American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern China on the Xiang Jiang west-southwest of Shanghai. It was founded in the early third century B.C. and was long noted as a literary center. Changsha is the capital of Hunan province. Population: 1,480,000.
“The venture — the sport-utility-vehicle maker GAC Changfeng Motor Co., which is based in Changsha, the capital of southern Hunan province — is 29%-owned by Guangzhou Auto and 14.59% by Mitsubishi.”
“With an official plaque to prove it, The West Lake Restaurant in Changsha, China, holds the title of the world's largest restaurant.”
“In China, Changsha is famous as the capital of Hunan province and one of the places where the young Mao Zedong lived and worked.”
“She is going to be teaching in Changsha with a private company for a year.”
“That’s not bad by Chinese factory standards — especially considering that Changsha is a low-cost area, and Broad workers get their food and housing free.”
“The Communists had a base in Southern China, a place called Changsha, and the Nationalists closed in and had -- were -- were on the point of wiping them out.”
“Firms like Sany Heavy Industry and Changsha Zoomlion have made massive investments in increasing production capacity.”
“Officials in Changsha, the capital of central Hunan province, confirmed on Monday that 286 people had sought medical help over the weekend after eating in Wu Feng, a village 25 miles southwest of Changsha.”
“Changsha authorities could not confirm the report, saying that they were opening an investigation.”
“Chongqing and Changsha have already expressed an interest.”
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