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  Sanguo yanyi (Romance of the Three Kingdoms) Chronology
Liu Bei flees to Xia Kou, Liu Biao dies.
Liu Bei occupies Jiang Ling and Gong An, Liu Qi dies.
Cao Cao invades Jiang Dong and assumes the Nine Dignities of a patriarchal lord.
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 List_of_Chinese_Bishops   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Consecrated Bishop of Bao-ding in He-bei in 1951 by Msgr.
Consecrated Bishop of Xi-wan-xi in Chahar in Inner Mongolia in 1951 by Msgr.
Consecrated Bishop of Feng-xiang in Shaan-xi in 1950 by Msgr.
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 Ningbo Today
There is 4 km long "San Jiang Cutural corridor", out of which 3 km is in the Jiang Bei District.
The Jiang Bei industrial science and technology zone which covers an area of the 5.44 square kilometers is fully started.
Jiang Bei district connect the downtown area with suburbs, with rich natural resources, the artificial landscape emerged into the natural landscape.
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 3kingdoms.net Frontier Palace - The 3kingdoms.net Historical Translations Thread   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Jiang Wei, stylename Boyue, was a native of Ji in Tian Shui.
Jiang Boyue is very competent in military affairs; not only is he courageous and proficient in warfare, but his heart is loyal to the House of Han and his talents combine those of other people.
Jiang Wei believed he was familiar the culture and military ways of the West, so that he could entice the Qiang and Hu tribes to act as his "wings" and thus capture the region west of Long (in Gansu province).
www.3kingdoms.net /forum/showthread.php?s=&postid=125337   (10082 words)

 Pearl River (China) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Zhu Jiang, (珠江 Pinyin: Zhū Jiāng), or Pearl River, is China's third longest river (2,200 km, after the Yangtze River and the Yellow River), and second largest by volume (after the Yangtze).
The Pearl is also known as Yue Jiang (粵江 "Guangdong River").
It is formed by convergence of the Xi Jiang ("the West River"), the Bei Jiang ("the North River"), and the Dong Jiang ("the East River").
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He accompanied Liu Bei during his ascension to the throne of Han Zhong, and was appointed to the Five Tigers.
She later became Liu Bei's wife, but is is said that her ladies-in-waiting were constantly outside her room, dressed in full armor.
This overlooks Jiang Ling in the west and borders Lu Kou to the south.
www.kongming.net /dt/faqs/dynasty_tactics_generals.txt   (7828 words)

 Ming Empire 1368-1644 by Sanderson Beck
Jiang Bin wanted to let the Emperor pretend to capture the Prince of Ning in a mock battle; but Wang Yangming, who had captured the Prince, refused to agree to this and brought him to Nanjing.
Liu Bei is shown as more humane and just, and he gains loyalty because of his claim to be restoring the Han dynasty.
Liu Bei's advisor Zhuge Liang is in Sun Quan's camp and argues brilliantly for joining forces against Cao Cao, whose army is tired and unfamiliar with naval warfare.
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The fleeing Liu Bei borrows Zhou Yu's Chi Bi Liu Bei Jiang Xia
For Liu Bei's early scenarios, it is very important to not only recruit everyone that you can, but to capture everyone that you can.
Liu Bei is pretty short-handed in the first few scenarios, so the more people you can recruit/capture the easier time you'll have in the later scenarios.
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             will not allow Wei to come and conquer ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Jiang Wei, or Jiang Boyue, is a Shu officer in Koei's Dynasty Warriors series, serving under Liu Bei.
Originally, Jiang Wei had been an officer of Wei, but Zhuge Liang had convinced Boyue to come over to the dark siiiiide...or not.
Character renditions of Jiang Wei belongs to Koei.
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 The Kingdom of Shu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Guan Yu Guan Yu was the sworn brother to Zhang Fei and Liu Bei.
A sworn brother to Liu Bei and Guan Yu, Zhang Fei was one of the most powerful warriors of his time, rivaling Lu Bu, the greatest warrior of the Later Han period.
Liu Bei was a sworn brother of Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, as well as the uncle of Emperor Xian, earning him the title of Imperial Uncle.
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 The Scholars of Shen Zhou :: View topic - Liu Bei - A historically better ruler?
He was not as good as most cosider him to be, simply because he had his share of losses, and because it was mostly other people that attributed to his victories.
Liu Bei was a nobody with no experience who managed to get from nothern YouZhou to southern YiZhou, defeated many opponents along the way.
Propriety and moral aside, Liu Bei as an effective ruler who was ruined because of the loss of Jingzhou and his own mistake at Yiling.
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Geomorphologically, the Zhujiang river basin is drained by Xi Jiang, Bei Jiang, and Dong Jiang.
As the lower courses of Xi Jiang and Bei Jiang are connected, the total area of their deltas is about 5,700 km
It refers to the cities and counties drained by the lower reaches of Xi Jiang, Bei Jiang, and Dong Jiang.
www.unu.edu /unupress/unupbooks/uu11ee/uu11ee1d.htm   (3288 words)

