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  1. › wiki › Baisha_PortBaisha Port - Wikipedia

    Standard Mandarin. Hanyu Pinyin. Báishā Guānguāng Gǎng. Wade–Giles. Pai-sha Kuan-kuang Kang. The Baisha Port is a port in Liuqiu Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. It is the main port for people to get in and out from Liuqiu Island .

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    Lienchiang County, Taiwan (R.O.C.) uses the traditional Chinese characters name (連江縣) and the romanized name Lienchiang which is derived from the Wade-Giles romanization (Lien²-chiang¹) of the Mandarin pronunciation for those Chinese characters that also refer to Lianjiang County, Fuzhou, Fujian in mainland China. Lienchiang has also been written a...

    Yuan Dynasty

    Chinese from Fujian and Zhejiang started migrating to the islands during the Yuan Dynasty. Most of the people on Matsu came from Houguan (侯官) (today Changle, Fujian). The popular net fishing industry had established the base for development of Fuao settlement and industrial development of the region over several hundred years.

    Ming Dynasty

    Some crewmen of Zheng Hetemporarily stayed on the islands.

    Qing Dynasty

    During the early Qing Dynasty, pirates gathered here and the residents left temporarily. In contrast with Taiwan and Penghu, the Matsu Islands were not ceded to the Japanese Empire via the Treaty of Shimonoseki in 1895. Due to its strategic location along the only route for the spice traffic, the British established the Dongyong Lighthouse in Dongyin Islandin 1912 to facilitate ships navigation.

    The Matsu Islands comprise 19 islands and islets, which include five major islands, which are Nangan, Dongju and Xiju (both in Juguang Township), Beigan and Dongyin. Minor islands include Liang Island, Gaodeng Island, Daqiu Island and Xiaoqiu, which are part of Beigan Township. The shortest distance between Huangqi, Lianjiang Countyand the Matsu Is...

    Matsu Islands are administered as Lienchiang County under the Fujian Provincial Government. Nangan Township is the county seat which houses the Lienchiang County Government and Lienchiang County Council. The county is headed by a magistrate, elected every four years in the ROC local elections. The incumbent magistrate is Liu Cheng-ying of Kuomintan...


    The majority of native Matsu Islands residents originated from Northern Fujian. Several of the islands of Matsu are not inhabited permanently. Some of these are garrisoned by soldiers from the Republic of China Armed Forces stationed in the county since the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949 and during the First and Second Taiwan Strait Crisisin 1954 and 1958 respectively. Due to that high military demand large numbers of military personnel stationed on the islands produced unprecedented po...


    The native language spoken by Matsu residents is Matsu dialect, a subdialect of Fuzhou dialect, which is one of the statutory languages for public transport announcements in the Matsu Islands. Mandarin Chineseis one of the official languages of Lienchiang County.


    Chen (陳) is the most common surname, then Lin (林), Wang (王), Tsao (曹) and Liu(劉).

    Due to its geographically remote location, the manufacturing business of Matsu has never been fully developed. Among them, the wine making industry of Matsu Distilleryis the most distinguished feature. Tourism has become a highly important feature of the economy. However, most of its commercial trading focuses on retail businesses and restaurants f...

    Power generation

    On 1 July 1975, the Matsu Power Company was founded to operate all of the power plants in the county. On 1 July 1986, the company was incorporated into Taiwan Power Company. The county is powered up by its fuel-fired (diesel) Zhushan Power Plant located in Cingshuei Village of Nangan Township with a capacity of 15.4 MW commissioned on 22 March 2010. The other power plants are Beigan Power Plant in Beigan Township, Dongyin Power Plant in Dongyin Township and Dongju Power Plant in Dongju Island...


    Generally, the environment of Matsu Islands is still well-preserved. The major source of pollution is from family and military household waste. There are, however, concerns that the continued lack of modern sewage facilities results in household waste seeping into groundwater.

    Tourism has become a critical sector in the local economy. Lienchiang County Government is making an effort to attract more visitors to the Matsu Islands, especially among foreigners. Dongyin Visitor Centeris the main visitor center of the township. Nangan is the capital of Matsu and it is noted for its granite tunnel and the Iron Fort. It has two ...


    Both Nangan and Beigan have airports which are the Matsu Nangan Airport and Matsu Beigan Airport respectively. Dongyin and Juguang (in Xiju Island) house heliports which only operate during winter time and priority is given to local residents to travel to Nangan.


