Shijiazhuang

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Shi·jia·zhuang

 (shŭ′jyä′jwäng′)
A city of northeast China southwest of Beijing. It is the capital of Hebei province.

Shijiazhuang

(ˈʃiːdʒɑːˈdʒwæŋ) ,

Shihchiachuang

or

Shihkiachwang

n
(Placename) a city in NE China, capital of Hebei province: textile manufacturing. Pop: 1 733 000 (2005 est)

Shi•jia•zhuang

or Shih•chia•chuang

(ˈʃœˈdʒyɑˈdʒwɑŋ)

n.
the capital of Hebei province, in NE China, SW of Beijing. 1,320,000.
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Following his death in 1945 in a Japanese internment camp, Liddell's remains were interred at the Mausoleum of Martyrs in Shih-Chia-Chuang, where 700 people who died during the liberation of China from the Japanese are honoured.