/ˈdʒjæŋ ˈdʒɪŋ ˈɡwəʊ/
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[jyahng-ling] /ˈdʒyɑŋˈlɪŋ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a city in S Hubei province, in central China, on the Chang Jiang.
- Jiang Qing
[Chinese jyahng ching] /Chinese ˈdʒyɑŋ ˈtʃɪŋ/ noun 1. 1914–91, wife of Mao Zedong: leader of the Gang of Four, arrested 1976, convicted and jailed 1981. /ˈdʒjæŋ ˈtʃɪŋ/ noun 1. 1913–91, Chinese Communist actress and politician; widow of Mao Tse-tung. She was a leading member of the Gang of Four
[jyahng-sy] /ˈdʒyɑŋˈsü/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a maritime province in E China. 40,927 sq. mi. (106,001 sq. km). Capital: Nanjing. /ˈdʒjæŋˈsuː/ noun 1. a province of E China, on the Yellow Sea: consists mostly of the marshy delta of the Yangtze River, with some of China’s largest cities and most densely populated areas. Capital: Nanjing. Pop: […]
[jyahng-shee] /ˈdʒyɑŋˈʃi/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a province in SE China. 63,629 sq. mi. (164,799 sq. km). Capital: Nanchang. /ˈdʒjæŋˈʃiː/ noun 1. a province of SE central China, in the basins of the Kan River and Poyang Lake: mineral resources include coal and tungsten. Capital: Nanchang. Pop: 42 220 000 (2003 est). Area: 164 800 sq […]