City Maps Gejiu China

City Maps Gejiu China

This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Gejiu adventure :)

Author: James Mcfee

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1548742694

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Page: 24

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City Maps Gejiu China is an easy to use small pocket book filled with all you need for your stay in the big city. Attractions, pubs, bars, restaurants, museums, convenience stores, clothing stores, shopping centers, marketplaces, police, emergency facilities are only some of the places you will find in this map. This collection of maps is up to date with the latest developments of the city as of 2017. We hope you let this map be part of yet another fun Gejiu adventure :)
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South West China

South West China

Author: Bradley Mayhew

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ISBN: IND:30000112379825

Category: China, Southwest

Page: 624

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Globetrotters exploring the south eastern provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, and Guangxi will benefit from the detailed information contained in this guide. Supported with 82 maps and 28 colour pages of photographs. Coverage includes places of interest such as ancient landmarks, and a review of the Buddhist culture. Up-to-date information on transportation options is included as well as a wide-ranging menu of local delicacies to sample. For the linguistic enthusiast, there is an indispensable Mandarin language section with Chinese script throughout.
Categories: China, Southwest

China s changing map

China s changing map

Kingtiehshan ( Ching - t'ieh - shan , Jingtieshan ) , 292 ( map ) , 294 , 299-300 Kingyuan ( Ching - yuan , Jingyuan ) ... 315 , 317 Kirin ( Chi - lin , Jilin ) , city , 238 ( map ) , 248 ( map ) , 264-5 ; electric power , 261 ; paper and ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B4903068

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Page: 390

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China s Changing Map

China s Changing Map

Kingtiehshan ( Ching - t'ieh - shan , Jingtieshan ) , 292 ( map ) , 294 , 299-300 Kingyuan ( Ching - yian , Jingyuan ) ... 315 , 317 Kirin ( Chi - lin , Jilin ) , city , 238 ( map ) , 248 ( map ) , 264-5 ; electric power , 261 ; paper and ...

Author: Theodore Shabad

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ISBN: UOM:39015002582115

Category: China

Page: 370

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Categories: China

China Archaeology and Art Digest

China Archaeology and Art Digest

Zhu Yunsheng #KE " The neolithic site at Tangdian , Gejiu city , Yunnan province "去南個舊市倘甸新石器# f1cütit ... Li Xiaocong ## " A survey and study of ancient Chinese maps in European collections "歐洲所藏部分中文古 HUMIT BLUTTE ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105017126579

Category: Art, Chinese

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"A comprehensive quarterly digest and index of all quality Chinese publications in the archeological and art history fields;" includes also translated longer synopses of articles on topics covered, and a report of archeological news.
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Look East to Act East Policy

Look East to Act East Policy

National Capital City / Town 1992 Committed Asian Highway Network River Provincial Boundary International Boundary ... YUNNAN PROVINCE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Gejiu Yulin Nanning dinhou Lao Cai Lang Song Fangcheng Hai Phong Hekay ?

Author: Gurudas Das

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317328735

Category: Political Science

Page: 270

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This volume captures the success of India’s Look East Policy (LEP) in promoting economic engagement with neighbouring countries in Asia and simultaneously its limitations in propelling growth in the bordering North Eastern Region — India’s bridge head to South East Asia. It analyses the instrumental role of LEP in bringing a tectonic shift in India’s foreign trade by redirecting the focus from the West to the East, thus leading to a fundamental change in the nature of India’s economic interdependence. Besides discussing foreign trade, it expounds as to how LEP made India play an important role in the emerging Asian security architecture and liberated Indian foreign policy from being centred on South Asia. The essays also enumerate the reasons for LEP’s failure in the North Eastern Region and chart out actionable programmes for course correction that might be factored into its latest edition — the Act East Policy. This book will interest scholars and researchers of international relations, international trade and economics, politics, and particularly those concerned with Northeast India.
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Geology of Tin Deposits in Asia and the Pacific

Geology of Tin Deposits in Asia and the Pacific

... 1984, jointly sponsored by ESCAP/RMRDC and the Ministry of Geology, People's Republic of China Charles S. Hutchison. Fig. 10. Schematic map showing the distribution of aeromagnetic axial line and tectonics in Gejiu City area.

