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Cheju,

South Korea: see JejuJeju
or Cheju
, Jap. Saishu, island and province of South Korea (1995 pop. 505,442), c.700 sq mi (1,810 sq km), c.60 mi (100 km) SW of the Korean peninsula. Korea's largest island, Jeju is of volcanic origin and rises to c.
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Cheju

 

a city and port in South Korea, on the island of Cheju-do in the Korea Strait. Capital of Cheju-do, which has the status of a province. Airport. Population, more than 100,000 (1970). Economic activities include cottage industry, the catching of marine fish and shellfish, and food processing, including the processing of seafood.

Cheju

a volcanic island in the N East China Sea, southwest of Korea: constitutes a province (Cheju-do) of South Korea. Capital: Cheju. Pop.: 302 000 (2005 est.). Area: 1792 sq. km (692 sq. miles)
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This collection of fifty-seven articles on materials science and bioengineering, drawn from papers presented at the 2011 International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Material Science, held in September 2011, at Cheju Island Korea, showcases current scholarship in a wide variety of topics.
From the outset of their two-hour meeting at a Cheju hotel, Song said different perceptions over history-related issues -- in an allusion to the comfort women issue -- are ''making it difficult'' for both nations to move their relations forward.
CHEJU, South Korea - Japan and seven other Asian economies on Thursday discussed concrete ways to liberalize nonagricultural trade under the World Trade Organization, at a breakfast meeting on the sidelines of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum meeting on South Korea's Cheju Island.
They also decided to increase by two to three per week the number of flights connecting Osaka and Cheju, Fukuoka and Seoul, and Sapporo and Seoul to meet growing demand expected as a result of Japan's ongoing campaign to increase the number of foreign visitors and other exchange programs.
Nortel has implemented the network through the use of its OPTera Long Haul 1600 Optical Line Systems together with point-to-point connections from Gwangju, Kohung to Cheju Island and from Gwangju, Namhae to Cheju Island.
Storm-ravaged structures included the soccer stadium at Seogwipo, on Cheju island, which hosted some of this year's World Cup matches, and a hockey stadium and three other facilities built for the Asian Games opening later this month in the southern port city of Pusan.
The microbes apparently secrete tautomycetin in self-defense: The compound can kill fungi and other bacteria that may prey on the Cheju strain.
June has performed with the "Cave and Concert" in Cheju Island, 1997, Prodigy concerts at the Kumbo Art Gallery and Seoul Arts Center, 1999, and in 2001 the Marimba Concerto, "Prism Rhapsody," with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.
Eriksson and his squad will spend a week on the Korean paradise island of Cheju before switching to their permanent base camp in Japan.
May 17: England leave for Cheju Island, South Korea, for acclimatisation.
03 billion and built ten new stadia from Seoul in the north to the island of Cheju in the south with an aggregate capacity of 472,000.
Korea 12 JP-KA1 Kanto, Japan 12 JP-TO4 Tohoku, Japan 12 JP-TO6 Tohoku, Japan 12 CH-HB5 Hebei, China 4 CH-SA6 Shaanxi, China 4 CH-SD8 Shandong, China 4 KO-CH1 Cheju, S.