Chungking


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a city in south-central China on the Chang Jiang

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The new scheme is devised to cut short the cargo delivery time from Chungking to Duisburg to 17-18 days.
At the wartime embassy in Chungking, Service quickly proved himself an unusually eager and talented political reporter, who, in addition to meeting regularly with local officials, traveled into the countryside to get a sense of political and economic conditions in China.
While we were extending our propaganda reach throughout the English-speaking world, the representatives of major magazines and newspapers were beginning to come to Chungking to report China's side of the war.
Chongqing, or Chungking in English, is the largest city of the Szechuan Province and the leading industrial centre in south-central China with a population of over five million, and more than 20 million in the greater metropolitan area.
N INE DRAGONS was inspired by a real- life story involving the disappearance of a Canadian national, Ani Ashekian, from the infamous Chungking Mansions in Hong Kong, which also makes an appearance in the novel.
Summoned to Delhi to be recruited into Force 136 and posted to Chungking, he was delighted to return to China.
Its title, What a Difference a Day Made, derives from that of a love song in Wong Kar-wai's 1994 film Chungking Express, set in the transitional state of Hong Kong just a few years prior to the transfer of sovereignty to China.
I was lent to the Foreign Office and sent to Chungking as personal assistant to a British official working on Sino-British financial aid agreements.
BITTERSWEET like the fruit of its title, Wong Kar Wai's meandering love story is notable as the first English language feature from the acclaimed Chinese director of Chungking Express and In The Mood For Love.
MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS (12A) Bittersweet like the fruit of its title, Wong Kar Wai's meandering love story is notable as the first English language feature from the acclaimed Chinese director of Chungking Express.
Primal Scream Happy Mondays Jarvis Cocker Ocean Colour Scene Dizzee Rascal Sinead O'Connor Beverley Knight Glenn Tilbrook & The Fluffers Martha Wainwright Terra Naoimi Chungking
Mark Ronson, Captain, Mutya Buena, Jesse Malin, Seth Lakeman, Chungking and Lena Rez will join more than 40 acts already confirmed for the twin-site festival - staged at Weston Park, near Stafford, and Hylands Park, in Chelmsford, Essex.
Kilgour, USNR, to Members of the IDC and the Far Eastern Advisory Group, "Excerpts from Letters Recently Received From George Fates in Chungking," March 25, 1944, p.
Characters' stories may begin at the hub and branch out, as with Go and Chungking Express.
Harbin in the middle of Manchuria, and Chungking 1,400 km.