 The Scholars of Shen Zhou :: View topic - Wang Ping's SGZ Biography
Then, Wang Ping was conferred the appointment of Ya Men Jiang (General in charge of the Camp's Gate, Ya Men referred to the gate of the army's camp where the flag of the army was positioned) and given the rank of Pi Jiang Jun (or Assistant General).
Together with the Deputy Ju Qi Jiang Jun (General of Chariots and Cavalry), Wu Yi, Wang Ping was stationed at Han Zhong and he was given the responsibility of Grand Administrator of Han Zhong.
In Yan Xi 6th year, Jiang Wan returned to Fu and Wang Ping was appointed as Qian Jian Jun (General who played a supervisory role in the Front Army) and promoted to the rank of Zhen Bei Da Jiang Jun (General who conquered the North).
the-scholars.com /viewtopic.php?t=5978   (1368 words)

 Events of the Three Kingdoms Era - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
AD 209/10 Liu Bei occupies Jiang Ling and Gong An, Liu Qi dies.
AD 221 Liu Bei proclaims himself Emperor of Shu in May and marches against Sun Quan in August.
Like when Liu Bei got that extra piece of land i would have used those soldiers and attacked the rmy of Wei with at least 60% of my army.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=1343   (2101 words)

Jiang Dong District: Bai Zhang Rd, Jiang Dong Rd North (up to Qing Jie Lane), Jiang Dong Rd North (up to Xin He Rd), and Da He Rd.
Jiang Bei district: Ren Ming Rd (up to Xin Ma Lu Rd), Che Zhan Rd, Yang Shan Rd, Tao Du Rd (up to Yang Shan Rd).
Jiang Bei district: the east and south west of this district is divided by the Yong River with the Yu Yao River as the boundary, bounded in the north west and north by South Cao Ma Rd, turning south to East Cao Ma Rd after joining Ren Ming Rd.
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 Why did China become divided into 3 kingdoms? - China History Forum, chinese history forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
When Cao Cao declared Liu Bei and Sun Quan to be rebels, they asserted that they were actually fighting to free the emperor from Cao Cao's control.
After Cao Cao died in 220, Cao Pi dethroned Liu Xie and made himself emperor with Wei as the name of the dynasty.
Liu Bei then declared himself the next legitimate Han emperor, while Sun Quan declared himself the emperor of Wu.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=23&st=30   (3475 words)

 IGN Boards - Official Three Kingdoms Character Archieve
Cai Mao: brother of Lady Cai, enemy of Liu Bei in Liu Biao's court.
Jiang Wei: Shu-Han commander, pursues Kongming's policies after Kongming's death in 234.
Pang Tong: adviser of Liu Bei, peer of Kongming.
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 Chinese History and Statistics -- Page 8   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Amur has a total length of 4,700 km (2,900 mi.) and is joined by the Songhua and the Wusuli rivers.
The Chang Jiang, China's principal river, is 5,990 km (3,720 mi.) long and drains a basin of 1,800,000 sq.
The Zhu Jiang, the most southerly of the five rivers in the Pacific drainage basin, is a composite river consisting of Xi Jiang, Bei Jiang, and Tung Jiang, which converge close to the outlet into the sea.
www.paulnoll.com /China/Asia-Stats/Asia-China-stats-08.html   (445 words)

 Lehman E-News: Features
Research Scientist Dr. Bei Jiang (left) of Columbia University's Rosenthal Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine shows Professor Edward Kennelly a fl cohosh specimen.
Jiang worked on the phytochemical analysis of the root in Professor Kennelly's laboratory.
A new study conducted by Biological Sciences Professor and Chair Edward Kennelly, in collaboration with researchers from the New York Botanical Garden and Columbia University, found that an 85 year-old specimen of fl cohosh root still contains many of the naturally occurring chemicals that are believed to contribute to reduced menopause-related symptoms.
www.lehman.cuny.edu /lehman/enews/2005_03_14/feat_kennelly.html   (429 words)

