Eastern China

Eastern China or East China may mean:

  • East China
  • East China Township, Michigan - East China Charter Township in Michigan, USA
  • ECNU - East China Normal University
  • Northeast China
  • Northeast China Plain
  • Southeast China

Other articles related to "china, eastern china":

Baiu - Formation
... during spring along this front stretches from the east China coast, initially across Taiwan and Okinawa, later, when it has shifted to the north ... from June to July (approximately 50 days) in Japan and Korea and from July to August in Eastern China (especially the Chang Jiang and Huai He regions) ... along it brings precipitation to Japan, Korea, eastern China, and Taiwan ...
1989 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Severe Tropical Storm Vera
... Storm Vera, which formed on September 11, hit eastern China on September 15 as a 45 mph (72 km/h) storm ... rains associated with Vera triggered widespread flooding throughout eastern China ... Throughout eastern China, approximately 5.86 million households (23 million people) were affected by flooding triggered by the storm ...
Camel Train - North Africa, Asia and The Middle East
... role connecting the Beijing/Shanxi region of eastern China with Mongolian centers (Urga, Uliastai, Kobdo) and Xinjiang ... Lattimore, who spent five months in 1926 crossing the northern edge of China (from Hohhot to Gucheng, via Inner Mongolia) with a camel caravan, demand ... account of caravan life in northern China in the 1920s gives a good idea of what camel transport is like ...
Geography Of China - Physical Geography - Topography - Eastern China
... The Changbai Mountains to the east divide China from the Korean peninsula ... plain, The Taihang forms the western side of the triangular North China Plain ... plain, fed by the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers, is one of the most heavily populated regions of China ...

Famous quotes containing the words china and/or eastern:

    The awakening of the people of China to the possibilities under free government is the most significant, if not the most momentous, event of our generation.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    All the morning we had heard the sea roar on the eastern shore, which was several miles distant.... It was a very inspiriting sound to walk by, filling the whole air, that of the sea dashing against the land, heard several miles inland. Instead of having a dog to growl before your door, to have an Atlantic Ocean to growl for a whole Cape!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)