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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Some of the major companies included in the report are DOW, AGC, Linchuan Chemical.
Jack Linchuan Qiu, Goodbye iSlave: A Manifesto for Digital Abolition, Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2016, 248 pp., $24.95 (paperback).
Castells, Manuel, Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol, Jack Linchuan Qiu, and Araba Sey (2007) Mobile communication and society: a global perspective.
(3.) Jack Linchuan Qui, Melissa Gregg, and Kate Crawford, 'Circuits of Labour: A Labour Theory of the iPhone Era.' triple-C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique.
Jung, Joo-Young, Jack Linchuan Qiu and Yong-Chan Kim (2001), Internet connectedness and inequality: Beyond the "Divide".
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