|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Jiaocheng (Chinese :交城; pinyin :Jiāochéng) is a county of central Shanxi province, China. It is under the administration of Lüliang city.
Ningde, also known as Mindong, is a prefecture-level city located along the northeastern coast of Fujian province, People's Republic of China. It borders the provincial capital of Fuzhou to the south, Wenzhou (Zhejiang) to the north, and Nanping to the west. Ningde is listed No.2 in China Integrated City Index 2016's environmental ranking, a study conducted by the National Development and Reform Commission.
The Shenyang Military Region was one of seven military regions for the Chinese People's Liberation Army. It has command and control of military and armed police forces in the three northeast provinces of Jilin, Heilongjiang, and Liaoning, which also form Military Districts. This region is now superseded by the Northern Theater Command.
There are many different tunings for the guqin.
Badu may refer to:
Gujiao is a county-level city of Shanxi Province, North China, it is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Taiyuan. The estimated population of Gujiao in 2017 is about 222,000.
Sandu may refer to:
Jiaocheng is a district of Ningde, Fujian province, PRC. Also called Ningde Shiqu, the district seats the municipality's executive, legislature and judiciary, together with its Communist Party and Public Security Bureau.
Jiaocheng may refer to the following locations in China:
Ningde railway station is a railway station located in the Jiaocheng District of Ningde City, Fujian Province, China, on the Wenzhou-Fuzhou Railway operated by the Nanchang Railway Bureau, China Railway Corporation.
Xidaotang --originally called Jinxingtang 金星堂, the "Gold Star Hall"; also called the Hanxue pai 汉学派, the "Han Studies Sect" --is a Sino-Islamic religious body / special economic community centered in Gansu province. Founded in 1901 by Ma Qixi (1857–1914), a Chinese Muslim from Lintan, it fuses traditional Sunni Hanafi Islam with study of the Confucian classics and the Han Kitab. The group lived communally, supporting itself through a trade network which extended into the Tibetan border regions.
Zhangwan may refer to the following locations in China:
Cai Yingting is a former general of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA). He served as Commander of the Nanjing Military Region and President of the PLA Academy of Military Science, but was demoted in 2017.
Wang Jiaocheng is a retired general of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Ground Force. He served as the inaugural Commander of the Southern Theater Command from 2016 to 2017. Prior to that he was the Commander of the Shenyang Military Region between 2012 and 2016, and Deputy Commander of the Nanjing Military Region from 2007 to 2012.
Yuan Yubai is an admiral of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN). He has been Commander of the Southern Theater Command since January 2017, and formerly served as Commander of the North Sea Fleet from 2014 to 2017.
Li Ligong is a People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Jiaocheng County, Lüliang, Shanxi. He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of his home province (1983–1991) and political commissar of the People's Liberation Army Shanxi Military District (1983–1985). He was a member of the 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (1982–1987) and 13th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (1987–1992). He was a delegate to the 7th National People's Congress (1988-1993) and 8th National People's Congress (1993–1998).
National Key Buddhist Temples in Han Chinese Area are national key ("important") Buddhist temples in areas traditionally associated with the Han Chinese in the People's Republic of China. The list was originally released on 9 April 1983 by the State Council, and included 142 Buddhist temples.
Hubei is a town in Jiaocheng District, Ningde, Fujian province, China. As of 2018, it has 18 villages under its administration.
Xuanzhong Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Jiaocheng County, Shanxi, China. After Ennin introduced Pure Land Buddhism to Japan, Xuanzhong Temple is regard as one of the cradles of Pure Land Buddhism in both Chinese Buddhism and Japanese Buddhism.
Huayan Temple is a Buddhist temple located on Mount Zhiti (支提山), in Jiaocheng District of Ningde, Fujian, China. It is the ashram of Tianguan BBodhisattva.
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