 Ailments: Digestive Tract - Treasure of the East   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This study was done in Hu Bei province, Jiang Ling County, Jiang Bei Hospital.
Because of its effects of heat-clearing and phlegm-eliminating, this combination is not indicated for insomnia due to deficiency of the heart, palpitation due to deficiency of blood, vertigo due to deficiency of yin, or vomiting due to cold of the stomach.
Acute cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, acute pancreatitis, infection of abdominal activity, and shaoyang and yangming diseases complex with the symptoms of alternate attacks of chills and fever, fullness and oppression in the chest, hypochondriac discomfort, frequent vomiting, mental depression and dysphoria, epigastric fullness and pain, constipation or diarrhea, yellow tongue coating, and stringy and forceful pulse.
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 Kauffman babies waiting in China
Jiang Pei would be Leigh Taylor JiangPei and Wen Li would be Madison Elizabeth WenLi.
We will be bringing home Jiang Pei and leaving Wen Li behind.
We were devastated, we had fallen in love with a tiny little passport photo.
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 IGN Boards - Official Three Kingdoms Character Archieve
Kong Rong: Han Scholar, opponent of Cao Cao at the Han court; later, as governor of Beihai, rescued by Liu Bei.
Liu Bei (Xuande): leader of the three oath brothers and founder of the kingdom of Shu (the Riverlands), posthumously First Ruler of the Shu-Han dynasty (r.
Tao Qian: inspector of Xuzhou, abdicates to Liu Bei.
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 3kingdoms.net Frontier Palace - The 3kingdoms.net Historical Translations Thread
When assigned to invade Jingzhou and pacify the counties of Jiangxia again, was encamped at Lin Ying,was made a marquis with a Ting as his fief.
They were dispatched on expeditions, and made leaders of their units, where they managed to bring harmony and comfort to the multitudes, never defying orders, and were able to made timely decisions in the face of the enemies, with no sign of extravagance.
Next, Yue Jin was involved in the expedition against Liu Bei at Ju Chang Du Pu and Jing Yang Chang Liang Da (not sure about these places at the moment), where Liu Bei was defeated.
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 Notes of Rivers
Hongshui He Upper river of Xi Jiang (西江); in northwest Guangxi; border river between Guangxi and Guizhou; rich in water-power potential; upper stream is Nanpan Jiang (南盘江), which originates Maxiong Shan(马雄山)in Zhanyi Xian (沾益县), Yunnan; same name in Gansu
The Largest river in Zhejiang; the section from Wenjiayan (闻家堰) to Zhakou (闸口) with its winding course is called Zhi Jiang; the section downstream from Zhakou is called Qiantang.
Other name: Pearl River, Yue Jiang (粤江); the largest river in south China and ranks fourth among China's river, formed by the confluence of three rivers--the Xi Jiang(西江), Bei Jiang(北江),and Dong Jiang(东江); Zhujiang Delta has a network of rivers, fertile soil and a dense population.
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 Jiuwan's Realm of Three Kingdoms
Colonel of Dong Yi dong zhong lang jiang
General of the Gentleman of the Households that Protects the Xiong Nu hu ya jiang jun
Colonel of Wu Ji wu shang jiang jun
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 DBLP: Jun Hu
Yunliang Jiang, Bei Shui Liao, Yong Liu, Jun Hu: An Agent-Enabled Content-Explicit Authorization Model for OGSA-Compliant Grid.
Bei Shui Liao, Ji Gao, Jun Hu, Jiu Jun Chen: A Model of Agent-Enabling Autonomic Grid Service System.
Bei Shui Liao, Ji Gao, Jun Hu, Jiu Jun Chen: A policy-driven multi-agent system for OGSA-compliant grid control.
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 The Tao of Tea, Pure Leaf, Organic, Teaware, Herbs, Yixing
Historically, the Six Famous Tea Mountains were located Jiang Bei (jiang - "river" and bei - "north", meaning north of the Mekong River) and were named after six items left behind by Zhugeliang, the Prime Minister of Shu in the Three Kingdoms period and the region’s patron saint of tea.
All of these mountains had been famous for many years, one of which, Youle, was a member of the original Six.
Throughout the years, another Famous Six were designated from Jiang Nan (south of the Mekong River) and include some of the mountains from the 1962 list.
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 Factmonster Search: bei
Bei, river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, formed by the union of two headstreams in the Nanling Mts., N...
403,900), N Guangdong prov., SE China, on the Bei (North)...
Xi or Xi Jiang, great river of S China, c.1,250 mi (2,010 km) long, rising in E Yunnan prov.
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 Ju Bei   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shei Shuo Chang Jiang Hou Lang Que Qian Lang
Bei Hou Tong Wo, Man Man De Dao Shang
Bu Yao Guai Wo, He Zui Hua Luan Jiang
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 Chinese Cricket Culture, Cultural Entomology Digest 3
From the beginning of the Song dynasty (960 - 1278 A.D.), there are many historic references to the use of crickets within recreational fighting events.
Good evidence for the age of this sport comes from three pieces of cricket transfers (special containers for moving fighting crickets between containers) were unearthed from the tomb of South Song in Zhen Jiang, Jiangsu province in 1964.
With the same popularity that football enjoys today, cricket fighting became a popular game and sport for all people, from adults to children.
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The Pearl is also known as Yue Jiang (粵江 "Guangdong River").
A 500 kV-power line, suspended from the tallest pylons in the world, the Pylons of Pearl River Crossing, crosses the river near its mouth.
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