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Ji·nan

also Tsi·nan  (jē′nän′)
A city of northeast China on the Yellow River south-southeast of Beijing. It is the capital of Shandong province.

Jinan

(ˈdʒiːˈnæn) ,

Chinan

or

Tsinan

n
(Placename) an industrial city in NE China, capital of Shandong province; probably over 3000 years old. Pop: 2 654 000 (2005 est)

Ji•nan

or Tsi•nan

(ˈdʒiˈnɑn)

n.
the capital of Shandong province, in E China. 2,320,000.
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Please address correspondence and reprint requests to: Ming-Ching Yang, Department of Leisure Studies and Tourism Management, Chi-Nan University, No.
Lee Yi-yang Director General of Department of Health Lee Ming-liang Director General of Coast Guard Administration Wang Chun National Palace Museum Director Tu Cheng-sheng Fukien Provincial Governor Yen Chung-cheng Minister without portfolio Chiou I-jen Minister without portfolio Huang Hwei-chen Minister without portfolio Lin Sheng-feng Minister without portfolio Chen Chi-nan Minister without portfolio Hu Sheng-cheng Minister without portfolio Tsay Ching-yen (f) = female
Joining the cabinet as ministers without portfolio will be Chen Chi-nan, a vice chairman of the Council for Cultural Affairs, Lin Sheng-feng, an executive member of the government's committee for the reconstruction of quake areas, as well as Huang Hwei-chen, head of the National Cultural Foundation.