Huang Hua


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Huang Hua

(hwæŋ hwɑː)
n
(Biography) 1913–2010, Chinese Communist statesman; minister for foreign affairs (1976–83)
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Woteer set up the first domestic forward osmosis MBC pilot system for seawater desalination application in Huang Hua, Hebei province.
Even the special wood used for altar tables, Philippine rosewood, was the same kind of wood known as huang hua li and prized by Chinese furniture makers.
BEIJING - China's former Vice Premier Huang Hua, who signed a 1978 agreement normalizing relations with Japan and also played a role in normalization of ties with the United States, died of illness in Beijing on Wednesday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
Gilani said that Huang Hua was a great friend of Pakistan.
Local TV news Tuesday showed Chiang being greeted passionately by local residents in Guangdong Province when his delegation visited Huang Hua Gang Park and laid a wreath on behalf of KMT Chairman Lien Chan on the grave of 72 martyrs killed in a 1911 uprising against the Qing Dynasty.
Delegation leader Chiang, a Japan-educated economist and lawmaker, is to visit Huang Hua Gang Park in Guangzhou Province where the ''72 martyrs'' were killed in a 1911 uprising against the Qing dynasty, and to pay tribute at Sun Yat-sen's tomb in Nanjing, the former Nationalist capital.