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Yanping District Also, it is the last stronghold of Fuzhou, the largest city in Fujian, and usually carefully guarded. Because the soldiers came from north China, the city's dialect was more similar to that of Henan Province.
Yanping District The city was named Nanping City at 1956, and after the prefecture was named Nanping in 1995, it changed to its current name.
Wang Yanping Wang became involved in sport in 2005. Her first major international games was the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships in Christchurch. She entered the 100m, 200m and 400m sprints, her best result being fourth place in the 400 m race. A year later she competed at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London where she won bronze in the 100m T46 sprint. As well as her Paralympic success, Wang has won medals at the 2015 World Championships in Doha, with a bronze in the 100m T47, and a dominant display in the 2014 Asian Para Games where she took gold in all three events entered: 100m, 200m and long jump.
Yanping District The city was built as a house at 196 BC. Before that it was a village governed by Houguan County (Fuzhou). Because it is the start point of Min River, it acts as a trading transferring center between North Fujian, Jiangxi and Fuzhou.
Wang Yanping Wang Yanping (born 22 November 1993) is a Paralympic athlete from China who competes in throwing events for F37 classification athletes.
Wang Yanping Wang was born in Baoshan, China in 1993. An accident at the age of three resulted in her right hand being amputated.
Yanping District Yanping District () is one of the two districts of Nanping, Fujian province, People's Republic of China. The prefecture government is located in the district.
Yanping District The name of the district literally means "Prolong Peace", and it is still commonly referred to as Nanping, which was its name before 1995. Nowadays, people still use both "Yanping" and "Nanping" in mailing address, and Nanping is even more common.
Yanping Township Yanping Township () is a mountain indigenous township in Taitung County, Taiwan. The main population is the Bunun people of the Taiwanese aborigines.
Yanping Township The township comprises five villages: Hongye, Luanshan, Taoyuan, Wuling and Yongkang.