Changzhou [jäŋ′jō′]
city in Jiangsu province, E China, on the Grand Canal: pop. 502,000

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  • Changzhou International School — is a key provincial school in the Xinbei district of Changzhou, Jiangsu, People s Republic of China. It has under 1,000 enrolled students from both China and abroad. Contents …   Wikipedia

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