American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern China on Hainan Island in the South China Sea. A seaport and industrial center, it is the capital of Hainan province. Population: 513,000.
“Zhang Mao/ChinaFotoPress via ZUMApress. com A deep hole appeared at the edge of a road after heavy rainstorms in Haikou, China.”
“More than 50,000 "kissing fish" have been put into the hot spring pool at the tourist resort of Holiday Beach in Haikou, south China’s Hainan Province.”
“Three local residents enjoy hot spring fish therapy at the Holiday Beach in Haikou, south China’s Hainan Province.”
“NELSON: All right, thank you very much, Lisa Rose Weaver reporting to us from Hainan -- I'm sorry, in Haikou, which is on Hainan Island -- Kyra.”
“Above made-in-China Buicks at an auto show in Haikou, China, in September.”
“Associated Press People braved strong winds and rain as Typhoon Nesat hit Haikou in south China's Hainan province on Thursday.”
“Associated Press People braved strong winds and rain on a street as a typhoon hit Haikou in south China's Hainan province on Thursday.”
“Associated Press Motorcyclists held on to a tree in strong winds in Haikou, China.”
“After Beijing, the tour will take a Dreamliner that Boeing used until recently for test flights to the southern Chinese cities of Guangzhou and Haikou.”
“Reuters/China Daily A man struggled against strong winds Thursday during a rainstorm brought on by Typhoon Nesat in Haikou, part of China's Hainan province.”
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