Linxia


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Linxia

or

Linsia

(both: lĭn-shēä), city (1994 est. pop. 88,200), SE Gansu prov., China. The city is a gateway to the Tibetan areas near the Qinghai and Sichuan borders. It trades in hides and wool. The name sometimes appears as Lin-hsia.
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The district education bureau stated in a notice posted online that school kids in Linxia county in Gansu province, home to many members of the Muslim Hui ethnic minority, are prohibited from entering religious buildings over their break, reported the Independent.
But for Mayis Hagei, a Muslim hotcake cook from Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu Province, work continues.
Another suspect was caught in the province's Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture.
Hong H, Li Z, Xue H, Zhu Y, Zhang K, Xiang S (2007) Oligocene clay mineralogy of the Linxia Basin: evidence of Paleoclimatic evolution subsequent to the initial-stage uplift of the Tibetan Plateau.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Qom city and China's Linxia city signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to further broaden their mutual cooperation in economic and cultural fields.
The questionnaires were distributed in four concentrated blocks in Xiyuan Street, Xihu Street, Linxia Road, and Zhangye Road, all located in Chengguan and Qilihe Districts.
Hongming Xia ([dagger]), Wansheng He ([double dagger]), Linxia Hu (#); and Zhongshe Gao (#);
China acquired a USD-18-million loan for the Gansu Vocational Education project, which is to expand and equip four vocational secondary schools in the prefectures of Linxia and Dingxi, benefiting over 19,000 students who will receive the technical skills needed to obtain better-paying jobs.
wimani described by Deng (2001) from Fugu, Shanxi and Linxia basins, China, in the presence of weakly constricted protocone and unconstricted hypoconid, well-developed parastyle fold and paracone ribs, weaker development of crochet, small antecrochet, and wide mandibular symphysis.
5 1500 Liquan 1215 1500 Gansu Jingnin 810 1500 Linxia 322.
Many women wear masks to prevent their cheeks from becoming chapped by the bitter winds on the Tibetan plateau--the highest such area in the world, with an average elevation of more than 5,000 metres; Below: this spectacular terraced landscape surrounds the Yellow River as it climbs through Gansu province from Lanzhou towards Linxia.
Hotel accommodations across western China are adequate, and many towns, including Kashi, Xining, Urumqi, and Linxia, have opened new Western-style hotels, often as a joint venture with Indian, Pakistani, or other foreign interests.