American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast China on the Min River delta. An ancient walled city, it was a treaty port following the Opium War (1839-1842). Fuzhou has been the capital of Fujian province since the tenth century. Population: 1,170,000.
“Above, an ICBC branch in Fuzhou city, in sout heast China's Fujian province.”
“Fuzhou is the capital of Fujian (seat of its provincial executive, legislature, judiciary, party and public security).”
“Fan Yanqiong (范燕琼), You Jingyou (游精佑) en Wu Huaying (吴华英), die al sinds hun arrestatie [en] afgelopen zomer in Fuzhou invoorarrest [...] 19 March 2010, 21: 44 pm”
“Well, in Fuzhou, China, lettuce is carried by dogs.”
“Feeling restless with our two boys grown and gone from home, I obtained a teaching position at Fujian Teachers University in Fuzhou, The Peoples Republic of China.”
“The Ghost and approximately twenty to thirty illegal Chinese immigrants are on board a ship called the Fuzhou Dragon, out of Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China.”
“The Ningpo, 138 feet in length and 31 in beam, was a medium-sized 300 ton three-masted Fujian style ocean-going ship, very similar to what’s called the Fuzhou pole junk design.”
“AFP/Getty Images Chinese fishing boat captain Zhan Qixiong, who was arrested after his trawler collided with two Japanese coast guard vessels in the East China Sea, arrived at the Fuzhou airport in Fujian province Saturday.”
“Zhan arrives back in China at the Fuzhou airport in Fujian province.”
“Japanese authorities released the captain, Zhan Qixiong, early Saturday and he was flown home by chartered plane to Fuzhou in China's southeastern Fujian province.”
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