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美川

美川, meaning "beautiful river", may refer to:In the Mandarin Chinese reading Měichuān: read more

Nakagawa (surname)

Nakagawa (中川, 仲川, 那珂川, 那賀川) is a Japanese surname, and may refer to: read more

List of township-level divisions of Shaanxi

This is a list of township-level divisions of the province of Shaanxi,People's Republic of China. After province,prefecture, andcounty-leveldivisions, township-level divisions constitute the formal fourth-level administrative divisions of the PRC. This list is divided first into the prefecture-level then the county-level divisions. The ten prefecture-level divisions of Shaanxi are subdivided into 107 county-level divisions (28 districts, 3 county-level cities, and 76 counties). Those are in turn... read more

Kagawa (surname)

Kagawa (written: 香川, 加川 or 賀川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Fukagawa

In Japan, Fukagawa (深川) may refer to: read more

Kiyokawa

Kiyokawa (清川) in Japanese may refer to: read more

Tatekawa

Tatekawa (written: 立川 or 建川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Takigawa

Takigawa (written: 滝川 or 多岐川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Kawamata

Kawamata (written: 川又 or 川俣) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Kitagawa

Kitagawa (written: 北川 or 喜多川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Kawashima

Kawashima (written: 川島, 川嶋) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Saikawa

Saikawa (written: 犀川 or 斎川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Kogawa

Kogawa (written: 湖川 or 古川) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Putuo District

Putuo District (普陀区) is the name of two districts in the China. It may refer to: read more

Sichuanese Standard Chinese

Unlike Sichuanese (or Sichuanese Mandarin), which is a native language spoken in the Sichuan region and differs greatly from Standard Mandarin, Sichuanese Standard Mandarin (or Chuanpu) arose after the Popularize Mandarin Policy was implemented by the Chinese government in 1956 and is in fact Standard Mandarin with a Sichuanese accent and some elements of Sichuanese vocabulary and grammar. In this view, Chuanpu is, to a certain degree, similar to Taiwanese Mandarin and Singaporean Mandarin.==Usage==Chuanpu... read more

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