A report on Shaanxi

Shaanxi People's Government
Shaanxi cuisine
Terracotta Army
Education Department of Shaanxi Province
Shaanxi Science and Technology Museum
Temple of the Chenghuangshen (City God) of Weinan.
Guangren Temple of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition in Xi'an.
Road to the stupa of the Famen Temple (Chinese Buddhist).
Temple of Xuanyuan in Huangling, Yan'an.

Landlocked province of the People's Republic of China.

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Remnants of the pagoda

Daqin Pagoda

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Remnants of the pagoda

The Daqin Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda in Zhouzhi County of Xi'an (formerly Chang'an), Shaanxi Province, China, located about two kilometres to the west of Louguantai temple.

Shaanxi cuisine

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Shaanxi cuisine, or Qin cuisine, is derived from the native cooking styles of Shaanxi Province and parts of northwestern China.

Biangbiang noodles

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American singer and TV personality in China Slater Rhea writes and explains a biáng character on Xi'an TV.
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Animated GIF showing the stroke order of the Traditional character for biáng according to the mnemonic, not according to the principles of stroke order.
A Xi'an biangbiang noodle restaurant. The Traditional character for biáng is combined with the Simplified character for miàn.
Biángbiáng miàn in Traditional characters. With exception of the fourth and fifth strokes, the variant of biáng used is the same as the third variant on the list.
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Biangbiang noodles, alternatively known as youpo chemian (油泼扯面) in Chinese, are a type of noodle popular in the cuisine of China's Shaanxi Province.

Zhou Tong stroking his beard

Zhou Tong (archer)

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The archery teacher and second military arts tutor of famous Song dynasty general Yue Fei.

The archery teacher and second military arts tutor of famous Song dynasty general Yue Fei.

Zhou Tong stroking his beard
Yue making obediences to Zhou on his death bed
Zhou adopts Yue
Illustration of an elderly Zhou from Iron Arm, Golden Sabre
An 1886 block print by Yoshitoshi, depicting Lin Chong outside the Temple of the Mountain Spirit, after he has killed Lu Qian and all his other captors
Zhou's sworn brother, the "Flowery Monk" Lu Zhishen
The "Four Generals of Zhongxing" and their four attendants, painted by Liu Songnian during the Southern Song dynasty. Yue Fei is the second person from the left. It is believed to be the "truest portrait of Yue in all extant materials".

Not only was he now from Shaanxi, but he was Yue's adopted father, a learned scholar with knowledge of the eighteen weapons of war, and his personal name was spelled with a different, yet related, Chinese character.

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Qinqiang

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Map showing location of Shaanxi province in China

Qinqiang (秦腔, pinyin: Qín qiāng, literally "Qin's tune" ) is a genre of folk Chinese opera originated in Shaanxi Province of Qing China in 1807 and soon took over other genres to be the representative genre of the province.

St Francis's Cathedral, Xi'an

Catholic Church in Shaanxi

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St Francis's Cathedral, Xi'an
A church in Xi'an

Roman Catholicism is a minority religious denomination in Shaanxi, a province of China.

An ink rubbing of one of the calligraphy stela at the Beilin Museum in Xi'an, called the "God of Literature Pointing the Dipper." It depicts the figure, made up of the characters describing the four Confucian virtues, "pointing the dipper" (an expression for coming first in the imperial civil service examinations).

Stele Forest

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Museum for steles and stone sculptures in Beilin District in Xi'an, Northwest China.

Museum for steles and stone sculptures in Beilin District in Xi'an, Northwest China.

An ink rubbing of one of the calligraphy stela at the Beilin Museum in Xi'an, called the "God of Literature Pointing the Dipper." It depicts the figure, made up of the characters describing the four Confucian virtues, "pointing the dipper" (an expression for coming first in the imperial civil service examinations).
Stele Forest Museum

By 1944 it was the principal museum for Shaanxi province.

Lin County, Shanxi

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Lin County or Linxian is a county in the west of Shanxi province, China, bordering Shaanxi province to the west.

West Triangle Economic Zone

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Economic zone designated by the Chinese government comprising Chengdu, Chongqing and Xi'an.

Economic zone designated by the Chinese government comprising Chengdu, Chongqing and Xi'an.

Map of Chengdu showing infrastructures and land use, made by the CIA in 1989; about half of the city's current size.
Commercial skyscrapers and high-rise buildings around the People's Liberation Monument in downtown Chongqing.
CBD, Tangyan Road, Xi'an.

Xi'an is the largest economy of Shaanxi province, with a GDP of 324.1 billion Yuan in 2010.

Administrative divisions of the Yuan dynasty.

Administrative divisions of the Yuan dynasty

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Mongol-led imperial Chinese dynasty.

Mongol-led imperial Chinese dynasty.

Administrative divisions of the Yuan dynasty.
Mongol Empire's Ayimaq in North China

8) Shaanxi province (陝西行省) with Xi'an as its seat of government. Under this came the majority of present-day Shaanxi Province, the south-western part of Inner Mongolia, south-eastern Gansu, north-western Sichuan, and a small part of Qinghai. Founded in 1260.