Fengjie


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Feng•jie

or Feng•chieh

(ˈfʌŋˈdʒyʌ)

also Feng•kieh

(-ˈgyʌ, -ˈdʒyʌ)

n.
a city in E Sichuan province, in S central China, on the Chang Jiang. 250,000.
Formerly, Guizhou.
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A coalminer searches for the wife and child who left him 16 years ago, a nurse follows the trail of a husband who abandoned her two years earlier in the ancient Chinese city of Fengjie, a city that is gradually submerging as the building of Three Gorges Dam progresses.
We also return to the Fengjie setting of Still Life (2006) and see a familiar dance troupe--evoking Platform--performing with a band on a flatbed truck (joined, this time, by a tiger, itself representing perhaps a nod to A Touch of Sin).
The work was conducted in Fengjie County, Chongqing, in the south-west of China.
Karst geological relics and development of Xiaozhai Tiankeng and Tianjinxia fissure gorge, Fengjie, Chongqing.
Depei Yuan, (1) Chuhua Zeng, (1) Qianfeng Chen, (1) Fengjie Wang, (1) Lin Yuan, (1) Yaoqian Zhu, (1) Ziyang Shu, (2) and Ning Chen (2)
Jiguo Li, (1) Fengjie Sha, (1) Yichen Zhang, (1) Xinyi Huang, (2) and Jian Shen (3)
The authors thank Fengjie Wang, who provided literature knowledge and useful information for this paper.
Ruixue Chen, (1) Guijuan Zhang, (2) Yi Ma, (3) Fengjie Bie, (1) Hongxia Fan, (1,4) and Min Ma (1)
The delegation comprised Zhai Fengjie, Director International Exchange Office, Xie Chao, Dean of Colleges of Further Education, Zhang Yuzhou, Director Engineering Training Center, and Simin Chen, Cultural Attache' of Chinese Embassy.
Chen Yao, (1) Gang Li, (1) Yeyong Qian, (1) Ming Cai, (1) Hong Yin, (2) Li Xiao, (1) Wei Tang, (1) Fengjie Guo, (1) and Bingyi Shi (1)