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Andong,

city, China: see DandongDandong
or Andong
, city (1994 est. pop. 550,900), SE Liaoning prov., China, at the mouth of the Yalu River, opposite Korea. It is a port, connected by rail with Shenyang (Mukden) and with Sinuiju in North Korea.
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Andong

(än`dŭng`), city (1995 pop. 188,452), North Gyeongsang (Kyongsang) prov., E South Korea. It is a railroad junction, terminus of the navigable portion of the Nakdong River, and a commercial center in an agricultural area where rice, hemp, silk, cotton, and tobacco are grown. Andong Lake, formed by the Andong dam, is to the east.

Andong

a port in E China, in Liaoning province at the mouth of the Yalu River. Pop.: 730 000 (2005 est.)
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Highlighting the quandary, the newspaper Rasmei Kampuchea pointed Wednesday to Sen Phivin, a schoolmaster at Chhlork Andong Primary School in northern Siem Reap Province, who often leaves his principal's office to drive a taxi to supplement his income.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 73rd birthday Wednesday in Andong, known as the birthplace of Korean Confucianism, in South Korea's North Kyongsang Province.
On the third day of her state visit she flew 200 miles south from the capital Seoul to the remote farming region of Andong for the celebrations.
On the third day of her state visit, the Queen flew 200 miles from the South Korean capital Seoul to the remote farming region of Andong.
The Queen, first state head to visit Andong, 200 miles south of the capital Seoul, also drank a rice wine toast with five locals who share her birthday.
The queen's itinerary includes visits to Hahoe village, an ancient folk village at Andong, North Kyongsang Province, and to an elementary school to watch an exhibition of the Korean martial art Taekwondo there.