xiang

(from the article `China`) ...much reduced number of counties was directly subordinated to prefectures. He also rationalized the chaotic rural administrative units into a ...
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Xiang

[place] Xiang was a place in Guangxi province where there was an idol to Gan. Feeling that Gan was an embodiment of immorality and other evils, Hong Xiuquan, Lu Liu and Feng Yunshan destroyed the idol and desecrated the temple to Gan in the 1840s. Xiang later became one of the early bases of the Taiping. ==Sources== Spence, Jonathan. God`s ...
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Xiang

a statue.
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Xiang

a statue.
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Xiang

Xiang (shyäng) or Siang (shyäng, syäng) , river, 715 mi (1,151 km) long, rising in NE Guangxi prov. and flowing N through Hunan prov. to Dongting Lake, SE China. The river is navigable to large vessels for most of its course; Changsha is the largest city and major port. The upper Xian...
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