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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Northern China"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Northern China was now united under Emperor Taiwu's reign, ending the Sixteen Kingdoms era and starting the Southern and Northern Dynasties era.
  2. Northern China was ruled during this period by five short-lived military regimes, while the South became split into ten independent states. (Web site)
  3. Northern China was particularly affected; its canal and dam system fell into disrepair, causing extensive flooding and famine. (Web site)
  4. Northern China was devastated by the Wu Hu uprisings.
  5. Northern China is currently experiencing the heaviest snowfall in six decades. (Web site)

China

  1. Beijing, also been known in English as Peking, is a city in northern China and the capital of the People's Republic of China.
  2. People's Republic of China The communist forces initially held parts of Manchuria and northern China at the start of the Chinese civil war.
  3. Beijing is a metropolis in northern China and the capital of the People's Republic of China.

Control

  1. The Mongols took control of northern China after about 1230 but their invasion attempts were prevented from succeeding in Japan.

Central China

  1. The advent of the Maiyu in June and July marks the beginning of the monsoon in central China, after which the rainfall belts shift to northern China. (Web site)

Conquer China

  1. Japan was hoping to conquer China in its entirety by invading vast areas of Northern China. (Web site)

Northeastern China

  1. Dalian is a major port of northeastern China and a trading gateway for all of northern China.

North-Western China

  1. Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone is the largest free trade zone in northern China as well as the only free trade zone in northern China and north-western China. (Web site)

Northern Frontier

  1. In 936, the Later Jin Dynasty (936-947) of northern China ceded a large part of its northern frontier, including modern Beijing, to the Khitan Liao Dynasty.

Time

  1. Many art objects were produced in Northern China during the time of the Northern Celestial Masters. (Web site)

Five Dynasties

  1. First were the Five Dynasties, which ruled northern China in succession from 907 to 960. (Web site)

Pengyang

  1. A study of 2010 [ 51] analysed six human remains of a nomadic group, excavated from Pengyang, Northern China. (Web site)

Jin Empire

  1. Around the 1130, the Mongols emerged as a powerful tribe, defeating neighboring nomads and forcing the Jin Empire of Northern China to pay tribute. (Web site)

Anti-Foreign

  1. The uprising began as an anti-foreign, anti- imperialist peasant-based movement in northern China. (Web site)

Demand Territorial

  1. The Boxer uprising was concentrated in northern China where the European powers had begun to demand territorial, railroad and mining concessions. (Web site)

Liao

  1. While the Liao kept the Song dynasty out of northern China, it could not stop a more powerful nomadic tribe from further north. (Web site)

Shanxi Province

  1. CAA also reported the arrest of 20 house church leaders in the Shanxi province in northern China. (Web site)
  2. However, in 2005, the Shanxi province in Northern China was reported to have one of the highest incidence rates of neural tube defects in the world.

Hebei Province

  1. CHINA: Some 30 nuns who serve as doctors and nurses in Hebei province, northern China, have signed up as voluntary health care workers for SAILS patients.

Boxer Rebellion

  1. The Boxer rebellion was concentrated in northern China where the European powers had begun to demand territorial, rail and mining concessions.
  2. At the start of the 20th century, the Boxer Rebellion threatened northern China.

Provinces

  1. On Tuesday, China Netcom announced that short message service of Xiaolingtong in the 10 provinces in northern China had become interoperable. (Web site)

Region

  1. This changed the region from a military to a social and economic center as well as a hub for Buddhism in Northern China.

Liang

  1. The mountain, the highest in northern China, had been entwined with Buddhism for more than 1,600 years and appeared in many Buddhist books, Liang said.

Europe

  1. The Boxer rebellion was concentrated in northern China where the Europe an powers had begun to demand territorial, rail and mining concessions.

End

  1. This campaign was the first of the three campaigns that marked the end of Nationalist dominance in northern China. (Web site)
  2. Foreign navies started building up their presence along the northern China coast from the end of April 1900.

Conflict

  1. He quickly came into conflict with the Jin empire of the Jurchen and the Western Xia in northern China.
  2. He quickly came into conflict with the Jin Dynasty empire of the Jurchen and the Western Xia in northern China.

Excuse

  1. Liu was replaced by Feng Ti in the excuse of health problem and was sent to Northern China to work with Zeng Kuoqing for BSS work there.

