Jiaozhou


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Jiaozhou

(ˈdʒjaʊˈdʒəʊ) or

Kiaochow

n
(Placename) a territory of NE China, in SE Shandong province, surrounding Jiaozhou Bay (an inlet of the Yellow Sea): leased to Germany from 1898 to 1914. Area: about 520 sq km (200 sq miles)
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It has a population of over nine million people and is home to the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, the world's longest sea bridge.
He made these remarks while speaking at the opening ceremony of the SCO Qingdao Forum on Local Economic and Trade Cooperation opened in Jiaozhou, a county-level city under Qingdao of East China's Shandong province, China.org.com report on Sunday.
The longest sea bridge in the world, the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge is supported by more than 5000 pillars and stretches for 26 miles.
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In June 2017, the walls of the 'Century Building, a century-old church built by Swedish missionaries that houses Jiaozhou Christian House Church, were destroyed by Chinese officials.
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In 1996-1997 a group of five elderly Shandong scholars undertook a remarkable survey of the entire length of the wall, passing its route from the westernmost section near the ancient Ji River valley to the easternmost section, where the Wall enters the sea in Jiaozhou [phrase omitted] Bay, near modern Qingdao.
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