Language Services For Nanyang

Nanyang is a prefecture-level city in the southwest of Henan province, China. The city with the largest administrative area in Henan, Nanyang borders Xinyang to the southeast, Zhumadian to the east, Nanyang is a city found in Henan, China. It is located 32.99 latitude and 112.53 longitudes Where is Nanyang, China? map showing the location of Nanyang on a map. The Five Themes In Geography.

Historical, Cultural facts & Religion

Founded in 1955, Nanyang University was the first and only Chinese university established outside China and Taiwan. 23 March 1953, the Hokkien Huay Kuan donated 523 acres of land for the university. Mr. Tan himself donated S$5 million. The primary medium of Nanyang Style is Chinese ink and color, or oil on canvas. The art style reflects the universal culture of migrants, who in this case adapted to and accepted a new mix of Western, Chinese and indigenous beliefs and practices. Religious culture in Nanyang goes back to ancient times. Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Christianity and Catholicism are widespread in Nanyang.

Brief City  History

Nanyang, Wade-Giles romanization Nan-yang, city, southwestern Henan sheng (province), China. Nanyang is situated on the Bai River, which is a tributary of the Han River. It was from early times an important center, commanding a major route between Xi’an in Shaanxi province and Xiangfan in Hubei province and the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) valley, as well as two routes across the Funiu Mountains into the central plain of Henan, leading to Luoyang and Kaifeng. Another route extends south-eastward into Anhui province. In the early part of the 1st millennium BCE, Nanyang was the seat of the state of Shen. For most of the period from 600 to 220 BCE, it was on the borders of the southern state of Chu and was known as Wanyi. With the Qin conquest in 221 BCE, it became Wan county, the seat of the commandery of Nanyang. It became important under the Han dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE), both as a centre of commerce and as the seat of state iron foundries and of other state manufacturing enterprises. It was also the point at which converged the major routes leading from the Xi (Western) Han capital at Chang’an (present-day Xi’an) and the Dong (Eastern) Han capital at Luoyang leading to the Yangtze River at Jiangling and the far south. In Dong Han times (25–220 CE) its local magnates played a large part in the restoration of Han power, and its name was a byword for refinement and luxury. For a time it was designated the southern capital. Later, however, its importance declined, and it remained a county town, subordinated to Dengzhou, until the last years of the 13th century, when the Mongols established it as the superior prefecture of Nanyang. It kept this status until 1912 when it became a county town.

Nanyang’s importance subsequently declined somewhat, especially after the route of the Beijing-Hankou railway was built east of the city. However, with the establishment of the People’s Republic in 1949, it remained the political and cultural centre of southwestern Henan province and the regional hub for trading the grain, beans, sesame, tobacco, and other crops produced in the surrounding basin. Soon after, a new rail line was completed between Jiaozuo (Henan province) and Liuzhou (Guangxi autonomous region) that passed through Nanyang, which boosted the city’s economy. Since the 1980s, Nanyang has experienced considerable industrial growth, with the establishment of factories producing chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, building materials, and, more recently, machinery and electronics. In addition, expressways now connect the city to points north, south, and southeast. Nanyang’s airport provides domestic service to Beijing, Shanghai, and other major cities in China. Nanyang was long a centre of science, technology, and culture in ancient times, known also for being the birthplace or home of many notable persons in Chinese history. These include Zhang Heng (78–139 CE), scientist of the Dong Han credited with inventing the hydraulic celestial globe and the seismograph; the 3rd-century physician Zhang Zhongjing, who specialized in internal medicine; and the statesman and strategist Zhuge Liang of the Three Kingdoms (Sanguo) period (220–280). Nanyang is thus rich with historical relics and is designated by the national government as a historical and cultural city. Since early times the city has had a reputation for handicrafts, including cut and polished gemstones and jade. The surrounding region has a highly developed sericulture industry, producing raw silk, silk yarn, silk textiles, and embroidery. Pop. (2002 est.) city, 531,220; (2007 est.) urban agglom., 1,944,000.

Language (s) Written & Spoken

The official language of Nanyang is Mandarin Chinese, but most locals speak the Henan dialect, with its easily identifiable stereotypical features; this local dialect is known as Nanyang Hua, and is spoken by about 15 million people in the area.

Important Types of Commerce in Nanyang

Since the 1980s, Nanyang has experienced considerable industrial growth, with the establishment of factories producing chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, building materials, and, more recently, machinery and electronics. In addition, expressways now connect the city to points north, south, and southeast.

Language Services US and others will provide working with Nanyang

The rising Chinese economy requires impeccable interpreting and translation language services. Companies, NGOs, political organizations and international firms must seek Chinese interpreters and translators. While Mandarin Chinese is considered the star of Chinese business languages, odds are any dealings with Chinese business professionals require the use of both Cantonese and Taiwanese as well. A language services firm must be able to accommodate all three dialects or there is no guarantee your message will be accurately conveyed. A language solutions team, be they are interpreters and/or professional translators – should have a sound working knowledge of both forms (written and spoken) so they have the flexibility and knowledge to work in all major forms of Chinese.

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