Hashima


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Hashima

(häshē`mä), city (1990 pop. 61,460), Gifu prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Kijo River. It is a major center for the production of kimonos.
References in periodicals archive ?
About Aisha's school: The idea for Rays of Hope school started when Emily Hashima and her family, new to the area, were puzzled by children who would come to house doors holding big plastic bags.
Among other historical issues they discussed included Japan's responsibility to correctly address the forced labor of Koreans on Hashima Island off the coast of Nagasaki during Japan's 1910-45 occupation of the Korean Peninsula.
Recently, scholars have recognised the importance of expatriate spouses in the success of international assignments (Gupta, Banerjee, & Gaur, 2012; Herleman, Brett, & Hashima, 2008; Shaffer & Harrison, 1998; Takeuchi, et al.
Before it was abandoned and became a hallowed site of modern ruins, the offshore coal mine of Hashima Island near Nagasaki had more than 5,000 people living on an area barely 400 metres long, giving it a density above 83,500 people/sq km.
Ahmed Abou Hashima pointed to Harscos strengths in quality, the environment and its unmatched safety records as being key in expanding the relationship.
Big Project ME Industry Leader of the Year: Ahmed Abou Hashima -- CEO of Egyptian Steel
The show hasn't been given a name yet, but will be produced and directed by a Lebanese team and will air on the Egyptian channel DMC, which is owned by Lebanese superstar Haifa Wehbe's ex-husband Ahmad Abu Hashima.
The businessman, Ahmed Abou Hashima, a steel and media magnate with close ties to Mr.
Por lo tanto se observa la adopcion por parte de las empresas y destinos turisticos de herramientas online como TripAdvisor (Lei & Law, 2015), Twitter (Francalanci & Metra, 2015) e Instagram (Salleh, Hashima & Murphy, 2015).
Prominent businessman Nagib Sawiris had sold the channel in May to pro-state businessman Ahmed Abu Hashima.
by Mark Leonard Chinese trainee Tang Xili wipes her chopsticks in a kitchen of a shelter managed by a local labor union in Hashima, Gifu Prefecture, Japan, on Thursday, January 14, 2016.
One of the owners Hamouda Castero said the four families, Castero, Hashima, Sidawi and Maswada, have been living in the homes located in Aqabat al-Khaldia in the old city of Jerusalem since 1967, but Israeli settlers have claimed ownership before 1948.