Linchuan

Linchuan

or

Linchwan

(both: lĭn`chwän`), city (1994 est. pop. 192,800), N central Jiangxi prov., China. It is an agricultural and commercial center and a road hub, known for its hot springs. Barite deposits are nearby. The city was formerly called Fuzhou, Fuchow, or Fu-chou.
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The news agency added that the prosecutors office and the Linchuan district government office are located just minutes apart.
2,3,3',4'-biphenyltetracarboxylic dianhydride ([alpha]-BPDA, dried at 150[degrees]C for 12 h in a vacuum oven prior to use) were purchased from Changzhou Wujin Linchuan, Chemical, China.
The government now plans to expand this zone further and include Linchuan and area into the Poyang Lake Ecological Economic Zone with 30 initial projects worth over $50 million RMB and the following investment of over $100 million RMB in sustainable and eco-friendly development.
In 1960, Huang Huanyi was born in Linchuan, Jiangxi province, not far from Jingdezhen.
1417 (2001); Jack Linchuan Qiu, Coming to Terms with Informational Stratification in the People's Republic of China, 20 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT.
Recorded by Mr Wang of Linchuan, on the ___ day of the seventh month, in the first year of Zhihe [1054].
Original locations of the essay: Linchuan xiansheng wenji [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (based on 1560 edn.
Two Poems on Viewing the Nine-Petalled Peaks from a Boat, Written to Wang Anguo's Rhymes" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in Linchuan 12/176; Li Bi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1160-1222), comp.
Among Wang's many pieces written in the lower Yangzi region, including at Gaoyou, Wujiang, Zhenjiang, Kunshan and Tongzhou, only a few are datable, including an inscription on the wall of Master Ruixin's monastery at Jinshan ("Ti Ruixin daoren bi" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Linchuan 71/756), dated sixth month, fifteenth day, 1053; and a "Record of Construction of the Tongzhou Sea Wall" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Linchuan 82/866), dated sixth month, sixth day, 1054.
Jack Linchuan Qiu, Bridging the Digital Divide: Equality in the Information Age: Coming to Terms With Informational Stratification in the People's Republic of China, 20 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT.
Jack Linchuan Qiu, Virtual Censorship in China: Keeping the Gate Between the Cyberspaces, 4 INT'L.
12) According to the Human Rights Watch 1998 World Report, some eighty members of the underground church near Linchuan, Jiangxi Province were detained in December of 1996, where they were beaten and fined by the police simply because the group had plans to hold a large outdoor Christmas mass.