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(ˈxuːˈpeɪ) or


(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Hubei
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also Hupeh

a province in central China. 57,190,000; 72,394 sq. mi. (187,500 sq. km). Cap.: Wuhan.
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The forested vegetation is predominantly composed of oak (Quercus spp.), Masson's pine (Pinus massoniana), dyetree (Platycarya strobilacea), beautiful sweetgum (Liquidambar formosana), and hupeh rosewood (Dalbergia hupeana) (Li et al., 2012).
The native vegetation is characterized as mature forests dominated by various oak species Quercus spp., masson pine Pinus massoniana, dyetrees Platycarya strobilacea, beautiful sweetgum Liquidambar formosana and Hupeh rosewood Dalbergia hupeana (Xu et al.
Caption: 5 Entrance to Blackburn Lane-- the building housing the Sea Voi Church and Voi Ling Club on the lower level and the Hupeh Association upstairs is a landmark of this quiet residential street occupied almost entirely by Chinese.
Avicularin, chemically a biflavonoid and a quercetin glycoside, is isolated from the leaves of a flowering plant, Malus hupehensis, popularly known as Chinese crabapple, Hupeh crab, or tea crabapple [17].
Anuradha SenguptaRooted in history The old building of the Hupeh Association Image Credit: Image Credit: Anuradha SenguptaThe last of its kind A man reads India's only Chinese newspaper at the Sea Ip church Image Credit: Anuradha SenguptaLasting legacy Janice Lee at the Pou Chong store that sells Chinese spices and other goods Image Credit: Anuradha SenguptaPlay time The game of mah-jong is a common evening pastime in Old Chinatown Image Credit: By Anuradha SenguptaSpecial to Weekend Review
Valley, in the northwest corner of Hupeh Province, in China, in the