Hankow


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Hankow

(ˈhænˈkaʊ) or

Han-k'ou

n
(Placename) a former city in SE China, in SE Hubei at the confluence of the Han and Yangtze Rivers: one of the Han Cities; merged with Hanyang and Wuchang in 1950 to form the conurbation of Wuhan
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Others are being built in Canton, Hankow, and Tien-Tsin.
Roots (1870-1945), an Episcopal missionary to China and bishop of Hankow.
LuLu Financial Group has officiated their head office at Hankow Centre in Kowloon.
LuLu Financial Group, a leading financial services and payments solution brand, has started its operations in Hong Kong with the inauguration of its head office at Hankow Centre in Kowloon.
1927 Chiang Kai-shek overthrows the Hankow government in China.
Her father was the director of the YMCA in Hankow, China, during her childhood.
Consulate was in Hankow, one of three cities that later merged to form the megacity now known as Wuhan.
City after city fell to the invaders: Peiping and Tientsin in July, and Nanking in December, forcing Chiang Kai-shek to move the Nationalist government to Hankow.
For more than four years the American Ambassador (6) to China and his staff were subjected to frequent heavy air raids, first, in Nanking and Hankow, and, during the past three years, in Chungking, where such raids resulted in the destruction of more than two-thirds of the city.
He eventually made his base in Hankow, about 400 miles west of Shanghai, where he established a number of schools, hospitals and colleges - many of which are still in use today.
labour unions [Pan-Pacific Labour Conference]' at Hankow in May.
Some of the White Russians sought refuge in Europe while others sailed to the cities of Hankow and Shanghai in China.