same community. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 24 September 1999.