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- proper n. The modern Sinitic language which includes Cantonese (Canton) dialect. ISO 639-3: yue
- proper n. People who speak Yue, such as the Cantonese and Taishanese
- proper n. Any of several ancient Tai peoples of what is now Guangdong province, or their languages
- n. Yue ware, a southern Chinese style of celadon-glazed stoneware
The girl, known by the nickname Yue Yue, later died.
Zhang Yue is a short, very trim man, forty-six years old; his black hair appears undyed, and his face is youthful and smooth.
Zhang Yue is no more representative of today’s China than a fur merchant like John Jacob Astor or a press baron like William Randolph Hearst was representative of the America of his time.
Persons now, from the first to the fifteenth, make cakes like the moon, of various sizes, and paint figures upon them: these are called Yue-ping, 'mooncakes.'
Turanian people called the Yue-chi were expelled from their territory on the west of Chen-si by the Hiong-nu, whom some identified with the Huns.
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The incident involving Wang Yue - also known as Yue Yue - prompted a public outcry about morality in the country.
Take a stroll along the West River and you'll likely come across two attractions, first will be the River View Pavilion (also known as Yue Jiang Tower) and the second is one of the two oldest remaining structures in Zhaoqing, the Chongxi Pagoda.
This is less of a problem for bigger players such as Yue Yuen, which has been shifting some capacity to plants in Indonesia and Vietnam.
Bear Stearns analyst Mohan Singh, who covers Hong Kong-listed consumer-related companies such as Yue Yuen, instant-noodle maker Tingyi Holding, and toilet-paper producer Hengan International, estimates the new labor laws will raise their labor costs between 5% and 15% a year on top of a typical annual increase of 5% to 10% for wage inflation.
Featuring works by leading artists such as Yue Minjun, Zeng Fanzhi, Zhang Xiaogang, Sanyu, Zao Wou-ki and Chu Teh-chun, as well as works by Taiwanese, Korean, Japanese and South East Asian artists, the preview promises to be a major event in the Taipei arts calendar.
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