Li Hung-chang
biographical name 1823-1901 Chinese statesman

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  • Li Hung-Chang — Li Hongzhang Li Hongzhang [li˨˩˦ xʊŋ˧˥ ʈʂɑŋ˥˥] (chin. 李鴻章, Lǐ Hóngzhāng, W. G. Li Hung chang, frühere dt. Schreibweise Li Hung Tschang; * 15. Februar 1823 in Qunzhi (群治村); † 7. November 1901 in Peking) war ein …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Li Hung-chang — /lee hoohng jahng / 1823 1901, Chinese statesman. Also, Pinyin, Li Hongzhang /lee hawng zhahng /. * * * ▪ Chinese statesman Introduction Pinyin  Li Hongzhang   born Feb. 15, 1823, Ho fei, Anhwei Province, China died Nov. 7, 1901       leading… …   Universalium

  • Li Hung-chang — /lee hoohng jahng / 1823 1901, Chinese statesman. Also, Pinyin, Li Hongzhang /lee hawng zhahng / …   Useful english dictionary

  • LI HUNG CHANG —    an eminent and enlightened Chinese statesman; is favourable to European culture and intercourse with Europe; was sent as a special envoy to the Czar s coronation in 1896, and afterwards visited other countries in Europe, including our own, and …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Li Hung Tschang — Li Hung Tschang, chines. Staatsmann und Feldherr, geb. 1823 in der Provinz Nganhui als Sohn eines armen Gelehrten, gest. 6. Nov. 1901 in Peking, erhielt eine gute Erziehung, bestand seine Prüfungen mit Erfolg und trat 1848 in die Akademie der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Li Hongzhang — Li Hongzhang, 1896 Li Hongzhang [li˨˩˦ xʊŋ˧˥ ʈʂɑŋ˥˥] (chinesisch 李鴻章 Lǐ Hóngzhāng, W. G. Li Hung chang, frühere dt. Schreibweise Li Hung Tschang; * 15. Februar 1823 in Qunzhi (群治村); †  …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Li Hongzhang — (5 février 1823 7 novembre 1901), qui fonda l Armée de Beiyang Li Hongzhang (李鴻章 ; également anciennement orthographié Li Hung Chang), Marquis Suyi de première classe (15 février 1823 – 7 novembre 1901) est un général… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • hung — /hung/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of hang. 2. hung over, Informal. suffering the effects of a hangover: On New Year s Day the houseguests were all hung over. Also, hungover. 3. hung up, Informal. a. detained unavoidably. b. stymied or baffled …   Universalium

  • Chang — [chäŋ] largest river and chief commercial highway of China, flowing from Tibet into the East China Sea near Shanghai: 3,964 mi (6,379 km): former transliteration YANGTZE * * * (as used in expressions) Lan Chang Li Hung chang Chang Jiang Chang Tao …   Universalium

  • Li — Símbolo químico del litio. * * * Este artículo es sobre el río Li. Para otros usos ver Li (desambiguación) El río Li es un río de la provincia de Guangxi en la República Popular China. Tiene su orígen en la montañas Mao er y fluye a través de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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