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Ji or JI may refer to:

Jin is a toneless pinyin romanization of various Chinese names and words. These have also been romanized as Kin and Chin (Wade–Giles). "Jin" also occurs in Japanese and Korean.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Longyan</span> Prefecture-level city in south-western Fujian Province, China

Longyan is a prefecture-level city in south-western Fujian Province, China, bordering Guangdong to the south and Jiangxi to the west.

Nanshan, is a common place name in China and adjacent areas:

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Changting County</span> County in Fujian, Peoples Republic of China

Changting , also known as Tingzhou or Tingchow, is a county in western Fujian province, People's Republic of China. With a population of 480,000 and an area of 3,099 square kilometres (1,197 sq mi), Changting is the fifth largest county in the province. The majority of the population belongs to the Hakka people and speaks Changting dialect, a dialect of Hakka Chinese. The Changting dialect is mutually unintelligible with the Meixian dialect, which is another Hakka language spoken in Guangdong.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tingzhou fu</span> Administrative division of Fujian (1368 - 1913)

Tingzhou fu was a prefecture in Fujian province from the Tang Dynasty (唐朝) down to the early 20th century, when it was renamed Changting .

Changting may refer to the following locations in China:

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Tingzhou/Changting is a diocese co-extensive with the Chinese imperial prefecture Tingzhou fu. The cathedral is located in the present-day Tingzhou town.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ting River</span> River in China

The Ting River flows 300 kilometres (190 mi) from Ninghua County in western Fujian south to the port and Special Economic Zone of Shantou, Guangdong. It is a main tributary of the Han River and is also referred to Hakka Mother River.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Nelson Fu</span>

Nelson Fu or Fu Lianzhang was a Chinese medical doctor. He was one of the few Western-trained medical doctors to have made the Long March and later, in Beijing, a Vice-Minister of Public Health, to be responsible for the health of the Communist Party elite. In 1955, he was awarded the rank of lieutenant general of the People's Liberation Army.

The town of Tingzhou (汀州镇) is the seat of the Changting County, Longyan government, Party and police.

Tingzhou may refer to :

Shibi, literally Stone Wall, is one of four towns of Ninghua County, in western Fujian province, People's Republic of China, near the border with Jiangxi.

Johann Lesinski (1904–63) was the first and -to date- only bishop of Tingzhou, in the Ecclesiastical province of Fuzhou.

Tufang may refer to:

Guanqian may refer to the following locations in China:

Events in the year 1923 in China.

The Changting dialect is a dialect of Tingzhou Hakka mainly spoken in Changting County of northwest Fujian, China. It is generally regarded as the representative dialect of the Hakka spoken in western Fujian province.

The Tingzhou dialect is a group of Hakka dialects spoken in Longyan and Sanming, southwestern Fujian. Tingzhou includes the Hakka dialects spoken in the counties originally under the jurisdiction of Tingzhou: Changting (Tingzhou), Ninghua, Qingliu, Liancheng, Wuping, Shanghang, Yongding and Mingxi. The Changting dialect is generally regarded as the representative dialect of this branch of Hakka.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Sixian dialect</span> Hakka dialect of Taiwan

The Sixian dialect, also known as the Sixian accent, is a dialect of Hakka used by Taiwanese Hakkas, and it is the most spoken dialect of Taiwanese Hakka, being used in Hakka broadcasting in many public occasions. The Sixian dialect is generally spoken in northern and southern Taiwan, with main representative regions being Taoyuan and Miaoli in the north, as well as the Liudui Region in Kaohsiung and Pingtung in the south.