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Xiangtan

(shyäng`tän`) or

Siangtan

(shyäng`tän`, syäng`–), city (1994 est. pop. 490,100), E central Hunan prov., China, on the Xiang River. Formerly an agricultural distribution center, it is now industrialized. Products include textiles, iron, steel, manganese ore, cement, and machine tools. The name sometimes appears as Hsiang-t'an.

Xiangtan

, Siangtan
a city in S central China, in NE Hunan on the Xiang River: centre of a region noted for tea production. Pop.: 592 000 (2005 est.)
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The award is given every two years to individuals such as technical experts, academics and industrialists who have made significant contributions to the development of Xiangtan and the wider region.
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For example, Liu Qiliang, a professor at Xiangtan University, argues that Confucianism is responsible for the periodic social unrest in Chinese history.
Zhang's recent article publications include ("A Re-examination of Image Studies from the Perspective of Variation Theory"), Journal of Xiangtan University (2014) and ("The Image of Dumb in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter'), Journal of Hebei Polytechnic University (2009).
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Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, is one of China's most economically-advanced cities in terms of politics, economy, finance, culture and education, while Zhuzhou and the neighbouring city of Xiangtan are the second and third largest cities in the province and key industrial bases for southern China.
2) School of Physics and Electronic Science, Hunan University of Science and Technology, Xiangtan 411201, China