Siang


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Siang

 (shyäng)
See Xiang.

Siang

(ʃjɑːŋ)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for the Xiang
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The Siang are the descendants of Poking Asu, the first human, who was mothered by the Sangiyang being, Sikan, who descended to this world via a palankabulo connected to Puruk Kambang, and fathered by the gaib, Lanying Siding.
Tokyo, Aug 7, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - JCB International (JCBI), the international operations subsidiary of JCB, the only global payment brand based in Japan, is pleased to announce that Ta Chong Bank has signed a license agreement for JCB card issuance as the 25th JCB card issuer in Taiwan, and launched the TC Bank Le Siang Precious Card.
BMW Group Malaysia, a subsidiary of BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), and Tian Siang Premium Auto, have opened the first BMW Motorrad dealership in Ipoh.
Stand-out numbers included "New Blues," composed by Miyoshi Isao, and "The Art of the Wind-Up Alarm Clock" composed by Tay Cher Siang.
Earlier, opposition lawmaker Lim Kit Siang attempted to table an emergency motion to discuss Raja Petra's statutory declaration in Parliament, but the House deputy speaker rejected it, saying the trial is still on-going at the high court.
We hope to play an integral part in contributing to real estate development in Chengdu," said Loh Siang Huei, Managing Director of CB Richard Ellis in Chengdu.
The Malaysian opposition has criticised the airline's spending and the opposition leader Lim Kit Siang said it was "shocking and unacceptable".
Siang Pheng Ong is a senior research and development engineer with laser skin regeneration venture Enfis, which is headquartered at the Welsh Development Agency's Technium business incubator facility.
The deceased's mother, Zhiang Chun Siang, broke down in tears during the hearing and later had to be helped away from Kilmainham District Court.
We thank Bijon Kumarsil and colleagues at the Environmental Health Institute, National Environment Agency, Singapore, for culturing and serotyping our samples; Colin Siang Hui Tan, and Lee Cheng Chuan for advice and help; and Yang Yong for translating a referenced article from Chinese to English.
As the conversations were conducted openly in the public sphere, with absolutely no protections against accessing or reading them, the ethical stance of such a nun-intrusive approach is easily justified and has considerable precedent in the literature (Rafeli & Sudweeks 1996, 1998, Paccagnella 1997, Frankel & Siang 1999, Eysenback & Till 2001).
One of the inventors, student Goh Siang Siang, 19, said: "We hit on the idea after realising there was nothing like it on the supermarket shelves."