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  Cities - SkyscraperPage.com
Use this list to browse and sort cities and statistics.
The list of cities can be navigated through multiple pages using the horizontal scrollbar-style links.
Some of the cities are metropolitan regions comprised of two or more municipalities, while others are single municipalities.
skyscraperpage.com /cities   (289 words)

 Air pollution in China - Encyclopedia of Earth
In this list, two Chinese cities or areas are included: Linfen, in view of very serious air pollution caused by the use of coal, and water pollution, e.g., lead and arsenic in the Huai River basin, due mainly to industrial and agricultural waste.
Furthermore, the very large population of China, an estimated 1,340,000,000, compared to the US (300,000,000) or the EU (about 490,000,000 including recent extensions) means that the same emission per head in China will lead to respectively 4.5 or 3 times the emission from the US or Europe.
So in comparison with other cities in the past, it seems that air pollution in China is quite serious,but is in the same order as observed in European or US cities in the period 1970-1980.
www.eoearth.org /article/Air_pollution_in_China   (2281 words)

  NPR : On the Road in China
The boomtown on China's eastern Pacific shores attracts migrants from thousands of miles away who come seeking higher wages in a sea of factories.
Home to much of China's new and growing middle class, the city is also the starting point of Route 312, reminiscent of the old U.S. Route 66, which will take Gifford on his transnational journey.
3, 2004 · The province of Anhui is the rural heartland of China.
www.npr.org /programs/morning/features/2004/aug/china_road   (678 words)

  Lists of billionaires - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forbes magazine always lists the world's wealthiest individuals: The World's Billionares.
Although it is exceptionally unlikely that an individual can amass a fortune as large as that enjoyed by billionaires without coming to the attention of the world media, some skeptics question whether Forbes has thoroughly identified every billionaire on Earth.
List of heads of government and state by net worth
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_billionaires   (101 words)

 Blacksmith Institute names China, India cities among world's most polluted - The Boston Globe
TOKYO - Four cities in China, India, and Azerbaijan were added to a list of the world's 10 most polluted places, the Blacksmith Institute said, citing a legacy of mining, Cold War-era pollution, and unregulated industrial production.
China is paying for its fast-paced economic growth with an environmental disaster beyond the control of the central government, Elizabeth Economy, a scholar at the US Council on Foreign Relations, said last week.
About one-third of China's lakes, rivers, and coastal waters are polluted because of farming and industry waste and pose a threat to human health, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said in a report in July.
www.boston.com /news/world/asia/articles/2007/09/14/group_names_worlds_most_polluted_places   (586 words)

 Architecture in China
The list of architects at work in Shanghai reads like an honor roll for the industry: from iconoclastic individuals like Sir Norman Foster and Michael Graves, designer of Disney hotels, to mega-American firms like KPF and Skidmore Owens and Merrill, designer of Chicago's Sears Tower and John Hancock Building, as well as Shanghai's Jin Mao.
The German city is but the centerpiece of a master plan with an entire European Union of suburbs: Italian town, British town, even Dutch town with canals and good cheese.
China's first electric lights were flicked on at the Astor Hotel (now the Pujiang, a favorite of backpackers), where Charles Chaplain honeymooned.
www.gluckman.com /ShanghaiArchGeo.html   (3030 words)

 China--Christian Persecution in China
News of her death was released by China Aid, an organization based in Philadelphia and run by Bob Fu, a former member of a Chinese house church.
China's officially atheistic Communist authorities allow worship only in tightly controlled state churches and those who meet outside are routinely harassed and fined, and sometimes sent to labor camps.
A lecture delivered at the East China Theological Seminary in Shanghai entitled “Theological Construction Enters a New Stage” (published in Tianfeng magazine in September 2003) clearly shows that “theological construction” is a smoke screen for an attack on the beliefs of Bible-believing Chinese evangelicals.
www.persecution.org /Countries/china.html   (4257 words)

 AskMen.com - Cool cities in China
In the 17th century, Beijing was a city of villages and suburban farmlands, supremely advanced in the sciences and technologies.
As cities cram themselves full of busy bodies in suits, these 10 cities are building their way to a brand-new urban lifestyle.
In a city where McDonald’s breached the Chinese fast-food market, it is remarkable to see millionaires who take the time to hang their laundry on the line.
www.askmen.com /fashion/travel_top_ten_150/191_travel_top_ten.html   (1139 words)

 Most polluted cities in China blacklisted
China's environmental watchdog released the list for the first time as part of efforts to improve air quality across the country.
The pollution list was released as part of a report on management and comprehensive improvement of environmental protection in key cities in 2003.
The cities with most advanced environmental infrastructure are Dalian, Yantai, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Haikou, all of which are coastal cities.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2004-07/15/content_348397.htm   (478 words)

