The Yongjiang bridge, Yongning, was built in 1996 with a span of 312 m, the Wanxian
Yangtze River bridge was built in 1997 with a span of 420 m, and the Shanghai-Kunming Beipanjiang Railway bridge was built in 2016 with a span of 445 m.
and Weiwu  studied the relationship between demographic characteristic and considering organizational citizenship behaviors as role behaviors.
Large power fluctuations were detected at the Three Gorges Hydroelectric Power Plant and its nearby power plants in Douli, Jianglin, Longquan, and Wanxian
. Then the operator of the power grid increased the output reactive power of the Three Gorges Hydroelectric Power Plant and decreased the active power output of Huanglongtan Power Plant in northwest Hubei.
According to the requirements of the "observational study of water quality during storage of the Three Gorges Project 135 Rules," the "Upstream of the Yangtze River Water Environment Monitoring Center," mainly monitoring the turbidity, sediment volume, conductivity, temperature, and hazardous materials (such as copper, lead, phenols, and cyanide) and another 27 items in the eight sections of Qingxichang, Fengdu, Zhongxian, Wanxian
(Shaiwangba), Yunyang, Fengjie, and Wushan and the three sections of tributaries (Daning River, Xiao River, and Long River), has been found.
The World's Longest Concrete Arch Bridges Sean Opened Bridge Location (meters) Year Bloukrans South Africa 272 1983 Gladesville Australia 305 1964 Jiangjiehe China 330 1995 Krk-1 (east span) Croatia 390 1980 Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman United States 323 2010 Ponte da Amizade Brazil/Paraguay 290 1964 Ponte Infante Dom Henrique Portugal 280 1964 Wanxian
China 425 1997 Yongning China 312 1996 SOURCE: WWW.TKK.FI/UNITS/BRIDGE/LONGSPAN.HTML Graph It
Passengers holding tickets for Air China flights from/to Chengdu, Chongqing, Jiuzhaigou, Mianyang, Yibin, Xichang, Panzhihua, Luzhou, Dazhou and Wanxian
could rebook or obtain a refund free of charge, the airline said.
Paul HeZeqing, 37, bishop of Wanxian
. For China this provides a "single point of reference for both churches." For the Vatican the acceptance by Beijing of a bishop appointed by the Holy See indicates China's acknowledgement that ties between the Vatican and a bishop "do not signify unwarranted interference in China's internal affairs" (Asia News, July 14, 2005).