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 (fo͞o′jō′, -chou′)
See Fuzhou.
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'In the research, another team member, Tang Fuchou from Peking University, is an expert on single-cell sequencing in stem cell biology, and we have complementary advantages, which makes research go more smoothly,' Wang said.
(74.) Wang Li E and Liu Weiying eds., Zhongguo gudai xiayi fuchou shiliao cuibian (Jinan: Qilu shushe, 2009), esp.
Tablet tea was first produced in Fuchou (Fuzhou) in Fujian Province in South-Eastern China, but large parts of this business were transferred to Hankow starting in 1882, where by the end of the 19th century about 90% of the brick tea for export was produced.