 On Your Own In China
Some airports in China are a long way out of the city, so it is useful to know that there is always an airport bus leaving from the CAAC office in the centre of town, which is free for ticket-holders.
Taxis The large cities of China now have taxi fleets for the use of foreign visitors, but only in Canton (so far) can they be hailed in the street.
In all of the cities you visit, you will be completely free to wander around the streets as you wish, and going for a walk is often far more interesting than going to see yet another handicrafts factory Again, take along a hotel envelope or something similar in case you get lost.
www.earnshaw.com /china/china02.html   (7866 words)

 The World’s Top 20 Most Polluted Cities
#1 on the list is Linfen City in Shanxi Province, China.
Per head, China’s water resources are among the lowest in the world and concentrated in the south, so that the north and west experience regular droughts.
Nationally in China, discharges of chemical oxygen have declined over the past three years, those of industrial dust have stabilised and sulphur-dioxide emissions had been on the downtrend until 2003 when energy shortages increased demand for sulphurous coal (see charts).
www.impactlab.com /2006/06/12/the-worlds-top-20-most-polluted-cities   (2693 words)

 Beijing drops out of top 10 'best city' list
Beijing may be the nation's capital, but according to a recent survey, it does not even rank in China's top 10 cities in terms of suitability for living.
The city came 15th in the list, as compared to third in 2004, due to its bad traffic, high housing prices and heavy pollution.
Following were Mianyang in Southwest China's Sichuan Province and the provincial capital Chengdu; Wuhan, provincial capital of Hubei; Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang; Shanghai; Nanjing, provincial capital of Jiangsu Province; Qingdao in Shandong Province; and Chongqing Municipality.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2006-01/03/content_508828.htm   (382 words)

 frontline: china in the red: roundtable: china and the internet | PBS
The Internet's evolution in China is in many ways a microcosm of the sweeping economic changes initiated 25 years ago by Deng Xiaoping, which were designed to liberalize China's markets and open them to the world.
Even as China's entrepreneurs leap onto the Internet, the government is developing some of the world's most sophisticated filtering technologies to control speech and access, and is cracking down on various forms of online "subversion," imprisoning pro-democracy advocates who have used the Internet for political purposes.
Meanwhile, China's high-tech prowess is increasing, and the number of Internet users is exploding: from 2.1 million in 1999 to 33.7 million in 2002.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/red/roundtable/internet.html   (1261 words)

 China Public Health, Chinese Public Health in China
China’s medical education system is complete, and a large group of medical experts has been trained.
In case of accident, most major cities will have a hospital with an accident and emergency ward, however, in more rural districts the nearest hospital may be a distance away so your best bet would be to call an ambulance.
We choose restaurants and hotels in China that are clean, safe, and we always keep your needs and interests in mind.
www.chinahighlights.com /travelguide/public-health.htm   (683 words)

 Green China? - Salon.com
In just a few years, new cars in China, a developing nation that is not renowned for being a paragon of environmental virtue, will be required to be more fuel efficient than automobiles in the United States.
Certainly, the protection of intellectual property in China is not known for being the top of the list.
JS: China is a fairly self-contained market in that it is not exporting a lot of cars out of the region yet.
dir.salon.com /story/tech/feature/2003/11/20/china_pollution/index.html   (841 words)

Persons transiting China on the way to and from Mongolia or North Korea or who plan to re-enter from the Hong Kong or Macau Special Administrative Regions should be sure to obtain visas allowing multiple entries.
Throughout China, women outside hotels in tourist districts frequently use the prospect of companionship or sex to lure foreign men to isolated locations where accomplices are waiting for the purpose of robbery.
China ’s customs authorities encourage the use of an ATA (Admission Temporaire/Temporary Admission) Carnet for the temporary admission of professional equipment, commercial samples, and/or goods for exhibitions and fair purposes.
travel.state.gov /travel/china.html   (5388 words)

 Converting the Masses: Starbucks in China - Global Policy Forum - Globalization
As Starbucks launches an aggressive expansion in China, a coffee frontier steeped in nearly 5,000 years of tea, its location-scouting skills and marketing savvy will be put to the test.
The China push may be the ultimate test of the brand's lifestyle-oriented marketing approach.
But in fast-changing Chinese cities, finding locations that will embody the right lifestyle is more akin to gambling than science.
www.globalpolicy.org /globaliz/cultural/2003/0710starbucks.htm   (1031 words)

 China: History, Geography, Government, and Culture — FactMonster.com
China proper consists of three great river systems: the Yellow River (Huang He), 2,109 mi (5,464 km) long; the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang), the third-longest river in the world at 2,432 mi (6,300 km); and the Pearl River (Zhu Jiang), 848 mi (2,197 km) long.
China is poised to have the world's fourth-largest economy, after the United States, Japan, and Germany.
china clay - china clay china clay, one of the purest of the clays, composed chiefly of the mineral kaolinite...
www.factmonster.com /ipka/A0107411.html   (2734 words)

