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Topic: Communications in the Peoples Republic of China

  People's Republic of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The PRC asserts the Republic of China to be an illegitimate and supplanted entity and administratively categorizes Taiwan as a province of the PRC.
In 1971, the PRC replaced the Republic of China as the sole representative for "China" in the United Nations and as one of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
There are currently 41,000 km (25,000 mi) of expressways in China, half that of the US Transportation in the mainland of the People's Republic of China has improved remarkably since the late 1990s as part of a government effort to link the entire nation through a series of expressways known as the National Trunk Highway System (NTHS).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Peoples_Republic_of_China   (6346 words)

 Annual Report to Congress on the Military Power of the People's Republic of China
China embarked on this effort to develop comprehensive national power during a period in which it believed it could focus on "peacetime construction" because it faced a benign security environment, a situation senior leaders increasingly are questioning in the post-Cold War era.
China's "active defense" doctrine focuses on conducting what is officially called "people's war under modern conditions" but is better described as "local wars under high-tech conditions." This doctrine addresses rapid response to a range of contingencies along China’s land and sea borders, particularly within a strategic envelope which encompasses the East and South China Seas.
China’s military planners are working to incorporate the concepts of modern warfare attributed to the "revolution in military affairs" and have placed a priority on developing the technologies and tactics necessary to conduct rapid tempo, high-technology warfare in Asia.
www.defenselink.mil /news/Jun2000/china06222000.htm   (12564 words)

 People's Republic of China
In 1971, the PRC replaced the Republic of China as the sole representative for "China" in the United Nations and as one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council.
The People's Republic of China has administrative control over 22 provinces (省); the government of the People's Republic of China considers Taiwan (台湾) to be its 23rd province.
The People's Republic of China, in an attempt to limit its population growth, has adopted a policy which limits urban families (ethnic minorities such as Tibetans are an exception) to one child and rural families to two children when the first is female.
www.knowledgefun.com /book/p/pe/people_s_republic_of_china.html   (2436 words)

 People's Republic of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In 1971, the PRC replaced the Republic of China (now on Taiwan) as the sole representative for "China" in the United Nations and as one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council.
The Constitution of the People's Republic of China implies, in its preamble, that it does not control the whole of China; this is mainly with respect to the question of Taiwan.
The Republic of China, based in Taiwan, also officially claims to be a legal Chinese government and is currently recognised by 27 countries around the world.
usapedia.com /p/people-s-republic-of-china.html   (2191 words)

 Space Today Online -- Chinese Satellites and Spacecraft
China is planning to launch at least 35 different science and application satellites during the years 2002-2006, according to Xinhua News Agency.
China's Haiyang (HY-1 and HY-2) oceanographic microsatellites will carry radar altimeters, microwave scatterometers, ocean color scanners, and multichannel microwave radiometers for realtime views of oceans and coastal zones for biological resources, pollution monitoring and prevention, and monitoring of estuaries, bays and navigation routes.
China calls its manned spacecraft Shenzhou, which means "Magic Vessel" or "Divine Vessel." Its astronauts are "yuhangyuans." Elsewhere, they sometimes are referred to as "taikonauts." The nation is conducting a series of unmanned test flights of Shenzhou capsules on CZ-2F (Long March 2F) rockets.
www.spacetoday.org /China/ChinaSatellites.html   (2353 words)

 Governments on the WWW: China (People's Republic)
Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Brussels, Belgium
Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Copenhagen, Denmark
Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Reykjavik, Iceland
www.gksoft.com /govt/en/cn.html   (417 words)

 Emanuel M. Papper, M.D., Ph.D. - China Diaries
Although this was a feudal period of China, there were no slaves, but in effect the people were serfs to serve the emperor, the nobility and the aristocracy of this period.
There is little doubt that the People's Republic of China wishes to become close and friendly to the United States of America, and it is generally believed here that there may be full diplomatic relationships between the two countries before long.
It was his belief that approximately 2/3 of the commune hospitals were using acupuncture anesthesia, either in connection with their mobile medical units or by the staff doctors in those institutions.
calder.med.miami.edu /papper/diary_china.html   (14306 words)

 ACeS Extends Its Reach to China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
China SatCom is the leading provider of satellite broadcasting and communications services in the PRC and the frontrunner in an attempt to link every village in the PRC with telecommunications facilities.
More than 50,000 villages in the Peoples Republic of China could benefit from the introduction of ACeS services, which are already serving several tens of thousands of villages in the rest of Asia.
The agreement reached between ACeS and China SatCom will allow access to ACeS' Garuda satellite-enabled fixed and mobile telecommunications services from the extreme remote and rural parts of China and potentially enable several tens of thousands of rural communities to have telecommunications access to the outside world.
www.forrelease.com /D20041105/laf036.P2.11052004130159.17860.html   (415 words)

 Online NewsHour: Human Rights in China -- February 26, 1999
If the people on Taiwan do not alter their status, if they live in peace in their current position, we will have to respond to what the Chinese seek to do.
As China develops, as it becomes more open to the world, it will acquire improved telecommunications, and that facilitates the dissemination of information within the country, presumably, therefore, leading to a more open and democratic society.
China is such a huge country, has its own momentum to change, and ultimately it is a force within China to make those transitions towards a more open society.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/asia/jan-june99/china_2-26.html   (2484 words)

