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  • ...om the hinterland moved in during the [[Qin]] and [[Han]] Dynasties. ('''[[Guangdong Cuisine|More ...]]''' )
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  • ...Luo Fuhe]]Born in 1949, of [[Han]] nationality, native of [[Guangzhou]], [[Guangdong Province]]. Studied at the Guangdong Agriculture and Forestry College in 1973-1976.
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  • ...n comprises nine schools. They are the [[Beijing]], [[Shandong]], Sichuan, Guangdong, [[Fujian]], Huai Yang, [[Hubei]], [[Hunan]], and [[Jiangsu]] [[Zhejiang]]
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  • ...n Ruo''' ('''林若''') (Oct., 1924-Oct. 7, 2012) once stood at the head of [[Guangdong Province]]. Until this day he remains best known for his supportive role in ...ina]] ([[CPC]]) and became a local party cadre after the founding of [[the People’s Republic of China]] ([[PRC]]).
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  • ...d joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in December 1973. He graduated from the Department of Economics at Xiamen University with a major in planning a 1970-1971 Worker, Logistics Department, Guangdong Maoming Petroleum Company (GMPC) under the Ministry of Petroleum Industry
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  • ...mb|left|Ma Man kei]]Born in October 1919, ethnic Han, native of Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. ...sia University of Macao, and honorary doctor's degree by Jinan University, Guangdong.
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  • ...d joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in December 1976. Li graduated from Department of History, Jilin University where he completed an undergraduate Chairman, Standing Committee of the Hubei Provincial People's Congress
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  • '''Zeng Guoqiang''' (曾国强) from [[Guangdong Province]] won a gold medal in the 52kg weight division event at the 23rd O [[category:sports]][[category:people]]
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  • ...nese war of resistance against Japan, he wrote vocal works that encouraged people to fight the invaders. [[Xian Xinghai|(More...)]]
    355 bytes (52 words) - 03:00, 27 August 2010
  • ...nan]] provinces soon announced their succession with wide support from the people. Discord also began to surface inside the government. The accumulating pres
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  • ...tary-general of the [[Guangdong]] provincial government, has been expelled from the [[Communist Party of China]] and relieved of public office due to serio ...g, [[Hainan]] Province, Xie graduated with an MA in 1984. He worked in the Guangdong provincial Party committee and government in 1992, successively serving as
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  • Zhong was born on March 20, 1903, in Haifeng County, [[Guangdong Province]]. He joined the Zhongshan University faculty in 1927, where he or [[Category:scholars]][[Category:people from Guangdong]]
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  • ...odai''' in [[Sichuan Province]] dates back to the third century. [[Hakka]] people make up over 85% of the local population and they still persist in their tr ...ng]] government launched a century-long campaign to move people to Sihcuan from neighboring areas. Gradually, Sichuan got the largest community of Hakkas b
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  • ...ed as refuges in this once bandit-plagued region. Many were built by local people who had gone abroad to seek their fortunes. [[File:Kaiping Diaolou and Villages.jpg|thumb|Kaiping Diaolou and Villages,Guangdong Province,2007,World Cultural Heritage]]
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  • ...tes, and some have been eliminated out of respect for the eating habits of people in other areas, but some strange foods still remain. ...oser contacts with the hinterland. As Western culture has been introduced, Guangdong cuisine has absorbed the cooking skills of the West as well as the cooking
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  • Hung grew up in a family of Cantonese opera performers in Kaiping City, [[Guangdong]] Province. She moved to [[Hong Kong]] during World WarⅡand started her o In 1955, Hung and Ma settled in [[Guangzhou]] where they led many Guangdong Cantonese Opera Troupe productions. Hung remained on the Chinese mainland f
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  • ...ang Autonomous Region]], and a small number live on [[Hainan]] Island in [[Guangdong Province]] and in southwest [[Hubei Province]]. Most of them live in tightl
    575 bytes (84 words) - 06:14, 23 October 2009
  • .... His Southern Sect brought Buddhism closer to the everyday life of common people, and also produced an evident impact on literature, arts, and the Confucian [[category:people]]
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  • [[File:Lsq1.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Shortly after the founding of the People's Republic of China, Liu Shaoqi (L) and Mao Zedong inspect a parade on the ...ina '''[[Sun Yat-sen]]''' was born to a poor family in Xiangshan County, [[Guangdong]] province.
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  • ...1. He graduated from Peking Union Medical College in 1929, and got his PhD from the New York State University. ...returned to China, he held such positions as the president of the Beijing People’s Hospital and Beijing Friendship Hospital, director and research fellow
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