 { design@tive } information design » Blog Archive » Living in China: Shanghai heads list of expats’ ...
Lee Quane, general manager of ECA International in Hong Kong, said that as the availability of consumer goods in Chinese cities continued to improve, along with better health care and recreation facilities, Chinese cities would continue to rise in the ranks.
“Pollution levels in China remain very high, as this is an unfortunate consequence of China’s development,” he said, adding that high levels of pollution were partly responsible for Beijing’s fall this year.
The Living in China: Shanghai heads list of expats' favorite cities by Itamar Medeiros, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.
designative.info /2008/05/06/living-in-china-shanghai-heads-list-of-expats-favorite-cities   (986 words)

 Ethnologue report for China
Covers all of mainland China north of the Changjiang River, a belt south of the Changjiang from Qiujiang (Jiangxi) to Zhenjiang (Jiangsu), Hubei except the southeastern corner, Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou, the northwestern part of Guangxi, and the northwestern corner of Hunan.
Southwest Gansu Province, mainly in Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture, 7 counties and a city, and in Yining and Huocheng counties in Ili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
Southern Hainan, villages of Huixin and Huihui in the Yanglan suburban district of Sanya City.
www.ethnologue.com /show_country.asp?name=China   (8374 words)

 Where do you want to go birding in China today?
Lying 280 kilometres east of Beijing, Beidaihe is on the edge of the Bay of Bohai, the northernmost extent of the East China Sea.
China locations are difficult to reach, except by chosing a general itinerary that includes as many small cities as possible.
China is such a huge country, with such a large bird list, that space constraints make it impossible to list all of the speciality birds.
www.camacdonald.com /birding/asiachina.htm   (3553 words)

 List of China-related topics
This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Recent changes in the sidebar.
The list is not necessarily complete or up to date - if you see an article that should be here but is not (or one that should not be here but is), please do update the page accordingly.
Those standards should be followed to provide a uniform title format.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/li/List_of_China-related_topics.html   (262 words)

 the Most Populated Cities of the World.
The city link will lead you to the official travel and tourism information site of the city or the official municipality government site or to other tourism guides related to a city.
New York City - The city of the five 'boroughs': Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island (formerly Richmond), largest city of the
List of cities in China with the most inhabitants.
www.nationsonline.org /oneworld/bigcities.htm   (844 words)

 Things To Do in China - Great Wall of China, Temple of Heaven, Mt Everest
Even breaking it down to merely list things to do in Hong Kong, Shanghai or any number of Chinese cities is fairly insufficient.
Luckily, no matter what city you land in, there will be plenty of things to keep even the most picky traveler occupied.
Occupying the border between China and Myanmar, this is one of the most unique and essential cities in the country, perfect for those looking for things to do in China that are not glutted with tourists.
www.destination360.com /asia/china/things-to-do.php   (714 words)

 The 'blog' revolution sweeps across China - 24 November 2004 - New Scientist   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Internet cafes are spreading rapidly throughout China, even in rural areas, largely thanks to official efforts to promote technology and improve the country’s economic competitiveness.
In China, the moderators also keep their sites’ content acceptable to the censor, so when users try to post a “forbidden” comment they receive a warning message such as “your post contains sensitive and indecent contents”.
Providers of China’s 300 million mobile phones are beginning to provide “moblogging” services, with which users can send text and photos directly from their phones to their blogs.
www.newscientist.com /article.ns?id=dn6707   (1946 words)

 Chinese INFORMATION and China RESOURCES Links Page
China (Pinyin: Zhonggúo) is an ancient cultural and geographic entity in continental East Asia with some offshore islands which since 1949 has been divided between the People's Republic of China (governing Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau) and the Republic of China (governing Taiwan and several outlying Fujianese islands).
In the western news media, "China" is commonly used synonymously with the People's Republic of China or mainland China, while "Taiwan" is used to refer to the Republic of China.
China Window is a presentation of Chinese business, economy and tourism, and a gateway to a large amount of information on China today, its history, culture and arts.
www.china-kontor.com /l-information.htm   (698 words)

 chinese city list directory - China-Lifestyles.com
the method we've chosen, as is used on this chinese city list topic area, is to present lists of links at the top of the page in handy "title only" form, while providing additional commentary for those who desire it, as footnotes.
Beijing the second largest city in China after Shanghai is the cultural...
List of U.S. cities with large Chinese American populations...
www.china-lifestyles.com /china-cities/chinese-city-list.php   (1245 words)

 China List : China Population
Chinese antique furniture of dynasties Ming and Qing of Chine and Tibet by thefabricant and renovator directly from China and Indonesian furniture in France.
China history, geography, climate, culture, arts, education with pages on springfestival, autumn festival, latern festival, and dragon dance.
China List excludes all liability of any kind (including negligence) in respect of any third party information or other material made available on, or which can be accessed using, this Website.
china-list.com /chinapopulation/index.php   (798 words)

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