A brief glimpse into the past

康奈尔大学的研究人员发现了一些分子细节,这些分子细节可以解释高血糖如何导致动脉粥样硬化……(在此页面的页面上选择语言)   
 #内分泌学 #Chinese #Asia #Shanghai #Beijing #S很真 #S很真 #America #TI恩金  
#o韩 #c和高度

康奈尔大学的研究人员发现了一些分子细节,这些分子细节可以解释高血糖如何导致动脉粥样硬化……(在此页面的页面上选择语言) #内分泌学 #Chinese #Asia #Shanghai #Beijing #S很真 #S很真 #America #TI恩金 #o韩 #c和高度



#SunYang #孫楊 #CAS Chinese GDP top 10, 1) Beijing $700 billion 2) Shanghai $600 billion 3) Hongkong $443 billion 4) Shenzheng $420 billion 5) Chongqing $400 billion 6) Guangzhou $341 billion 7) Chengdu $250 billion 8) Hangzhou $220 billion 9) Tianjing $205 billion 10) Macau $165



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What's happened in the world china Hong Kong Taiwan Biden Beijing uyghurs Canada Shanghai #JUNHO #JUNE



Meanwhile in #Beijing and #Shanghai, Harry Harrison takes us into the absolutely fabulous ethical and geopolitical dilemmas being faced in today's @SCMPNews #cartoon

Meanwhile in #Beijing and #Shanghai, Harry Harrison takes us into the absolutely fabulous ethical and geopolitical dilemmas being faced in today's @SCMPNews #cartoon



Indonesia Coffee Day dan Specialty Coffee Cupping atas kerjasama @KBRI_Beijing KJRI Guangzhou, Perwakilan BI di Beijing, ITPC Shanghai dgn GAC digelar di Guangzhou (24/03). Seiring tren minum kopi yang smkn meningkat, kopi Indonesia pun makin diterima. #inidiplomasi #coffee



Luckin Coffee to Expand Coffee Vending Business in 38 Cities This March 8th, Luckin Coffee announced via its WeChat official account that their coffee vending machines “Luckin Coffee EXPRESS” were now looking for franchisees from 38 cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, and etc.



Team, Place & City Details

Shanghai Jiading City Development F.C.

Shanghai Jiading Chengfa Boji F.C., known as Shanghai Jiading City Development or Jiading Chengfa is a Chinese association football club based in Jiading District, Shanghai. They are among the most successful amateur football clubs in the country.

Guangdong Southern Tigers

Guangdong Hongyuan Southern Tigers or Guangdong Southern Tigers, also known as Guangdong Dongguan Bank (Chinese: 广东东莞银行) for sponsorship reasons, are a Chinese professional basketball team owned by the Guangdong Winnerway (Hongyuan) Group. The team is one of the best-performing teams in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).

Guangdong Winnerway F.C.

Guangdong Winnerway Football Club is a defunct Chinese football club, established on September 15, 1992 by Guangdong Winnerway Group and Guangdong Football Association. It was one of the earliest professional football clubs in China.

Shanghai Sunfun F.C.

Shanghai Sunfun Football Club is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League Two. The team is based in Shanghai.

Shanghai women's volleyball team

Shanghai Bright Ubest Women's Volleyball Club is a Chinese professional women's volleyball team based in Shanghai that plays in the Chinese Volleyball League. The team has altogether won five league titles.

Guangdong Sunray Cave F.C.

Guangdong Sunray Cave Football Club was a Chinese professional football club based in Guangzhou, Guangdong which last played in the China League One division. The club was originally formed on February 5, 2007 and was once owned by Guangdong Sports Bureau and Sunray Cave Group.

Guangdong Evergrande Volleyball Club (Women)

Guangdong Evergrande V.C. is a Chinese professional women's volleyball club, currently based in Shenzhen, Guangdong, founded in 2009 and sponsored by Evergrande Group. They are the winners of the bronze medal at the 2013 FIVB Women's Club World Championship and won one champion title of Chinese Volleyball League.

Guangdong South China Tiger F.C.

Guangdong South China Tiger Football Club or simply Guangdong South China Tiger (simplified Chinese: 广东华南虎; traditional Chinese: 廣東華南虎) was a professional Chinese football club that last participated in China League One. The team was based in Meixian District, Meizhou, Guangdong and their home stadium was the Meixian Tsang Hin-chi Stadium.

Shanghai Greenland Shenhua F.C.

Shanghai Greenland Shenhua Football Club , is a Chinese professional football club that participates in the Chinese Super League under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The term shen hua literally translates as "the Flower of Shanghai" in English – shen is one of the alternative names of Shanghai and hua means flower in Chinese.

Shanghai SIPG F.C.

Shanghai SIPG F.C. or SIPG FC is a professional football club that participates in the Chinese Super League under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Pudong, Shanghai, and their home stadium is the Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 16,000.

Shanghai JuJu Sports F.C.

Shanghai Sh. JuJu Sports Football Club are a China League Two club.

Shanghai Shenxin F.C.

Shanghai Shenxin Football Club was a professional football club that participated in China's football league system between 2003 to 2019 under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team was based in Jinshan District, Shanghai and their home stadium was the Jinshan Football Stadium that has a seating capacity of 30,000.

Yue Chinese
Yue Chinese

Yue or Yueh is a group of similar Sinitic languages spoken in southern China, particularly the provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi, which are collectively known as Liangguang. The name Cantonese is often used for the whole group, but linguists prefer to reserve that name for the variety of Guangzhou (Canton), Wuzhou (Ngchow), Hong Kong and Macau, which is the prestige dialect.