Hebei Province

  • (noun): A populous province in northeastern China.
    Synonyms: Hebei, Hopei, Hopeh

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List Of Re-education Through Labor Camps In China - Hebei Province
... Chengde RTL Chengde City Handan RTL Handan City Mailbox 1985 ... Hebei Women's RTL Luquan Tongye Town, southwest of Xiliangxiang Village under construction as of 2008 Planned to hold 1500 detainees Kaiping RTL ...
Gao Yisheng - Life
... Yisheng was born in Da Zhuang Zi Village, Da Shan Township, Wu Di County, Shandong province, China in 1866 ... to Wu Ching County, Shaogao township in Hebei province to find employment ... Tinghua Style Ba Gua Zhang in Shao-gao township, Wu Ching County, Hebei province ...
Fanzi - History
... in battle in a remote part of the area in what is currently Shandong province ... down through various generations in the Northern provinces such as Henan, Hebei and Shandong ... the most famous exponents of the style was Master Li Gongran from Xiong county in Hebei province ...
Hebei University Of Economics And Business
... Hebei University of Economics and Business (河北经贸大学 Héběi jīngmào dàxué) is a university in Hebei, China under the provincial government ... It is located in Shijiazhuang, the capital of Hebei Province, P.R.China ... It has four campuses.Hebei University of Economics and Business Founded in 1953 as the Shijiazhuang School of Supply and Sales administrated by Hebei Supply ...
Beijing 101 Middle School - History - Early History
... founded by the People's Liberation Army in Hebei Province ... at Jianping County(now called Pingshan County), Hebei Province ... United Middle School moved to the suburb of Shijiazhuang, the capital of Hebei Province ...

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