American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of south-central China west of Chongqing. It is an oil and natural gas center. Population: 478,000.
“It is called Zigong, and is roughly 2 hours SE of Chengdu.”
“A city called Zigong was the first place to use natural gas to heat water to make steam to extract salt from the inland area.”
“In the 1990s, I was a volunteer teacher in the city of Zigong.”
“Robert Glover: We know that nine child welfare institutions we work with were affected; they are in Chengdu, Deyang, Mianyang, Chongqing, Bazhong, Neijiang, Zigong, Yibin, Abazhou.”
“I had a great time with my students, and learned a lot about Zigong and China, in the process.”
“My packages always make it to China and often, it seems, to Zigong, in about 3-4 weeks, but they take different routes, sometimes long ones, before they making it into my hands (even though my friends and family always seem to use the same (correct) address).”
“Areas such as Le Shan, Nanchong, Zigong, Jinyang, and Guangyuan saw floods of up to 3 meters high.”
“Shot on digital video, the film has an immediacy that makes the tribulations of Zigong seem all the more naturalistic.”
“From the rural Sichuan countryside to the city of Zigong, Xu Yun travels to find the father he hasn't seen in years, and the teenage boy's confrontations with locals plays as a kind of fish-out-of-water comedy," writes”
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