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  Shandong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shandong borders the Bohai Bay to the north, Hebei to the northwest, Henan to the west, Jiangsu to the south, and the Yellow Sea to the southeast; it also shares a very short border with Anhui, between Henan and Jiangsu.
Shandong was occupied in its entirety by Japan, with resistance in the countryside.
Shandong Peninsula has a rocky coastline with cliffs, bays, and islands; the large Laizhou Bay, the southernmost of the three bays of Bohai Sea, is found to the north, between Dongying and Penglai; Jiaozhou Bay, which is much smaller, is found to the south, next to Qingdao.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shandong   (1957 words)

  
 Shandong
Shandong's life expectancy became longer gradually, with the annual rate of increase being 1.6 years; it went beyond 70 years of age in the 1990s.
According to the fifth population census in 2000, the average family size was 3.21 in Shandong Province, but in the third population census in 1982 and the forth population census in 1990, the data was 4.20 and 3.75.
In Shandong, the education level distribution is less satisfactory; industrial workers' education level does not meet the demands of modern production; the education level of different regions is different, with urban areas having higher levels than rural areas; moreover, the difference in education level between regions is enlarging.
www.unescap.org /esid/psis/population/database/chinadata/shandong.htm   (2145 words)

  
 Shandong Travel Guide: Shandong Tour, Map, Hotel, Tips, Shandong China
Shandong Province is situated in the eastern part of China on the lower reaches of the Yellow River.
Shandong, with a history of more than 5,000 years, is considered one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization.
Shandong has also been the home of a large number of historical figures, whose important influences are still evident in contemporary China.
www.travelchinaguide.com /cityguides/shandong/index.htm   (494 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Shandong, China (Chinese Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Shandong or Shantung[both: shAn-doong] Pronunciation Key [east of the (Taishan) mountains], province (1994 est.
The eastern half of the province is a peninsula, situated between the Bohai on the north and the Yellow Sea on the east and south.
Shandong is an important wheat-producing and cotton-producing province; sorghum, millet, corn, soybeans, peanuts, sweet potatoes, rice, fruits, and tobacco are also grown.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/S/Shandong.html   (432 words)

  
 Shandong-China City Tours Guide
Shandong covers a land of 156,700 square kilometers and has a population of 90.41 million, including an agricultural population of about 70%, at a population density of 579 per square kilometer.
Shandong belongs to the warm temperate monsoon climate with four distinct seasons.
Shandong is strong in aggregative economy strength and its main indicators stand on the leading position nationwide.
www.achinatravel.com /china-travel/china-shandong.asp   (263 words)

  
 Shandong - Wikimedia Commons
Shandong (山東/山东) is an eastern, coastal province in northern China.
The highest point of Shandong is at the peak of Mount Tai in central Shandong, with an elevation of 1545 m.
Shandong was known as the States of Qi and Lu during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period of China about 2200 years ago.
commons.wikimedia.org /wiki/Shandong   (273 words)

  
 China: Trip Report, September 2002
Shandong, located in the heart of the North China Plain, is one of the most important producers of grain, oilseeds and cotton in the country.
One reason for visiting Shandong was to evaluate the impact of abnormally dry weather in July and August on 2002/03 summer-crop yields and 2003/04 winter wheat planting.
Shandong is a relatively prosperous region with a rapidly expanding economy.
www.fas.usda.gov /pecad2/highlights/2002/12/Chinatrip   (1615 words)

  
 PPTA 4223-PRC: Shandong Hai River Basin Pollution Control Project - ADB.org
Shandong province is located along the northeastern coast of the PRC.
The capacities of current wastewater treatment and solid waste management facilities in many cities in Shandong province are inadequate to improve water quality and the urban living environment.
To achieve this target, the Shandong Provincial Government has proposed to (i) expand the wastewater treatment facilities in a number of cities; (ii) install water recycling systems to increase water production capacity; and (iii) develop solid waste management systems to improve the quality of surface water in the city.
www.adb.org /Documents/PIDs/36505012.asp   (519 words)

  
 Shandong, China
The densely populated province of Shandong lies between 114°36'-122°43'E and 34°25'-38°23'N on the Bohai and the Huanghai seas.
In the central part of the province rise the Shandong mountains which consist of several ranges, with the Taishan at 1525m/5003ft.
At the end of the 19th C the area came under German influence and in the 20th C was at times occupied by the Japanese.
www.planetware.com /china/shandong-chn-sd-sd.htm   (358 words)

  
 Shandong - China Tour - Travel to China
Shandong is located on the eastern edge of the North China Plain, and has felt the influence of Chinese civilization since its very beginnings.
Shandong was administered by the Jin Dynasty as Shandong East Circuit and Shandong West Circuit andmdash; the first use of its current name.
The highest peak of Shandong is the highest peak in the Taishan area: Jade Emperor Peak, with a height of 1545 metrem.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Shandong   (2083 words)

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