Author: Charles S. Hutchison

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642727658

Category: Science

Page: 718

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This volume represents an edited selection of papers presented at the International symposium on the geology of tin deposits held in Nanning City in October 1984. It documents a great advance in our knowledge of tin deposits, particularly of the People's Republic of China. Details are presented in English for the first time on the major tin-polymetallic sulphide deposits of Dachang and Gejiu, which bear similarities to the deposits of Tasmania, but are little known to the geological community outside of China. The publication of this volume was sponsored by the United Nations ESCAP Regional Mineral Resources Development Centre (RMRDC), now a Regional Mineral Resources Development Project (RMRDP) within ESCAP. The Centre had previously published a report on the Symposium in Nanning City and the following field trip to the Dachang tin-polymetallic sulphide deposit of Guangxi, entitled "Report on the International Symposium on the Geology of Tin Deposits: Nanning and Dachang, China, 27 October - 8 November 1984". It is my privilege to acknowledge the help provided by Dr. J. F. McDivitt and Dr. H. W. Gebert, co-ordinator of ESCAP-RMRDC.
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Geological Formation Names of China 1866 2000

Geological Formation Names of China  1866   2000

Ailaoshan Group ( ) No.2 Regional Geological Survey Team, Yunnan Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, 1970, ExplanatoryTextof 1:200 000 Scale GeologicalMap: GejiuSheet The famousmountain Ailaoshan in Gejiu County, YunnanProvince A ...

Author: Shouxin Zhang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540938248

Category: Science

Page: 1650

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Geological Formation Names of China (1866—2000) is the only catalogue on stratigraphic nomenclature for China in the world to keep two writing types (Wade-Giles Romanization and Chinese Phonetic Alphabet) so as to provide convenience for domestic and overseas readers. The catalogue is intended for specialists and graduates in Geosciences and Stratigraphy. Shouxin Zhang (1927 —2006) was stratigrapher and research professor at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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Echoes of History

Echoes of History

Naxi Music in Modern China Helen Rees. 40 Sichuan Province 135 9 12 13 19 ris 24 33 26 ... Gejiu City 4. Ninglang County 18. Yao'an County 32. Mengzi County 5. Yongsheng County 19. Chuxiong City 33. Qiubei County 6. Huaping County 20.

Author: Helen Rees

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195351620

Category: Music

Page: 296

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Based on extensive fieldwork and documentary research in China, this book is a chronicle of the musical history of Lijiang County in China's southern Yunnan Province. It focuses on Dongjing music, a repertoire borrowed from China's Han ethnic majority by the indigenous Naxi inhabitants of Lijiang County. Used in Confucian worship as well as in secular entertainment, Dongjing music played a key role the Naxi minority's assimilation of Han culture over the last 200 years. Prized for its complexity and elegance, which set it apart from "rough" or "simpler" indigenous Naxi music, Dongjing played an important role in defining social relationships, since proficiency in the music and membership in the Dongjing associations signified high social status and cultural refinement. In addition, there is a strong political component in its examination of the role of indigenous music in the relation of a socialist state to its ethnic minorities. The first in English on this rich musical tradition, this book is also unique in providing a complete history of the music in a single region in China over the twentieth century. It integrates individual, local, and national histories with musical experience and musical change. Ethnic music in China provides a vivid example of the tremendous cultural changes over the past century, and the tradition continues to evolve as China encourages ethnic diversity within a unified socialist nation. The book includes a case study of China's tourist trade and its policies toward minorities.
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Natural Resources and the New Frontier

Natural Resources and the New Frontier

Map by Debbie Newell based on a widely distributed online map. Oswego City School District Regents Exam Prep Center (1999), http:// regentsprep.org/Regents/global/themes/imperialism/china.cfm/. could be exploited to help power their ...

Author: Judd C. Kinzley

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226492322

Category: History

Page: 272

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China’s westernmost province of Xinjiang has experienced escalating cycles of violence, interethnic strife, and state repression since the 1990s. In their search for the roots of these growing tensions, scholars have tended to focus on ethnic clashes and political disputes. In Natural Resources and the New Frontier, historian Judd C. Kinzley takes a different approach—one that works from the ground up to explore the infrastructural and material foundation of state power in the region. As Kinzley argues, Xinjiang’s role in producing various natural resources for regional powers has been an important but largely overlooked factor in fueling unrest. He carefully traces the buildup to this unstable situation over the course of the twentieth century by focusing on the shifting priorities of Chinese, Soviet, and provincial officials regarding the production of various resources, including gold, furs, and oil among others. Through his archival work, Kinzley offers a new way of viewing Xinjiang that will shape the conversation about this important region and offer a model for understanding the development of other frontier zones in China as well as across the global south.
Categories: History