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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TaishanTaishan - Wikipedia

    Taishan may refer to: Mount Tai or Taishan ( 泰山 ), Shandong, China. Taishan District, Tai'an ( 泰山区 ), named after the Mount Tai, a district in Tai'an, Shandong, China. Taishan, Guangdong ( 台山市 ), a county-level city of Jiangmen, Guangdong, China. Greater Taishan Region ( 台山地区 ), a region in Guangdong consisting of the ...

  2. History Taishan was formally a rural township.On December 25, 2010, after Taipei County was upgraded to New Taipei City, Taishan Township was upgraded to Taishan District. Geography Area: 19.16 km 2 Population: 76,769 people (August 2022) Taishan borders Wugu, Linkou, and Xinzhuang districts of New Taipei City, as well as Guishan District of Taoyuan City.

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    The area of present-day Taicheng Subdistrict has been continuously incorporated since 1499, when the area was incorporated as Xinning City (新宁城). In 1891, the Presbyterian Church of America constructed a chapel on the main thoroughfare of Tai Xi Road, which was reconstructed in elegant red-brick in 1922 with a capacity of 300.[citation needed] In 1...

    The subdistrict covers 157.6 km²[citation needed] with a population of 175,321 as of 2008. Taicheng is bordered to its east by the town of Sijiu, by the town of Baisha to its west, the towns of Sanhe and Chonglou to its south, and the town of Shuibuto its north. With the urban center covering only some 18 km², there are 27000 mu under cultivation. ...

    Taicheng Subdistrict administers 11 residential communities and 26 administrative villages. The subdistrict's 11 residential communities are Fucheng Residential Community (富城社区), Dongyun Residential Community (东云社区), Huannan Residential Community (环南社区), Nantang Residential Community (南塘社区), Xinqiao Residential Community (新桥社区), Yuantian Residentia...

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    Excavation work began on August 26, 2008.The first concrete for the first unit was poured in October 2009.Construction of each unit was planned to take 46 months, significantly faster and cheaper than the first two EPRs in Finland and France.These plans proved elusive as start up was repeatedly delayed. In February 2017, after 88 months of construction, CGNPC announced that completion of the reactors would be delayed until the second half of 2017 and the first half of 2018. Arevawas contracte...

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    First criticality was achieved at Taishan Unit 1 on June 6, 2018.On June 29, 2018, Taishan 1 was connected to the grid.It became the first EPR to enter commercial operation on December 13, 2018. On March 2, 2021, the Chinese NNSA reported that a "level 0" incident occurred on February 21, which caused Unit 1 to SCRAMautomatically. Post-accident investigation revealed the cause of the SCRAM to be a technician accidentally shorting a circuit during an onsite investigation of a slight under-volt...

    The Taishan Nuclear Power Plant Phase I consists of two reactors: both reactors are in commercial operation. Its Phase II consists of adding two additional reactors.

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    Taishanese is a Yue Chinese language that is distinguished from Standard Cantonese but non-specialists often use "Cantonese" in a broader sense for the entire Yue subgroup of Chinese rather than specifically the language of Guangzhou. Cantonese speakers often find Taishanese difficult to understand and have an average intelligibility of only 30%. T...

    Culturally, Taishanese people are similar to other Yue Chinese peoples. Today, many Sze Yup people have become successful in many areas such as the entertainment industry, business and politics. Hong Kongers of Sze Yup ancestry include: Andy Lau, Beyond (band), Danny Chan, Kenny Kwan, Joey Yung, Ronnie Chan, John Tsang, Andrew Li and many others. T...

    Besides dominating the entertainment industry, they are quite dominant and influential[according to whom?] in Hong Kong's Business Industry, founding such companies as the Bank of East Asia (東亞銀行), Lee Kum Kee (李錦記), Hang Lung Properties, Maxim's Catering (美心), Li & Fung (利豐), Beijing Air Catering Ltd, Hysan Development (希慎興業) and many others. Lui ...

    Sze Yup or Jiangmen is considered the home of Chinese Academician town: The total of academicians is 31 people, a town with over 20 is considered extremely rare in China. Wu Lien-teh – First Han Chinese and Malaysian Chinese to be nominated for a Nobel prize in physiology or Medicine, Chu Ching-wu – Selected as the Best Researcher in the U.S. by U....

    Because the history of going abroad is long and there are many people sojourning widely in various districts, Taishan is called the "No.1 Homeland of Overseas Chinese". The Taishanese diaspora is distributed in 91 countries and regions of the five continents including US, Canada, Hong Kong, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Malaysia and Singapore. Taishanese...

    Lai Man-Wai (Xinhui, Guangdong) – Father of Hong Kong cinema
    Feng Ru (Enping, Guangdong) – Father of Chinese Aviation
    Hu Die (Heshan, Guangdong) – Empress of Chinese Cinema
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TaishaneseTaishanese - Wikipedia

    Taishanese (simplified Chinese: 台山话; traditional Chinese: 臺山話; pinyin: Táishān huà; Jyutping: toi4 saan1 waa2), alternatively romanized in Cantonese as Toishanese or Toisanese, in local dialect as Hoisanese or Hoisan-wa, is a variety of Yue Chinese native to Taishan, Guangdong. Although it is related to Cantonese, Taishanese has ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mount_TaiMount Tai - Wikipedia

    Mount Tai (Chinese: 泰山; pinyin: Tài Shān) is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Tai'an.It is the highest point in Shandong province, China. The tallest peak is the Jade Emperor Peak (simplified Chinese: 玉 皇 顶; traditional Chinese: 玉 皇 頂; pinyin: Yùhuáng Dǐng), which is commonly reported as being 1,545 meters (5,069 ft) tall.

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