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  • A city of southwest China east-northeast of Kunming. The capital of Guizhou province, it is a major transportation and industrial center. Population: 1,340,000.

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  • n. A prefecture-level city in southwestern China; capital of Guizhou Province.

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Examples

  • The story then moves three years back in time, where we stay for the majority of the show, to watch Daniel try to win a business contract in Guiyang, China, for his Cleveland-based sign-making company.

    The Language of Inspiration

  • Xinhua/Zuma Press A housing project is being built in Huaxi District of Guiyang, Guizhou province.

    China to Speed Approval of Public-Housing Bonds

  • A Guiyang court official who provided only her surname Liu confirmed Monday's decision against Chen Xi but declined to comment further.

    China Court Sentences Dissident

  • Chen Xi , a writer and veteran dissident, was sentenced to 10 years in prison by a court in the southwestern city of Guiyang on Monday.

    China Court Sentences Dissident

  • The latest sentence comes just three weeks after another dissident, Chen Xi, was sentenced by a court in Guiyang in southwest China to 10 years in jail for inciting subversion.

    China sentences writer to 10 years prison for subversion

  • A growing pack of curious onlookers followed us from our hotel to the restaurant in Guiyang, and the entire waitstaff crowded around two­-and­-a-­half-­year-­old Anna, wanting to hold her, kiss her, and pose for pictures with her.

    Into the Great Wide Open

  • The expat­-oriented travel agent first tried to correct me, then laughed out loud when I insisted on buying air tickets to the capital of Guiyang.

    Into the Great Wide Open

  • Zuma Press The Tongmuling public rental house project in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province Just two months ago, China expert Nicholas Lardy dismissed concerns about what he labeled a "so-called property bubble" during a conference at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington.

    China Risks Being Next Property-Bubble Blow Up

  • Zuma Press Children of migrant workers from Chongqing, Guiyang and Sichuan, on their way to Shanghai to see their parents and visit the Expo, got stuffed Expo mascots as they passed through Hangzhou on July 7.

    Shanghai Expo Breaks Visitor Record

  • It begins with Daniel, an Ohio businessman Gary Wilmes, eager for his signage company to gain a foothold in Guiyang, China.

    Fern Siegel: Stage Door: Chinglish, The Man Who Came To Dinner

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