 Space Today Online -- History of China in Space
China's first long-range military ballistic missiles, and eventually space rockets, were developed by Tsein Weichang, an immigrant to the U.S. from China.
Hindered by what China today recalls as "technical blockades put in by the imperialist countries," nothing much happened until the 1960's when experiments with liquid-fuel rockets picked up steam.
In 1999, China launched and recovered an unmanned capsule designed to carry men and women into orbit in the 21st century.
www.spacetoday.org /China/ChinaHistory.html   (835 words)

 The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the Peoples Republic of China
The basic policies of the People's Republic of China regarding Hong Kong have been elaborated by the Chinese Government in the Sino-British Joint Declaration.
The Central People's Government shall appoint the Chief Executive and the principal officials of the executive authorities of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in accordance with the provisions of Chapter IV of this Law.
(4) The Central People's Government shall, where necessary, facilitate the continued participation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in an appropriate capacity in those international organizations in which Hong Kong is a participant in one capacity or another, but of which the People's Republic of China is not a member.
www.novexcn.com /hong_kong_basic_law.html   (8969 words)

In late March, which is the time Chinese traditionally honor their dead ancestors, the Chinese people responded to the attacks by laying wreaths on public monuments honoring Zhou: 30 wreathes were hung in Tiananmen Square, and hundreds of thousands of demonstrators poured into the square.
Although he led China into a new era of modernization and economic development, with an annual growth rate of nearly 10 percent, the bitter legacy of the Cultural Revolution was still fresh in Deng's mind, more than twenty years later, as the universities erupted once more.
China's long march toward capitalism and freedom is in danger of stalling: "capitalist-roaders" like Deng and his successors, have had to face not only domestic enemies who long to restore Maoism, but enemies abroad intent on putting obstacles in their path.
www.antiwar.com /justin/justinchina1.html   (3599 words)

 A Professional Exchange with the Peoples Republic of China
People to People Ambassador Programs promotes friendly relations among all countries through the medium of scientific, professional, and technical exchange.
During the first week of October 2000, People to People Ambassador Programs sponsored a professional exchange with the Peoples Republic of China in the area of Information Systems and Technology.
Morning - Delegation departed on Air China for Xi'an and upon arrival, were introduced to the local guide, Lucy.
www.cyhaus.com /delegate   (520 words)

 Sinosat - China and Communication Satellite Systems
Sino Satellite Communications was formed in 1994 with Chinese participation of China Aerospace Corp (CASC), Commission of Defence Science & Technology [COSTIND], People's Bank of China and the Government of Shanghai.
China remains heavily dependent on American companies, such as Lockheed Martin, Hughes and Loral, as suppliers of telecommunications satellites.
Three antennas, including two deployable antennas measuring 1.6 and 1.8 meters in diameter, and a 1m in diameter fixed antenna, cover the targeted zone from an orbital position at 110.5°ree; East on the geostationary orbit, during a life span exceeding 15 years.
www.fas.org /spp/guide/china/comm/sinosat.htm   (492 words)

 Tollgrade Announces Development Agreement for Peoples Republic of China
CHESWICK, Pa., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Tollgrade Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: TLGD) today announced it has reached a product development agreement with UT Starcom, Inc., an international telecommunications systems developer, which will take Tollgrade's MCU(R) technology into the Peoples Republic of China.
Under the terms of the agreement, Tollgrade will provide UT Starcom with certain MCU products compatible with the company's digital loop carrier systems currently deployed in the Peoples Republic of China.
The company maintains a presence in regions across the United States, in Latin America and in the United Kingdom.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/1-29-98/404709&EDATE=   (250 words)

 Sarnoff Corporation: News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Acampora began his professional career in 1959 at the RCA Defense Electronics Laboratory in New York City where he was engaged in all phases of military and commercial communications systems, including the NASA space programs for the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo spacecraft missions.
In addition to his patents, he has published 35 technical papers, and was the recipient of the RCA China Hands Award at the Inauguration of Satellite Communications with the Peoples Republic of China in 1972.
Founded in 1942 as RCA Laboratories, it produces innovations in such areas as integrated circuits, lasers, and imagers; computational drug discovery and drug manufacture and delivery; digital TV and video; high-performance networking; and wireless communications.
www.sarnoff.com /news/index.asp?releaseID=10   (350 words)

 Shenzhou-5 - Quick Facts
Yang Liwei was not the first person born in China to fly in space.
William Anders, born in Hong Kong, orbited the moon in December 1968.
The controversy rages even fifty years later -- was Tsien driven to Mao's China by McCarthyite paranoia, or was he a Communist agent all along?
www.astronautix.com /articles/shefacts.htm   (809 words)

 Middlesex University > International Students > Peoples Republic of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
To promote opportunities and increase access for students in the People's Republic of China, Middlesex opened an office in Shanghai in September 2001 and in Beijing in July 2002.
The offices are able to offer help and advice to students (and their parents) looking to study in the UK.
All applicants from China should submit the following documents to Middlesex University
www.mdx.ac.uk /worldwide/china   (250 words)

 ACeS Extends Its Reach to China
ACeS services planned for China include its Fixed phone service enabled by the ACeS FR190G voice and data terminal and Mobile service using the ACeS R190 dual mode GSM/Satellite terminal.
ACeS terminals for asset tracking and maritime-use the M-CAT will also be available for China SatCom to further extend its reach to its target customers.
ACeS, a regional satellite communications company that launched service in Asia early 2001, has continued to expand its services throughout Asia at affordable prices.
www.tmcnet.com /usubmit/2004/nov/1090992.htm   (1150 words)

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