Anshan is the third-largest prefecture-level city in Liaoning Province, China. Situated in the central area of the province, Anshan is about 92 kilometers south of Shenyang, the provincial capital. Anshan is on the boundary between the mountains of eastern Liaoning and the plains of the west. Anshan is on the boundary between the mountains of eastern Liaoning and the plains of the west. The prefecture has a population of 3,584,000 people and covers an area of about 9,252 km2 (3,572 sq. mi). The distance from the east to the west of the prefecture is 133 km (83 mi).
Historical, Cultural facts & Religion
Anshan, also spelled Anzan, city and territory of ancient Elam, north of modern Shīrāz, southwestern Iran. The city’s ruins, covering 350 acres, have yielded major archaeological finds, including examples of early Elamite writing. Anshan came to prominence about 2350 bc as an enemy of the Mesopotamian dynasty of Akkad. Anshan is the third-largest prefecture-level city in Liaoning Province, China. It is one of few locations where both religions are found sharing the same site. Cars are not allowed within the park.
Brief City History
Anshan, Wade-Giles romanization An-shan, city, central Liaoning sheng (province), China. It lies about 50 miles (80 km) southwest of Shenyang (Mukden). Originally a post station on the road from northern China to Liaoyang in the Northeast, Anshan was made a town in 1379 and fortified as part of the defenses set up by the Ming dynasty (1368–1644) against the rising power of the Manchus. Under the Qing (Manchu) dynasty (1644–1911/12), however, its walls fell into decay, and during the Boxer Rebellion (an anti-foreign uprising in 1900) the town was destroyed by fire. Further destruction followed during the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05), which reduced it to little more than an impoverished village. Modern Anshan grew up some 6 miles (10 km) north of the old town and was entirely industrial in its origins. In 1909 extensive iron-ore deposits were found in the area, and further iron deposits have been discovered in a belt around Anshan at the towns of Dagushan, Yingtaoyuan, and Gongchangling. The South Manchurian Railway established an ironworks at Anshan in 1918, but production was low until initial difficulties, caused by the low grade of the iron ore, were overcome by new techniques. Under the Japanese occupation of Manchuria (Northeast China) after 1931, Anshan was at first a producer of pig iron for use in the Japanese steel industry, but a local steelworks was established, and production began in 1935. In 1937 Anshan was taken over by the Manchurian Heavy Industry Company, which was partly backed by the Manchukuo (Manzhouguo) government, the Japanese puppet regime in Manchuria. The industry concentrated on the production of steel for armaments, and the city expanded rapidly. In addition to the steelworks, various heavy engineering plants were built, and a shortage of coking coal ended with the development of coal mining at Fuxin and elsewhere.
After World War II Anshan suffered from looting by Soviet forces, who removed most of the advanced equipment. The plant had been heavily bombed toward the end of the war and was further damaged during civil warfare that followed the Soviet withdrawal. By 1948 the population had fallen, and steel production had virtually ceased. After 1949 the rehabilitation of heavy industry at Anshan and elsewhere became a major goal of the communist government. Under the First Five-Year Plan (1953–57) Anshan was built up again into the major iron and steel complex in China and was restocked with the latest equipment, much of it from the Soviet Union. By 1957 it was producing a wide variety of steel products (such as heavy rails, steel plates, seamless tubes, and alloy steels). Anshan also produced equipment for other major iron and steel complexes elsewhere in China. By the late 1950s it was producing more than 40 percent of the total Chinese production of iron and steel. As the chief centre for industrial development, Anshan received numbers of technicians and workers who came from other parts of the country for training. Anshan suffered from the withdrawal of Soviet aid in 1960 and the industrial cutbacks that followed, but the city recovered. By the early 1980s it was producing one-fourth of China’s steel. In the 1960s the attempt to simply increase productive capacity was replaced by efforts to make specialized products, which had previously been imported. In the late 1970s, Anshan was China’s chief centre for metallurgical research and technological innovation in the steel industry. It was also a centre of the engineering industry. Industrial products include tractors, chemicals, cement, and paper.
Language (s) Written & Spoken
Dan Anshan Miao is a Hmong-Mien language spoken in western Guizhou, western Guangxi, and southern Sichuan and Yunnan in China. In 1995 there were about 1.4 million speakers. The language is also known as Miao Chuanqiandian or(Chuanqiandian Miáo) in Chinese.
Important Types of Commerce in Anshan
The most important industrial area of China is in Manchuria with centers at Anshan (steel industry), Penki (steel industry), Fushun (coal, lubricating oil, and chemicals), Mukden or Shenyang (machinery and tools) and Dairen (mills and shipyards) – all of them near coal and iron ore deposits.
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