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Han•kou

or Han•kow

(ˈhæŋˈkaʊ; Chin. ˈhɑnˈkoʊ)

n.
a former city in E Hubei province, in E China: now part of Wuhan.
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26 Aug 2019(China Knowledge) – Hankou Bank Co.,ltd.
"Lim moved back and forth between Beijing and Hankou, portraying exotic scenes of China in bright colors.
The largest trading and logistics platform for consumer products in China named as North Hankou International Trade Centre, has operational area of 6.8 million square metres with 30,000 wholesalers, covering 30 major specialized markets, and generated an annual transaction amount of approximately 100-billion-yuan.
(59) Jansons was commissioned to assist in coordinating the first conference of the Pacific Red International of Labor Unions (Pacific Profintern), which took place in Wuhan (Hankou), China, on 20-26 May 1927, and to which Korean representatives, among others, were invited.
Arising out of the conglomeration of three cities, Wuchang, Hankou, and Hanyang, Wuhan is known as 'China's Thoroughfare' it is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and expressways passing through the city and connecting to other major cities.
Located in an in-fill, middle-income, residential project in Wuhan, China, the project comprises 162,030 square meters and is located in Hankou, Wuhan's traditional downtown business center.
Looking at space and setting, metal and money, and trade and transport, they consider such topics as southwest China: local conditions and economic trajectories, fuel for the smelters: copper mining and deforestation in northeastern Yunnan during the High Qing 1700 to 1850, legal and illegal copper markets in 18th-century Hankou, the Chinese way of minting: comparative perspectives on coin production before mechanization, the illegal trade in saltpetre in southern China during the 18th and early 19th centuries, and Sichuan as a pivot: provincial politics and gentry power in Late Qing railway projects in southwestern China.
(4) Department of Physics, Nanjing University, 22 Hankou Road, Nanjing 210093, China
Finally, the plant was suspended by the local government to restart the decision-making process 20 Wuhan north Hankou 2010 Due to Hankou's WTE incineration rapid urbanisation, project the plant was getting closer to the populated residential and commercial areas.
The new Eurasian Land Bridge is an International Railway line running from Lianyungang in the China's Jiangsu province through Alas Hankou to Rotterdam in the Netherland and Duisburg in Germany.