    Due to the main airport being located in Nangan, boats are the main form of transportation between the islands in the county. There are two ferry rides to Mainland China. One arrives at Mawei District of Fuzhou and departs from Fuao Harbor at Nangan Township in which the journey normally takes 90 minutes while in Nangan. Another arrives at Huangqi (黄岐镇) of Lianjiang and departs from Beigan Township in which the journey takes only 20 minutes. Dongyin Township houses the Zhongzhu Harbor.


    Due to their size, travelling by motorized scooter is an ideal way to get around the main islands such as Nangan and Beigan, despite the steep hills. Both Islands have regular buses and taxis are also economical. In October 2019, Mainland China announced 'initial plans' to build a bridge linking Fuzhou to the Matsu Islands. Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) said that the plans were made unilaterally by China as part of its schemes to absorb Taiwan and divide Taiwanese society and that t...

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    The township is spread over 20 islands, including: 1. Baisha Main Island (白沙島; Pe̍h-sua-tó) 2. Jibei Island(吉貝嶼; Kiat-puè-sū), former known as Jiabei Island (嘉貝嶼; Ka-puà-sū) 3. Bird Island (鳥嶼; Tsiáu-sū), the most densely populated island of Penghu, with 1,226 residents sharing an area of 0.4 km2(0.2 sq mi) 4. Chungtun (Zhongtun) Island (中屯嶼; Tiong...

    The township comprises 15 villages: 1. Chengcian/Chengqian (城前村) 2. Chihkan/Chikan (赤崁村) 3. Dacang (大倉村) 4. Gangzih/Gangzi (港子村) 5. Houliao (後寮村) 6. Jiangmei (講美村) 7. Jibei (吉貝村) on Jibei Island 8. Niaoyu (鳥嶼村) on Niau Island / Bird Island 9. Citou/Qitou (岐頭村) 10. Tongliang (通梁村) 11. Watong (瓦硐村) 12. Siaochih/Xiaochi (小赤村) 13. Yuanbei (員貝村) on Yuan...

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    The word Bālā Hissār (بالا حصار) is from Dari Persian, meaning "elevated or high fort." According to historian Hussain Khan, this name was given by the Afghan Emperor Timur Shah Durrani. In 1834, the Sikhs named the fort as Samīr Gaṛh or Sameer Garh. Samīr was another name for Mount Kailash, a high peak in Tibet considered sacred in Hinduism, Buddh...

    The fort stands on a high mound in the northwestern corner of Peshawar City. Not long ago, the fort used to be conspicuously away from the old city of Peshawar, but now the construction of new buildings has covered space between the old city and the fort. However, the fort's position on a high mound gives a commanding and panoramic view of Peshawar...

    According to historian Ahmad Hasan Dani, a Chinese Buddhist monk and traveller Xuanzang, when visiting Peshawar in 630 AD, found a "royal residence" and called it with Chinese word Kung Shing, which is used for its significance and is explained as fortified or walled portion of the town in which the royal palace stood. Hiuen Tsang then makes a sepa...

    The provincial government has expressed desire the control of the fort from the Frontier Corps in order to open it to tourists. The fort has been opened for tourists (Saturday for families only and Sundays will be opened for everyone, with or without family) with out any cost but, tourists are requested to bring their CNIC along with them, while in...

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    In 1976, NASA selected Northrup Strip as the site for shuttle pilot training. A second runway was added crossing the original north-south landing strip, and in 1979 both lakebed runways were lengthened to 35,000 ft (10,668 m), which includes 15,000 ft (4,572 m) usable runway with 10,000 ft (3048 m) extensions on either end, to allow White Sands Spa...

    The McDonnell Douglas DC-Xof the USAF Single Stage Rocket Technology (SSRT) program was launched 1993-96 at the harbor.

    HAER No. NM-27, "White Sands Space Harbor", 38 data pages
    HAER No. NM-28, "White Sands Space Harbor, Area 1", 11 photos, 20 data pages, 3 photo caption pages
    HAER No. NM-28-A, "White Sands Space Harbor Area 1, Runway 17/35", 10 photos, 30 data pages, 3 photo caption pages
  2. › wiki › WaikikiWaikiki - Wikipedia

    From October 29 through November 4, 2000, the first FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships were held in the waters off Waikiki Beach. A partial restoration was completed in the spring of 2012. The project imported sand from nearby shoals and widened the 1,700-foot-long (520 m) beach by about 37 feet (11 m) between the Royal Hawaiian Hotel concrete groin and the Kūhiō Beach crib wall.

  3. Baitun Nur is located in the Castleridge community of Calgary. The mosque complex is 4,500 m 2 (48,000 sq ft) in size. A 97-foot-tall (30 m) steel-capped minaret tower and large steel dome are its most prominent external features. Around the exterior of the building are written 99 Arabic words, each an attribute of Allah 's character as stated ...

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