Location of Tongliang in Chongqing
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|• Total||1,342 km2 (518 sq mi)|
|• Density||450/km2 (1,200/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Tongliang District (simplified Chinese :铜梁区; traditional Chinese :銅梁區; pinyin :Tóngliáng Qū) is a district of Chongqing Municipality, China. On 6 June 2014 Tongliang was upgraded from a county into a district within Chongqing.
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|Name||Chinese (S)||Hanyu Pinyin||Population (2010)||Area (km2)|
|Bachuan Subdistrict||巴川街道||Bāchuān Jiēdào||80,534||37.33|
|Dongcheng Subdistrict||东城街道||Dōngchéng Jiēdào||78,721|
|Nancheng Subdistrict||南城街道||Nánchéng Jiēdào||49,265||60.34|
|Jiuxian Subdistrict||旧县街道||Jiùxiàn Jiēdào||31,499||63.4|
|Shiyu town||石鱼镇||Shíyú Zhèn||14,050||42|
|Tuqiao town||土桥镇||Tǔqiáo Zhèn||13,496||50.5|
|Erping town||二坪镇||Èrpíng Zhèn||7,806||26.4|
|Shuikou town||水口镇||Shuǐkǒu Zhèn||5,729||23|
|Anju town||安居镇||Ānjū Zhèn||21,000||57.4|
|Baiyang town||白羊镇||Báiyáng Zhèn||9,284||44|
|Pingtan town||平滩镇||Píngtān Zhèn||30,816||91|
|Fuguo town||福果镇||Fúguǒ Zhèn||12,161||37|
|Weixin town||维新镇||Wéixīn Zhèn||10,872|
|Gaolou town||高楼镇||Gāolóu Zhèn||6,364||26.5|
|Damiao town||大庙镇||Dàmiào Zhèn||16,277||41.4|
|Weilong town||围龙镇||Wéilóng Zhèn||14,690||46.5|
|Huaxing town||华兴镇||Huáxìng Zhèn||9,316||40|
|Yongjia town||永嘉镇||Yǒngjiā Zhèn||22,377||64|
|Anxi town||安溪镇||Ānxī Zhèn||6,075||29|
|Xihe town||西河镇||Xīhé Zhèn||12,567||40|
|Taiping town||太平镇||Tàipíng Zhèn||17,909||48.2|
|Hufeng town||虎峰镇||Hǔfēng Zhèn||30,248||54.8|
|Shaoyun town||少云镇||Shǎoyún Zhèn||19,174||51.5|
|Pulü town||蒲吕镇||Púlǚ Zhèn||22,719||42|
|Lüfeng town||侣俸镇||Lǚfèng Zhèn||33,968||51.13|
|Xiaolin town||小林镇||Xiǎolín Zhèn||6,753||30.67|
|Shuangshan town||双山镇||Shuāngshān Zhèn||7,329||33.83|
|Qinglong town||庆隆镇||Qìnglóng Zhèn||9,087||28|
|Location||Bachuan, Tongliang County, Chongqing|
|Date||November 18, 2004|
|Target||Wife, Civilians inside Tea House|
|Bombing, stabbing, mass murder, murder-suicide|
|Deaths||16 (including perpetrator)|
On November 18, 2004, 袁代中), who was having a dispute with his wife, stabbed her to death at their village home, and then blew up 42 people in a tea house, killing himself and 14 other people. Twenty-eight people were injured in the blast. The attack happened on the ninth anniversary of the Zhaodong massacre.41-year-old Yuan Daizhong (
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Chongqing Tongliang NO.1 Experimental Primary School is among the best primary schools of Chongqing.
Chongqing Tongliang NO.2 Experimental Primary School is in this district.
Chongqing Bachuan International High School is a private school in the district, which is known as an expert of junior and high school education.
Chongqing Bachuan International High School and Middle School (重庆市巴川国际高级中学校) or Chongqing Bachuan International Math & Science School is an international school in Tongliang District, Chongqing, China. The school shares its campus with Bachuan Middle School, Bachuan High School and the Bachuan Mini program. The international school opened in 2012.
Chongqing Tongliang Bachuan Middle School.
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