Land

  1. Due to long domination of Northern China by these non-Chinese conquerors, it was considered by northwestern people as the land of the Khitan. (Web site)

Japanese

  1. At the start of World War II, the 8th Route Army infiltrated itself behind Japanese lines in Northern China, where it established many bases of operations. (Web site)
  2. After all, the Japanese had been intensifying their aggression in northern China since the Twenty-one Demands of 1915, and in 1931 had seized Manchuria.

Population

  1. In northern China, Wang (王) is the most popular surname, being shared by 9.9% of the population.

Worsening

  1. ChinaThe drought in Northern China, the worst in 50 years, is worsening, and summer harvest is now threatened. (Web site)

Qing Dynasty

  1. During the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Hohhot was expanded to Suiyan City which is an important military port and commercial center in northern China.

Riches

  1. A major goal of Genghis was the conquest of the Jin Dynasty of China, both to avenge earlier defeats and to gain the riches of northern China.

Provisional Government

  1. The major issue before the provisional government was to seek the support of Yuan Shikai who controlled the Beiyang Army, the military of northern China.

Taiwan

  1. It originated in Hebei Province of Northern China, but is also well-known in other places as well today, especially Taiwan. (Web site)

Chiang Kai-Shek

  1. Chiang Kai-shek thus ordered the National Revolutionary Army to continue its northward march but to avoid Japanese controlled areas in northern China.

Liang Dynasty

  1. Gao was in the service of the Later Liang Dynasty (the successor of the Tang Dynasty in northern China). (Web site)
  2. During the Liang Dynasty, the warlord Zhu Wen held the most power in northern China. (Web site)

Warlords

  1. In this capacity, Chiang Kai-shek launched a military expedition northward to eradicate various feuding warlords in central and northern China.

Years

  1. During the years following the Boxer Rebellion, the number of Catholics in northern China increased rapidly. (Web site)
  2. Jasmine tea has been the favorite tea of those in northern China for many years, but has gained favor all over the world in more recent years. (Web site)
  3. Their ancestors led a nomadic life in the upper reaches of the Jenisej River in northern China more than 2,000 years ago. (Web site)

Guan Yu

  1. Together with Zhang Fei, Guan Yu joined Liu Bei and fought against the rebel forces in northern China. (Web site)
  2. Guan Yu and his sworn brothers were then serving in the camp of Gongsun Zan, a warlord from northern China who was also in the coalition.

Beijing

  1. It also paved the way for Khitan expansion into northern China, which prompted the rise of Beijing in Chinese history. (Web site)

Plains

  1. Also during this period, a nomadic people known as Dí (狄) invaded the plains of northern China and established Zhongshan (中山) in central Hebei. (Web site)

Sichuan

  1. After reuniting much of northern China, Cunxu conquered Former Shu in 925, a regime that had been set up in Sichuan. (Web site)
  2. While Cao Cao became the prime minister of the Han Empire and the de facto ruler of northern China, he was leading a wandering army around Shu (now Sichuan). (Web site)

History

  1. Their history in China dates from the Tang Dynasty (618- 907), when the Tatar tribe was ruled by the nomadic Turkic Khanate in northern China. (Web site)

Han

  1. What Chinese history says of Han diversity Historical documentation indicates that the Han were descended from the ancient Huaxia tribes of northern China.
  2. Historical documentation indicates that the Han were descended from the ancient Huaxia tribes of northern China. (Web site)

Xiongnu

  1. Xiongnu as an ethnic group "foreign" to Han culture and just starting to occupy northern China during Jin period. (Web site)

Qingdao

  1. It has linking shipping service with major ports in northern China such as Tianjin, Qingdao and Dalian Ports. (Web site)
  2. Qingdao is one of the only cities in northern China where surfing is possible. (Web site)

Wei

  1. During the division of the Three Kingdoms Shandong belonged to the Kingdom of Wei, which ruled over northern China. (Web site)

Cao Cao

  1. Henan was the power base of Cao Cao, who was based in Xuchang and eventually succeeded in unifying all of northern China under the Kingdom of Wei.
  2. Cao Cao pursued the defeated Yuan clan and finally united northern China, which later served as the foundation for the Kingdom of Wei. (Web site)
  3. Henceforth Cao Cao assumed effective rule over all of northern China. (Web site)

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